Eva Schernhammer

Eva Schernhammer is an alumna of the Medical University of Vienna (MD 1992), who conducted several years of clinical work at the SMZ-Süd (formerly Kaiser-Franz-Josef Hospital) in Vienna, with a focus on oncology, before she became full-time faculty at Harvard Medical School/HSPH in 2003. Since 2015, she is Professor of Epidemiology and Head of the Department of Epidemiology at the Medical University of Vienna, while maintaining active research programs at Harvard. In addition to her MD (Medical University of Vienna, 1992) and Doctor of Public Health, Epidemiology (DrPH, 2003 Harvard School of Public Health), she also holds an MPH (Harvard School of Public Health, 2000) and MSc (Psychology, University of Vienna, 2003). In 2005, Dr. Eva Schernhammer received her Habilitation in Public Health/Social Medicine from the Medical University of Vienna.

Publications

Complexity Literacy for a Sustainable Digital Transition: Cases and Arguments From Transdisciplinary Education Programs
Gerald Steiner, Ilja Steffelbauer, Manfred Laubichler, Lukas Zenk, Eva Schernhammer, Brenda M. Birmann, Martin Bertau, Guido Caniglia, Kay Mühlmann, Liliya Satalkina, Jakob Weitzer. © 2023. 20 pages.
Educational measures in line with challenges related to increasing complexity need to go beyond traditional educational means and require the integration of the basic competences...