The board comprises of representatives of the Founding Fathers of InSciTe who meet up on quarterly basis to decide on strategic issues.
Chairman of board InSciTe
Dean of the Faculty of Health
Medicine & Life Sciences UM Vice-chairman
Executive Board MUMC+
'Chemelot InSciTe is the academic workplace where knowledge and industry meet'
Chemelot Scientific Participations
'Being responsible for business development of the Brightlands Chemelot Campus I have been a big fan of InSciTe as their good research also leads to the start and settlement of several companies at the Brightlands campuses. Possibly even more important: InSciTe has created lasting infrastructure that will serve to realize innovations for many years to come. A very smart combination of outputs which made all the support into a real investment with great return.'
Chief Technology Officer DSM
'I look forward working together with our partners Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Eindhoven University of Technology, and Maastricht University on solutions for the sustainable health of an ageing population, and for the sustainable production of chemicals and materials.'
Vice President Innovation, R&D and Sustainability at DSM Biomedical
'Healthcare economics play an increasing role in the application of innovative therapies. InSciTe brings frontier partners in the region together to accelerate innovations with improved benefits for patients and the medical industry.'
Dean of the Department of Biomedical Technology TU/e
'InSciTe, a model combination for innovation and valorisation in the biomedical and biobased materials domain'
Dean Sciences UM
'InSciTe offers an exciting environment for Maastricht University to work together with public and private partners in materials science and engineering. Centered at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus, InSciTe provides unique opportunities for the region and beyond'
Dean of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry TU/e
‘InSciTe is a great collaboration environment as it brings together companies and researchers and challenges universities to think and operate in new ways.’