Dr. Florian Kromp (PhD)
During my bachelor studies in medical informatics at the TU Vienna I started my research career in the immunological diagnostics group at the St. Anna Children’s Cancer research institute. While working on machine-learning based assessment of Akute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) data, I discovered my interest in automated image processing and later joined the Tumour Biology group. Working on quantitative microscopy imaging data, I received my MSc and PhD degrees for performing research on the automated segmentation of cellular nuclei in fluorescence microscopy images. My main interest is to combine multi-modal datasets including imaging and multiOMICs data for comprehensive visualization and tailored analysis of patients suffering from cancer.
Postdoctoral fellow at Sabine Taschner-Mandl´s Group