**Mina Teicher** is an Israeli mathematician at Bar-Ilan University, specializing in algebraic geometry.

Teicher earned bachelor's, masters, and doctoral degrees from Tel Aviv University in 1974, 1976, and 1981 respectively.^{ [1] } Her dissertation, *Birational Transformation Between 4-folds*, was supervised by Ilya Piatetski-Shapiro.^{ [2] } Since 1999, she has directed the Emmy Noether Research Institute for Mathematics at Bar-Ilan University.^{ [1] } In 2001–2002 she was the inaugural Emmy Noether Visiting Professor at the University of Göttingen, where she lectured about braid groups.^{ [3] }

She has held many leadership roles in academia and science,^{ [1] } including serving from 2005 to 2007 as chief scientist at Israel's Ministry of Science and Technology,^{ [4] } and chairing the board of governors of the United States – Israel Binational Science Foundation from 2012 to 2013.^{ [5] }

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- 1 2 3 Curriculum vitae, retrieved 2017-07-17
- ↑ Mina Teicher at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- ↑ Emmy Noether Professorship, University of Göttingen, retrieved 2017-07-17
- ↑ "New chief scientist appointed: Prof. Mina Teicher is the new chief scientist of the Ministry of Science and Technology",
*Jerusalem Post*, October 10, 2005 - ↑ Prof. Mina Teicher, United States – Israel Binational Science Foundation, retrieved 2017-07-17

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