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1. Engineering the Future of Surgery A Symposium for Surgeons and Engineers April, 2002
2. How Next-Generation Medical Informatics Will Change Your Practice American College of Surgeons Spring meeting April, 2002
3. BioIntelligence Age New England Obstetrical and Gynecological Society April, 2002
4. Robotic Surgery and Telesurgery 1st Congreso Cientifico de La Pacultad de Medicina, VIII Congresso de Estudiantes de Medicina April, 2002
5. Historical Development of Robotic Surgical Systems Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery March, 2002
6. Overview of the Metrics for Objective Assessment of Surgical Skills Workshop: Setting Standard for Training and Evaluation of Surgical Technical Skills 8th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery (SAGES) March, 2002
7. Cardiac Surgery in the Post Information Age Providence Health System March, 2002
8. TED 12 February, 2002
9. How technology can improve healthcare on a global scale US Medicine Institute Health Study Forum February, 2002
10. Videoconference The Future of Surgical Education February, 2002
11. OR of the Future NewEra Cardiac Care 2002 January, 2002
12. American Board of Neuro Surgery Winter Meeting January, 2002
13. Holographic Medical Electronic Representation (Holmer) Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) January, 2002
14. Videoconference Next Generation Surgical Care January, 2002
15. Society of Endolaparoscopic Surgeons December, 2001
16. Next Generation Medical Technologies That Will Change the Face of Telehealth November, 2001
17. The BioIntelligence Age: Medicine and Engineering after the Information Age National Cancer Center, Japanese Society for Medical Virtual Reality November, 2001
18. BioIntelligence Age: Implications for the Future of Medicine 3rd Ceasarium November, 2001
19. Bio-Intelligence Age St. Francis Care Board Retreat October, 2001
20. The Biointelligence Age: Science and Medicine after the Information Age Robert Wood Johnson Medical School October, 2001
21. Fundamentals of Objective Assessment: MIST-VR Validation Studies Overview American College of Surgeons, New Orleans, October, 2001
22. Science after the Information Age: The BioIntelligence Age The Fifth International Conference on Java and Object-Oriented Software Engineering (JAOO) 2001 September, 2001
23. Colonoscopy-conventional or virtual Canadian Surgery Forum September, 2001
24. The BioIntelligence Age: Surgery after the Information Age Oak Ridge Laboratory August, 2001
25. BioIntelligence Age: Medicine after the information Age Symposium of Telemedicine/Telehealth August, 2001
26. BioIntelligence Age Implications for the Future of Medicine Emerging Therapies in Cardiovascular Disease August, 2001
27. Metrics Workshop July, 2001
28. Open Source Software Framework for Organ Modeling & Simulation Conference July, 2001
29. Congreso de Investigacion July, 2001
30. ATP 2001 National Meeting June, 2001
31. Technologies for Global Dissemination of Telemedicine: Mobile communication, ubiquitous computing and nanotechnology ISfT Conference June, 2001
32. The BioIntelligence Age: An Update on New Funding For Surgical Research EAES June, 2001
33. Image and Meaning Conference June, 2001
34. Cybersurgery European Society for Surgical Research (ESSR) June, 2001
35. ACS/NBETPP Steering Committee Meeting June, 2001
36. Army Telemedicine Partnership: Better Health for a Better World (TATRC) American Telemedicine Association (ATA) June, 2001
37. BioIntelligence Association of American Medical Colleges May, 2001
38. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, May, 2001
39. Current Trends in Surgical Simulation Using Virtual Reality SimTect 2001, Medical Simulation Symposium May, 2001
40. The Benefits of Simulation – A Personal Perspective SimTect 2001 Medical Simulation Symposium May, 2001
41. Health Technology Center (Health Tech) The Future of Minimally Invasive Surgery Expert Panel May, 2001
42. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Alcohol Sensor Workshop May, 2001
43. BioIntelligence Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College May, 2001
44. The Information Age University of Rochester May, 2001
45. Medicine in the Information Age Blaffer Lecture Series, University of Texas May, 2001
46. Application of Virtual Reality to Plastic Surgery University of Texas Medical School May, 2001
47. Science in the BioIntellegence Age University of Texas Medical School May, 2001
48. Objectives Assessment with Surgical Simulation Grand Rounds, University of Texas Health Science Center May, 2001
49. Bioitelligence in Surgery , IV Columbus Clinical Meeting “New Technologies in Surgery April, 2001
50. BioIntelligence Age – Science and Medicine After the Information Age , Grand Rounds, Dutka Advanced Technology Learning Center April, 2001
51. ACS Spring Meeting April, 2001
52. SAGES April, 2001
53. Carle Foundation Hospital April, 2001
54. Future of Surgical Technologies Eastern Long Island Chapter American College of Surgeons & Long Island Laparoscopic Club April, 2001
55. The Biointellegence Age and Virtual Medicine: Developments in Robot-Assisted and Image-Guided Surgery Association of American Medial College March, 2001
56. The Future of Digital Medicine Advanced Informatics in Medicine March, 2001
57. From Information Age to BioIntelligence Age Science and Medicine in the 21st Century and Beyond, The Cohos Evamy Partners February, 2001
58. icine with Telesurgery, Robotics and Virtual Reality Fritz Wenzel Science Conference Science/Technology February, 2001
59. Surgery in the 21st Century and Beyond Chicago Surgical Society and Metropolitan Chicago Chapter American College of Surgeons January, 2001
60. BioIntelligence Age: Implications for the Future of Medicine Medicine Meet Virtual Reality 2001 January, 2001
61. The BioIntellegence Age: Science after the Information Age Peter Kiewit Institute January, 2001
62. Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons December, 2000
63. The Future of Surgery, The Next 20 Years 71st Congreso Argentino de Cirugia November, 2000
64. Breakthroughs in Bio-Medical Technology National Committee for Quality Health Care’s Annual Conference November, 2000
65. Surgical Simulation using virtual Reality for Education and training Royal Australasian College of Surgeons November, 2000
66. Current Trends in Surgical Simulation Using virtual Reality International 2000 Educating for Quality Healthcare November, 2000
67. Virtual Colonoscopy 71st Congreso Argentino de Cirugia November, 2000
68. Surgical Education and Surgical Simulators 71st Congreso Argentino de Cirugia November, 2000
69. Telesurgery and Telerobotics 71st Congreso Argentino de Cirugia November, 2000
70. he Biointelligence Age: Science after the Information Age Designing Our Future, Rhode Island School of Design October, 2000
71. The BioIntelligence Age: Medicine After the Information Age BCATS Biomedical Computation at Stanford 2000 October, 2000
72. Extending the Interventional Environment-Virtual Telepresence in Surgery, American Institute of Architects October, 2000
73. American College of Surgeons October, 2000
74. What You Want and What You’ve Got The Society of University Otolaryngologists October, 2000
75. Future Technical Developments in Telehealth Second Annual Meeting of the International Society for Telemedicine (ISfT) October, 2000
76. SmartSystem 2000 September, 2000
77. The Impact of Technology on the Practice of Medicine in the 21st Century Edmonton 2000 Looking Ahead: Medicine in the New Millennium September, 2000
78. Clinical Practice, European Society of Sports, Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy September, 2000
79. Medicine in the 21st Century Grand Rounds New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens September, 2000
80. The Bio-Intelligence Age Mankind and Cancer Surgical Oncology at the Start of the Third Millennium September, 2000
81. Sandia National Laboratories August, 2000
82. Celebration Healthcare Celebration August, 2000
83. University of Maryland August, 2000
84. Bio-Intelligence Age Implications for the Operating Room 4th International Congress Computer and Robotics in the OR July, 2000
85. Seminar on Ultrasound July, 2000
86. Robotics European Association for Endoscopic Surgery June, 2000
87. DARPA Focus 2000 June, 2000
88. The Impact of Virtual Reality and Advanced Technologies on the Future of Medicine International Symposium on Telemedicine June, 2000
89. Surgery Surgical Technologies in the New Millennium, Use of Robotic Surgery, and Surgical Simulators for Training 7th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery June, 2000
90. Inventing the Future of Surgery Veldhoven May, 2000
91. Medicine and Surgery in the 21st Century Navel Health Care New England May, 2000
92. Highland Forum May, 2000
93. Future Technological Advances in Medicine and Surgery F.H. McCloud Medical Center May, 2000
94. American College of Surgeons Spring Meeting May, 2000
95. Mt. Everest-Physiologic Monitoring in Extreme Environments ATA 2000 May, 2000
96. Emerging technologies for the 21st Century 100th Annual 100th Annual Congress of Japan Surgical Society April, 2000
97. Medicine & Surgery in the 21st Century Grand Rounds, Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital April, 2000
98. Solomon Dutka Learning Center April, 2000
99. National Cancer Institute April, 2000
100. Future Technology in Medicine Army Navy Club April, 2000
101. BioMedical Engineering Columbia University April, 2000
102. Advanced Technology in the Future of Medicine Grand Rounds Cedars-Sinai Hospital April, 2000
103. Virtual Surgery Children’s Oncology Group April, 2000
104. Medicine beyond the Year 2000: Telepresence, Robotics and Virtual Reality American Medical Writers Association, Asilomar 2000 March, 2000
105. SAGES March, 2000
106. Reinventing Medicine in the Information Age 24 Annual Anesthesia Symposium March, 2000
107. Surgery and Medicine in the New Millennium – The Technology Takeover 7th Annual Vincent Feliciano March, 2000
108. Technologies in the New Millennium “Houston We Have a Problem” DC Congreso Internacional de Cirugia Endoscopica February, 2000
109. Medicine Beyond the 21st Century 26 Scientific Meeting Society of Gynecologic Surgeons February, 2000
110. Medicine in the 21st Century Eastman Kodak February, 2000
111. Future Trend in Computer Science and Medicine Foro Siglo XXI January, 2000
112. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Newport Beach January, 2000
113. NanoSpace 2000 League City January, 2000
114. National Space Biomedical Research Institute Retreat January, 2000
115. Electronic Media in Medicine and the Internet 8TH International Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS) December, 1999
116. Virtual Reality for Endoscopy & Surgical Simulation 8th Annual Symposium Critical Issues in Surgery December, 1999
117. Robotics & Telepresence for Surgery 8th Annual Symposium Critical Issues in Surgery December, 1999
118. Surgery beyond Laparoscopy 8TH International Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS) December, 1999
119. Biomedical Engineering Fair December, 1999
120. Medicine in the 21st Century Grand Rounds, Beth Israel Medical Center November, 1999
121. Medicine Beyond the 21st Century. Grand Rounds, Childrens Hospital, Los Angeles November, 1999
122. Biointelligence Age Breakthrough Surgical technologies November, 1999
123. Future in Surgery Breakthrough Surgical technologies November, 1999
124. State of the Art Telemedicine, Is telemedicine becoming medicine? Pori November, 1999
125. Virtual Reality Armed Forces Medical Centre November, 1999
126. Telemedicine Armed Forces Medical Centre November, 1999
127. Remote Surgical Techniques The Surgery Room of the 21st Century November, 1999
128. Virtual Reality and Advanced Medical Technologies to Support Astronaut in Space Voyages Pushing the Virtual Envelope October, 1999
129. Robotics, Telepresent Surgery and Virtual Reality: New World of Medicine Using an Endoscopic Approach Hungarian Medical Association of America October, 1999
130. Virtual Reality Surgical Skills Training Academic Orthopaedic Society October, 1999
131. The Biointelligence Age ATACCC October, 1999
132. Robotics in MIT: An overview about the scene, SMIT/CIMIT 11th Scientific Meeting September, 1999
133. Advances in Therapy for Acid-Related Diseases AstraZeneca, Medical Education Program September, 1999
134. Current Trends in Surgical Simulation Using Virtual Reality. 12th Annual International Symposium for Technology in Arthroplasty September, 1999
135. Virtual Endoscopy and Virtual Surgery SIOP-ASHP/O September, 1999
136. Surgery Beyond the 21st Century. The Knee Society September, 1999
137. The Future of Medicine , Cornucopia The 1999 North American Science Fiction Convention August, 1999
138. Healthcare Goes Digital Advanced Technologies in the Operation Room 2000 July, 1999
139. Applications of Medicine Using Telesurgery and Other Advanced Medical Technologies CARS 99 June, 1999
140. The Future of Telemedicine Telecom South Conference June, 1999
141. 7th International Congress of the EAES June, 1999
142. 3rd Annual North American Program on Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery June, 1999
143. What Can Be Done With Future Technology Texas Health Research Institute and the Presbyterian Institute for Minimally Invasive Technology May, 1999
144. Medical Applications-The Next 10 Years Sarcos INC May, 1999
145. Applications of Medicine Using Virtual Reality, Telesurgery and Other Advanced Medical Technologies Grand Rounds, Baystate Medical Center May, 1999
146. Teleoperation, Virtual Reality and Other Medical Applications for the Space Community Space Studies International May, 1999
147. Importance of the Visible Human for the Future of Health & Medicine National Library of Medicine April, 1999
148. Robotics-Telepresence and Virtual Reality, Surgical Simulators 4th Bi-Annual International Symposium on Advanced Laparoedoscopic Surgery April, 1999
149. Star Wars Medicine in the 21st Century Wesley Medical Research Institutes April, 1999
150. Telemedicine and Virtual Reality American Telemedicine Association April, 1999
151. Mind, Brain & Computing Highland Forum XII April, 1999
152. Virtual Reality, Telesurgery and Other Advanced Medical Technologies Joint Work Group on Image Guided Diagnosis and Treatment April, 1999
153. Surgery in the 21st Century. Worcester Medical Society April, 1999
154. Next Med Envisioning the Future of Medicine April, 1999
155. Aerosence 12 Annual International Symposium April, 1999
156. Multi-media, Virtual Reality, and TeleSensor Technology in Medical Profession March, 1999
157. Space Technology & Applications January, 1999
158. Medicine Meets Virtual Reality January, 1999
159. Telemedicine in the 21st Century Grand Rounds Lecture, John T. Mather Memorial Hospital January, 1999
160. Wireless Technology in Health Care Wireless Medical conference January, 1999
161. Surgery in the Future 4th International Congress on New Techniques in Surgery December, 1998
162. Informatics and Virtual Reality in the 21st Century The 18th Joint Conference on Medical Informatics November, 1998
163. State of the Art in Surgical Robotics Advance Endoscopic Surgery in the 21st Century. Education of the Surgeon in the 21st Century. Future Surgical Technology, X International Surgical Congress of the Asociancion November, 1998
164. Advanced Medical Technology ATACC 98 November, 1998
165. Technology Update, Minimally Invasive Surgery Telesurgery November, 1998
166. Creating Applications Based on the Visual Human Data Set National Institute of Health October, 1998
167. Advanced Technologies for the Next Generation of Medicine- Medicine 2001 4th Annual Michigan GI Consultant Conference October, 1998
168. Surgery 2001 October, 1998
169. Current and Future Technology in the Management of Trauma Technology in Trauma October, 1998
170. Virtual Reality and Training General Surgeons American College of Surgeon October, 1998
171. Medicine 2001 TTI Vanguard Con September, 1998
172. Cyberspace and Virtual Reality an Introduction to Surgical Simulator World Congress of Gastroenterology September, 1998
173. Robotics and Camera Assisted Surgery SMIT September, 1998
174. Medicine 2001 Medical Informatics August, 1998
175. Image 98 August, 1998
176. 56th World Science Fiction Convention August, 1998
177. Virtual Reality and Surgical Simulator, Robotic and Telepresence Surgery . Columbia Surgical Society XIV Congress Surgery 2001 August, 1998
178. Skill Assessment: Technology/Simulation 8th International Ottawa Conference on Medicine Education & Assessment July, 1998
179. Virtual Reality as Healing Art Siggraph 98 July, 1998
180. Bio-Medical Technologies Innovation & Technology 2030 July, 1998
181. Visionary Medicine in the Digital Age-3D Visualization for Medical Applications July, 1998
182. Virtual Reality, Robotics & Telepresence Surgery: Medicine at the Millennium Bioengineering & Orthopaedic Science Conference July, 1998
183. 6th Annual Congress on Women’s Health June, 1998
184. CARS 98 June, 1998
185. Computer and Robotics in the Operation Room 2000 June, 1998
186. Future Technologies 6th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery May, 1998
187. Future of Computer-Assisted Surgery and Robotics in Medicine Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society May, 1998
188. Virtual Reality and Surgical Stimulation. 8th World Congress of the International Gastro-Surgical Club April, 1998
189. Surgical Robots, Navigators, and Exercise Equipment for Computer-Assisted Therapies American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons April, 1998
190. New Engineering Technology Transfer in Orthopaedics American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons April, 1998
191. Advanced Technologies Telemedicine Symposium April, 1998
192. The Convergence of Medicine and Technology . 3rd Annual meeting of the American Telemedicine Association April, 1998
193. Military Medicine in the 21st Century 804th Medical Brigade Symposium March, 1998
194. Successfully Leveraging Commercial Technology to Achieve Defense Technology Superiority 1998 IEEE Aerospace Conference March, 1998
195. Advanced Medical Technologies in Surgery and Telemetric Medicine AAA Annual Meeting and Science Innovation Exposition. February, 1998
196. Remote Physiologic Sensors and Effectors: Is the Future Here Already? Frontiers in Critical Care 27th Educational and Scientific Symposium. February, 1998
197. Future Technologies of Minimally Invasive Surgery Academy of Surgeons February, 1998
198. Surgery 2001 Orthopaedic Association of the English-Speaking World February, 1998
199. Accelerating Technology Transfer: New Relationships for Academia, Industry and Government NextMed Conference. January, 1998
200. Medicine 2001 January, 1998
201. Virtual Endoscopy: A New Screening Tool Screening and Early Detection Task Force Meeting January, 1998
202. Telemedicine & Virtual Reality: The Current Status and the Future Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons December, 1997
203. Telemedicine and Virtual Reality Society of Laparoscopic Surgeon December, 1997
204. Virtual Reality and High Performance Computing in Medicine Symposium on Computational Biology December, 1997
205. Are We Unnecessary? A Look at Robotics. New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy’s 21st Annual Postgraduate Course. November, 1997
206. Robotics, Virtual Reality and Telemedicine: The First Steps to the Future International Symposium on Telemedicine. October, 1997
207. Ethics of Advanced Medical Technologies Society of Biomedical Education October, 1997
208. Virtual Reality for Medical Applications Information Technology Applications in Biomedicine September, 1997
209. Medical Virtual Reality: Current Status and Future Perspectives 4th International Congress on Surgery Meets High-Tech in the Information Age September, 1997
210. Beyond Laparoscopic Surgery Advanced Surgery Course. C.E.C.E. Conference July, 1997
211. Telepresence, Telerobotics and Virtual Reality 5th Annual Congress on Women’s Heath June, 1997
212. Simulator Training in MIS Future Education Now. Technology Forum June, 1997
213. Medical Technologies Beyond 2001 The Space Studies Institute Conference on Space Manufacturing May, 1997
214. Ethical Problems Posed by Laparoscopic Surgery 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery May, 1997
215. Beyond Laparoscopy-Robotics and Telepresence 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery May, 1997
216. Status of Virtual Reality and Surgical Simulators 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery May, 1997
217. Extending Laparoscopy to other Abdominal Procedures 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Laparoendoscopic Surgery. May, 1997
218. Virtual Reality Applications for Medicine Biocommunications: Balancing Technology and Human Potential May, 1997
219. The Practice of Medicine in the 21st Century: A Technological ViewPoint Aerospace Medical Association 68th Annual Scientific Meeting. May, 1997
220. Medical Advanced Concepts and Prototypes from Military Telemedicine to Virtual Reality Arthur Andersen’s Second Annual Healthcare Symposium May, 1997
221. Advanced simulation technologies for surgical education Second Annual Desktop Collaboration Conference and Exposition May, 1997
222. Star Wars Medicine in the 21st Century: ‘The O.R. of the Future Philadelphia College of Surgeons May, 1997
223. How to Apply Virtual Reality to Artificial Organ Technology American Society for Artificial Internal Organs 43rd Annual Conference May, 1997
224. New Directions in Imaging: Federal Multi-Agency Consortium on Imaging Technologies to Improve Women’s Health U.S. Public Health Service’s Office on Women’s Health Arlington May, 1997
225. A Glimpse of What Lies Ahead for the General Surgeon. American Society General Surgeons 4th Annual Meeting April, 1997
226. Military Applications The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Telemedicine Conference April, 1997
227. A Review of Virtual Reality in Telepresence Surgery The International Society For Gynecologic Endoscopy 6th Annual Congress. April, 1997
228. The Future of Monitoring Technologies Telehealth and Alternative Care Delivery Sites April, 1997
229. Advanced Simulation Technologies for Surgical Education American Board of Orthopedic Surgery April, 1997
230. Surgical Simulation for Surgical Education and Certification. American Board of Orthopedic Surgery April, 1997
231. Deployment Status of Emerging Technologies in Surgery American College of Surgeons 25th Annual Spring Meeting April, 1997
232. Virtual Endoscopy SAGES Scientific Session and Postgraduate Course March, 1997
233. Surgery and Star Wars: The Future of Surgery The Boston Surgical Society February, 1997
234. Satellites, Robots & Virtual Reality: Frontiers in Emergency Care Eighth Annual New Hanover Regional Medical Center Trauma Symposium. February, 1997
235. Virtual Reality Pan-Pacific Surgical Association 23rd Biennial Congress January, 1996
236. Telemedicine and Virtual Reality in the U.S Nordic Telemedicine Conference January, 1996
237. Medical Virtual Reality: The Current Status of the Future Medicine Meets Virtual Reality IV. January, 1996
238. Merging of Laparoscopic Digital Imaging Databases & Networking into Future Medicine The Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Endo Expo ’95 December, 1995
239. Surgery 2001: Laparoscopy, Virtual Reality and Telepresence Surgery Twelfth Annual Controversies, Problems and Techniques in Surgery Symposium. December, 1995
240. Prospects of Research in Remote Healthcare. World Congress on Telemedicine for the Development of the Global Information Society for Health November, 1995
241. Advanced Imaging Technologies for Endoscopic Surgery Advanced Imaging Technologies for Endoscopic Surgery November, 1995
242. Modern Medical Battlefield 38th Parallel Medical Society and Nursing Society October, 1995
243. Telepresence Surgery American College of Surgeons Postgraduate Course October, 1995
244. Telemedicine and Minimally Invasive Therapy Society for Minimally Invasive Therapy 7th Annual International Conference September, 1995
245. Telepresence, Robotics, and Virtual Reality for the Future of Surgery 53rd Annual meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Section of the American Urological Association September, 1995
246. Telesurgery and Robotics Joint IATSIC/Ambroise Paré International August, 1995
247. Integrating the Three Levels of ARPA Biomedical Program Virtual Reality R&D The 1995 IMAGE SIG Symposia July, 1995
248. Telepresence, Virtual Reality and the Future of Surgery Canadian Urological Association 50th Annual Meeting June, 1995
249. Telesurgery, Virtual Reality and the New World Order of Medicine ARS Electronica June, 1995
250. Virtual Simulation; The Reality of Virtual Reality; Computer Training Models Third International Congress on New Technology and Advanced Techniques in Surgery. June, 1995
251. Robotics, Telepresence and Virtual Reality in Surgery - Update 1995: Mentoring, Proctoring and Credentialing in the Era of Laparoscopic Surgery and Telemedicine. Second Bi-Annual International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery May, 1995
252. Surgery 2001: Beyond Laparoscopic Surgery European I.H.P.B.A. Congress Athens ’95 May, 1995
253. Telepresence: Virtual Reality IV International Congress of Endoscopic Surgery May, 1995
254. Surgery 2001: Laparoscopy, Virtual Reality and Telepresence Surgery. 1995 Annual meeting of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. May, 1995
255. Surgery 2001: A Framework for the Future of Surgery. American Urological Association Annual Meeting April, 1995
256. Personal Status Monitors and the “Millennium Toilet”: ARPA’s Role in Technology Reinvestment Second International Conference on the Medical Aspects of Telemedicine and Second Mayo Telemedicine Symposium April, 1995
257. Telesurgery 48th Annual Cancer Symposium March, 1995
258. Assessment of New Technology Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Annual Scientific Session and Postgraduate Course March, 1995
259. Virtual Reality, Telesurgery and the New World Order of Medicine Virtual Reality World ’95 February, 1995
260. Medicine is Dead. Long Live Medicine Medicine Meets Virtual Reality III January, 1995
261. Computer Assisted Decision Making Telemedicine ’95. January, 1995
262. Telemedicine in the 21st Century Health in the New Communications Age Conference December, 1994
263. Medical Applications of Telepresence and Virtual Reality. Belgian Institute for Automatic Control Seminar on Virtual Reality: Medical Applications November, 1994
264. Virtual Reality The Society for Minimally Invasive Therapy (SMIT) Sixth International Meeting 1994 October, 1994
265. Telemanipulation, Telepresence, and Virtual Reality for Surgery in the Year 2000 SPIE’s International Symposium on Photonics for Industrial Applications. October, 1994
266. Surgery 2001: A Framework for Future Technology in Surgery Australian International Virtual Reality Conference and Exhibition. October, 1994
267. Visions of the Future of Medicine International Congress of Gynecologic Endoscopy, AAGL 23rd Annual Meeting. October, 1994
268. Current and Future Technology for Minimally Invasive and Telepresence Surgery American College of Surgeons 80th Annual Clinical Congress October, 1994
269. The Future of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Virtual Reality 10th World Congress of Gastroenterology October, 1994
270. Implications of Virtual Reality Surgical Simulators in Surgical Training. 2nd International Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery September, 1994
271. Biomedical Applications of Virtual Reality Geneva Virtual Reality Fair September, 1994
272. Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 1994 Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, 1994 September, 1994
273. Minimally Invasive Procedures of the Future: A Surgical Opinion Technology Transfer in Image-Guided Therapy Conference. August, 1994
274. Medicine 2001: The King is Dead 1994 Virtual Reality and Persons with Disabilities Conference June, 1994
275. Telepresence and Virtual Reality for Urologic Surgery The British Association of Urological Surgeons 50th Annual Meeting. June, 1994
276. Virtual Reality Multimedia: A 4 Dimensional Educational Tool in Medical Education and Training 4th World Congress on Biomedical Communications June, 1994
277. Dual-Use: Military & Civilian Use Medical Applications 1994 IMAGE VII Conference June, 1994
278. Telepresence Surgery Mecklermedia’s 5th Annual Virtual Reality ‘94 Conference and Exhibition May, 1994
279. Current Progress in Minimally Invasive Surgery Beyond Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy -- What’s Next? What’s Possible American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Postgraduate Course. May, 1994
280. Robotics, Telepresence and Virtual Reality in the Year 2000 1994 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation May, 1994
281. Surgery 2001: A Framework for Surgery in the 21st Century; Battlefield Surgery for the Year 2000; Telepresence Surgery; Virtual Reality and Surgery: What’s New in Military Surgery Royal Australian College of Surgeons Annual Scientific Congress May, 1994
282. The Reality of Virtual Reality ociety of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) 1994 Scientific Session and Postgraduate Course April, 1994
283. Gynecologic Surgery in the 21st Century The 49th Obstetrical and Gynecological Assembly of Southern California. February, 1994
284. Update on Virtual Reality in Health Care: The New Future for Medicine and Surgery London Virtual Reality Expo ’94 January, 1994
285. The Third Hand and Missing Nose: Heterogeneous Anthropomorphic Mapping for Virtual Reality Medicine Meets Virtual Reality II - Interactive Technology & Healthcare: Visionary Applications for Simulation, Visualization, and Robotics. January, 1994
286. Advanced Surgical Technologies: The Next Generation The Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons, Annual Endoscopic Exposition, Endo Expo ’93 December, 1993
287. Telepresence and VR--A Framework for Surgery in the 21st Century Virtual Reality Vienna 1993 December, 1993
288. The Visionary’s Approach to Surgery in the 21st Century The Society for Minimally Invasive Therapy, Fifth International Meeting November, 1993
289. Surgery in the 21st Century Surgical Grand Rounds November, 1993
290. The Modern Medical Battlefield for the 21st Century Association of Military Surgeons of the United States 100th Annual Meeting November, 1993
291. Telepresence Surgery The Fifth EFDPMA Virtual Reality Conference November, 1993
292. The ARPA Biomedical Technology Program Telepresence and Virtual Reality Virtual Reality Systems Fall ’93 October, 1993
293. How Can Dual-Use Military Technology Contribute to Minimally Invasive Therapy? The State of Minimally Invasive Therapy-1993 Symposium. October, 1993
294. Telepresence, Robotics, and Virtual Reality: Advanced Medical Support for Extreme Environments Second International Design for Extreme Environments Assembly October, 1993
295. Surgery in the 21st Century MedPRO Changing Surgical Markets Conference October, 1993
296. Robotics, Virtual Reality and the Future: Minimally Invasive Surgery beyond the Millennium New Directions in Diagnostic and Therapeutic Modalities 1993 September, 1993
297. Surgery 2001: Beyond Laparoscopic Surgery 3rd G.I.-Tract Laparoscopic Surgery International Meeting September, 1993
298. Medical Applications National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council Committee on Virtual Reality Research and Development. August, 1993
299. New and Unique Minimally Invasive Techniques - Laparoscopic Surgery in the 21st Century International Symposium on Advanced Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery July, 1993
300. Surgery 2001: A Framework for the Future of Surgery Forum on Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery June, 1993
301. Surgery in the Year 2001 Image Society 1993 SIG Symposia June, 1993
302. Surgery in the 21st Century European Association for Endoscopic Surgery Conference June, 1993
303. Telepresence and Virtual Reality: Surgery in the 21st Century AAMI’s 28th Annual Meeting and Exposition May, 1993
304. Telepresence Surgery Virtual Reality ‘93 Conference May, 1993
305. Surgery 2001: A Technologic Framework for the Future SSI/Princeton Conference-The High Frontier Conference XI: Bringing the Vision of Space into Reality May, 1993
306. Virtual Reality for Anatomic and Surgical Simulation 1993 Conference on Intelligent Computer-Aided Training and Virtual Environment Technology May, 1993
307. Medical Applications Virtual and Dynamic Environments: New Strategies for Design Research Conference May, 1993
308. Surgery 2001: A Technologic Framework for the Future Virtual Reality International ’93 April, 1993
309. General Laparoscopic Surgery SAGES 1993 Scientific Session and Postgraduate Course March, 1993
310. Virtual Reality Surgical Simulator Virtual Reality Systems ’93 March, 1993
311. Initiatives in Biomedical Technologies American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineers (AIMBE), The Future of Health in America. March, 1993
312. Telepresence Surgery and Virtual Reality: Windows to the Future Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas February, 1993
313. Surgery 2001: Telepresence in Surgery The Engineering Foundation Conference on Future Directors for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery III February, 1993
314. Virtual Reality: A New Paradigm for Medicine 13th Annual San Diego Cardiothoracic Surgery Symposium February, 1993
315. Robotics in Surgery: Our Future as Surgeons Dutch 90th Annual National Surgical Congress December, 1992
316. Advanced Technology for Surgeons: Telepresence and Virtual Reality Endo Expo ‘92, Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons December, 1992
317. Telepresence Surgery: Minimal Access Surgery for the 21st Century 2nd Annual Surgicial Minimal Access Surgery Symposium November, 1992
318. Advanced Teleoperator Technology for Enhanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Roma Chirurgia ‘92, International Congress of Surgery November, 1992
319. Surgery 2001: Beyond Laparoscopic Surgery 4th International Conference, Society of Minimally Invasive Therapy. November, 1992
320. The State of Telepresence Surgery and Virtual Environment Simulators for Surgical Applications Visualization ‘92 Conference, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers October, 1992
321. Telepresence Surgery: Medical Implications for Virtual Reality Virtual Reality ‘92, 3rd Virtual Reality Conference September, 1992
322. Telepresence: Endoscopy in the Year 2000 International Congress of Gynecologic Endoscopy September, 1992
323. Simulated Abdominal Surgery Medicine Meets Virtual Reality June, 1992
324. 3-D Vision and Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery Systems 3rd World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery June, 1992
325. Surgery 2001: A Technologic Framework for the Future of Surgery Medicine Meets Virtual Reality June, 1992
326. Telepresence: Advanced Teleoperator Technology for Minimally Invasive Surgery Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgery Annual Scientific Session April, 1992
327. Telepresence Surgery and Virtual Reality Virtual Reality Conference February, 1992
328. Telepresence Surgery: Current Status Society of Minimally Invasive Therapy November, 1991
329. Current Status of Training and Credentialing in Laparoscopic Surgery The Uniformed Services University of Health Science (USUHS) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Training Course October, 1991
330. An Evacuation Hospital in Support of Operation Desert Storm October, 1991
331. Current Spectrum of Laparoscopic Surgery American College of Surgeons October, 1991
332. Desert Storm after Action Conference July, 1991
333. Medical Applications Biosphere Conference July, 1991
334. Telepresence Surgery Conference on Virtual Worlds: Real Challenges June, 1991
335. Surgery in Space 10th Biennial SSI/Princeton Conference on Space Manufacturing May, 1991
336. Innovative Technology SAGES Annual Scientific Session April, 1991
337. Desert Storm Clinical Surgery Conference April, 1991
338. Initial Experience with the Surgical Capabilities of Military’s New Deployable Medical System (DEPMEDS) The Priestly Society Annual Surgical Scientific Session October, 1990
339. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: Current Status of Training and Credentialing the Uniformed Services University of Health Science (USUHS) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Training Course July, 1990
340. Standards of Practice and Granting of Privileges: The 1990 S.A.G.E.S. Survey Annual S.A.G.E.S Scientific Session and World Congress March, 1990
341. Development of a Surgical Endoscopy Database for Quality Assurance World Congress of Surgical Endoscopy March, 1990
342. Resident Education in Surgical Endoscopy: The 1990 S.A.G.E.S Survey Annual S.A.G.E.S Scientific Session and World Congress March, 1990
343. Utilization of Video Technology in Surgical Endoscopy UCLA-Cedars Sinai Medical Center Surgical Conference May, 1989
344. Fiberoptic versus Video Endoscopy American College of Surgeons April, 1989
345. Military Field Medicine: The Grenada Invasion Wyoming State Annual Scientific Session June, 1988
346. Impact of Video Endoscopy on Surgical Training Annual Scientific Session April, 1988
347. Artificial Anal Sphincter Spring Surgical Symposium of the Naval Hospital March, 1988
348. Current Generation Video Endoscopes SAGES Annual Scientific Session April, 1987



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