Harry van Goor, MD, PhD, FRCS
Surgical Education, Radboud University Medical Center

Harry van Goor, MD, PhD, FRCS is a Professor of Surgery and past interim chair of the Department of Primary and Community Care of the Radboud University Medical Center. He has published over 350 peer reviewed papers in a broad field of surgical care, medical device development and digital technology supported care innovation. He is leading several technology tracks in the ‘fewer Bricks, more Bytes, different Behaviour’ (BBB) programme to improve care and wellbeing of patients, and healthcare workers in- and outside the hospital, including intuitive personalized wayfinding, continuous monitoring with wearable devices and predictive analytics, Ambient Intelligence in the hospital and at home, and Virtual Connected Care. He is chairing a European private-public program R4Heal, that develops and validates an integrated healing system. In this program several VRx projects are performed on acute and chronic pain management, Fit4Surgery and rehabilitation for various purposes @home. Harry van Goor led the team of in-hospital and hospital@home continuous monitoring of vital signs during the COVID-19 crisis and the long COVID VR@home rehabilitation program. Harry is advisor of several (inter)national start-ups in digital health and of medical device companies. He is a Frank Lloyd Wright connoisseur and is passionate about mid-century architecture.