The Human-Enabled Robotic Technology (HeRo) Lab aims to improve healthcare by synthesizing information, sharing knowledge, and assisting with the delivery of care. Our goal is to translate effective robotic technology into clinical use by focusing on novel electro-mechanical systems, intuitive teleoperation strategies, and human-robot sensory interactions (e.g. haptic, visual, auditory) for medical intervention, simulation, and training. We work closely with surgeons from the UTSW Department of Surgery, the Southwestern Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, and Children’s Hospital in Dallas, as well as Dell Medical School in Austin. We are part of the UT Robotics Consortium.

Interested in joining our team? Existing or admitted UT students, and potential postdoctoral scholars can contact Ann.MajewiczFey@utexas.edu. We are part of Texas Robotics which provides our students with excellent educational and training opportunities in robotics, as well as a vibrant community for research collaborations and good-ol’ robotics fun!

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