Anatole Krattiger works on strategic and intellectual property aspects related to ag-biotechnology and global health at the crossroads of development, government, science, businesses, and philanthropy. He is a research professor at ASU, and teaches at the College of Law and at Cornell University, in addition to consulting worldwide.
Professor Krattiger became a farmer in Switzerland where he also studied agronomy, and he worked at CIMMYT in Mexico, is a former Executive Director of the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications and was Executive to the Humanitarian Board for Golden Rice.
Professor Krattiger is a member of the Advisory Board of the Franklin Pierce Law Center, a founding Board Member of the Black Sea Biotechnology Association, Editor-in-Chief of Innovation Strategy Today, and served as Editor-in-Chief to the recent publication titled Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation: A Handbook of Best Practices.
Assistant: Mary Turnbull
BSc, Swiss Agricultural College
M.A., University of Cambridge
Ph.D., University of Cambridge