Prof. Dr. Winfried Schlee

IPMProfessor für Wirtschaftsinformatik

winfried.schlee@ost.ch

Winfried Schlee ist Professor am Institut für Informations- und Prozessmanagement. Er beschäftigt sich schwerpunktmässig mit digitalen Gesundheitsanwendungen - zum Beispiel zur Diagnose und Therapie des chronischen Tinnitus.

Kompetenzfelder

  • Digital Health
  • Tinnitus
  • Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA)
  • Decision Support Systems (DSS)

Ausbildung

2014 - 2018: Habilitation, Experimentelle Psychiatrie, Universität Regensburg (PD)
2006 - 2009: Promotion, Klinische Psychologie und Neuropsychologie, Universität Konstanz (Dr. rer. nat.)
2000 - 2006: Studium Psychologie, Universität Konstanz (Dipl.-Psych.)

Berufliche Praxis

2022 - heute: Professor, Institut für Informations- und Prozessmanagement, OST ST. Gallen
2019 - 2022: Medizinische Einrichtungen des Bezirks Oberpfalz (MedBo) am Bezirksklinikum Regensburg
2013 - 2019 Universitätsklinik Regensburg
2010 - 2013: Universität Ulm
2009 - 2010: Universität Konstanz

Lehre

  • Digital Health
  • Wissenschaftsmethoden
  • Medizinische Datenbanken
  • Neuropsychology and methods of Neuropsychology
  • Betreuung von studentischen Forschungsarbeiten
  • Betreuung von Bachelor-, Master- und Doktorarbeiten

Mitgliedschaften

  • Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI)
  • Insititue of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

Auszeichnungen

2020: Forschungspreis der Stiftung Tinnitus und Hören Charité Berlin
2020: ICPerMed "Best Practice in Personalized Medicine" Recognition Award 2020
2017: Best Paper Award at the 6th IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Services: Pryss, R., Schlee, W., Langguth, B. and Reichert, M., 2017, June. Mobile crowdsensing services for tinnitus assessment and patient feedback. In 2017 IEEE International Conference on AI & Mobile Services (AIMS) (pp. 22-29). IEEE.
2017: 2nd Best Paper Award, International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics, Thessaloniki, Greece: Dandage, S., Huber, J., Janki, A., Niemann, U., Pryss, R., Reichert, M., Harrison, S., Vessala, M., Schlee, W., Probst, T. and Spiliopoulou, M., 2017, November. Patient empowerment through summarization of discussion threads on treatments in a patient self-help forum. In International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (pp. 229-233). Springer, Singapore.
2009: Auszeichnung der Doktorarbeit durch die Stiftung Schmieder für Wissenschaft und Forschung, Lurija Institut, Universität Konstanz
2008: Young Investigator Award at the International Conference on Biomagnetism, Sapporo, Japan

Winfried Schlee is a professor at the Institute for Information and Process Management. He focuses on digital health applications - for example, for the diagnosis and therapy of chronic tinnitus.

Area of Expertise

  • Digital Health
  • Tinnitus
  • Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA)
  • Decision Support Systems (DSS)

Education

2014 - 2018: Habilitation, Experimental Psychiatry, University of Regensburg, Germany
2006 - 2009: PhD Doctoral Studies, Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Konstanz, Germany
2000 - 2006: Diploma in Psychology, University of Konstanz, Germany

Professional Experience

2022 - today: Professor, Institute for Information- and Process Management, OST ST. Gallen, Switzerland
2019 - 2022: Medizinische Einrichtungen des Bezirks Oberpfalz (MedBo) am Bezirksklinikum Regensburg, Germany
2013 - 2019 University Hospital Regensburg, Germany
2010 - 2013: Universität of Ulm, Germany
2009 - 2010: University of Konstanz, Germany

Teaching Experience

  • Digital Health
  • Methods of empirical studies
  • Medical databases
  • Neuropsychology and methods of neuropsychology
  • Advisory for student research projects
  • Advisory for Bachelor, Master and Doctoral theses

Memberships

  • Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI)
  • Insititue of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

Awards

2020: Science Award by the "Stiftung Tinnitus und Hören Charité Berlin"
2020: ICPerMed "Best Practice in Personalized Medicine" Recognition Award 2020
2017: Best Paper Award at the 6th IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Services: Pryss, R., Schlee, W., Langguth, B. and Reichert, M., 2017, June. Mobile crowdsensing services for tinnitus assessment and patient feedback. In 2017 IEEE International Conference on AI & Mobile Services (AIMS) (pp. 22-29). IEEE.
2017: 2nd Best Paper Award, International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics, Thessaloniki, Greece: Dandage, S., Huber, J., Janki, A., Niemann, U., Pryss, R., Reichert, M., Harrison, S., Vessala, M., Schlee, W., Probst, T. and Spiliopoulou, M., 2017, November. Patient empowerment through summarization of discussion threads on treatments in a patient self-help forum. In International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (pp. 229-233). Springer, Singapore.
2009: Award for the doctoral thesis by the "Stiftung Schmieder für Wissenschaft und Forschung2, Lurija Institut, University of Konstanz, Germany
2008: Young Investigator Award at the International Conference on Biomagnetism, Sapporo, Japan