Dr Walter Greenleaf is a behavioral neuroscientist and a medical technology developer at Stanford University. With over three decades of research and development experience in the field of digital medicine and medical VR technology, Dr. Greenleaf is considered a leading authority in the field.
He has designed and developed numerous clinical systems over the last 33 years, including products in the fields of: surgical simulation, 3D medical visualization, telerehabilitation, clinical informatics, clinical decision support, point-of-care clinical data collection, ergonomic evaluation technology, automatic sleep-staging systems, psychophysiological assessment, and simulation-assisted rehabilitation technologies, as well as products for behavioral medicine.
Translating VR Research into Medical Impact
Walter Greenleaf (PhD), Stanford University
7.00 - 7.30 pm (CEST)
Thursday, September 24
Digital Therapeutics, XR, AI, Precision Medicine - The Future of Sensor-Driven Health
Saturday, September 26