Stanford Workshop on Medical VR and AR: Surgical Planning and NavigationSabine Girod, MD, DDS, PhDProfessor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and, by courtesy, of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. Stanford University Augmented reality for robot-assisted surgeryAnthony Jarc, Ph.D.Manager of Research and Data Science at Intuitive Surgical Advances in Haptics for Medical Applications — From Surgery to RehabilitationAllison Okamura, Ph.D.Professor in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University Coffee break Enhancing and augmenting human perception with sensors and artificial intelligence technologiesAchin Bhowmik, Ph.D.CTO and EVP at Starkey Hearing Technologies Panel: The Bleeding Edge of Medical AR & VR: Perspectives of early physician adopters using AR & VR in their practice.Moderators: Bruce Daniel, MD, Professor of Radiology, Stanford UniversityBrian Hargreaves Ph.D. Professor of Radiology, Stanford UniversityPanelists: - Neurosurgical planning using VR- Gary Steinberg MD, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of Neurosurgery, Stanford University - MR-guided lumpectomy- Amanda Wheeler MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery, Stanford University - Stanford Virtual Heart - educating physicians, patients and families about complex congenital heart defects using VR- David Axelrod MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Stanford University - Chariot - Using VR to improve patient experiences during medical procedures- Tom Caruso MD, M.Ed. Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University- Sam Rodriguez, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University Panel: VR/AR for Surgery and Medical EducationModerator: Ed Chang, Ph.D. President of HTC Research and HealthcarePanelists: - Moty Avisar, MSE, MBA, Co-Founder and CEO of Surgical Theater- Justin Barad, MD, Co-Founder and CEO of OssoVR- Andinet Enquobahrie, Ph.D., MBA, Director of Medical Imaging, Kitware- Josh Richmond, MS, Senior Director of Engineering, Synaptive Medical The Dramatic Impact of VR / AR technology on Mental and Behavioral HealthWalter Greenleaf, Ph.D. Visiting Scholar at Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab Demo Highlights Interactive Demo Session
Dr. Durnell teaches at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, the topic of Consumer Behavior, which focuses on consumers’ decision making based on theoretical and empirical findings from psychology, anthropology, and sociology and includes engagement, emotions, and social influences. Also explored is consumer behavior analysis on marketing strategies, market segmentation/positioning, brand loyalty, the persuasion process, and promotion. Ethical and moral motivations and the impact on social change are discussed.