Novo Nordisk intern and competitive swimmer, Anton Ipsen, started off 2020 by beating the Danish record in 800-metre freestyle. We got the chance to talk to him about what this win means to him, his dream of competing – once again – in the Olympics and his current role as an intern in the Digital Innovation Department here at Novo Nordisk.
It is in the deepest, darkest moments of one’s life that you find the true character of a soul. The story of Susan Canning is one of courage, generosity and inspiration with an unrelenting desire to ensure that no one has to go through the devastating loss that she and her family have had to endure.
From changes in culture and colleagues, sometimes it takes getting out of one’s comfort zone to allow for the magic of the unexpected to take form. In the case of Morten Engelund, sometimes it takes moving from Denmark to Turkey, a volunteer event and a shared love of rock ‘n’ roll, to orchestrate a magical harmony between a career and a passion.
Nanja Hedal Kløverpris, Senior Project Manager in Corporate Environmental Strategy has a stance on digital health that stands contrary to the general wave of enthusiasm.
Digital health will change Novo Nordisk, Jonas is sure of it. Though, as he reflects, “change is not a new phenomenon to our more than 90-year- old leading pharmaceutical company.”
Natasha Munhóes Corrêa, Global Project Manager within Global Medical Affairs – Medical Operations has lived in three countries in the past four years, something she’s quick to say she’s super thankful for.
Anne Kaas works with multinational colleagues and stakeholders from all over the globe, yet still, no matter where she is in the world, when she steps into the Novo offices she says, “ It kind of feels like home.”
At Novo Nordisk, Beatrice Yang says she gets the global experience daily. “Looking around the office, it’s nice to see people from many different countries and cultures.”
Lene Bjerregaard, Senior Vice President Quality Coordinator is adamant that as far as technology has come, it will not replace us.
Sorela Kurbegovic says with confidence and a challenging glint in her eye that one day robots will make our jobs obsolete. “In the future, robots will take over even professional jobs—maybe even my own,” insists Sorela.
For jobs in the United States, please visit our US career site.