Alexandra Molitorisova

Alexandra Molitorisova

Universität Bayreuth

Alexandra Molitorisová is a researcher and lecturer at the Chair of Food Law, University of Bayreuth since 2020. She graduated with a master degree in Law and Jurisprudence at the Charles University in Prague in 2015. She took additional courses in the Biotechnology of Medicinal Products bachelor's programme at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague (2013-2015). She practiced law first at a paralegal position (2010-2013), later as an associate (2015-2018) in international as well Czech law firms. She was a fellow at the Uppsala University (2012) and a research assistant at the Chair of Public International Law at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (2016-2020). In 2023, she was a visiting PhD student at the European University Institute in Florence. At Bayreuth’s Campus Kulmbach, she pursues research into the consideration of benefits in authorization procedures of novel technologies, considering the potential of the application of Artificial Intelligence in evidence, proof and fact-finding, with the financial support of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the Oberfrankenstigtung and the Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit. She is also involved in several projects involving the regulation of food and feed innovations. She is a receiver of two Simon Nüssel Stiftung grants for ongoing projects. She is also a founder of the Bayreuth-Kulmbach Alt Protein Project, under the auspices of the Good Food Institute.