Gloria L. Hwang

Gloria L. Hwang received the B.A. degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA in 1996, and the M.D. degree from Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, in 2001. She completed an internship in surgery at Stanford Medical Center in 2002, a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Stanford Medical Center in 2006, and a fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Stanford Medical Center in 2008. She is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of radiology at Stanford University. Her clinical and research interests include image-guided cancer treatments, including percutaneous tumor ablation and transarterial cancer therapies, and percutaneous liver interventions.

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Methods for Improving the Curvature of Steerable Needles in Biological Tissue
Percutaneous interventions involving the insertion of needles to anatomic targets within the body are applied in the diagnosis and treatment of many diseases. Robotic needle steering, a technique for inserting flexible needles along curved paths through tissue, has the potential... Read more