Michel Beyer

Background and Research Interest

Michel Beyer, a medical student enrolled at the University of Bern, also serves as a student assistant within the Swiss Medical Additive Manufacturing research group. His fervent interest centers around the convergence of artificial intelligence and coding within the realm of medicine, specifically concentrating on Craniomaxillofacial (CMF) surgery.

Currently, Michel is deeply engrossed in endeavors to propel the fusion of artificial intelligence and coding in the medical arena. His ongoing contributions involve the development of AI systems and coding scripts tailored for implant and cutting guide design. This progressive approach strives to alleviate the time-intensive nature of virtual surgical planning and manual design processes. By simplifying these procedures, Michel aspires to make them more accessible, rendering tangible benefits to both patients and healthcare professionals. The continuous evolution of AI technology promises to enhance and fortify point-of-care practices, ushering in a new era of precision and efficiency.


Michel Beyer
Student Assistant

Hegenheimermattweg 167C
4123 Allschwil, Switzerland