EAISI Café | Medical data usage - in collaboration with e/MTIC

Thursday June 23, 2022 from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Online: MS teams

How data sharing and AI play an essential role within e/MTIC

Anyone working with or interested in Data, AI and Healthcare, is most welcome to join this online event, where we will address how data sharing and AI play an essential role within e/MTIC and share with you two research cases in which data and AI play a vital role. ► Add meeting to calendar

What if we could make it much easier to improve Healthcare by sharing research data? What if we would remove many of the roadblocks, researchers and clinicians face while exchanging Medical Data from multiple sources?

To drive value-based health care, we need to analyze massive amounts of data. Finding, accessing, and processing medical data while respecting privacy and security regulations is a complex task. It is important to enable scientists to analyze the data, and discover and develop new hypotheses about human health so that they can focus on what really matters: improving patients’ lives with a fast track to clinical innovation.





2:30 PM

Pieter Van Gorp, moderator

Program Manager Predictive Health at EAISI and Associate Professor Information Systems at IE&IS

Opening and word of welcome

2:35 PM

Carmen van Vilsteren

Managing Director of Eindhoven MedTech Innovation Center (e/MTIC) 

'How data sharing and AI play an essential role within e/MTIC' and introduction to the e/MTIC Health Data Portal

2:50 PM

Nicola Pezzotti
Senior Scientist at Philips Research and Assistant Professor at the TU/e

Trustworthy AI for Medical Image Formation

3:15 PM Jon Pluyter
Senior Usability Engineer at Philips
Advancing cancer care with human-centered Artificial Intelligence
3:40 PM Carmen van Vilsteren Recap and insights of e/MTIC as regional hub and participation in the national HealthRI project
3:55 PM Pieter Van Gorp Q&A and closing

Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute

EAISI facilitates, stimulates and shares knowledge about AI