Center for Digital Medicine and Robotics
State-of-the-art medical data visualization methods
Biomedical Engineer - Trainee from Ancona - new member of the CMCR Team
Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Marche Polytechnic in Italy, Bachelor's degree from the University of Damascus in Syria and a year of ERASMUS internship at Instituto Superior Técnico in Portugal.
New CMCR employee - Visiting Professor Dr. Peter van Dam
He is currently working on improving the clinical value of the 12-lead ECG through the use of inverse cardiac modeling combined with digital technologies. Inventor of a number of patented technologies that improve both the clinical and economic features of the 12-lead ECG. Entrepreneurial mindset.
HoloLens2 mixed reality workshop at MTW 2023
Kamila Undas and Micah³ Piotrowski conducted workshop sessions on Mixed Reality HoloLens2 at MTW 2023 - National Conference of Medical School Students.
Digital medicine and robotics in cardiovascular disease
In mid-January, a delegation from the CM Center for Digital Medicine and Robotics consisting of Prof. Dariusz Dudek, MD (director of the CMCiR CM), Klaudia Proniewska, MD (deputy director of the CMCiR CM and the Department of Bioinformatics and Telemedicine at the Jagiellonian University CM) and Julianna Dabrowa (president of the Digital Medicine and Robotics SKN) held a seminar meeting at Sapienza Universita di Roma.
Objectives for the establishment of the CMCR CM
Provide access for academics, students at medical faculties, and doctors, participants in postgraduate studies of knowledge in advanced information technologies used in diagnostics and clinical treatment, particularly 3D imaging, immersive imaging technologies (virtual reality - VR, augmented reality - AR, mixed reality - MR), holography, 3D printing and artificial intelligence methods. In addition, the center aims to implement and disseminate knowledge of therapeutic procedures performed with the assistance of robots.
The Center for Digital Medicine and Robotics (CMCR CM) will enable the creating the infrastructure necessary to implement classes using these technologies in pre- and post-graduate education, and in courses and training. It will also enable scientific research on the impact of these technologies in clinical teaching. The Center for Digital Medicine and Robotics (CMCR CM) will also collaborate with the University's Network of Teaching Hospitals.
The ΔWaveECG: The differences to the normal 12‑lead ECG amplitude
Creation of a normal ECG amplitude distribution to enable the distinction by non-ECG experts of normal from abnormal waveforms of the standard 12‑lead ECG.
A New Computer-Aided Solution for the Automatic Detection of Metal Stent Struts in Follow-up Evaluation in OCT Images
Stenting is commonly used in the treatment of coronary artery disease. To optimize…
Assessment of the utility of Mixed Reality in medical education
MR technology can be a valuable resource that supports traditional medical education, especially via 3D…
Director of the Center
Deputy Director of the Center