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Anne Adlung obtained a BSc degree in electrical engineering, information technology, and business management from Kiel University in 2015 during which she spent 4 months in Cape Town, South Africa for an industrial internship. She obtained a MSc degree in biomedical engineering from KU Leuven, Belgium, in 2017. During her Master program, she spent one year at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, Canada. Miss Adlung joined the chair of Computer Assisted Clinical Medicine in January 2019 as a PhD candidate. She is part of the “Multinuclear NMR” group and is working on the establishment of 23Na MRI in the clinical routine by reducing the data acquisition with Deep Learning algorithms and simplification of the measurement. She is working in close collaborations with the department of radiology, neuroradiology, neurology, and radiation oncology.