Dr Christian Schürch

BRCCH Collaborator
Stanford University

Christian Schürch co-initiated the cooperation between Basel and Stanford Universities to study COVID-19. Dr Schürch studied medicine and performed a PhD thesis in tumor immunology, followed by a board certification in general surgical pathology. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Nolan laboratory at Stanford investigating cancer immunology using highly multiplexed tissue imaging technologies. Dr. Schürch has 44 peer-reviewed publications and is a co-inventor on 2 patents. He has been awarded Swiss National MD-PhD Scholarship, a Hagmann Foundation Scholarship, a Cloëtta Foundation Scholarship, an SNSF Advanced Postdoc Scholarship, and an SNSF Postdoc Scholarship. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including Best PhD Thesis, Hemmi Foundation Award, Stowell-Orbison Certificate of Merit, Brupbacher Young Investigator Award, Pfizer Research Award, Lady Tata International Leukemia Award, ASH Abstract Achievement Award, and he was selected for the 2021 inaugural Arthur L. Irving Family Foundation Cancer Immunology Symposium

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