News from CRG
After an open selection process led by an external company, supported by a specific internal panel headed up by the director of the CRG, Luis Serrano, the centre’s Board approved the appointment of Bruna Vives as new CEO. “Bruna Vives brings together management, leadership and organisation skills, and has in-depth knowledge of the organisation. All these aspects will allow her to work in the most professional way possible with a clear orientation towards the needs of the centre” explains Luis Serrano, director of the CRG.
After fourteen years heading up the management team at the Centre for Genomic Regulation, Marian Marrodán passes the baton to Bruna Vives who is facing her new position with enthusiasm, determination and new projects. Bruna Vives has built up and led the CRG’s Grants and Academic Management Department over last the eight years and has participated in numerous strategic projects at the centre. Her vision and management have made this department an example to follow and a success story, as CRG is one of the most successful Spanish centres in attracting European grants. In addition, her international work experience together with her academic training in European Affairs and Law will allow her to face the future challenges in her new role as CEO of the CRG.