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journal of medical robotics research http www.worldscientific.com/worldscinet/jmrr read the inaugural special issue for free editor-in-chief jaydev p desai university of maryland medical robotics has been progressively revolutionizing treatment for at least the past two decades the journal of medical robotics research invites fundamental contributions to all areas of medical robotics including clinical evaluation studies the journal is primarily aimed towards bringing the scientific and technological developments as well as clinical evaluation studies in the area of medical robotics to a wider robotics and clinical audience new aims and scope the journal of medical robotics research invites fundamental scientific and technological contributions as well as clinical evaluation studies in several areas including but not limited to • robot-assisted surgery • image-guided interventions • rehabilitation robotics • assistive robotics • surgical simulation

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editorial board journal of medical robotics research -d ghy3 hvdl editor-in-chief department of mechanical engineering university of maryland college park md usa jaydev@umd.edu $pdqgd