Great Maze Pond,City of London,England
On July 3rd, 2014, the Vattikuti Foundation sponsored King's-Vattikuti Institute of Robotic Surgery was formally opened at Guy's Hospital, King's College London. Raj and Padma Vattikuti, Dr. Mahendra Bhandari, Dr. Mani Menon and several other dignitaries were present to join with Dr. Prokar Dasgupta, Chair of Robotic Surgery and Urological Innovation for King's College in the ceremonies. - See more at: http://vfrsi.vattikutifoundation.com/vattikuti-foundation-sponsored-institute-of-robotic-surgery-opens-in-london#sthash.ba2iDI6k.dpuf
04th Dec 2015 Site
We received word from King\'s College London that they have awarded a Research Fellowship to Mr. Nick Raison.
31st Dec 2015 Site
A team from the King's-Vattikuti Institute of Robotic Surgery in London have used a \"soft surgical robot\" for the first time on a human body.
11th May 2016 Media
Dr. Prokar Dasgupta has used a model of a cancerous prostate to guide his surgical decisions and educate his patient.
12th Sep 2016 Media
Partner Surgeon Prof. Pranjal Modi mentors two Guy\'s transplant surgeons who performed the UK\'s first robotic kidney transplants.
03rd Jun 2016 Media
Professor Prokar Dasgupta has earned some media coverage about the 3-D printed model of a patient\'s cancerous prostate.
03rd Mar 2015 Site
While waiting to catch a plane at the Ranchi, India airport coffee shop, Foundation CEO Dr. Mahendra Bhandari interviewed Prof. Prokar Dasgupta about robotic surgery in India and the VCQI.