I am an interim Professor at the University Hospital Munich in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry part of the Ludwig Maximilian University and head of the Lab for Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging (AI-Med). I have previously completed post-doctoral training at the Medical Vision Group of the Computer Science and Artificial
Intelligence Lab at MIT
with a second appointment at the Lab for Computational Neuroimaging, Department of Neurology at
Harvard medical school.
I received my PhD and Diploma from the Computer Science Department at TU München supervised by Nassir Navab.
I collaborate with Polina Golland, Martin Reuter, Bruce Fischl, Matt Toews and Sandy Wells.
I like to explore mathematical concepts for the analysis of medical images with the ultimate goal of improving patient care and gaining a better understanding of disease. Most of my work involves probabilistic modeling, spectral methods, and differential geometry. My main research areas are image segmentation, image registration, shape analysis, and previously ultrasound imaging.
My previous website at TU München is here. You can also find me on Research Gate, LinkedIn, ORCID, Google Scholar, and DBLP.