If you’ve never heard the term digital neurosurgery before, you’re not alone. While it sounds like something out of a space opera, digital neurosurgery is likely the future of medical neuroscience. In this episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Thomas Picht, the first professor of digital neurosurgery in the world. We take a deep dive into everything that digital neurosurgery entails, exciting technological advancements in the field, and the future ramifications of the digitalization of medicine.
This episode’s points of interest cover:
- What is digital neurosurgery?
- The Adaptive Digital Twin in digital neurosurgery
- The challenges brain tumor neurosurgeons face and how Dr. Picht is trying to solve them
- Exciting technological advancements Dr. Picht is using in the field
- Dr. Picht’s research at the Berlin Simulation and Training Center
- How simulation training impacts education in the medical field
- How the advent of electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) improves patient outcomes
- The reason Dr. Picht chose digital neurosurgery
- Dr. Pichts advice for young digital neurosurgeons
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