Dr. Sabine Ludwig is an economist (MSc; German-French degree) and sinologist (Chinese Studies MA) and has studied in Paris, Shanghai, Beijing, Berlin, and Frankfurt.
She has worked at the European Commission in Brussels and Beijing, and with UNIDO in a project in the health sector. After six years in China, she started to work at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Her first assignment was as research associate within the Masters programme in International Health, she then joined the curriculum development team for the new modular medical curriculum at Charité Berlin, being in charge of integrating gender and diversity perspectives into the new programme.
Currently she works at the Robert Koch-Institute in Berlin in the team of the National Women’s Health Report. She has obtained her doctoral degree at Charité in the field of Gender medicine, Women’s Health, Gender Equality and Curriculum Development.