Esteemed Neurosurgery Professor and Spinal Surgeon Dr. Erica Bisson Joins Proprio As Research Advisor

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Proprio, the Seattle medical technology company enabling surgeons to perform complex procedures through the combination of computer vision, machine learning, and immersive technology, is pleased to announce that Dr. Erica Bisson, MD, MPH has joined as a Research Advisor. 

Dr. Bisson, Professor of Neurosurgery and Adjunct Professor of Orthopedics within the University of Utah’s Spine Division in their Department of Neurosurgery, specializes in complex spinal surgeries, and has an extensive background in treating degenerative spinal conditions, spine trauma, and spine injuries. 

“We’re honored to have Dr. Bisson join us as an integral research advisor to our team,” Gabriel Jones, CEO and Co-founder of Proprio emphasized. “As we leverage technology breakthroughs to deliver the new way of seeing for surgery, insight and expertise like Dr. Bisson’s is essential. We’re thrilled to welcome Dr. Bisson to our world-class team, and look forward to ongoing collaboration with her to create opportunities for unprecedented advancements in the medical industry.” 

“I look forward to advising Proprio on the development of their technology and discussing how it can positively impact the surgical suite of today,” noted Dr. Bisson. “Proprio has an opportunity to improve both surgeon and patient outcomes by blending new technologies with surgical expertise, and I am eager to take part in this exciting endeavor.” 


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