Current major project: Fair Imaging – social cohesion and medical imaging

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2nd Meeting of the FairImaging group






21.05.2020, online pre-call team meeting
Fully online 3rd meet of the #FairImaging pre-call team of @BerlinUAlliance. We looked at the first results on social cohesion and medical imaging with partners from @HumboldtUni@TUBerlin@FU_Berlin and @ChariteBerlinIt is fun working with you. Thank you!


18.05.2020, Results of the latest meeting:

  • The first preliminary results for the image data of about 600,000 patients from Berlin-Brandenburg are available and will be published soon.
  • A full proposal “FairImaging” on Social Cohesion and Medical Imaging will be submitted at the end of the month.

Continue to the Fair Imaging project…

May 10th is the “Day against the Stroke”:

We conducted an interview with Eberhard Siebert, to take a closer look at the topic of stroke. English version, German version.

May 5th is the day of the heart-sick children:

Together with Professor Felix Berger as lead author, we have provided in an interdisciplinary team a blogpost for patients and their families with congenital heart disease which can be found here in English and German. Further details are provided by @FairImaging

Team Dewey – our focus:

Marc Dewey’s research group focuses on radiology, non-invasive cardiovascular imaging as well as general medical imaging – from experimental research and technical developments over clinical studies to outcomes research including cost-effectiveness and meta-analyses as well as clinical decision support systems.

Our working group receives funding from the German Research Foundation through the Heisenberg Professorship Program. The main scientific vision of Marc Dewey’s Heisenberg Professorship is to span the divide between technical, molecular, and functional aspects of cardiovascular imaging and evidence-based medicine.

We plan to further advance non-invasive cardiovascular imaging in the future by technical developments based on image segmentation, dose optimization, and quantification. For this, the extended collaboration between radiology, cardiology, physics, biology, mathematics and computer science is intended. If you are interested in working with us on these ambitious projects, please do not hesitate to make contact.

About Prof. Dr. Marc Dewey:

A short Curriculum Vitae of Prof. Dr. Marc Dewey can be viewed here.


We are involved in the DFG Graduate Program BIOQIC which addresses quantitative imaging of biophysical parameters. Please contact us if you are interested to learn more.


Learn about the DISCHARGE trial, coordinated by Prof. Dr. Marc Dewey and the Charité department of radiology:

(Video in German language)




Click here for the latest AG Dewey and radiology news
The latest AG Dewey and radiology news

May 21., 2020
Röntgenkongress online

May 19., 2020
Findings about life quality of women with coronary artery disease

May 4., 2020
Charité named #5 in top hospital list

April 22., 2020
How to get rid of artifacts in MRI

Read all news…


Multidisciplinary and international working group of Prof. Marc Dewey
Multidisciplinary and international working group of Prof. Marc Dewey
Zertifikat Kardiovaskuläre Bildgebung Charite Radiologie
Zertifizierung der Charité – Radiologie als offizielles DRG-Zentrum

Heisenberg Programm der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft©DFG

Prof. Dr. Marc Deweys authorships
Prof. Dr. Marc Deweys authorships (click for larger image)