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SMIT - who we are

The international Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (iSMIT) was formed in 1989 under the name "Society for Minimally Invasive Therapy" (SMIT) by an innovative group of medical practitioners led by John Wickham. The founding members were leaders in their fields and were dedicated to the multidisciplinary advancement of minimally invasive therapy in an attempt to reduce patient trauma arising from traditional surgical operations or radiological interventions. The current membership base includes representatives from most medical specialties, instrument manufacturing, biomedical engineering and research out of >25 countries. As to reflect this broader membership as well as to attract further members not necessarily only within minimally invasive therapy, the name of the Society was formally changed to "international Society for Medical Innovation and Technology" iSMIT.


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EU Projects

Minimally Invasive
Surgery Week

OR Ready


SMIT EU Project Fusimo

Patient specific modelling
and simulation of focused
ultrasound in moving organs
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OR Ready-SMIT

 OR Ready


SMIT EU Project iiios

Focused Ultrasound
Surgery Foundation

SMIT EU Project nanoperation

Drug delivery to cancer
cells using MRI (magnetic
resonance imaging)
guided focused ultrasound