I am a Consultant in Pharma & Life Sciences at PwC Zurich. My work focuses on health economics, public health policy and commercial strategy. As part of my role, I continue to engage with two themes that fascinated me most during my time in academia: how to make healthcare systems more value-led as well as patient-centric – and what role digital technology can play in getting us there.
Previously, I was a Postdoctoral Associate in Philosophy at Harvard University. My project, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and jointly hosted with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, examined the epistemic risks of social media for how we form political beliefs.
Before Boston, I taught medical ethics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed a PhD at the University of Edinburgh. My PhD thesis investigated evolutionary debunking arguments in ethics, supervised by Matthew Chrisman, Duncan Pritchard and Geoff Sayre-McCord. Prior to that, I attended the University of St. Andrews (MA Hons.) and Oxford University (B.Phil.).
You can reach me by email. A short academic CV can be found here.