PD Dr. phil.
Kaspar Staub is a historian and epidemiologist, he heads the Anthropometry and Historical Epidemiology Research Group at the Institute of Evolutionary Medicine. He works in a very interdisciplinary setting and with a quantitative focus, which also involves digitising historical health-related data sets of various kinds for the first time and making them accessible at all.
- Enriching health research with unstructured patient data: opportunities and challenges
- Creating an interactive geovisualisation of the spread of the Spanish Flu in Bern, 1918/1919
- Bringing together pandemic outbreak data and pandemic narratives in newspapers – a pilot study in the canton of Bern, 1918/1919