Medical University of Vienna & CSH Associate Faculty
Nina Haug has been postdoctoral researcher in the Section for Science of Complex Systems at Medical University of Vienna, led by Stefan Thurner, and Associate Faculty member at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna since October 2017.
Nina obtained her Master’s degree in physics at Humboldt-University of Berlin, and wrote her Master’s thesis during a year abroad at the Laboratory for Theoretical Physics and Statistical Models (LPTMS) at University of Paris XI. She wrote a PhD thesis with the title “Asymptotics and scaling analysis of two-dimensional models of vesicles and polymers” at Queen Mary University of London under the supervision of Thomas Prellberg.
Nina’s current research activity is focused on analyzing disease trajectories of patients observed from a longitudinal, population-wide data set on hospital diagnoses in Austria.
Predicting human disease trajectories with healthcare multiplex networks
Jun 13, 2018 | 14:15—14:30