Philipp Kerksieck, Dr. sc. nat.
- Postdoctoral Researcher
- +41 44 63 46387
In January 2018, I joined the Department of Public and Organizational Health at the EBPI in Zurich as a PhD candidate. After studies in the PhD programs of the EBPI at the Life Science Zurich Grad School (University and ETH Zurich) and the Swiss School of Public Health SSPH+, I defended my thesis in February 2021.
I am interested in proactivity (crafting), its predictors and its relation to health, well-being, and performance outcomes. My team and I are investigating this in a research project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Dutch Research Council (craft4health).
In addition, I took the chance to be part of the Digital Society Initiative - Community Work at the University of Zurich. As part of a collaboration, we conduct a global survey of the future of work.
As part of our team, I teach at UZH, Faculty of Science (MNF), Faculty of Medicine, and the ETH Zurich (Department of Management, Technology, and Economics).
With Dr. Anja Lehman we coordinate the Certificate of Advanced Studies Psychology of work and health in the digital world.
Before coming to Zurich, I studied Social Sciences (Political Science, Psychology and Sociology) at the University of Mannheim and Psychology at the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany. I was a research associate and lecturer at the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg and lectured at the University of Applied Science Freiburg and the University of Education Heidelberg.
Editorial: Lemogne, C., & Pitron, V. (2023). Shedding light on the work burden of long COVID. The Lancet Regional Health – Europe, 100678. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanepe.2023.100678
Article: Kerksieck, P., Ballouz, T., Haile, S. R., Schumacher, C., Lacy, J., Domenghino, A., Fehr, J. S., Bauer, G. F., Dressel, H., Puhan, M. A., & Menges, D. (2023). Post COVID-19 condition, work ability and occupational changes in a population-based cohort. The Lancet Regional Health – Europe. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanepe.2023.100671