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The Mannheim Institute for Intelligent Systems in Medicine (MIISM) focuses on the holistic investigation of basic methods and applications of intelligent systems for preclinical care, diagnosis, therapy and organization in the entire process chain, starting from the metrological acquisition of data, their analysis and modelling up to their application on the patient. In particular, intelligent solutions are not limited to methods from the field of artificial intelligence. They also require optimized processes and integration concepts such as novel classes of algorithms, mathematical simulation methods and physical measurement strategies.
A special feature of MIISM are mechanisms for fast translation of the results into clinical practice. These are based on the extraordinarily proven and close bi-directional cooperation with the clinical departments of the university medicine in the processing of common scientific questions: In this way, new technologies and findings find their way into clinical trials more quickly. Conversely, the scientific solutions identified in the course of the cooperation provide new topics for the further development of technical-scientific approaches. Taking into account the social relevance, the consequences of research with regard to the extension or replacement of human decision-making functions are a building block that will be inherently anchored in MIISM. In particular, MIISM's close integration into daily clinical practice and medical research is a unique selling point.
Mannheim Institute for Intelligent Systems in Medicine
Medical Faculty Mannheim
Theodor Kutzer-Ufer 1-3
Prof. Dr. Stallkamp
Prof. Dr. Jan Stallkamp