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Students at DigiHealth conference DMEA

Students from European Campus visit DigiHealth conference DMEA

24.4.2024 | THD-Pressestelle

More than 50 students from the European Campus Rottal-Inn (ECRI) visited the DMEA (Digital Medicine Expertise and Applications) in Berlin from 9 to 11 April. The excursion is offered to students of the master’s programme Digital Health and the bachelor’s programme Health of Informatics to get in touch with experts from industry and academia early on in their studies.

For students such as Yasaman Rasouli the DMEA – one of the most important European events for Digital Health – is a chance to discuss current topics and future cooperations in person with experts: “It was fascinating to talk to startup founders about their projects and challenges, and find similarities between their work and students’ ideas about theses or career interests.” The conference offered thought-provoking discussion panels as well as presentations from national and international perspectives on the future of global digital health. The students were able to gain practical insights by testing the latest product developments such as VR-glasses that assist medical staff in diagnostics.

During the event Prof. Dr Georgi Chaltikyan met with Bavarian State Minister of Health, Care and Prevention, Judith Gerlach, and personally invited her to the DigiHealthDayS-2024. At this international symposium for education, research, innovation and networking – hosted annually by the ECRI – experts on DigiHealth gather on campus.

The excursion was organised and accompanied by Prof. Dr Georgi Chaltikyan (Head of the master’s programme Digital Health), Anna Schmaus-Klughammer, LLB(hons) (lecturer and member of academic staff), und Dmitry Etin (lecturer).

Bild (THD-ECRI): Largest number of participants from an academic institution at the DMEA: Students and academic staff from the European Campus Rottal-Inn.