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Sebastian Szur

Sebastian Szur is a medical copywriter and doctor. He was born in Berlin and, with the exception of some time spent abroad, has remained loyal to the city ever since. He completed his medical studies at Charité Berlin, taking part in the first “Modellstudiengang” program.

Later he worked for a health-tech company where he focused on refining diagnostic algorithms as well as communicating digital innovation.

Before joining Data4Life he also worked at a clinic for internal medicine and psychosomatics where he studied the connection of mental and physical health.

Writing has been an essential part of his entire life – both professionally and privately. In addition to working at Data4Life, Sebastian Szur writes short stories, novels, and screenplays.

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