XR Healthcare: XR in Medicine in the Era of Precision Medicine (hosted by Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab)
You will learn how Extended Reality (XR) is used in the context of precision medicine through the research at Weill Cornell Medicine.
In this talk, Professor Alex Sigaras will guide us to explore the potential of XR in Medicine and more specifically in Precision Medicine. We will present ongoing research projects at Weill Cornell Medicine spanning from cancer gene/drug interaction networks, visualizing protein structures, manipulating embryos in VR and others. Finally, we will present ongoing XR projects that started during the pandemic, how they are helping clinicians and scientists further medicine and what a post-pandemic future holds for XR in Medicine.
About the speaker
Alex, is an Assistant Professor of Research in Physiology and Biophysics at Weill Cornell Medicine. He develops software solutions for the Englander Institute for Precision Medicine and Institute for Computational Biomedicine with projects spanning over healthcare system design, LIMS and pipeline design for computational genomic analysis. His research interest focuses on data visualization and interaction of healthcare and genomic data using new emerging technologies including augmented and virtual reality such as Hololens, Oculus Quest and Google Glass
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About the organizer
Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab is led by the Chair of the Department of Genetics at Stanford University, School of Medicine. We want to make precision health accessible to everyone on the planet, by leveraging cutting-edge advancements in biomedicine and computer science.
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