Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Informatik

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät | Institut für Informatik | Institutstermine | Kolloquiumsvortrag: "The Medical Informatics Group at BIH – Research Areas and Projects"

Kolloquiumsvortrag: "The Medical Informatics Group at BIH – Research Areas and Projects"

Prof. Dr. Fabian Prasser (Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, BIH, Lehrstuhl Medizininformatik)

Der Vortrag findet im ESZ in Raum 0'101 statt und wird auch per Zoom übertragen.
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Abstract:

The Medical Informatics Group at the Berlin Institute of Health @ Charité works on innovative methods for improving translational information flows in patient care and medical research ("from bedside to bench and back"). Our goal is to use computer science tools to contribute to the realization of predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory medicine.

The research group is active in four focus areas: (1) patient participation, (2) translational information integration, (3) data exchange and data sharing, as well as (4) information security and privacy in medicine. We work in an application-oriented manner to create direct value for stakeholders in medicine, while developing new methods to better address the challenges that arise in this process.

Current national projects of the research group include Charité’s project in the BMBF-funded Medical Informatics Initiative as well as research on anonymization technologies in the DFG-funded consortium NFDI4Health and in the BMG-funded project KI-FDZ. At the European level, the group is involved in the development of data infrastructures in the consortia H2O and ORCHESTRA. Several open-source solutions have emerged from our work. These include ARX, an internationally recognized software for anonymizing health data, as well as a "pay-as-you-go" data integration platform with self-service analytics capabilities which has, for example, been rolled out at Charité.

In this talk, the various activities of the research group will be presented in further detail and possible links to the Department of Computer Science in research and teaching will be suggested.