Christoph Königs has been based at the Paediatric Haemophilia Centre, University Hospital Frankfurt, Germany since 2002. He received his degree in science from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia in 1998 and his medical degree from Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany in 2002. For both his MD and PhD thesis, Christoph isolated ligands to clinically relevant structures of protein receptors and RNA. The main clinical and scientific interest of his research team is the understanding and modification of the immune response to coagulations factors. His main clinical focus is developing and improving therapies for children and adolescents with coagulation disorders with a focus on patient education and shared decision making. Christoph specialises in paediatrics and adolescent medicine and also in haemostasis. He is a member of several national and international scientific societies and committees. He co-chairs the Standing Committee Haemophilia of the Society for Thrombosis and Haemostasis (GTH), the National Registry on PUPs with Newly Diagnosed Haemophilias in Germany “GEPHARD” and the Scientific Advisory Council of PedNet. Christoph works closely with German patient organizations i.e. as a deputy chair of the medical advisory board.