Chloé Sieber studied Biochemistry (BSc) at the University of Fribourg and Epidemiology (MSc) at the University of Basel. She continued her education at the ETH Zurich, where she completed a Master of Advanced Studies in Nutrition and Health. During and after this continuing education, Chloé worked as a research assistant at the National Institute for Cancer Epidemiology and Registration.
Chloé started her PhD in April 2020 under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Viktor von Wyl. As part of her main research project, Chloé conducted a study looking at physical activity using activity trackers (Fitbit and Actigraph) among individuals with multiple sclerosis ("BarKA-MS") and is focusing her analysis on the success factors of this study and the barriers to physical activity in this population group. Chloé is additionally working on various side projects, some of which stem from the Multiple Sclerosis Registry. Chloé is in addition part of the DSI Excellence Cohort 2020.