PhD student at CAMES
No. of publications: 7
Keywords: Temporal bone surgery; Simulation; Virtual reality; 3D-printed models; Surgical skills
Andreas Frithioff focuses on development and implementation of high-quality, evidence-based simulation training of temporal bone surgery using virtual reality simulation and 3D-printed models.
He aims to develop and validate 3D-printed models in the early acquisition of surgical skills in temporal bone surgery.
Frithioff A, Frendø M, Pedersen DB, Sørensen MS, Wuyts Andersen SA. 3D-Printed Models for Temporal Bone Surgical Training: A Systematic Review. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2021;194599821993384.
Frithioff A, Sørensen MS, Andersen SAW. European status on temporal bone training: a questionnaire study. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2018;275(2):357-363.
PhD Supervisors at CAMES
Steven AW Andersen