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Surgical Robotics: Research, Commercialisation, and Practice

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This event will bring together experts from the field of surgical robotics to discuss new research ideas, the pathway to industrial translation, and how robots are used in clinical practice.

Date and Time

27 April 2017 - 18:00-20:00

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Robotics & Mechatronics TPN. Contact Gemma Hadley at GHadley@theiet.org or on 01438 767621 for more information.


About this event

Surgical robotics have advanced from rudimentary prototypes found in research labs to large-scale robust systems that are revolutionising healthcare delivery. From laparoscopy, to spine surgery, orthopaedics and catheterisation, surgical robots are already beginning to make their mark. This event will bring together experts from the field of surgical robotics to discuss new research ideas, the pathway to industrial translation, and how robots are used in clinical practice.

Speakers

Professor Neil Tolley, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust - download biography
Dr Sanja Dogramadzi, Bristol Robotics Lab
Professor Brian Davies, Imperial College London - download biography

Programme

18:00 – Registration
18:25 – Welcome
18:30 – Professor Neil Tolley, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Clinical need)
19:00 – Dr Sanja Dogramadzi, Bristol Robotics Lab (Ongoing research)
19:30 – Professor Brian Davies, Imperial College London (Translation and Exploitation)
20:00 – Event close

Reasons to attend

  • Be informed about state of the art in robotic surgery
  • Link with practicing clinicians
  • Link with relevant industrial members

Cost

Free



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