Laboratory of Computing, Medical Informatics and Biomedical-lmaging Technologies
School of Medicine
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The laboratory was officially established in April 1990 and it has evolved into a modern laboratory with full equipment accommodating various educational and research activities.
The lab’s research activities extend to a wide range of areas:
- System for Patient Monitoring in Home (CHS Project, PANACEIA-iTV)
- Biomedical Signal Processing
- Software Agent Systems
- Data Mining
- Biomedical Image Processing
- Implemantation of Interoperability Patterns in Healthcare
- High performance computing applications and networking in biomedical research
- Large Scale Simulation of Cardiac Tissue using applied math and parallelisation
- Cardiac Arrhythmia Mechanisms and Cardiac Electrophysiology
- Development of Medical Databases for patients with chronic heart disease (CHD).
- Hospital and regional information systems
- Data security and integrity
- Electronic health record
- Decision support systems for diabetes and chronic heart disease (CHD patients)
- Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
The Laboratory of Medical Informatics of the Medical School of AUTH offers both undergraduate and graduate education to medical students. More specifically, apart from the courses in Medical Informatics and Biomedical Technology offered at undergraduate level, the laboratory developed and coordinated since 1998 two postgraduate programs a) an interdepartmental with the Department of Informatics and Electrical Engineering on Medical Informatics, and b) with the Medicine School on Medical Research Methodology.
Professor of Medical Informatics
Director of the Laboratory of Computing, Medical Informatics and Biomedical-lmaging Technologies
The Medical School