Following a seeming trend in the CHIRON team at the moment (see Praminda Caleb-Solly’s success as STEM woman of the year a few weeks ago), Sanja has joined the ranks of other incredibly successful women on the CHIRON team.
Professor Dogramadzi develops medical and assistive robots at the laboratory. Her research focuses on the multidisciplinary use of robotics technologies in healthcare settings. She has been awarded funding in excess of £2.5 million since 2009 and is currently supervising and managing a team of 15 post-doctoral and doctoral researchers and junior lecturers.
The fourth annual ’25 Women in Robotics You Need to Know About’ list was compiled by RoboHub in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day. In all, 100 women have been featured to date with the list showcasing women working in research, development, and commercialization of robotics.