Located between the continental climate of Eastern Europe and the oceanic climate of Western Europe, Germany has a temperate seasonal climate moderated by waters from the Gulf Stream called the North Atlantic Drift. On average, most of Germany receives around 30 inches (790 mm) of rain each year which occurs regularly throughout the year. Summers are warm and winters are generally mild, with temperatures reaching 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26 Celsius) during the summer months and decreasing to 30 degrees Fahrenheit (-1 Celsius) during the winter. Snowfall can be heavy at times, while some winters in Germany may not see any snow.
Since leaving the BMS, Dr. Seizinger has held multiple CEO, board, chairman and executive chairman roles in pharmaceutical companies including Aprea AB, Opsona Therapeutics and several others. Close Florian Eckhardt, PhD, MBA Florian Eckhardt, PhD MBA Senior Advisor // Berlin Florian Eckhardt is the CEO of DST Diagnostische Systeme & Technologien GmbH in Schwerin, Germany and a visiting professor of IE Business School, Madrid. At IE, he lectures strategy and strategic management in the MBA and Master in Biotechnology program.