Antonia Wolff

Senior Project Coordinator, Translational Medicine
Research & Development

What I do at MMV:

I coordinate projects for the Translational Medicine team, by providing operational, logistical and administrative support to the project directors.

Why I work at MMV:

Considering that malaria is a disease that can be both prevented and treated, it is unacceptable that it takes a child’s life every 2 minutes. Contributing to the global effort to defeat this widespread infectious disease is therefore a major motivating factor for me.

More about me:

Before joining MMV in 2014, I worked at the British Embassy in Berne in the Trade and Investment department for three years. Prior to that, I had the opportunity to work in Tokyo in the Science & Technology department of the Swiss Embassy, and in Berlin in a pharmaceutical consulting company. I have a Master’s degree in Life Sciences and Technology from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), and spent one year at Harvard - MIT Health Sciences & Technology to complete my Master Thesis in Neuroscience.

Ask me about:

Swedish culture, world travel, yoga, cooking, and films.