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Panel Halle B2 SEMICON EUROPA > SMART MedTech > The Digital Patient: The Future of Artificial Organs & Human Avatars
11:45-12:30 Uhr | Halle B2 Inspiration Hub, Booth B2.261
Themen: SEMICON EUROPA
Siemens Healthcare GmbH
Dr. Georg Heidenreich is with Siemens Healthineers, where he holds the position of Director for Healthcare IT Standards. In that role, he serves as chairman of the German national committee to IEC 62A (Electrical Safety of Medical Devices) and of the medical cybersecurity workgroup of ZVEI. As the co-convenor of IEC/ISO JWG7
(Safety, effectiveness and security of clinical IT-networks)
he is writing a new process standard ISO 80001-5-1 on medical device cybersecurity.
Georg is member of the German Informatics association (GI), HL7 Germany and helped create the Association for Software Quality in Franconia (ASQF). He holds a diploma in Computer Science and received a doctoral degree in Engineering from Erlangen-Nuremberg university.
Andreas Lymberis is a physicist, post-graduated with a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering and sciences (1990, Paris, France). He worked for more than 20 years as researcher/engineer and R&D manager in biomedical technology and health telematics. In 1999 he joined the European Commission (Brussels, Belgium) as a scientific officer in eHealth where he initiated R&D activities on “smart wearable health systems and biomedical clothing”. Since 2004 he is senior research program officer in electronic components and systems. In 2016 he has been appointed as head of sector "Wearables and Bioelectronics". He is Senior IEEE Member and chaired the IEEE-EMBS Technical Committee on Wearable Biomedical Sensors and Systems (2004-2007). He published over 60 articles in journals, conference proceedings & books and he is editor of 2 books on wearable and mobile health systems.
Dr. Sanghee Cho is a Lead Scientist in Controls and Optimization group at GE Research. She has worked on various fields including oncology, asset performance monitoring, reliability, and quantification of financial risk with expertise in statistics, providing data analytics. She has contributed on data analysis, model development, and model validation with survival data, time series data, operational data from assets, etc. Also, she has contributed on government funded projects in single cell data from multiplexing images for the past two years on different cancer types. Sanghee received her Ph.D. in Statistics from Yale UniversityGE Research is a multi-disciplinary R&D center leading the digital transformation of industrial fields and providing innovative biomedical solutions for diverse healthcare applications, including bioelectric medicine, medical imaging, predictive medicine, monitoring and molecular diagnostics. The recent evolution of AI based modeling and image analytics has enabled the development and implementation of new approaches in medical image analysis. The data extraction of biomarkers and features, in concert with genomics and proteomics, has unlocked a new era of big data. This thought leadership will lead to the discovery of disease mechanisms, and contribute to better prognosis models, improving the prediction of therapy response and diagnostics. To realize the vision of personalized medicine, cyber security will play a critical role in delivering these trusted transactions.
Laurent Vandebrouck is Chronolife's Chief Executive Officer and was Managing Director Europe Qualcomm Life before prior to that. He has 25 years of experience in the development, launch and operation of end-to-end services for enterprises among which 8 years in digital health, remote patient monitoring and connected therapies for the Pharma, MedTech and large integrators, service providers and HCPs in Europe and in the US.