Future Medicine Science Match 2020

One day. Unlimited participants. 50 top international scientists, who will present their innovative achievements and visions in translational medicine in 3-minute short talks, keynotes and debates.
Once again, Berlin’s leading newspaper Der Tagesspiegel and the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH), together with Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC), bring together the most innovative international scientists and research organizations. Physicians, health care experts, researchers, politicians, developers, engineers, innovators, representatives of industry, entrepreneurs, investors and all those interested in the topic will come together for this year’s Future Medicine Science Match 2020 to present and discuss their projects using Artificial Intelligence in Translational Medicine.


With AI against COVID-19: Winner of the science prize at the fifth Future Medicine Science Match

At the fifth Future Medicine Science Match 2020 of the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) and the Tagesspiegel, nearly 1000 participants* met online this year to learn about the best projects on artificial intelligence in translational medicine. The app@work winning project of the best scientific lecture uses automated data analysis using artificial intelligence to predict the course of disease and the targeted treatment of COVID-19 patients intensive care units. The audience award, donated by Intuitive Surgical, was won by Manouchehr Shamsrizi from gamelab.berlin of the Cluster of Excellence of the Humboldt University Berlin. Both winning teams received 500 euros as a prize.

Watch the winner´s videos here

Winner of the scientific award:

ENVISION: Intelligent plug-and-play digital tool for real-time surveillance of COVID-19 patients and smart decision-making in Intensive Care Units

Scientist: Jörg Wegner
Institution: Universitätsklinikum Frankfurt, app@work GmbH

Winner of the audience award:

Healing the Homo Ludens: potentials and risks of the technologies and cultural techniques of Video Gaming for data-driven decision making in medicine

Institution: gamelab.berlin of Humboldt-Universitäts Cluster of Excellence



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