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Prof. Dr. Alexander Meyer

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German Heart Center Berlin / DHZB
Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery

Augustenburger Platz 1, D-13353 Berlin
https://icm.charite.de/metas/person/person/address_detail/prof_dr_med_alexander_meyer-1/

Prof. Dr. Alexander Meyer

Research Group Lead / Charité / Fellow

2019 Young talent award BBGK eV
2018 Paper of month – BIH
2018 Paper of month – DZHK
2010 – 2011 Research year scholarship of the German National Merit Foundation
2007 – 2012 Scholarship of the German National Merit Foundation scholarship (“Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes”)
2006 Distinction of the Center of Physiology, Goethe University, Frankfurt, DE
2003 Distinction of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Aschaffenburg, DE

  • AI-supported clinical decisions support systems
  • Data science applications in healthcare
  • Deep Learning
  • Natural language processing and computer vision on real-time clinical data streams

  • EACTS
  • BBGK
  • LAEKB

Antonia Popp, Alaa Abd El Al, Marie Hoffmann, Ann Laube, Peter McGranaghan, Volkmar Falk, Anja Hennemuth, Alexander Meyer

Segment-wise Evaluation in X-ray Angiography Stenosis Detection

February 20, 2024
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-44037-4_36

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BIFOLD Update| Feb 29, 2024

x-cardiac receives digitization award

Artificial intelligence-based platform for clinical decision support and digital health in intensive care units - x-cardiac - receives digitization award 

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Machine Learning| Dec 17, 2020

PD Dr. Alexander Meyer appointed as a professor for „Clinical applications of AI and data science“ at Charité

PD Dr. Med. Alexander Meyer, BIFOLD Associated Investigator and Chief Medical Information Officer at German Heart Center Berlin, was appointed as a W2 professor for „Clinical Applications of AI and Data Science“ at Charité Berlin.
His professorship will focus on the application of AI and Data Science in cardiovascular medicine. The Berlin Institute for the Foundations of Learning and Data supports the professorship with two full-time positions for research assistants.