QUOTED. Nov. 21, 2018. Boyle Cheng.
The Center for Surgical Arts in Pittsburgh is amassing big-ticket medical devices to train residents and fellows in a variety of surgical specialties. See what Allegheny Health Network's Boyle Cheng said about the Center here.
"[The Center for Surgical Arts] was meant to be a facility that could be used by all service lines. It's not just for neuroscience – it's for orthopedics and everybody else. Everyone in medicine benefits from understanding anatomy, surgical approaches, and ultimately how to treat patients. It's a facility open to anybody who wants to use it, and that includes [the device] industry, as well. We built the Center with the specific intent of medical education. The Center for Surgical Arts is really where technology meets science, and that's why it's an artform." –Boyle Cheng, director of research, Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Neuroscience Institute
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