PRECIIS Welcomes you to OrthoSurgical Innovations 2018
The symposium is bringing together clinicians, engineers and industry partners to discuss technological development in orthopaedic surgery. The aim of this interdisciplinary symposium is to stimulate the creation of novel research ideas and to facilitate the diffusion of these ideas into healthcare.
A Symposium for Healthcare, Academia and Industry
Professor Roger Emery
Imperial College, London
President of the European Society of Shoulder and Elbow
Research on shoulder replacements and intraoperative guide machines
Professor Thomas Gregory
University Paris Descartes
Upper limb and sports surgery
Founder of the Foundation Moveo Paris
Research in Virtual and Augmented Reality applied to Orthopaedics
Dr Max Gordon
Department of Clinical Sciences, Danderyd Hospital
Founder of DeepMed AB
Research in Artificial Intelligence applied to Orthopaedics
Inspiration and Perspiration – A Guide to the Conception, Development and Commercialisation of Surgical Inventions. Alastair Darwood
Artificial Intelligence – How is AI and especially deep learning used in orthopaedics today? Dr Max Gordon
The creation of a new innovative prosthesis – A case study from Imperial College Hamid Reza Alidousti
The developement of bioglass for its use in orthopedic surgery – How and when could we be using glass as a bone substitute for bone. Mr Peter Reilly
Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality – How can virtual reality (VR) be used to educate surgeons today? How can augmented reality be used in surgery? Professor Thomas Gregory
Intraoperative guide machines an aid in surgery – The challenge of glenoid placement and how an intraoperative guide machine could help us improve their placement in shoulder surgery. Professor Roger Emery
Environment for multidisciplinary research – How do we create an environment facilitating and encouraging multidisciplinary research? A reflection on experiences at Imperial College, London and Fondation Moveo, Paris.
Panel: Prof Roger Emery, Prof Thomas Gregory, Dr Claes Lundström
Use of imaging software in orthopaedics – CT motion analysis software, a tool to analyse implant behaviour. Dr Henrik Olivecrona and Dr Cyrus Brodén
From idea to implementation of orthopaedic innovations: Saw blade, hip fractures, RSA and patient specific implants- Former Professor Leif Ryd
During the symposium, there will be a poster exhibition. If you wish to bring a poster, please send an abstract to email@example.com before April 25th.
Dr Peter Reilly
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgery Imperial College Health Trust
Honorary Senior Lecture Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College
Research on the use of bioglass in orthopaedic surgery.
Former professor Leif Ryd
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgery, Co-founder and medical advisor of Episurf Medical, Co-founder of the RSA community and inventor of the cooled sawblade.
Dr Henrik Olivecrona
Consultant Orthopedic and Handsurgery, Karolinska Hospital.
Lead researcher and developer of an image registration software used in orthopaedics.
Dr Cyrus Brodén
Clinical Research Fellow Imperial College London.
Research and developer of an image Registration Software used in orthopaedics.
Dr. Alastair Darwood
Medical Doctor at Imperial College Healthcare Trust and founder of ‘Prometheus Surgical’, a company that developed an award winning orthopaedic guidance technology.
Dr HamidReza Alidousti
Research Associate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Imperial College. Designer of a new shoulder prosthesis in a translational research project funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Dr Claes Lundström
Adjunct Senior Lecturer Department of Science and Technology, Linköping University and Research Director at Sectra AB.
The symposium will take place at Spårvagnshallarna in Stockholm, Sweden on May 17th-18th, 2018 and will start and end with lunch. A conference dinner will be held on the 17th to maximize the time to meet and exchange experiences.
Scholarship for Foundation and Registrar Doctors/ AT and ST läkare
With the OrthoSurgical Innovations 2018 coming up, we are pleased to be able to offer free participation in the symposium (excluding dinner) for a limited number of younger doctors (AT and ST läkare). If this sounds interesting to you, write a few lines below why you would want to participate in the symposium and we will get back to you. We need your answer by May 8th.
We welcome and look forward to interacting with you at the 2018 OrthoSurgical Innovations Symposium to address technological development in orthopaedic surgery.
Registration deadline 8th May
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