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Le président du conseil d’administration de Vivior reçoit un prix pour sa contribution exceptionnelle à la chirurgie réfractive

Michael Mrochen, PhD, président du conseil d'administration de Vivior, reçoit le Prix Casebeer de l'International Society of Refractive Surgery.

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Michael Mrochen, PhD, président du conseil d’administration de Vivior (Photo: Business Wire)

Michael Mrochen, PhD, président du conseil d’administration de Vivior (Photo: Business Wire)

L'International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS), un partenaire de l'American Academy of Ophthalmology, est la principale organisation mondiale pour la chirurgie réfractive. Chaque année, l'ISRS récompense des membres pour leurs contributions particulières à l'organisation, ainsi que pour leur dévouement au domaine. Le Prix Casebeer récompense une personne pour ses contributions exceptionnelles à la chirurgie réfractive, par des recherches non traditionnelles et des activités de développement (https://www.isrs.org/about-isrs/awards).

Michael Mrochen est mondialement connu pour son travail novateur en chirurgie cornéenne au laser, le cross-linking, la biométrie oculaire et les implants cornéens pour la correction de la presbytie et de l'hypermétropie.

Mario Stark, PDG de Vivior, souligne que « nous sommes fiers chez Vivior que l'ISRS reconnaisse le travail exceptionnel réalisé par Michael au cours des décennies pour faire avancer le choix des traitements en ophtalmologie. C'est un honneur pour nous de l'avoir comme président ».

M. Arthur Cummings, président du comité médical consultatif de Vivior, ajoute que « Michael est un innovateur par excellence, apportant des avancées scientifiques destinées aux chirurgiens, afin de nous aider à offrir le meilleur traitement à nos patients ».

À propos de Michael Mrochen :

Michael Mrochen, PhD (Dr. rer. medic.) est entièrement dévoué à l'amélioration des diagnostics et traitements à l'aide d'instruments médicaux ophtalmiques d'un point de vue scientifique, technologique et commercial. Il a mis au point de nombreuses technologies dans le domaine des équipements médicaux ophtalmologiques ayant mené à de nouvelles applications et produits sur le marché.

Les travaux scientifiques de Michael sont représentés par plus de 100 articles publiés dans des revues à comité de lecture, des chapitres de livres et des publications de conférences dans le domaine des appareils ophthalmiques. Il a en outre généré plus de 25 brevets nationaux et internationaux. Il fut également un des cofondateurs de l'International Congress of Wavefront Sensing et de l'International Congress of Corneal Cross Linking.

À propos de Vivior :

Vivior est une start-up suisse de la santé numérique fondée en 2017 par un groupe de professionnels expérimentés dans le domaine des soins de la vue. La société développe un nouveau dispositif portable pour mesurer objectivement les données comportementales du patient avant toute opération chirurgicale réfractive et de la cataracte. L'appareil collecte les données des activités quotidiennes des patients, traite ces données dans le cloud et analyse le mode de vie des patients à l'aide d'algorithmes d'apprentissage machine. Cette combinaison révolutionnaire améliore la compréhension des besoins des patients et permet aux chirurgiens de proposer à chaque patient une solution personnalisée optimale.

www.vivior.com

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