AI will be an integral part of radiology, changing not only the way radiologists work but also how they are trained.
Adding Johannes to the contextflow family was a no-brainer: after nearly 7 years of working as a Research Associate at the Medical University of Vienna’s Computational Imaging Research Lab (specifically in the Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy), not only was Johannes’ learning curve with us rather shallow but also several of our team members had already worked closely with him during their own time at the CIR Lab. He holds both a BSc and MSc in Medical Informatics from the Technical University of Vienna, where he also worked as a tutor for algorithms and data structures. In his position as Machine Learning Development Lead at contextflow, Johannes is responsible for helping develop new products and features as well as R&D topics.
Favorite meal: Lasagne
Recommended reading: Die Vermessung der Welt by Daniel Kehlmann
People would be surprised to learn…that I actually don’t take things very seriously, and sometimes I get tongue-tied!
If I wasn’t working as Machine Learning Development Lead, I would be…just chillin’.
Most rewarding part of my job: Learning from colleagues and seeing a product actually being used in clinical routine