The students ended the academic portion of the FSIE Summer Internship program with a special hands on didactic in the lab. The team headed out to the off-site FSIE partner lab facility for an outstanding session on electrosurgery. We started off with an introductory didactic where they got to hear how all their physics classes do actually pay off in real surgical applications (V=IR, Ohm's law anyone?). Then they performed flexible endoscopic surgery on live and explant human simulation models. The day concluded with an absolutely mind blowing and inspiring lecture about the future of medicine by Dr Lee Swanstrom (TED talks ain't got nothin' on our FSIE President!). A huge thanks goes to John Day and ERBE for supporting this lab! It was a perfect way to end the summer student program!
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