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SurgiTrainer was born as a R&D spin-off with a team of medical and research doctors. Following this origin, we are collaborating with our know-how and resources into several research projects, mainly focusing on surgical training.


Our phylosophy is based on the continuous evolution with new projects and improvements to bring solutions to the end-users and to the market.


Our multi-disciplinary team allows us to keep up with the challenges faced by diverse medical specialties, offering us endless research opportunities.


Dr. Ramón Rovira

Founder – Chief Medical Officer

Leading specialist in the field of Gynaecology and Obstetrics and an expert in the treatment of gynaecological cancer. Coordinator of the Gynaecological and Obstretics Research Unit at the Sant Pau i Santa Creu University Hospital.

José Luís Pérez


Telecommunication engineer. He establishes and directs the strategies followed by Surgitrainer to achieve the set goals, and coordinates the collaborations with several Institutions and Entities.

Cristina Durán

R&D Engineer – Designer

Mechanical engineer and industrial designer. She coordinates and manages the work groups while deepening in the development of both our own products and collaborative projects.

Dr. Albert Hernansanz

Founder – Chief Research Officer

Robotics researcher at the Centre for Research in Biomedical Engineering (CREB-UPC). He participates in several European and Spanish co-founded research projects in the field of robotic surgery and medical simulation.

Joan Basomba


Software engineer. He worked on several research projects within the Department of Systems Engineering, Automation and Industrial Computing (ESAII) of the UPC. His research was focused on computer vision and surgical robotics applied to laparoscopic surgery.

Prof. Alicia Casals


Industrial engineer and professor of architecture and computer science at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). She directs the Robotics and Vision Group at the Centre for Research in Biomedical Engineering (CREB-UPC).

Roger Comas


Software engineer specialized in the design of applications for medical image processing and visualization. He also coordinates the product certification procedure.

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