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- Engineering Innovation in Trauma Surgery - #53
In this EAST Careercast, Dr. Laszlo Kiraly interviews Dr. Albert Chi, Associate Professor of Surgery at Oregon Health & Science University, on developing a career involving engineering innovation in the setting of trauma surgery. Dr. Chi shares his insights into a unique career path that has allowed him to lead the development of remarkable bionic prosthetic devices. This field integrates surgery, software engineering, biomedical engineering, rehabilitation, orthopedics, and more. Dr. Chi details his career steps, the unique technical innovations in his field, and advice for future innovators.
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