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Because research is a core mission at Beaumont, the Applebaum Simulation Learning Institute was established in part to afford greater access to new discoveries, technology and treatments.
The Institute allows researchers to test advanced surgical technology and medical devices in a secure, yet realistic environment. It offers physicians an arena to conduct research on medical devices and equipment, and to advance groundbreaking treatment protocols in the operating room.
The Institute is affiliated with the Beaumont Commercialization Center, which works with medical researchers and industry to develop and test medical devices.
In 2007, the Institute acquired several pieces of equipment that will be used in research to evaluate the dexterity of surgeons. This special equipment includes the Minnesota Dexterity test, the Purdue pegboard test, the O'Connor finger dexterity test and the O'Connor dexterity testing tweezers.
Three publications have already resulted from research done here:
Other current research includes:
To learn more about research conducted here, call 248-898-5566.