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Interview on Robotic Surgery Today

Robotic Surgery Today took an interview with me on my activities on CIS:
"Paul @ Robotic Surgery Today: Today we are pleased to bring you the first of a two-part interview with Dr. Tamás Haidegger. Tamás isa youthful but already quite distinguished pioneer, researcher, author, surgeon, entrepreneur and blogger in the field of robotic surgery. Tamas,You’ve been following developments in the robotic surgery field for over 10 years. Tell us how you first got involved in this area and share some highlights of your journey? Dr. Tamás Haidegger: I became fascinated by surgical robotics about
13 years ago. I was preparing a review on space robotics (which was my preferred research topic as an undergrad), and read a news article on the  neuroArm, the MRI compatible robot. NeuroArm was developed at the University of Calgary in collaboration with MacDonald Dettwiler (MDA), who built CANADARM for the space shuttle and CANADARM-2 and DEXTRE for the International space Station (ISS).
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