On Friday, October 8th 2021 from 6PM to 7PM, Prof. Alberto Arezzo will give a seminar to the ATLAS community, as part of the fifth Capita Selecta activity. The tile of this seminar is ‘The future of endoluminal robotics’, during which Prof. Alberto Arezzo will discuss his view on the topic.

Bio: Prof. Alberto Arezzo is currently an Associate Professor of Surgery and director of the University Master in Operative Digestive Endoscopy at the Department of Surgical Sciences of the University of Turin (Italy). He is also the research lead at MITIC, the Minimally Invasive Therapy & Innovation Centre (Italy) and the responsible for the Surgical Endoscopy Unit at the San Giovanni Battista Nuovo Molinette Hospital in Turin (Italy).

During his professional career, Prof. Alberto Arezzo has held numerous research and university positions, including the positions of Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Tübingen in Germany (1997-1999), Assistant Surgeon at ASL 1 Liguria in Italy (1999-2004), Assistant Surgeon at the Evangelic International Hospital in Genova, Italy (2004-2007) and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Turin in Italy (2007-2014). Prof. Arezzo received is Bachelor of Science in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Genoa in 1992 and obtained a Specialist Certification is General Surgery from the University of Genova (Italy) and the University of Tübingen (Germany) in 1997. He currently supervises one Assistant Professor of Surgery and four PhD students and has also been the supervisor of 100+ successful Master’s and Undergraduate projects at the University of Turin (Italy).       

Relevant link: http://medchirurgia.campusnet.unito.it/do/docenti.pl/Alias?alberto.arezzo – profilo

Capita Selecta is a virtual talk series organized by the ATLAS consortium with aim to promote cross-talk between ESRs and industrial and clinical partners. In each event, a delegate from an industry (e.g. partner) or a clinical representative is invited to give a talk on a selected topic relevant for the ATLAS project.