Professor Sanja Dogramadzi is leading Healthcare Robotics group in Bristol Robotics Laboratory. She has a degree in Mechanical and Control Engineering and holds a PhD in medical robotics from University of Newcastle. Her research interests include design and control of surgical robots for minimally invasive fracture surgery and robot-assisted MIS, rehabilitation robots, physical assistance robots and safe and ethical human-robot interaction. She has led many research projects funded by UK councils and European Commission and is currently a coordinator and PI on H2020 funded Smartsurg project (www.smartsurg-project.eu), PI for EPSRC funded I-DRESS project (https://i-dress-project.eu), the PI on H2020 funded Marie Curie ITN Socrates (www.socrates-project.eu) and the technical lead for Innovate UK funded CHIRON project (https://chiron.org.uk). She is a member of the BSI/ISO standardisation initiative for medical robots (JWG9).