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Akira-Sebastian Poncette, M.D. currently serves as the section lead for Medical Data and Systems, as well as the lead of the Patient Monitoring and Alarm Management working group, and Deputy Director of the Institute for Medical Informatics, a position he has held since 2021. As a physician and scientist, Dr. Poncette is renowned for his expertise in medical informatics and digital medicine. He received his clinical training in internal medicine and anesthesiology and is a fellow of the Charité BIH Digital Clinician Scientist program since 2020. His primary focus is on the development and implementation of digital health and patient monitoring technologies, as well as alarm management processes and systems.
He approaches his research with a translational focus, collaborating with the CMIO’s Task Force Monitoring, which he also coordinates. Dr. Poncette's ultimate goal is to position the Charité as a pioneer in intersectoral and interoperable (tele)monitoring. By doing so, he aims to establish the foundation for personalized and predictive medicine, with an unyielding dedication to ensuring patient safety.