CodeCamp:N interviewed Professor Amft on digital health, research done at CDH, and prospects of how digital technology supports human health and medicine.
BR reports on Coronavirus data donation "Corona Datenspende" initative and cites from an interview with Prof. Dr. Oliver Amft.
Sat.1 (TV) and Frankenfernsehen (TV) visited CDH to report about the GastroDigitalShirt.
BR Fernsehen (TV) report about the GastroDigitalShirt
The broadcast “Update” on December 20, 2019 of the Deutschlandfunk Nova interviewed Prof. Oliver Amft on the GastroDigitalShirt. The interview focused on the operating modes of the shirt and the frequency of acoustic abdominal signals, and the applicability, among others.
The German Society for Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases awarded the DGVS Innovation Award “Digital Gastroenterology” for the first time, endowed with 3,000 euros. The award recognizes projects to promote the development of digital innovations in gastroenterology. The DG...
Artificial intelligence offers great opportunities, especially in medical science, and can help you live healthier lives. The research team of the Chair of Digital Health at the FAU uses artificial intelligence to develop smart eyeglasses that are hardly distinguishable from ordinary glasses, but ca...
The Oct 2019 issue top story of X.press cites an interview with Prof. Oliver Amft on medical wearables: “Self-measurement of patients”. The interview can be found on the web [In German]: https://xpress.medatixx.de/xpress_epaper/xpress_19_4/#p=10
WELT published an article on medical wearable devices. The article is citing an interview with Prof. Oliver Amft. Read the full story here (in German): https://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/webwelt/article190092755/Medizin-Wearables-Was-taugen-die-neuen-Gesundheitsgeraete.html.
The DPA/Tagesspiegel reports on wearable devices for medical and wellness applications and how to find out which devices are useful. The article is citing from an interview with Prof. Oliver Amft. Read the full story here (in German): https://background.tagesspiegel.de/wearables-die-den-arztbesuch-...