New Course! Rad206: Mixed-Reality in Medicine

RAD206 (Mixed-Reality in Medicine) is a new project course in Autumn 2018, primarily targeted to engineering students who wish to learn about mixed-reality technology and apply it to real-world medical problems. Students will be given hands-on experience learning to develop for the Microsoft HoloLens, and guided through medical application projects with mentorship from practicing medical faculty and fellows.

This course is offered by the Department of Radiology to all Stanford Students.  The IMMERS facilities, personnel and sponsors will all contribute to the course.  In particular, we are grateful to Microsoft for providing Mixed-Reality headsets, and the VPTL for a small funding grant.

Please see the course website rad206.stanford.edu for complete details!

Bruce Daniel MD  (Director)
Professor, Radiology
and Bioengineering

bdaniel@stanford.edu

Brian Hargreaves PhD  
(Co-Director)   
Professor, Radiology,
Electrical Engineering 
and Bioengineering
bah@stanford.edu

Contact Information

Lucas Center for Imaging 
1201 Welch Rd, Stanford, CA 94305-5488

Directions to Lucas Ctr