Development and support with health-related projects on an interdisciplinary level, including technology transfer from initial concepts to actual development and application. Visionary developments for medical applications and health care.
Planning and running of education concepts, seminars, continuing professional development, and training for people working in health care or organizations in general.
Planning and delivery of projects with a social bearing by forging networks between different disciplines (medicine, science, law, philosophy, communication science, psychology, sociology, theology, music, and art).
Emphasis on creating links between human-technology interaction and human-human interaction.
Application and projects using biosensors for humans in the field of medical devices and quality assurance (parenteral products, medical products, air quality, the monocyte activation test/simulation of in vitro immune responses)
Development concepts focusing on future intensive care
Training/continuing professional development in health care
Networking between disciplines relevant to medical settings
Design of human-human interaction in hospital and medical environments revolving around human-technology interaction (e.g., intensive care units)
Development of a monocyte activation test (MAT) until ready for application (human biosensor) incl. regulatory implementation for injectable medicines
Ongoing MAT development for medical devices and air quality. Testing of air quality, e.g., in passenger aircraft to assess the risk of cabin air (fume events resulting in aerotoxic syndrome)
Development of presentational experimental design looking at borderline experiences in intensive care (social motivation revolving around existential issues in life, presenting typical situations faced in intensive care, with a focus on health care in a post-modern society and how to deal with people/patients during borderline situations in life), Munich, in collaboration with the university hospital Klinikum rechts der Isar (TUM).