Giulia Gamberini received the B.Sc. degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Bologna, in July 2020, with a thesis carried out at the Council of National Research (CNR) at the Institute for the Microelectronics and Microsystem (IMM) of Bologna and titled "Development of optoacustic emitters in optical fibre based on carbonized photoresist patterns". In December 2022, she pursued the M.Sc. degree (with honors) in Bionics Engineering jointly from Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and the University of Pisa.
During her master thesis, titled "Validation of a high-fidelity simulator to optimize robot-assisted manipulation of delicate tissues", and carried out in the framework of an Intuitive Technology Research Grant within the "Surgical Robotics and Allied Technologies Area" lab, she developed a sensorized high-fidely vessel simulator for training surgeons who use the da Vinci Robot (by Intutive Surgical, USA).
Currently, she is a first-year PhD student in BioRobotics, within the "Surgical Robotics and Allied Technologies Area" lab at the BioRobotics Institute (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), under the mentoring of Professor Arianna Menciassi and Dr. Selene Tognarelli. She is actively involved in "Proximity Care" Project of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, in the line concerning "health professional training" in the inner areas of Garfagnana (Lucca, Italy).
High fidelity simulation, Training, Robotic Surgery, da Vinci Robot.
Inner Areas, Proximity Care, Healthcare training.