AVATAR MEDICAL is selected to exhibit at JFR 2020

by | Aug 25, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

AVATAR MEDICAL is proud to announce that it is selected among the most innovative startups to present its collaborative VR solution at the Innovation Village of The Journées Francophones de Radiologie (JFR) from October 2 to 5, 2020.

During the four-day event, AVATAR MEDICAL will showcase its iLab 2020 award-winning VR assistant, which provides breast surgeons with immersive and interactive virtual reality visualization of 3D medical images of their patients.

“We are delighted to announce our attendance at JFR 2020,” said Xavier Wartelle, CEO, AVATAR MEDICAL.“We are excited to showcase the benefits of our technology that include enhancing image interpretation and improving pre-operative planning.”

Organized by the French Society of Radiology, the French Radiology Days are the unmissable event for the community of Radiology professionals as a whole.

About AVATAR MEDICAL:

AVATAR MEDICAL technology has been developed by a research team at Institut Pasteur in Paris, France in collaboration with breast surgeons from Institut Curie, the largest breast center in France. The technology instantly creates interactive 3D representations of patients based on standard medical images in an immersive virtual reality context. The 3D avatar generated in real-time provides an accurate representation of the patient’s anatomy and tumor morphology.

For research use only.

 

About JFR:

The Journées Francophones de Radiologie(JFR) is an annual Radiology congress that brings together radiologists and imaging professionals. Due to sanitary restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, international participation in JFR will take a different form-100% virtual version of the congress called the JFR.PLUS.

The JFR.PLUS platform will contain a recorded and live scientific program, a virtual technical exhibition, and the villages. The 80 scientific sessions highlighting different topics, including the state of medical imaging in the post-COVID 19 and the use of Virtual Reality in radiology, will benefit from an automatic translation in English and Spanish.

 

Hope to see you at our stand!

 

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