Invisio repositions itself internally
Christine Duwe-Kraatz has left the management team, but will continue to support Invisio as an advisory partner. New employees strategically support Invisio as management assistant and study nurse in Mannheim.
After more than 25 years in clinical research and around ten years dual leadership of Invisio, Christine Duwe-Kraatz has retired from the management of the Mannheim-based study service provider. She still supports the company as a consulting partner and in this capacity is responsible for various customers and projects. “We are delighted that Christine DuweKraatz will continue to contribute her knowledge and experience. Her gradual exit from the day-to-day business enables us to design the transition optimally and avoid any bumps along
the way,” explains Invisio managing director Florian Schnabel. It is also positive that a permanent study nurse in Mannheim recently took over some of Duwe-Kraatz’s areas of responsibility – both for new and ongoing projects.
Since September 2019, Alina Varaksin has also joined the team as assistant to the management. She supports Florian Schnabel in day-to-day business and project management and is the contact person for clients and study nurses.
Alina Varaksin studied health management in Mannheim and successfully completed her bachelor’s degree in 2017. Prior to joining Invisio, she worked as a management assistant with a focus on sales support.