|Died||6 January 1805 (aged 60)|
|Education||Doctorate in Medicine, 12 October 1781|
|Alma mater||Marburg University|
|Spouse(s)||Catharine Margarethe Schmölder|
|Fields||botanist / pharmacist / chemist|
|Institutions||Rats-Apotheke in Hanover, pharmacy of Samuel Wyttenbach in Bern, pharmacy in Kassel, assessor of Medizinalkollegs, professor of botany at the Collegium Carolinum, assessor of botany at Marburg University,|
|Author abbrev. (botany)||Moench|
Conrad Moench (sometimes written Konrad Mönch; 15 August 1744 – 6 January 1805) was a German botanist, professor of botany at Marburg University from 1786 until his death.
He wrote 'Methodus Plantas horti botanici et agri Marburgensis' in 1794, an arranged account of plants in the fields and gardens of Marburg. In 1802 he named the plant Gillenia trifoliata in a supplement to a local flora of the city of Marburg. He also named the plant genus Echinacea (1794).
The botanical genus Moenchia (family Caryophyllaceae) is named in his honor.
The standard botanical author abbreviation Moench is applied to plants he described.