surgery research & innovation

Innovation & Robotic Surgery

Surgeons are given the responsibility to design new new projects that will enhance patience treatment and outcomes.

Our programs are designed to “groom” the next generation of surgical innovators with the aim of developing surgical professionals that will find world recognized surgical solutions.

For over 20 years, Drs. Vyas and Matolo have championed the cause of exciting young surgeons, grow this program and bring new solutions that will serve humanity.

Surgical innovation has revolutionized patient care. Dr. Vyas’ work has continuously given him the opportunity to work on next generation of instruments to make surgeries safer for patients. Dr. Vyas’ publications clearly outline his work and commitment to safe surgeries.

  • Vyas D. A mission for next generation Robotic Surgery. American Journal of Robotic Surgery, Volume 1, Number 1, June 2014, pp. 38-41(4).
  • Vyas D, Wafa Abdullah. Robotic diligent and expeditious detorsion of gastric volvulus. Videoscopy-JLAST and part B January 2014, 24.
  • Vyas D, Jay Shah, Vyas Arpita. History of robotics surgery in surgical specialties. American Journal of Robotic Surgery, Volume 1, Number 1, June 2014, pp. 12-20(9).
  • Vyas D., Liza Gill. Navigation systems in liver surgery: The new challenge for surgical research. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A., Vol 23, No. 4, 2013.
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