A Graduate-Level Course on Real-Time Medical Graphics

Educators Paper
Wednesday, 8 August
2 - 3 pm
Room 9

Medical issues often generate interest in computers and their benefits, because individuals have so much to gain from computer-supported diagnoses. This course works with a heart and diabetes center that uses PET as an imaging method to detect coronary heart disease, a diagnosis that, until recently, was mainly performed with invasive methods.

Teaching students medical graphics will enhance the tools and knowledge required to support better and faster work in hospitals.


Gitta Domik
Universität Paderborn
domik (at) uni-paderborn.de