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Dr. Tobias Norajitra

Dr. Tobias Norajitra

Dr. Tobias Norajitra




+49(0) 6221/42-3550


+49(0) 6221/42-2345





Tobias Norajitra is a Senior Scientist, Postdoc and Group Lead at the Division of Medical Image Computing (MIC) at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). He holds a PhD in computer science from MIC/DKFZ and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), after earning his Master's degree in computer science from KIT.


  • Quality-controlled large scale image analyis in the German National Cohort
  • Computational analysis of subclinical comorbidities in clinical routine CT data
  • Shape and texture based quantification of COPD from MRI in the German National Cohort


  • Machine Learning
  • Disease prediction and quantification
  • Image segmentation, shape modeling and Radiomics

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