Medical Informatics

Medical Informatics

Oncology research increasingly depends on the integration of clinical data like diagnostics, therapy, and follow-up with research data. Medical informatics research groups at DKFZ build up the structures and develop methods that enable the joined analysis and evaluation of research and clinical data. 

Lablans group

Federated Information Systems

Modern oncology research happens in networks. Medicine today is becoming increasingly personalized. To get the patient numbers needed for statistical significance, collaborations spanning many establishments are necessary. We are actively engaged in developing interoperable and reusable tools for tackling the problems in this area.

Proportion of this group's activities taken up by computational research: 100%

Ückert group

Medical Informatics in Translational Oncology

The Department of Medical Informatics in Translational Oncology (MITRO) integrates data sets from clinic and research to enable Personalized Medicine and Digital Oncology. With the knowledge of models and machine learning algorithms we want to provide clinical decision support and a deeper understanding of disease.

Proportion of this group's activities taken up by computational research: 100% 

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