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The Hamlyn Robotics Symposium provides a forum for international surgeons and engineers to network and share the latest developments on medical robotics, attracting world leading scientists, engineers and clinical practitioners from a wide range of disciplines associated with medical robotics and surgery. This year’s event will focus on ‘Immersive Tech: The Future of Medicine’.
Joe Corrigan Head of Intelligent Healthcare will present ‘Digital strategies for long-term success’ during the lunch break in the Drayson room on Wednesday 28th.
Alex Maret will be joining a panel discussion ‘Harnessing the potential of digital surgery: challenges and opportunities’ also on 28th.
Digital strategies for long-term success
Date | 28 June 2023
Time | Lunch break presentation
Speaker | Joe Corrigan Head of Intelligent Healthcare
Panel: Harnessing the potential of digital surgery: challenges and opportunities
Date | 28 June 2023
Time | 14:30 - 15:30 BST
Panellist| Alex Maret Vice President, Robotics & Digital Surgery
Judge | Riccardo Secoli
- Realizing digital surgery: Turning buzzwords into business [Insights]
- Should robots control accuracy and precision in surgery? [Insights]
- Surgical robotics: the earlier you manage risk the longer your runway for reward [Insights]
- System architecture – your vital blueprint for success as a surgical start-up [Insights]
- De-risking growth for surgical start-ups [Insights]
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London SW7 2AR
Head of Intelligent Healthcare
Joe brings products to market for drug delivery, diagnostics and minimally invasive surgery, having led the R&D of high risk (class 3) devices, including the regulatory approach and development of mechanical, electronic and software solutions, utilising the latest developments in Statistical Machine Learning, data science and Artificial Intelligence.
Vice President, Robotics and Digital Surgery
Alex leads CC's medical robotic capability, he guides teams in the development of groundbreaking products to shape the future of healthcare. His work is focused on identifying high-value opportunities for clients and creating novel robotic solutions for an increasingly digital future.
Dr Riccardo Secoli is a senior consultant that boasts more than 15 years of experience in medical robotics. He led projects from inception to clinical evaluation, while serving at esteemed institutions like Imperial College London.