CEO/ Co-Founder, Precision OS Technology
While maintaining a surgical practice, Dr. Goel is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery. He is a member of the Canadian Orthopedic Association, Canadian Medical Association, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery and British Columbia Medical Association. Dr. Goel is fellowship-trained from the University of Western Ontario and Harvard University, and has had exposure to complex shoulder tendon transfers at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
In addition to being a treating orthopedic physician, and professor, Dr. Danny Goel is the CEO and a co-founder at Precision OS Technology a company which brings together orthopedic surgeons and high end game developers creating the most innovative and realistic medical orthopedic simulator experience. At PrecisionOS the aim is to disrupt global surgical education through VR. We aim to completely change how surgical education is delivered and improve performance. To date, surgical training has not been capable of providing context specific education without risking harm to the patient. At Precision, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the most relevant education to truly impact how healthcare providers learn and apply this knowledge.
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We're excited about the innovation of immersive experiential medical education, with standardized metrics. Using VR and AR we aim to help deliver meaningful surgical training and impact global patient care.
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