patient experience

Ira Bornstein
Ira Bornstein
Ira and Sandy Bornstein have always lived an active lifestyle. Since Ira’s glioblastoma diagnosis, they have stayed committed to doing what they love most.
Ira Bornstein
Lynn Oxenberg
Lynn Oxenberg
Lynn Oxenberg is used to standing out in a crowd. Since her glioblastoma diagnosis, she has used her influence to help others affected by brain tumors.
Lynn Oxenberg
Nikki Woolfolk
Nikki Woolfolk
After her second son was born, Nikki Woolfolk began experiencing panic-like anxiety. Despite medical care and therapy, her symptoms persisted. Her primary care physician referred her to a neurologist, who ordered an MRI. The results showed a tumor in her brain.
Nikki Woolfolk
Greg Schmidt
Greg Schmidt
Before having surgery to remove his glioblastoma, Greg Schmidt feared that he would lose his ability to do math.
Greg Schmidt
Michael Davies
Michael Davies
Michael Davies was settling into his new position as an executive assistant at a TV production company, planning to move to his own place and establishing roots in West Hollywood when a glioblastoma diagnosis put his plans on hold.
Michael Davies

our culture

Novocure named a top workplace in New Hampshire
Novocure named a top workplace in New Hampshire
Novocure, a global oncology company with U.S. operations based in New Hampshire, has been recognized as a top employer in the Granite State for the second year in a row.
Novocure named a top workplace in New Hampshire
investing in true innovation
investing in true innovation
From the moment Lennart Perlhagen met Novocure founder Professor Yoram Palti, Lennart felt inspired by Yoram’s brilliant mind. In 2000, Yoram shared with Lennart his idea of using electric fields to treat cancer. Lennart understood the risk was very high. He knew that it would be an immense challenge to develop an entirely new cancer treatment and to bring it to patients. However, that didn’t stop him.
investing in true innovation
the foundation of trust
the foundation of trust
DeEtta Ard-McDonald, a Territory Manager in South Chicago, draws on her 30-year marriage as an example of unwavering trust that has shaped her life and led to her career at Novocure.
the foundation of trust
practicing empathy
practicing empathy
In 2012, Syed Ali was leading his college baseball team as pitcher in a matchup against one of their rivals in Florida when he tore two muscles in the rotator cuff of his shoulder. In what may have been one throw, he lost his ability to play the game he loved and what had become a large part of his identity.
practicing empathy
courage to communicate
courage to communicate
Noam Zaradez, a Device Support Specialist Regional Manager and Care Coordinator in Israel, initiated a monthly group therapy session for his team after realizing the importance of processing emotions related to working with patients who have glioblastoma.
courage to communicate
driven to make a difference
driven to make a difference
In 2008, Roman Pass moved from his home Finland to Switzerland for an opportunity to play floorball with only his sport bag and hockey sticks. He knew no one in Switzerland, nor did he speak German.
driven to make a difference
unafraid to innovate
unafraid to innovate
Katia Felix is not afraid to share her ideas. Throughout her career, she has paved a way for herself often by bringing her ideas to the table. Recently, she expressed to some members of Novocure’s management team that she felt there was a need to develop career paths for employees and to strengthen Novocure’s training program to ensure that the company is retaining the talented people it attracts.
unafraid to innovate

features

Novocure pledges $250K to Families First Health and Support Center
Novocure pledges $250K to Families First Health and Support Center
We committed the lead corporate gift to the capital campaign for a New Hampshire community health center’s new home.
Novocure pledges $250K to Families First Health and Support Center
lighting the world blue
lighting the world blue
Mesothelioma Awareness Day takes place annually in the U.S. on Sept. 26.
lighting the world blue
standing with the brain tumor community
standing with the brain tumor community
As a global oncology company focusing on improving survival in some of the most aggressive forms of cancer, Novocure proudly stands with the brain tumor community during May for Brain Tumor Awareness Month (BTAM).
standing with the brain tumor community
Ignace Vergote, Novocure Clinical Trial Investigator
Ignace Vergote, Novocure Clinical Trial Investigator
Professor Ignace Vergote has dedicated his 32-year career to investigating treatment options and striving to improve survival in gynecologic cancers. Among gynecologic cancers, ovarian cancer is the deadliest, representing the fifth most common cause of cancer death among women in the United States. Five-year survival in ovarian cancer has slowly increased from 34 percent in 1975 to 47 percent today.
Ignace Vergote, Novocure Clinical Trial Investigator

employee experience

Ori Farber, Senior Medical Manager
Ori Farber, Senior Medical Manager
Before joining Novocure in 2012, Ori Farber had recently completed his medical studies and was working in the emergency department of a hospital considering the next steps of his career. He wanted to do something completely different with his training. Instead of selecting a residency, he chose to work at Novocure.
Ori Farber, Senior Medical Manager
Matt Lozano, Senior Device Support Specialist
Matt Lozano, Senior Device Support Specialist
Prior to joining Novocure in 2012, Matt Lozano worked as a project manager in clinical trials and cancer research. In that role, he often observed the life-altering side effects cancer patients endured when receiving chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
Matt Lozano, Senior Device Support Specialist
Julia Schwarzenberger, Key Account Manager
Julia Schwarzenberger, Key Account Manager
Before joining Novocure in 2016, Julia Schwarzenberger worked for a brain tumor advocacy group in Germany for six years. In that role, she shared information about ongoing clinical trials, seeking second opinions and therapy options with brain tumor patients and their families.
Julia Schwarzenberger, Key Account Manager
Tobias Weizel, General Manager Germany
Tobias Weizel, General Manager Germany
Tobias Weizel, Novocure’s General Manager Germany, leads the company’s commercial business in Germany and said he thrives off of the entrepreneurial, startup spirit inherent in Novocure.
Tobias Weizel, General Manager Germany
Sharyn Ruperti, Clinical Trial Manager
Sharyn Ruperti, Clinical Trial Manager
Sharyn Ruperti first started working with Novocure about 10 years ago as one of six Device Support Specialists supporting patients on the company’s first pivotal trial. She’s had the opportunity to witness the company’s progress firsthand.
Sharyn Ruperti, Clinical Trial Manager
Amy Luton, DSS
Amy Luton, DSS
Our Device Support Specialists (DSSs) embody our patient-forward mission and set our business apart from other companies that market cancer therapies. Our DSSs work one-on-one with patients—educating them about the device, and providing technical support and personal contact with Novocure.
Amy Luton, DSS