Dr. Meike Teschke Programme Director

Life Sciences 1: Molecular and Organismic Biology
E-mail: meike.teschke@dfg.de Telephone: +49 (228) 885-2336 Telefax: +49 (228) 885-713320

Kennedyallee 40
53175 Bonn


General Responsibilities
Ansprechperson für allgemeine Fragen zum Umgang mit Nagoya-Protokoll relevanter Forschung im Rahmen der Antragstellung
Support of DFG Statutory Bodies
Arbeitsgruppe "Post2020" der SKBV
Biodiversity Research Working Group of the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany
Permanent Senate Commission on Fundamental Issues on Biological Diversity (SKBV)
Working Group "Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF)" of the SKBV
Working Group "Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS)" of the SKBV
Working Group "Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction" of the SKBV
Working Group "Economy" of the SKBV
Working Group "Transformative Change" of the SKBV

Scientific Areas of Responsibility

Main Contact
2.12-01 Evolution and Systematics of Plants and Fungi
2.12-02 Ecology and Biodiversity of Plants and Ecosystems
2.12-03 Organismic Interactions, Chemical Ecology and Microbiomes of Plant Systems
Deputy Contact
2.12-04 Plant Physiology
2.12-05 Plant Biochemistry and Biophysics
2.12-06 Plant Cell and Developmental Biology
2.12-07 Plant Genetics and Genomics

Coordinated Programmes (scientific matters)

118 German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research - iDiv
2324 TreeDì - Tree Diversity Interactions: The role of tree-tree interactions in local neighbourhoods in Chinese subtropical forests
2530 Biota-mediated effects on Carbon cycling in Estuaries
356 Genetic diversity shaping biotic interactions of plants (PlantMicrobe)
1076 AquaDiva: Understanding the Links Between Surface and Subsurface Biogeosphere
1537 ECOSENSE – Multiscale quantification of spatio-temporal dynamics of ecosys-tem processes by smart autonomous sensor networks

Coordinated Programmes (procedural matters)

2730 Environmental changes in biodiversity hotspot ecosystems of South Ecuador: RESPonse and feedback effECTs (RESPECT)
5000 Biotic interactions, community assembly, and eco-evolutionary dynamics as drivers of long-term biodiversity–ecosystem functioning relationships
1374 Biodiversity Exploratories
1819 Rapid evolutionary adaptation: Potential and constraints
1991 Taxon-Omics: New approaches for discovering and naming biodiversity