EngSci alumnus helps launch tool for breast cancer surgery

MOLLI Surgical's Ananth Ravi (left) and Fazila Seker (right)

MOLLI Surgical was launched in 2018 by alumnus Ananth Ravi (EngSci 0T4, left), an associate professor in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, and U of T alumna Fazila Seker (right), who serves as president and CEO of the company (photos courtesy of MOLLI)

 

University of Toronto researcher Ananth Ravi (EngSci 0T4) and U of T alumna Fazila Seker founded MOLLI, a company that has developed magnet-based technology that helps surgeons locate breast tumours more efficiently, causing less pain for patients.  Their streamlined process could help reduce surgery backlogs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read the full story of their innovative technology in the U of T News.


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