Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena is Professor of Medical Robotics in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College, where he leads the Mechatronics in Medicine Laboratory and the Applied Mechanics Division.

He has been the Engineering Co-Director of the Hamlyn Centre, which is part of the Institute of Global Health Innovation, since July 2020. He is a founding member and great advocate of the Imperial College Robotics Forum, now the first point of contact for roboticists at Imperial College.

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Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics 2021: Opening Ceremony

Talk: Q&A Session and Closing
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Prof. Kevin Cleary: MRI Robotics for minimally invasive procedures in the bore of the magnet

Talk: Introduction to Prof. Cleary
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11th May 2021, 15.00

Prof. Richard Satava: Advanced Surgical Robotic Technologies

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17th May 2021, 17.00

Prof. Alex Golby: Creating road maps for minimally invasive interventions in the brain

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Prof. Pietro Valdastri: Medical Capsule Robots: A Fantastic Voyage

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