You can’t do Personalised Healthcare (PHC) alone. It has regulatory aspects, medical aspects, legal aspects, access aspects… the entire company has to come together to make it work.
I graduated from Freiburg University in Germany with a degree in biotechnology and shortly after left for the U.S., where I completed my medical research training with the class of 2007 at Harvard Medical School and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as a Department of Defense scholar. I have been wanting to work for Roche since 2004, when my dad was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. I distinctly remember arguing with the team of oncologists that we should try this new drug (remember, this was 2004) but it was already too late. So finally, in 2018, my dream came true and I am super excited to work for Roche – the company that is synonymous with “innovation”.