Technologies with a Focus and Applications in Clinical Simulation, Training and Medical Education

Simulation technology is used for teaching and assessing skills of health providers. Medical simulators imitate real patients, anatomic regions, or clinical situations in which medical services are rendered. Technological advancements leading to high fidelity and increasingly realistic simulators has considerably and meaningfully promoted the educational use of these technologies in academic and medical settings.

Researchers working in this area include:

Harry Dankowicz

Thomas Huang

Thenkurussi (Kesh) Kesavadas

Girish Krishnan

Steven LaValle

Citlali López-Ortiz

Arif Masud

Hadi Meidani

Martin Ostoja-Starzewski

Dusan M. Stipanovic

Rizwan Uddin

Jeffrey Woods