16th April 2018
1st Conference of the Swiss Society of Health Economics

The first conference of the Swiss Society of Health Economics will take place on September 14, 2018 at the University of Lucerne under the theme “Health Economics and Health System Reforms".

27th February 2018
New Database Offers More Intelligence on Religious Affiliation in Europe

Religion and religious diversity are disputed across many European societies. A new, publicly available database produced by researchers of the University of Lucerne offers more intelligence on religious affiliation. In most European countries, the religious composition of its population is remarkably stable. However, Eastern and Western countries are drifting apart somewhat in recent times. In general, a trend of pluralisation prevails in Western Europe, whereas influential Eastern countries are becoming more homogeneous in terms of religious affiliation.

30th January 2018
The Patient’s Voice in Drug Development

In this lecture series, professionals from industries, academia and patient organizations will share their visions how the patient perspective can become an integral part of the drug development process, and how this relates to public interests, regulatory requirements, the law and international initiatives.

25th October 2017
Why the participation in the NMWHRMC was a personal success

The Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition is directed towards everyone who is interested in Human Rights Law, International Law and Humanitarian Law. After being selected to represent the University of Lucerne during this Moot Court competition, we were looking forward to the following six months, during which we worked intensively on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law issues- fields of law we are both committed and passionate about!

30th June 2017
Energy Law and Economics - 6th Law and Economics Conference in Lucerne

The 6th Law and Economics Conference was held in April 2017 at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lucerne. The participants discussed various law and economics questions arising from the worldwide persecution of the so-called "Energiewende" (energy transition). The event was organized by the University of Lucern together with the University of Notre Dame Law School.

24th January 2017
Lecture Series Spring 2017: Strengthening Health Systems through Learning Cycles

In this lecture series, distinguished scientists from different countries and health care systems present their vision of a Learning Health System and share their experiences in the implementation of the Learning Health System idea.

19th September 2016
Research Internship at the Chair of Prof. Dr. Klaus Mathis

Last summer, Andrew Meerwarth from the University of Notre Dame Law School undertook a research internship at the Chair of Prof. Dr. Klaus Mathis at the University of Lucerne. Read more about his experience in the edition No. 56 of uniluAKTUELL.