In 2010 he released three medical iPhone apps, and became IT editor and associate editor-in-chief of the open-access journal Surgical Neurology International. One of his apps, called NeuroMind, became the #1 ranked app for neurosurgery for iPhone, iPad and Android. It has been mentioned three times in the widely cited “Top Apps” on iMedicalApps.com, and is also available for Windows 8. Testimonials and media coverage are available here.
In 2011 he gave a TEDx talk explaining his philosophy behind the apps, and his vision on clinical decision supporting systems (CDSS). Such systems are implemented in NeuroMind 2.0 which was released in April 2012.
Since 2014 he works as a staff neurosurgeon with a focus on functional neurosurgery (deep brain stimulation, epilepsy surgery, and brain computer interfaces). He is part-time employed at the department of medical information technology to develop new innovative approaches in eHealth and mHealth.
A detailed curriculum vitae is available from his website.