Center for Life Ethics
Schaumburg-Lippe-Straße 7
D-53113 Bonn


+49 228 73 66100

Project CARE

M. A.
Jannike Zimmermann


Jannike Zimmermann, M. A., studied German Language and Literature Studies and Philosophy (B. A.) as well as Professional Public Decision Making (M. A.) at the University of Bremen. From 2021 to 2022 she worked as an intern in the Department for Clinical Ethics at the University Hospital Basel. Since 2022 she is a research associate in the project "Computer-Assisted Risk Evaluation in the Early Detection of Psychotic Disorders – CARE" at the Center for Life Ethics at the University of Bonn. Her research interests are the ethics of predictive medicine and the ethics of reproductive medicine.



Center for Life Ethics

Schaumburg-Lippe-Straße 7

53113 Bonn


Academic Background


Master of Arts Professional Public Decision Making, University of Bremen

Master’s Thesis: “Is Refusal Futile?” – A Multidisciplinary Evaluation of the Justifiability of the Opt-Out Law in Postmortal Organ Donation


Bachelor of Arts German Language and Literature Studies (major) and Philosophy (minor), University of Bremen

Bachelor’s Thesis: The deviation from gender-specific norms in Heinrichs von Veldeke 'Eneasroman'. The unconventional feminity of ill-favoured Sibylle and bellicose Camilla

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2022

Research Associate Center for Life Ethics, University of Bonn


Internship at the Department for Clinical Ethics, University Hospital Basel




Zimmermann J, Weidmann-Hügle T. Grenzen interkultureller Kompetenz – ein kritischer Blick. Presentation during the Symposium Excellence in Patient Care (EPC) Cultural Competence of Health Professionals. 2022 Aug.