Mia Ilic
Scientific Partnerships Manager

AI will allow radiologists to achieve the same output in less time and with more confidence.

Mia Ilic was a natural choice for the role of Scientific Partnership Manager at contextflow: after all, she spent over 5 years as a Senior Project Manager and Team Leader at the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE), effectively acting as a project manager for medical publications and standards of practice, cultivating relationships with healthcare professionals and research organizations, and developing strategies for optimizing workflows. Originally from Serbia, Mia moved to Vienna to study International Development Studies at the University of Vienna, where she earned both her Bachelors and Masters degrees. Her personal interest in AI led her to begin taking programming courses, meaning she can add new languages to the other 5 she already speaks. In her free time, Mia enjoys sewing, playing squash and dancing bachata and salsa.

Favorite meal: Anything with beetroot

Recommended reading: Anything by Isabel Allende

People would be surprised to learn…I’m leaving this blank so people will have to guess!

If I wasn’t working as a Scientific Partnerships Manager, I would be…planting vegetables probably…can I change this answer every year?

Most rewarding part of my job: proving to radiologists that we have an amazing product