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The JRG Medical Omics with its leader Dr. Sören Lukassen aims to improve healthcare and basic research by providing artificial intelligence-driven tools for the analysis of large biomedical datasets. In close collaborations with clinicians at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the JRG develops support systems for cancer treatment as well as solutions for routine clinical tasks such as automated annotation of radiological images and implements feedback systems to utilize expert knowledge in AI training.
Well-trained professionals are a key success factor of the Medical Informatics Initiative (MII). For this reason, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research is providing supplementary funding of around 30 million euros (2020-2026) to 21 junior research groups as a substructure for newly established medical informatics professorships. The junior research groups are to support the professorships and be integrated into the work at the universities. This makes the forward-looking research field in Germany attractive for scientists.