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Published on Oct 16, 2015
Ori Hadomi, CEO of Mazor Robotics, will tell the story of his dream that didn’t die. On the way Ori Hadomi will share the key lessons he learned in his 13 years at the helm of Mazor Robotics. He will combine his thoughts on leadership, team building, and his path on the road to Ithaca, showing what measures he has taken so that Mazor Robotics, even after 13 years, still drives innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of medicinal robotics.
Ori Hadomi is the CEO of Mazor Robotics Ltd., a company that develops and markets robotic-based surgical guidance systems. Surgical robots are at the forefront of medical development, and Mazor Robotics is the pioneer of bringing such systems to spine and brain surgeries, a field where accuracy is of paramount importance and measured in sub-millimetric units. After over 10,000 surgeries, it is safe to say that Mr. Hadomi and his team at Mazor Robotics play a major role in writing the future of robotics in spine and brain surgeries. With over 2 decades of experience in the medical device industry, with the last 13 years at the helm of Mazor Robotics, Mr. Hadomi will talk about the lessons he learned developing and commercializing medical and surgical devices. To read the full bio please visit http://tedxwhu.com
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