From a policy manager passionate about social inclusion to a scientist helping to improve drug development, select the story of a Roche employee talking about the passion for their job.
I want people to see Africa as a continent of opportunities.
Charles is passionate about increasing patient access to treatment in Africa. He is the project leader of the Roche Africa strategy, which aims to improve access to innovative medicines in sub-Saharan Africa.Read Charles' story
Passion and teamwork were the keys to success.
EunOck's first task as a project manager was a huge challenge: construct Roche's most advanced diagnostic system for South Korea's largest commercial laboratory – and complete it in record time.Read EunOck's story
Sustainability is part of everything we do.
Katie switched careers to become Sustainability Manager at Genentech. Her enthusiasm and ability to connect people have moved the needle in engaging employees and reducing the company’s environmental footprint.Read Katie's story
To understand biology, you need to be able to measure it.
Michael Cannarile and his colleagues discovered biomarkers that helped to identify the optimal dose for a new cancer drug. The use of these biomarkers for similar therapeutic molecules is gaining acceptance at Roche.Read Michael's story
Medical treatment is just one part of the solution.
Lee has been instrumental in creating an International Working Group with patient groups and policy makers to work towards a more holistic view of treating schizophrenia. He is also helping to build a global network for improving Alzheimer’s care.Read Lee's story
A unique chance to share my skills and a life-changing experience.
During a Roche secondment year in Uganda, Katrin touched the lives of many children at an orphanage. She adapted to the realities of local healthcare needs, made lasting contributions and gained new insights about herself.Read Katrin's story
My dream was always to have a direct impact on women’s health.
Catherine, a trained gynecologist, has always been passionate about making a difference in women’s health. She joined Roche to work on a screening tool for cervical cancer. When the early signs of cervical cancer are caught early, there is a much better chance of effectively treating or even preventing the development of the disease.Read Catherine's story