The first robotic surgeon in the neurology field is the neuroArm and is the world’s first MRI-compatible surgical robot, which can perform both microsurgery and stereotaxy. The project began in 2001 with an initial investment of $ 2 million. It was developed by Dr. Garnette Sutherland, Professor of Neurosurgery in the University of Calgary Faculty Medicine. It was officially launched on April 17,2007.

2001 – NeuroArm