Precision Medical Instrument Design Lab: Exploring Methods of Improving Existing Medical Procedures

Posted by on February 18, 2015 in Facilities & Labs, Research, Students, World Class Engineering | 0 comments

A video produced by mechanical engineering graduate student Andrew Barnett highlights the Precision Medical Instrument Design Lab, where faculty and students work on projects involving: robotic needle steering, tissue cutting mechanics, tribological effect between tissue and medical instruments, diagnostic needle biopsy, brachytherapy radiation cancer treatment, and laparoscopic and endoscopic instruments.


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