Ulrike Herrmann

Ulrike Herrmann comes from a family of doctors, so studying medicine was a natural choice for her. During her second degree at the Danube Private University, she was interested in the aspect of public relations. Therefore, a journalistic traineeship was a logical step. “The communication of medical knowledge, which is essential for self-care to many, … Weiterlesen

Dr. Sarah Johnson

Dr. Sarah Johnson completed her medical degree at the University of Michigan, after which she decided to pursue her passion for health education. She then completed a certification program in health education at the University of California, Berkeley. “Combining my passion for health education with my medical background has allowed me to pursue a career … Weiterlesen

Manuela Decker

After studying Communication Sciences in Münster, Manuela Decker wrote medical specialist texts and magazine articles for an online magazine about health topics. “Since then, I have been interested in medical topics and want to present them to my readers in understandable language. Even complex connections can be explained in a way that everyone understands.”

Sonja Peters

After completing her degree in Health Communication in Erfurt, Sonja Peters was employed at a health insurance company. However, she found the attitude towards preventive measures and healthcare to be outdated. “I see better opportunities in the field of online communication to promote a healthy attitude and create awareness for the necessity of a healthy … Weiterlesen

Lisa Klein

After completing her psychology studies in Hamburg, Lisa Klein initially worked as a volunteer at a women’s shelter before deciding to pursue a journalism internship. This was followed by a degree in Social and Health Journalism at the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences. “My interests have always been in the fields of psychology and health. … Weiterlesen

Katrin Kuster

Katrin Kuster is married to a doctor. Her interest in different forms of nutrition led to her training as a nutritionist. “To correct uncritical eating habits, it is necessary to understand the consequences they can have. I want to dedicate my full attention to the topic of nutrition at Cures.net, as this is where healthcare … Weiterlesen

Stephan Kirsch

Stephan Kirsch studied psychology at the Medical University of Brandenburg in Germany. Instead of opening his own practice, he decided to work as a psychological advisor at Pro Familia. “This work has shaped me because I was able to make a real difference. Therefore, my place in this editorial team is logical. Here, I can … Weiterlesen

Lukas Beyer

Lukas Beyer studied Media Studies and Business Informatics in Regensburg after graduating from high school. A journalistic internship at a medical magazine led him to work as a freelance contributor for our editorial team. “The relevance of media has increased constantly in the field of medicine. It has become increasingly important for me to make … Weiterlesen

Corinna Benson

Corinna Benson studied Ethnology in Hamburg before moving to England for love. While in England, she pursued her interest in Ethnomedicine by studying Medical Anthropology at University College London. “Traditional medicine and modern science have always benefited from each other. Without Ethnobotany or traditional medicine, many modern medicines would never have been developed.”

Ahmed Malik

Ahmed Malik comes from a family of medical professionals. After studying medicine at the University of Baghdad, he moved to Munich, Germany. As a practicing physician, he has always been passionate about health education and patient empowerment. “I believe that medical knowledge should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their background or culture. Being a … Weiterlesen