Kluver Memorial Symposium Series: Neurosurgery, Robotics, and the Future
At the conclusion of this activity, the learner will be able to:
- Discuss the basic concepts of robotic assistance in medical care;
- List several of the current robotic applications in neurosurgery;
- Describe the current limitations of robotic science and potential avenues to overcome those limitations.
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Ralph Cannon Professor of Surgery
Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics
Chief, Section of Neurosurgery
University of Chicago Medicine
Professor, Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy
Chair, Committee on Computational Neuroscience
Committee on Neurobiology
The University of Chicago
John C. Malone Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
John Hopkins University
James L. Patton, PhD
University of Illinois at Chicago
Senior Research Scientist
Director, Center for Rehabilitation Robotics
Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Core, Biomedical Engineering PhD Program
Core, Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience PhD Program (NUIN)
Northwestern Medicine Feinberg School of Medicine
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