Dr. Johanna Havemann is a trainer and consultant in Science Communication and Management as well as Developmental Cooperation. Her work experience covers NGOs, a science startup and international institutions including the UN Environment Programme.
Since 2014, Johanna is offering courses and trainings in science communication, project management and career development with a focus on digital tools for science through her label Access 2 Perspectives, thereby also strengthening Research on the African continent through Open Science. She currently coordinates communication and public relations for the Berlin based NPO r0g_agency for Open Culture and Critical Transformation gGmbH and is a board member of the social innovation NGO Global Innovation Gathering.
Leslie – PA & work-life-balance manager.
- regular training practice since 2012
- certified instructor (German Chamber of Industry and Commerce)
- PhD in Molecular Biology
Perspectives on Science Communication (blog on this website)
African Perspectives – Founder & Editor (2011 – present) | afriperspectives.com (n>100)
#defyhatenow – a peacetech approach to mitigate mass violence in South Sudan (2018) frient-peacebuilding-forum.de
Africa celebrates Girls in ICT Day (2012) elearning-africa.com/eLA_Newsportal
Özhan-Kizil G, Havemann J, Gerberding M (2009). Germ cells in the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis depend on Vasa protein for their maintenance but not for their formation. Dev Biol. 327(1):230-9.
Havemann J, Müller U, Berger J, Schwarz H, Gerberding M, Moussian B (2008). Cuticle differentiation in the embryo of the amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis. Cell Tissue Res. 332(2):359-70.
Scherfer C, Karlsson C, Loseva O, Bidla G, Goto A, Havemann J, Dushay MS, Theopold U (2004). Isolation and Characterization of Hemolymph Clotting Factors in Drosophila melanogaster by a Pullout Method. Curr Biol. 14(7):625-9.
UN Indigenous Youth Caucus Report (2011): Situation Analysis on Indigenous Youth Participation – submitted at EMRIP 2011
UNEP (2010) – UNFCCC Review: Examples of Adaptation Strategies across Africa