This year’s Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics (#HSMR21) launched with an opening ceremony featuring 3 prominent keynote speakers. You can view a recording of the event below.
  • Welcome and Introduction
    Professor the Lord Darzi of Denham, Co-Director of IGHI, Imperial College London, UK
  • Symposium Overview
    Professor Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena, Co-Director of the Hamlyn Centre, Imperial College, UK
  • Keynote talk
    Professor Ron Kikinis, B. Leonard Holman Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School, USA
    Translation of IGT Technologies to Low and Middle Income Countries
  • Keynote talk
    Professor Allison Mariko Okamura, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science, Stanford University, USA
    Feeling through Seeing: Vision-based Force Estimation in Robot-assisted Surgery
  • Keynote talk
    Professor Craig Peters, Chief of Pediatric Urology at Children’s Medical Center Dallas. UT Southwestern, USA
    Pediatric Robotic Surgery: Lessons Learned from Children
  • Q&A Session and Closing remarks
    Professor Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena, Co-Director of the Hamlyn Centre, Imperial College, UK

Speakers

Professor Ron Kikinis

Abstract A large proportion of the world’s population live in Low and Middle Income Countries…

  • Talk: Translation of IGT Technologies to Low and Middle Income Countries
  • Role: Keynote Speaker

Professor Allison Okamura

Allison M. Okamura received the BS degree from the University of California at Berkeley in…

  • Talk: Feeling through Seeing: Vision-based Force Estimation in Robot-assisted Surgery
  • Role: Keynote Speaker