Siemens Healthineers STEM women explain their inspiration

Siemens Healthineers STEM women explain their inspiration

 February 15, 2024

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Using their experience and passion, talented women at Siemens Healthineers are pioneering breakthroughs in healthcare and pushing boundaries in medical technology.

Across Siemens Healthineers, a network of scientists from different fields and diverse backgrounds work together both for their own success and for patients’ well-being. 

What inspires scientists to pursue STEM careers?

Six STEM women at Siemens Healthineers share their childhood aspirations and how they are making an impact in healthcare today. 

Finding therapeutics for lung cancer

"As a kid I wanted to be a scientist wearing a white lab coat and discovering something new. Now, I work as a research scientist to find therapeutics for lung cancer," says Feba Sam [pictured above].

Solving complex problems in medtech

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"Being born in a small county in China, I dreamed of going to a prestigious university in a big city. Now I solve complex technical problems in medtech," explains Xiao Bo Gao.

Developing innovative solutions for diagnosis

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"Curiosity and quest for knowledge drove me to become a scientist. Now I am developing innovative and sustainable solutions for diagnosis," shares Sudipa Bhattacharya.

Explaining science behind medtech devices

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"When I was a kid, I'd open up our TV and fix it. Now I use my know-how in physics to explain the science behind devices in radiation oncology," comments Alejandra Pecka.

Saving lives for current and future generations

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"My childhood summers in the countryside sparked a fascination with nature. Now, I develop sustainable CT scanners to help save lives for current and future generations," adds Doreen Kraft.

Working in cybersecurity 

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"As a child, I played games on a spare computer while visiting my mom at work. After learning how to code websites from a book given by my parents, I pursued computer science at university and now work in cybersecurity," says Terezia Mezesova.

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