Dr. Kreiger is featured in a recent IEEE Pulse Magazine article on robotic surgery. https://www.embs.org/pulse/articles/robots-to-improve-surgery-for-all/
Congratulations to Justin and Jiawei for being awarded a Student Initiatives Fund (SIF) with the project “Fluorescent Suture with AI-Based Surgical Planner for Image Guided Surgery.”
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) has featured our recent study published in Science Robotics on the NIBIB webpage.
Johns Hopkins engineers build robot to perform surgery without a doctor
IMERSE team of Hamed, Justin, and Axel will discuss their latest study on Autonomous Robotic Laparoscopic Surgery, published in Science Robotics, with the BrainX community on Wednesday, February 23rd at 6:00 pm (EST). Please Join!
Congratulations to Justin and the team for receiving the best conference paper award at the 21th International Conference on Bioinformatics and BioEngineering(BIBE) in Kragujevac, Serbia. Feasibility of a Cannula-mounted Piezo Robot for Image-guided Vertebral Augmentation: Toward a Low Cost, Semi-autonomous Approach – Justin Opfermann, Benjamin Killeen, Christopher Bailey, Majid Khan, Ali Uneri, Kensei Suzuki, Mehran…
All three papers have been accepted to the 21th IEEE International Conference on BioInformatics and BioEngineering(BIBE) Conference in Kragujevac, Serbia, October 25-27, 2021 Feasibility of a Cannula-mounted Piezo Robot for Image-guided Vertebral Augmentation:Toward a Low Cost, Semi-autonomous Approach – Justin Opfermann, Benjamin Killeen, Christopher Bailey, Majid Khan, Ali Uneri, Kensei Suzuki, Mehran Armand, Ferdinand Hui,…
The lab prepared a delicious chocolate cake and Turkish delight to celebrate Dr. Krieger’s and lab members’ birthdays on campus. Photo Credit: Onder Erin and Michael Kam
Congratulations to Justin Opfermann for passing his Departmental Qualifying Exam (DQE).