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Reto Wettstein (M.Sc.)


Room 04.115
Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1,
69120 Heidelberg

E-Mail: reto.wettstein@med.uni-heidelberg.de


Period Event
since 01/2019 Research Associate, University of Heidelberg, Germany
2018 Master Thesis, Medical Informatics, Santiago, Chile
2016-2018 Master,Medical Informatics, University of Heidelberg, Germany
2012-2016 Bachelor, Applied Informatics (Neuroinformatics), University of Zürich, Switzerland

Research & Interests

  • Interoperable software / system design and architecture
  • Cross-enterprise data integration and sharing
  • Infrastructures based on initiatives and standards
  • Artificial Intelligence in medicine

Publications and Presentations

  • R. Wettstein and C. Fegeler, “Evaluation of Machine Learning Algorithms to Detect Irregular Health States in Wearable Sensor Generated Data”, Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on eHealth, Telemedicine, and Social Medicine, p. 116, Athens, Greece, January 2019.
  • W. Schramm, N.H. Benning, J. Bogusch, A. Czekalla, V. de Mey, M. Fahn, S. Fröhlich, S. Hannß, S. Hentschel, P. Kellermann, M. Klass, D. Lochner, M. Lüönd, V. Schubert, J. Schwarz, T. Stein, T. Trefz, M. Wein and R. Wettstein, “Validierung des PROSIT Typ 2 Diabetes Retinopathiemodells”, Diabetologie und Stowechsel, vol. 13 (S 01), p. 66, May 2018.
  • R. Casanova, D. Xia, U. Rulle, P. Nanni, J. Grossmann, B. Vrugt, R. Wettstein, R. Ballester, A. Astolfo, W. Weder, H. Moch, M. Stampanoni, A. H. Beck and A. Soltermann, “Morphoproteomic Characterization of Lung Squamous Cell Carcinoma Fragmentation, a Histological Marker of Increased Tumor Invasiveness”, Cancer Research, vol. 77 (10), p. 2585, May 2017.


  • Introduction to e-health and IHE, Unviersidad de Chile


  • Winner of Health Hack 2019, Braunschweig, Germany – Oxyhack: Hardware and software prototype for remote control of oxygen tanks in COPD patients


  • HiGHmed - Heidelberg-Göttingen-Hannover Medical Informatics