A new virtual panel discussion series about groundbreaking mixed reality technology and innovation in medicine and how it impacts patients, clinicians, and the healthcare industry.
The event will start with a one-hour panel discussion featuring Dr. Bruce Daniel of Stanford Radiology and the Stanford IMMERS Lab; Dr. Thomas Grégory of Orthopedic Surgery at the Université Sorbonne Paris Nord; Christoffer Hamilton of Brainlab, a surgical software and hardware leader in Germany; and Dr. Jennifer Silva of Pediatric Cardiology at Washington University in St. Louis, who founded the medical mixed reality company SentiAR. This panel will be moderated by Dr. Christoph Leuze of Stanford University and the Stanford Medical Mixed Reality (SMMR) program. Immediately following the panel discussion, you are also invited to a 30-minute interactive session with the panelists where questions and ideas can be explored in real time.
Stanford Medical Mixed Reality (SMMR) is dedicated to building community across Stanford Medicine together with global industry leaders and academia focusing on medical virtual and augmented reality technology. Founded by the Incubator for Medical Mixed and Extended Reality at Stanford (IMMERS) Lab, we aim to bring together leading researchers, clinicians and engineers to share work, exchange ideas, collaborate and discuss opportunities and challenges. The SMMR Panel Discussion Series highlights labs around Stanford working in this area and focuses on particular topics such as surgical guidance, VR-based therapy, and training & education.
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Panelists: Dr. Bruce Daniel (Stanford Radiology and the Stanford IMMERS Lab); Dr. Thomas Grégory (Orthopedic Surgery at the Université Sorbonne Paris Nord); Christoffer Hamilton (Brainlab); and Dr. Jennifer Silva (Pediatric Cardiology, Washington University).
Moderated by Dr. Christoph Leuze of Stanford University and the Stanford Medical Mixed Reality (SMMR) program.