Michaela Glöckler, President, ELIANT
Dr. Michaela Glöckler, born 1946 in Stuttgart. 1965-1971 Academic Studies in the fields of history, philosophy, catholic theology, German Literature in Freiburg and Heidelberg Universities/ Germany. 1972-1978 Academic Medical Studies in Tuebingen and Marburg Universities/ Germany. 1979-1988 Specialty Training in Paediatrics and Publication of «Guide to Child's Health» together with Wolfgang Goebel, director of Department of Pediatrics, Community Hospital Herdecke/ Germany. Medical practice and Adviser at Rudolf Steiner Schools, world-wide lecturing and seminar activities regarding to primary prevention, medical and pedagogical topics, lifestyle, healthy aging, self-management. Various publications.
1988-2016 Head of the Medical Section, Goetheanum/ School of Spiritual Science, Dornach/ Switzerland. International coordination of the Anthroposophic Medical Movement. Emphasis on research, training, public health and empowerment of the civil society. Co-founder of the Alliance ELIANT.
Martine Reicherts, Director-General for Education and Culture, European Commission (http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/)
Martine Reicherts began her career as a lawyer in Luxembourg. In 1984, she joined the European institutions. Between 1995 and 1998, she was deputy head of European Commission President Jacques Santer's cabinet before becoming E. C.'s spokesperson until 1999.
In 2000, she joined the General Directorate of Administration and Personnel as head of unit and became director of "Administration and personnel management" (Luxembourg & Ispra) until December 2002.
From 2003 to 2007, Martine Reicherts was in charge of the Commission's Office of Infrastructures and Logistics in Luxembourg after which she was appointed Director-General of the Office of Publications until 2015.
In September 2015, Martine Reicherts became Director-General of the department of education, youth, sport and culture of the European Commission.
Thomas Fuchs, Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil., University Clinic Heidelberg
Thomas Fuchs, MD, PhD, Karl Jaspers Professor of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Head of the Section „Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychotherapy“ at the Psychiatric Department, University of Heidelberg. Fellow at the Marsilius-Kolleg (Center for Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies) at Heidelberg University.
Major Research Areas
• Phenomenological psychopathology, psychology and psychotherapy
• Phenomenology and cognitive neuroscience
• Theory and ethics of medicine and psychiatry
Powerpoint by Prof. Thomas Fuchs