The goal was to ensure quality control of the data generated by high-performance scanners, enhance the data with additional information and carry out and optimise the data transfer in an object-oriented manner. Moreover, a central archive with digitalised pathological data is to be set up in order to analyse large historical database in the future with artificial intelligence mechanisms and enable national and international comparisons. On the one hand, the information derived from this will help pathologists in diagnostics. On the other hand, pharmaceutical research will become more target-oriented, serving as the basis for the precise development of drugs and treatment methods.
The research team led by Heimo Müller is focusing on the preparation and analysis of data arising within the context of the scientific and/or the diagnostic process, with an emphasis on the field of pathology.
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