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Astrid Stuckelberger

 



Dr Astrid Stuckelberger is a scientist, researcher and teacher for 25 years at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva and Lausanne (Switzerland). She also gives lectures and is an invited professor in academic training throughout the world.

As an international expert in different health and public health related issues, her main focus has always been about people’s health and wellbeing, about disease prevention and longevity. Some of her expert perspective cover : gender, aging, social determinants of health, disruptive innovation and health technologies, but also the spectrum on equity, ethics human rights, and regulation. In this context, she has worked with WHO on International Health Regulation (IHR) and public health emergency management between 2009 and 2013, and created a Summer School on Global Health and Human Rights at the University addressing WHO IHR and United Nations health-related policies and global management. Based on her extensive experience at the UN, she often pioneers a unique scientific perspective in her analysis. For example, she develops modelisation of preventative epigenetic medicine and anti-ageing aspects such as regenerative mechanisms and disease reversibility (4P/4R medicine).

Publications: 12 books (more in preparation), over 180 publications from scientific articles to policy papers for the UN, EU or governments.

Media coverage: popular in the media for her direct and comprehensive explanation, Astrid considers sharing and debating science with the public or her peers an ethical duty of responsible scientists.

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