Stroke care, particularly in ischemic (thrombotic) events, is time-sensitive. Early identification and appropriate management in the initial hours after the event are associated with lower morbidity and mortality as well as a reduction in healthcare costs.
According to the European Heart Network, the annual economic costs of... Read more
Randomised controlled trials (RCT) in chronic heart failure (CHF) usually have a select patient population, where women and those with multi-morbidity are often underrepresented. Therefore, the use of big data is becoming increasingly more popular in epidemiological research to better cover the heterogeneity. Health insurance... Read more
The science prize of Responsible Research (Forschung in Verantwortung) awarded by the organization Stifterverband with the recommendation of the Leibniz Association, has recognized the research conducted by Prof. (Univ. Simon Bolivar) Dr. Maria-Esther Vidal and the members of the Scientific Data Management group at TIB.... Read more
The BigMedilytics project was widely represented at the European Big Data Value Forum 2020 that took place virtually between the 3rd and the 5th of November 2020 under the theme “Building a strong European Data and AI Ecosystem”. The project was one of the sponsors... Read more
Dr. Supriyo Chatterjea, a senior scientist at Philips Research and coordinator of BigMedilytics, participated on the 28th of October in the Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Symposium, a virtual event organized by the Life Science Alliance and the MOLIT institute of personalized medicine.
The virtual symposium brought... Read more
The German Society of Nephrology (DGfN) has awarded the German Future Award of Nephrology to the working group “Digital Nephrology” of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin represented by Dr. Wiebke Düttmann, Dr. Fabian Halleck, Prof. Dr. Klemens Budde and the projects they are working on such... Read more