Health Care Operations / Health Information Management
The Chair is involved in research and teaching with the planning and analysis of strategic and operational service processes in the health sector, especially in hospitals. The modeling, analyzing and optimizing of practical problems by empirical and quantitative methods is the main focus. The research is carried out in close cooperation with the practice. Key issues are process, resource, quality and information management.
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- translational research on environment-human interaction (focus on allergic diseases)
- a modern interdisciplinary academic teaching
- a comprehensive and holistic patient care at the University Outpatient Clinic for Environmental Medicine, University Clinic Augsburg
- a Study Center that provides a broad portfolio for interventional studies (intervention at surfaces)
- a Unit for Flow Cytometry, CyTUM UNIKA-T, with high technology machinery
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The Chair of Epidemiology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich will establish a patient-oriented epidemiological research at the Augsburg Clinic. New findings in the areas of prevention, early detection and patient care are to be put into practice quickly for the benefit of the population or the patients.
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Three Awards by the Dr. Wolfbauer-Stiftung for the Environment Sciences in Augsburg on the Science Day 2019 at the University Hospital Augsburg
The seventh annual Science Day at the University Hospital Augsburg took place on the 11th of November, 2019. During the event, poster with scientific findings were presented by clinicians and scientists. The best poster presentations were honoured by the Dr. Wolfbauer-Stiftung, which then awarded funding to the respective projects.
A World Without Food Allergy: Professor Kari Nadeau Presents for the UNIKA-T Speaker Series on Behalf of the Center for Interdisciplinary Health Research (ZIG, University of Augsburg)
Professor Kari Nadeau, Director at the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford University, California, presented her topic “A word without food allergy - fiction or reality” within the scope of the UNIKA-T Speaker Series.
Pollen Flight May Facilitate Respiratory Viral Infects – Even in Non-Allergics: Environmental Medicine Publishes Study with Considerable Scientific Relevance
An international research collaboration under the direction of Environmental Medicine at UNIKA-T observed a correlation between pollen exposition and the downregulation of antiviral immune response in respiratory mucosa – and this first-ever even in healthy study participants. The central study results are: