Steven A. W. Andersen

​MD, PhD

Postdoc & Associate Professor at CAMES

Specialty: Ears, Nose, Throat (ENT)
No. of Publications: 54
H-index: 15
Keywords: Otorhinolaryngology;
temporal bone surgery; virtual reality simulation; technical skills training; cognitive load 

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Steven Andersen currently focuses on patient-specific simulation within temporal bone surgery based on clinical imaging. He aims to ensure that specialists can rehearse and plan difficult surgical procedures ahead of operating on patients.   

To integrate patient-specific simulation intraoperatively, enabling surgeons to have real-time guidance by the patient-specific simulation plan during surgery. 

Selected Publications

Andersen SAW, Varadarajan VV, Moberly AC, Hittle B, Powell KA, Wiet GJ. Patient-specific Virtual Temporal Bone Simulation Based on Clinical Cone-beam Computed Tomography. Laryngoscope. 2021 Mar 29. Epub ahead of print. 

Andersen SAW, Nayahangan LJ, Park YS, Konge L. Use of Generalizability Theory for Exploring Reliability of and Sources of Variance in Assessment of Technical Skills: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Acad Med. 2021 May 4. Epub ahead of print.

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