From an engineering perspective, surgery is still poorly quantifiable and highly operator dependent, leading to variable clinical outcomes. This lecture overviews the efforts undertaken in order to develop new optical technologies to help surgeons make better-informed decision in the OR. Lecturer: Sylvain Gioux (France) What did you think about this lesson ?
I spent an amazing week with great people from all over the world. I discovered a new perspective on biomedicine that motivates me to diversify… Read more “Pierre Kadula (B.E.S.T. Course 2015-2016)”
Innovation knows many faces, during BEST you’ll meet all of them in one intense and unforgetable week!
Collaborating with other cultures, brainstorming about innovation and working towards a solid business plan is so much fun!
The B.E.S.T. Course is simply one of the most inspiring experiences you can live. It is an unique opportunity to share ideas with surgeons, researchers… Read more “Riccardo Campi (B.E.S.T. Course 2014-2015)”
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