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Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine (IBME)

Debate Speakers

Arguing for the motion:

Fabian Ringwald
  Viktor Koelzer, MD holds the first professorship in digital pathology in Switzerland with the key strategic aim of digitalization of clinical pathology diagnostics and research at the University Hospital Zurich. He aims to improve patient care through implementation of high quality, science driven computational image analysis approaches with a focus on gastrointestinal disease and tumor immunology.
Marc Holitscher

Marc Holitscher, PhD is National Technology Officer and Member of the Country Leadership of Microsoft Switzerland. He has been with Microsoft for more than 15 years and has completed a Postdoc at the Harvard Kennedy School following his PhD in International Relations at the University of Zurich.


Arguing against the motion:

Min Li Marti


  Min Li Marti is a Member of the Swiss National Council as well as Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of the PS Newspaper in Zurich. In the National Council, she is a Member of both the Legal Affairs as well as the Security Policy Committees. She strongly supports innovative and socially responsible digitalization.
Nikola Biller


  Nikola Biller-Andorno, MD, PhD is Professor of Biomedical Ethics and Vice Dean for Innovation and Digitalization of the Medical Faculty at the University of Zurich. Her research interests focus on digitalization of health and AI, patient experiences as well as healthcare ethics, management and economics.