Najma Samsodien started her new role as Application Specialist at Siemens Healthineers during the global COVID19-pandemic
Get to know our colleague, Kathie Grant, she is head of R&D collaborations in the area of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at Siemens Healthineers. She leads a team of over 50 scientists spread out all over North America. She believes innovation is rarely advanced by a single person. It requires different perspectives.
Chloe Audigier’s love for math and science let her to an academic path in computer science and a career as an AI researcher at Siemens Healthineers working on a team to develop a Digital Twin of the human body. Her work on the digital twin of the heart will keep real hearts beating longer.
How can you optimally combine a new and fast-paced culture of innovation with the processes of an industrial giant? Answers come from a start-up founder who now drives innovations at Siemens Healthineers as a Key Expert, and from the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Siemens Healthineers.
Can Guo works as Senior Key Expert for Motion Control and Subsystem Architecture of Medical Components at Siemens Healthineers. In his opinion, working in R&D not only affords curiosity and an innovative mind, but also the ability to deal with failure and the tenacity to try again.
Michael Scheuering is a team builder, not only in his role as head of interventional radiology at Siemens Healthineers, but also as skipper during sailing trips with his friends.
Sue Read likes to challenge the ordinary at work and in her private life. Both have been influenced by a traumatic experience: Breast cancer. Now 18 years cancer-free, she wants to give something back by supporting others. We took a moment to talk to her.
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