After my graduation I did my first education as a nurse.
While working as a nurse I started studying Medicine at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf, Germany. First experience of working abroad was in Otjiwarongo, Namibia, State Hospital.
After passing the examinations at university I became a specialist in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, additional trained to be emergency specialist.
2003 I took part as an anesthetist in an operation camp in Padhar, India.
2006 moved to a small German Island, Norderney, as a general Practitioner and became a volunteer medical doctor for the DGzRS (Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Rettung Schiffbrüchiger) which is the German Lifeboat Institution.
2008 I settled in Hamburg as a specialist for Occupational Health with a good knowledge of Sea life and Offshore Affairs. Therefore, I joined Siemens in 2012 taking over the medical support for the young and expanding Offshore Business Branch.
I developed first aid and rescue plans and coordinated new developments offshore.
Consultant for Research Projects (ROW I/II in BG-Klinik, Hamburg), DGUV (Deutsche gesetzliche Unfallversicherung), professional labor associations,, GWO (Global Wind Organisation, Kopenhagen)
Board Member of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Maritime Medizin, Co-Author of S2K-Guideline Arbeitsmedizinische Eignungsuntersuchung für Arbeitnehmer auf Offshore Windenergieanlagen und anderen Offshore-Installationen
Speaker for several Conferences (Emder Workshop Offshore, ROW, Boberg, Doctors` training conferences)
Offshore experience /qualified for Offshore work with full Trainings inc. Sea Survival and HUET (Helicopter under Water escape training),