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Dr. Annika Reinke

Dr. Annika Reinke

Dr. Annika Reinke


Deputy Head and Group Lead Validation of Intelligent Systems (VIS)



Dr. Annika Reinke earned her PhD degree in 2023, focusing on eliminating flaws in biomedical image analysis validation. She continues her work as a postdoctoral researcher and deputy head by addressing underrepresented societally relevant topics, particularly scientific benchmarking and validation.

Leading the "Validation of Intelligent Systems" group, Dr. Reinke aims to enhance the quality of validation pipelines for biomedical AI algorithms. She holds influential positions in various international groups, including the secretary of the MICCAI Special Interest Group on biomedical challenges and a taskforce lead in the MONAI Working Group on evaluation, reproducibility, and benchmarking.

Beyond her academic pursuits, Dr. Reinke enjoys expressing her creativity through music, showcasing her singing and violin skills, and finds pleasure in standard and latin dancing.


  • Validation of AI algorithms
  • Biomedical image analysis challenges
  • Good scientific practice


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