Adrienne Hochuli Stillhard
Research Fellow and PhD Student
(Lucerne Graduate School in Ethics)
T +41 41 229 52 29 • 3.B29 • adrienne.hochuli@ unilu.ch
Born 1979 in Zurich. 1999 - 2002 Studies of human medicine at the University of Zurich (propaedeutics, 1st clinical year). 2003 - 2005 Studies of evangelical Theology at the University of Bern. 2005 - 2011 Studies in Catholic Theology at the University of Lucerne (2010: Master's thesis on the topic of pre-implantation diagnostics/ 2011: Master of Theology). 2016-2019 Studies Canonical Licentiate in Catholic Theology at the Theological University of Chur. 1999 - 2000 Course Nursing Assistant SRC, Swiss Red Cross. 1999 - 2005 Nursing Assistant, Department of Internal Medicine, University Hospital Zurich. 2004 - 2010 Clerk of the Bern City Council (Parliament and Commissions). 2010 - 2011 Pastoral Course of the Diocese of Chur. 2010 - present Pastoral Assistant at the Parish of St. Theresia/ Zurich (2010 - 2015 full-time, since 2015 part-time). 2015 - 2016 Research fellow SNF project "Documentation of clinical pastoral care in the horizon of interprofessional spiritual care. Interdisciplinary Clarifications from a Pastoral Care Theoretical and Ethical Perspective", University of Zurich/ University of Theology Chur. 2015 - 2017 Research Assistant at the Chair of Theological Ethics, University of Theology Chur. 2017 - 2019 Head of the Ecumenical Religion Unit, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Campus Brugg-Windisch. 2017 - 2019 Lecturer at the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Since 2019 research associate at the Institute for Social Ethics ISE, Faculty of Theology, University of Lucerne. From 2020 PhD student at the Lucerne Graduate School in Ethics with a bioethical research project on expanded carrier screening and the handling of genetic risk information in the context of public health.
- genetic testing, genetic risk information, public health, public health
- basic questions of theological ethics
- theological perspectives of bioethics in pluralistic society
"Too much of a good thing? Normative-ethical assessment of the implementation of expanded carrier screening in public health tasks" (working title).