Liss Hernandez

Liss Hernández González (female) is Automatic Engineer, by the José Antonio Echeverría Technological University of Havana, with a Master of Telemedicine and Bioengineering, by the Technical University of Madrid.

He is currently applying for a PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Technical University of Madrid. She is a researcher at Life Suporting Technologies (LifeSTech) research group and has collaborated in several R&I projects in the area of e-Health applied to diabetes disease management and identifying risk factors influencing uptake and progression of diabetes (MOSAIC).

Currently, she participates in European funded project BD2Decide, the aims to develop a more precise prognostic prediction in Cancers of Head and Neck region (H&NC), in order to maximise the therapeutic results and minimise the impacts of HNC therapy. She collaborates in the MiniQ project of EIT-Health initiative that aims at optimising drug treatment among older people through a patient-centred, web-based decision support system. She is expert in design, development and validation of platforms for monitoring and manage chronic disease patients, in clinical data management systems and semantic technologies.

Current projects: BD2Decide, miniQ