Team Members of the Danube A Model
in alphabetical order...
Natalie Krämer started to study Medical Informatics at the University of Heidelberg and Heilbronn University in Oktober 2005.
Since November 2007 she is part of the research team of Prof. Wendelin Schramm. Here she is responsible for validating and testing the Danube A model.
You can contact her via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sabrina Lang studies Medical Informatics at the University of Heidelberg/ Heilbronn University since October 2005.
Since November 2007 she works in the research team around Prof. Wendelin Schramm.
She provides a user interface for the Danube Model.
If there are any questions about her work, you can send her an e-mail to this adress: email@example.com
Monika Pobiruchin commenced her studies of Medical Informatics at Heilbronn University / University of Heidelberg in 2005.
She compiled a seminar paper on the German Disease Management Program for Diabetes Type 2 in 2007 which was published in a renowned German journal (MMW - Fortschritte der Medizin, 2008 Apr 10;150 Suppl 1:16-21.) She presented the paper during the German Diabetes Congress 2008 in Munich. In September 2007 she joined the research team around Prof. Wendelin Schramm as a scientific worker and supports the organisation of the biannual PROSIT Workshops in Heidelberg and Heilbronn.
Michael Schöll is a graduate in medical informatics at the universities Heidelberg and Heilbronn. Since May 2007 he is an active supporter of the PROSIT initiative. He is member of the GECKO Research Institute for Health Economics and Medical Informatics. At present he works at the Heilbronn University as a research assistant at the faculty of informatics in the course for medical informatics.
Wendelin Schramm is a physician and since March 2007 Professor for health economics and health care management at Heilbronn University.
He is Managing Director of the GECKO Research Institute for Health Economics and Medical Informatics.
Together with Christian Weber he founded in 2006 the PROSIT open source disease modelling framework.
Björn Schreiweis commenced his studies of Medical Informatics at Heilbronn University / University of Heidelberg in 2005. He is grading the evidence of the literature used to build the model. if there are any questions about his work, feel free to contact him by email to: bschreiw[at]stud.hs-heilbronn.de
Hello! As I am going to work on the Nephropathy Diabetes Disease Model from now on, I'd like to introduce myself to you: My name is Benjamin Trinczek, I'm 22 years old, studying Medical Informatics at Heilbronn Universtiy and the University of Heidelberg. In the context of my student research project (in German: Studienarbeit) that I prepare in the fourth semester, it is my task to collect and model the cost data for "Danube" in order to increase its version to 1.0. Our plan is to complete these tasks by November 2007, together with a publication of "Danube". If there are any questions, you want to help or critise me and/or the work, feel free to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian is a Medical Informatics graduate. Version 0.9 of Danube A is a result of his diploma thesis on the comparison of Markov modelling and DES. Currently Christian is working as Solution Architect at a leading international eHealth technology provider. In his spare time he is contributing to the development of Danube A.
Currently Wendelin Schramm, Franziska Herget, Christian Weber and Michael Schöll are SysOps = system administrators of the PROSIT internet platform. Please contact either of the three in case of questions regarding the wiki pages here.