Felix Gille researches health policy, governance, and public trust in data use within healthcare systems. During the next years, he leads the DSI funded research project «Data handling, security and protection: reaching conceptual equivalence for the concept of public trust in national electronic health records in Switzerland and neighbouring countries». For the project he works with Prof. von Wyl (IfIS/DSI, UZH) and Prof. Thouvenin (Faculty of Law, UZH). The project bridges the disciplines of health system and policy research, digital health, data law and data security.
Felix Gille studied European Public Health (BSc) at Maastricht University, the Netherlands, and Health Economics, Policy and Management (MMedSc) at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. He wrote his PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK on public trust in healthcare systems. He is also a Fellow of the Swiss School of Public Health and an Associate Editor for Public Health Reviews.