An interdisciplinary team of epidemiologists and computer scientists working with clinical data on a daily basis.
Lukas is a researcher / software developer and co-leads the Askimed project. His goal is to build efficient and intuitive applications and constantly thinks about smart ways to improve and simplify Askimed. His open-source framework Cloudgene, developed in cooperation with the University of Michigan, is the backbone of several large genetic services managing terabytes of data from researchers around the world. Lukas Forer holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Innsbruck and serves as a senior scientist at the Medical University of Innsbruck.
Sebastian is a computational biologist and co-leads the Askimed project. He loves working at the intersection between computational genetics and computer science and is involved in international clinical and epidemiological studies since over 10 years. His software packages have been published in highly-ranked journals like Nature Genetics, Nucleic Acids Research or Genome Research. Sebastian holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Innsbruck and also serves as a senior scientist at the Medical University of Innsbruck.
Hansi is a researcher and responsible for eCRF development at Askimed. He is involved in large international consortia trying to find novel ways to visualize large-scale data. His research passion is the mitochondrial genome and to help researchers tracing the ancestors of modern humans to their roots. Hansi holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Innsbruck and also serves as a senior scientist at the Medical University of Innsbruck.
Florian is a professor at the Medical University of Innsbruck and head of the Institute of Genetic Epidemiology. His research interests are genetic and clinical epidemiological studies on lipoprotein(a) as well as genetics of complex diseases such as atherosclerosis, lipid disorders, kidney diseases, diabetes mellitus and related intermediate phenotypes. Florian published more than 350 original papers. He has also authored more than 80 review articles, editorials and book chapters.
Georg is responsible for eCRF development and customer support at Askimed. He is interested in project management and implementing high-quality questionnaires. Georg is currently a PhD student at the social and economic sciences institute, University of Innsbruck.
Anita helps us with all administrative-related Askimed tasks. She keeps track of all documents and deadlines that allows us to focus on the software itself.
We are located at the Medical University of Innsbruck and are building the next-generation eCRF system. We are looking for talented and smart people who assist us in software development and study management.