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BME Seminars - Philippe CINQUIN

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We are pleased to announce that this week’s OpenYourMind seminar will be given by Philippe Cinquin, Professor at Joseph Fourier University and hospital practitioner at the University Hospital of Grenoble, Director of the TIMC-IMAG laboratory (CNRS / UGA) and Co-Director of Clinical Research Centre - Technological Innovation in Grenoble (Inserm / DGOS / CHU de Grenoble). The seminar will be held this Friday, 15/04/2016 between 1:30 pm and 3 pm in Amphi Fournel at ENSAM ParisTech (151, Boulevard de l’Hopital, 75013 Paris). The seminar topic will be “From computer-assisted medico-surgical interventions to symbiotic implantable robots”.


Philippe Cinquin, 60, is Professor of Medical Informatics at Grenoble (France). He heads TIMC-IMAG, UMR5525, a Research Unit of CNRS and of  University of Grenoble Alps, and co-heads CIC-IT 803 (Centre of Clinical Investigation – Technological Innovation) of INSERM and Grenoble’s University Hospital. He holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics and is a Medical Doctor. In 1984, he launched a research team on Computer-Assisted Medical Interventions (CAMI), which led to innovative surgical practice, benefiting to more than 100 000 patients, thanks to the creation of several startup companies. He recently turned on intra-body energy scavenging in order to power implanted medical devices.

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