In collaboration with the Stanford Children's Health and Stanford CHARIOT Program, we are exploring how AI - enabled robots can improve peri-operative and inpatient pediatric experience
Hands On Robotics Team speak about the impact that robots can have for kids in the hospital
ABC7 San Francisco News Feature
Robotics demo bringing joy to young patients in the hospital
Univision feature, August 17th
Patients and families speak to the delight and calming effects the robots bring before surgeries!
Dr. Nguyen launched and directs the Hands On Robotics' research initiatives in medicine. She is passionate about exploring how AI-enabled robots can be beneficial to young patients in the hospital
Craig is a medical student, Stanford CHARIOT program researcher, and a FAER research fellow. Craig's work focuses on the medical integration and applications of these research projects in the clinical settings
Liana is an electrical engineering student at Washington University in St. Louis and has been integral to the growth of Hands On Robotics programming. As a part of the medical initiatives, she leads robotics programming and management
Saachi is a medical student at Stanford with a background in bioengineering research and device development and is a founder of a nonprofit working with children across the country. She is passionate about the intersection of medicine, technology, and patient-centered innovation, and she is excited to be part of the team to positively impact pediatric care.