Markus Christen is research group leader at the Institute for Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine and managing director of the UZH Digital Society Initiative. He studied philosophy, physics, mathematics and biology at the University of Bern, received his doctorate in neuroinformatics from the ETH Zurich and his habilitation in bioethics from the University of Zurich. His research interests include empirical ethics, neuroethics, ICT ethics and data analysis methods. He has published more than 130 papers in various fields (ethics, complexity research and neurosciences). In addition to his academic career, he has many years of experience in project management, public relations and science journalism, working for a Swiss communications and consulting firm, various press and electronic media companies and an investment boutique. He is also co-founder of the "Biel Philosophy Days".
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