Dr Astrid Stuckelberger (MSc PhD PD) is an international health scientist conducting and directing researches from clinical to epidemiological studies on to science for policy-makers since 30 years.
Early on, after a BSc in biology then psychology, she got involved with the World Health Organisation (WHO) Mental Health Division where she conducted a secondary analysis of an international collaborative study on cross-cultural diagnosis with which she obtained a Master of Science at the University of Geneva. She continued her collaboration with WHO and the University Hospital of Geneva. During the 90s, she was deputy-director of both the Swiss Research Programme on Ageing to guide Switzerland policy-makers (for the Swiss National Science Foundation) and deputy-director of the first Interdisciplinary Research Center on Gerontology in Switzerland.
The HighWire | 23 January 2023
Former ethics researcher at the WHO, Astrid Stuckelburger, PhD, sheds light on how our top world health agencies have used the COVID-19 pandemic to push a dangerous globalist agenda.
The HighWire | 20 July 2021