MastOR was initiated based on technology and IP developed at the ISIR (Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique), part of Sorbonne University in Paris, together with Pr. Brice Gayet, a world renown digestive surgeon and pioneer in laparoscopy.
MastOR aims at developing a robotic surgical assistant for the most common minimally invasive (laparoscopic) procedures such as gallbladder removal or hernia repair, which are very frequently performed in community hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers. Our goal is to make those surgeries safer and more accessible for patients, with optimized resource utilization for healthcare providers.
MastOR is currently focusing on prototype development.