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Short Biography of Author
|Jörn Lötsch is a Full Professor at the Medical Faculty of the Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany. He holds an M.D. degree from the (now) Technical University of Dresden, Germany, and a Ph.D. degree in Data Science from the Goethe-University. His past and present academic affiliations have included institutions in Halle/Saale, Germany; Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Dresden, Germany; Erlangen, Germany; Stanford, USA; and Frankfurt am Main, Germany. His research areas are data science, pain, and clinical pharmacology, with the goal of combining artificial and human intelligence in these areas. Active research topics include acquisition and computational analysis of data related to pain and analgesia in humans (biometrics), including drug effects (pharmacometrics), computational functional genomics, and next-generation gene sequencing approaches. He has published in Bioinformatics, Scientific Reports, PLoS ONE, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, Data, Big Data Analytics, CPT Pharmacometrics Systems Pharmacology, among many others.|
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