As a researcher and teacher in technical medicine, I am working with enthusiasm and inquisitiveness on the challenges at the borderline of medicine and technology. My major focus is optimizing use of refined technologies in individual patients, improving diagnostics using analytical approaches in medical signals, and bringing people together to create clinically relevant solutions.
In my PhD trajectory, I work on novel strategies for remote vital sign monitoring in hospital wards, aiming to improve recognition of clinical deterioration. For this aim, I am exploring optimal design of telemonitoring and methods for decision support.
PhD research focus:
Early recognition of clinical deterioration in hospital wards: strategies for remote vital sign monitoring and decision support.
Biomedical Signals and Systems (BSS, EEMC)
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiology (CRPH, TNW)
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As parttime teacher in the bachelor and master Technical Medicine, I am involved in diverse courses. Main educational activities include:
- Advanced Life Support (TM-M1)
- Case Medical Sensing and Stimulation (TM: MSS - M1)