PhD student at CAMES
Specialty: Ears, Nose, Throat (ENT)
No. of Publications: 18
Keywords: Surgical training; simulation-based training.
Martin Frendø focuses on virtual reality training of temporal bone surgery. He aims to bridge the gap between different training modalities (Virtual Reality, 3D-printed temporal bones, human cadaveric specimens) to improve surgical training in otology. In addition, he is involved in various other clinical and educational projects.
Frendø M, Konge L, Cayé-Thomasen P, Sørensen MS, Andersen SAW. Decentralized Virtual Reality Training of Mastoidectomy Improves Cadaver Dissection Performance: A Prospective, Controlled Cohort Study. Otol Neurotol. 2020;41(4):476-481.
Frithioff A, Frendø M, Mikkelsen PT, Sørensen MS, Andersen SAW. Ultra-high-fidelity virtual reality mastoidectomy simulation training: a randomized, controlled trial. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2020;277(5):1335-1341.
PhD Supervisors at CAMES
Steven AW Andersen Lars Konge