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Enriching Research and Development in Medical Robotics for Clinical Translation

Enriching Research and Development in Medical Robotics for Clinical Translation

Pre-Clinical Evaluation Support

Animal and Cadaveric Study

Animal and Cadaveric Study
Animal and Cadaveric Study

Hybrid-Operating Room

Hybrid-Operating Room
Hybrid-Operating Room

New Medical and Surgical Devices Prototyping

New Medical and Surgical Devices Prototyping
New Medical and Surgical Devices Prototyping

5G Testing Environment

5G Testing Environment
5G Testing Environment

Words from Our Collaborators

We are thrilled with the opportunity to partner with MRC on the cutting-edge research and development of a flexible endoluminal soft robot for GI cancer treatment.
Our collaboration offers the exciting prospect to explore enhancing technologies including imaging, sensing, and robotic guidance, and their application to future diagnostics and therapeutics.
Prof. Lord Ara Darzi and Prof Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena
Prof. Lord Ara Darzi and Prof Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena
Prof. Lord Ara Darzi and Prof Ferdinando Rodriguez y Baena

Words from Our Collaborators

Success in medical robotics requires the close cooperation of clinicians, engineers, and entrepreneurs. The Multi-Scale Medical Robotics Center brings these stakeholders together in a truly innovative way.
Prof. Bradley Nelson
Prof. Bradley Nelson

Words from Our Collaborators

We here at Johns Hopkins are delighted to be collaborating with the Multi-Scale Medical Robotics Center.
This is truly a world-class center that is already creating innovative technology and systems to improve patient care.
Prof. Russell Taylor
Prof. Russell Taylor