The distinguished members of our Resident Advisory Board represent the future Digital Orthopedic Leaders and are setting forth the future of surgical training.

Jay Levin, M.D. MBA

“PrecisionOS is at the forefront of virtual reality technology in orthopaedic surgery education and surgical simulation. Their technology allows wholesome preparation for complex procedures, from relevant anatomy to the step-by-step, implant-specific techniques required to obtain successful patient outcomes.

 

With the substantial growth of virtual reality across other industries, I am particularly excited to collaborate with PrecisionOS to aid the growth of virtual reality in surgical education as an everyday tool for case preparation and orthopedic knowledge acquisition.”

Giscard Adeclat, M.D.

“Virtual reality and related advanced technologies have the potential to radically change the way that people work, study, and play. In the field of medicine, more specifically Orthopaedic Surgery, VR has been implemented in surgical training with exciting success. I am particularly facile with VR and it has been an important part of my life for the past few years.

 

As an orthopaedic surgeon in training, I feel that I am in a unique position to support the growth of this technology through the software offered by PrecisionOS and share with other training programs across the country. Joining the Resident Advisory Board would provide me with this opportunity and would be an exciting experience as I begin my career.”

Marcelo Teixeira, M.D.

“Education is now more than ever bonded with technology. By using virtual reality, we can now learn modern orthopedic procedures in a hands-on approach. That wouldn’t be possible on regular residency education, but thanks to PrecisionOS, orthopedic learning is now faster and better, and I’m very excited to be a part of that journey.”

Christopher Antonacci, MPH, M.D.

“As a former teacher, I am interested in resident education and development of orthopaedic surgery learning tools that can be integrated into our daily training. Virtual reality serves as a promising resource to introduce residents to a variety of procedures and reinforce what we learn in the operating room.

 

Moreover, there is significant potential to conduct meaningful research regarding resident mastery of learning objectives with use of virtual reality so that both VR and resident education can continue to evolve and improve.”