At our second Lecture Series last week, Prof. Robert Preißner from the Charité in Berlin gave an interesting talk on the repositioning of drugs based on real-world evidence.
For the investigation, nearly half a million discharge letters from the Charité were evaluated and the findings were validated with results from colleagues in the USA. Prof. Preißner presented the results of this research. Also this event was attended very well.
“Artificial intelligence and digital twins in Healthcare – From advanced medical imaging to precision medicine” was the subject of our first lecture serie on June 27.
Artificial intelligence and digital twin technologies are poised to transform care delivery as we know it.
In Ph D. Tommaso Mansi’s lecture examples of applications were presented, going from improving workflows, to next generation medical image quantification and interpretation to the estimation of individualized computational models of a patient’s organ, called digital twins.
In particular, it was presented how a digital twin of a patient’s heart could be used to help disease characterization as well as plan and guide procedures, with the goal of improving outcomes.
We enjoyed the scientific excange and are looking forward to the next lectures.