The MIM Lab develops robotic and mechatronics surgical systems for a variety of procedures.

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The Mechatronics in Medicine Laboratory develops robotic and mechatronics surgical systems for a variety of procedures including neuro, cardiovascular, orthopaedic surgeries, and colonoscopies. Examples include bio-inspired catheters that can navigate along complex paths within the brain (such as EDEN2020), soft robots to explore endoluminal anatomies (such as the colon), and virtual reality solutions to support surgeons during knee replacement surgeries.

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Mr Ayhan Akta_

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Mr Ayhan Akta_
Research Postgraduate

Dr Kaiwen Chen

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Dr Kaiwen Chen
Research Associate

Mr Zejian Cui

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Mr Zejian Cui
Research Postgraduate

Mr Zhaoyang Jacopo Hu

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Mr Zhaoyang Jacopo Hu
Research Postgraduate

Dr Jialei Shi

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Dr Jialei Shi
Research Associate

Mr Spyridon Souipas

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Mr Spyridon Souipas
Casual - Other work

Ms Emilia Zari

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Ms Emilia Zari
Research Postgraduate