Sabine Ludwig (she/her/hers) holds a professorship for public health, rehabilitation and transdisciplinary health care at the faculty for healthcare and nursing at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences in Mainz, Germany. She is the co-founder and Director of Women in Global Health – Germany and Head of the Women in Global Health European Chapters Executive Board.
Sabine holds a German-French Master‘s degree in international and development economics from the Université Paris IX Dauphine, France and J.W.-Goethe University Francfurt, Germany. She also holds a Master’s degree in Chinese Studies (Fudan University Shanghai, China; Free University Berlin). Sabine has worked at the European Commission in Brussels and Beijing, and with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in a project in the health sector during the SARS outbreak. After six years in China, she started to work at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin where she was in charge of mainstreaming sex and gender aspects into the medical curriculum. She then joined the Robert Koch-Institute, the German national public health institute, where she worked as coordinator and expert for the German National Women’s Health Report.
Sabine has obtained her doctoral degree at Charité in the field of Gender medicine, Women’s Health, Gender Equality and Curriculum Development. She speaks German, English, French and Chinese.