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BIH Digital Medicine Lecture Series

In spring 2021, the BIH Translation Hub Digital Medicine launched a new online lecture series. The lectures will feature discussions with leading international experts and scientists in the fields of Digital Health and Data Sciences.

Lecture 3: Practical Mechanisms for Generating Anonymous Data

On 26 August 2021 Khaled El Emam (School of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Ottawa; Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute; Electronic Health Information Laboratory, CHEO Research Institute) talked about practical mechanisms for generating anonymous data. Chair: Fabian Prasser (BIH Professor for Medical Informatics at BIH and Charité, Member of the Translation Hub Steering Committee).

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Lecture 2: Ensuring Machine Learning for Healthcare Works for All

On 24 June 2021, Leo Anthony Celi (MIT Laboratory for Computational Physiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) talked about exclusions and gaps in the medical knowledge system and about structural reforms to ensure that the field is both equitable and ethical by design. Moderation: Felix Balzer (Charité, Einstein Center Digital Future, elected speaker of the Steering Committee of the Translation Hub Digital Medicine).

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Lecture 1: Health Data Platform Solutions

Moyez Dharsee, Susan Gilbert Evans and Fan Dong from Indoc Research opened the new lecture series on April 22, 2021, describing opportunities and technologies underlying modern health data platforms and discussing sustainable models for managing, developing and operating these platforms. The focus was on the Charité/BIH Virtual Research Environment.

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Tim Ellermann

Scientific Coordinator Medical and Health Data Sciences

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Phone:+49 30 450 543 040