John Bennett MD: Editor -in-Chief

    John read Eric Topol MD’s book, The Creative Destruction of Medicine, and it changed the course of his life.  And it was fortuitous, too,  because his total dedication to digital medical content curation on the net combines  his  two passions; healthcare and computers.



    The mission of the Advisory Board is to ensure the highest quality material is shown on this site, in all areas, specialties, topics, etc.  In addition, advisors watch for any information in their medical niche  that may enhance the medical learning experience. We thank them!



    Simon Downes is a Clinical Psychologist, based in Tokyo, who has a varied background.  He is a third year Medical Student in Japan.

    Loves Hangouts!  Participates at all hours of the night from Japan. ….PhD (MD Candidate, currently in Med School), Clinical Psychologist at University of Tsukuba, Regulatory Affairs Consultant (FDA/CE/Japan) for bone conducted hearing aid in conjunction with Tokyo Medical Center Hospital 東京医療センター Bilingual spoken, written Japanese (In Japan since 1992) 医学生、発達心理学者 I



    John Hewitt, Engineer and Neuroscientist, former owner of CRE Precision, a machine shop based near Philadelphia, specializing in the design and manufacture of instruments for biomedical research.  Frequently writes for ExtremeTech.com

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    Spiritual force, maintaining what Albert Einstein once said, “It is amazing that curiosity survives formal education!”….Pieter Kubben MD, a Neurosurgeon from the Netherlands is a true internet savant, and it is scary to see that he is so young at 35! He was picked as one to the Top Ten Internet-Smart Doctors in the world for 2012 for many reasons. The big ones are his creation of the Number #1 Neurosurgical App in the world, called “Neuromind”. Also, he has written four other Medical Apps;, OrthoRef, Safe Surgery, Cervical Spine Injury and the Surgery Neurology International Journal, of which Pieter is the Editor-in-Chief. In addition, he does research, and is very active in the Medical Infomatics Field, and the speaking circuit, as evidenced by this TED talk.

    Blog | Video Resume | Twitter | Neuromind Program



    Engineers Have Created Biocompatible Microrobots That Can be Implanted Into the Human Body

    SOURCE  Sam Sia, a Biomedical Engineering Professor at Columbia Engineering recently led a team that used biomaterials that can safely be implanted in the body… Read More →

    First FDA Approval For Clinical Cloud-Based Deep Learning In Healthcare

     SOURCE: FORBES The first FDA approval for a machine learning application to be used in a clinical setting is a big step forward for AI… Read More →

    FDA-approved study uses adipose stem cells for treatment of shoulder injuries

    SOURCE Sanford Health is conducting the first clinical trial approved by the FDA to treat injured shoulders using patients’ adipose stem cells. “A number of… Read More →

    Could Anatomics BioModel Stereotaxy replace navigation or a robot?

    SOURCE Paul S D’Urso Neurosurgeon & Founder of Anatomics Because 3D printing is so accurate I was able to locate targets within .5 mm accuracy. Patient… Read More →

    $250 million awarded to new Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Innovation Hub

    SOURCE Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, the new institute is made up of governments, industry, academia, and non-profit organizations from across the country. Combined they have contributed $173 million… Read More →

    Self-assembling 3D printing inks produce more true-to-life tissue

    SOURCE Biological and chemical researchers are developing 3D printable inks capable of self-assembly, i.e. forming a shape based on a reaction within itself. In this… Read More →

    Urine Exosomes – An Emerging Trove of Biomarkers

     SOURCE Exosomes are released by most cells and can be isolated from all biofluids including urine. Exosomes are small vesicles formed as part of the… Read More →

    What is machine learning?

    SOURCE In this fascinating animation from Oxford Sparks, we take a look at how statistics and computer science can be used to make machines that learn for… Read More →