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Peter Wiklund, professor. 
Peter was educated at the Karolinska Institute. He is a professor and works at the Karolinska Solna Hospital. 
Medical degree in 1983, doctorate in 1985 at the Karolinska Institute, a specialist in urology in 1993. Professor of Urology at Karolinska Institutet in 1999. 
Peter is one of the pioneers in robotic surgery in Europe. He started back in 2001 with robotic surgery. Peter has trained a large number of European robotic surgeons and is a course leader for robotic surgical education both at the European Society of Urology (EAU) and the American Urological Society (AUA). He is a frequently invited speaker at international scientific meetings and does demonstration operations in several countries.
Peter Wiklund has a keen interest in education and research, and has published over 200 scientific articles and book chapters. Many of them covers the development of robotic surgery in the urological field. He has also served as editor of several textbooks on robotic surgery. 
Peter is Vice Chairman of the EAU Robotic Urological Section (ERUs)

Olof Jansson, specialist in urology
Olof was educated at the Karolinska Institute and received his MD in 1991. Doctoral degree in 1999 at the Karolinska Institutet, Department of Urology. Specialist in Urology in 1999 and worked until 2001 at the Department of Urology  at Karolinska Hospital. Then he founded a private outpatient clinic in Stockholm. 
Olof has been on the board of the Swedish Association of Private Urologists and he was a member of the Special Council for Urology in Stockholm County Council.

Martin Jonsson, specialist in urology
Martin studied at Uppsala University and received his medical degree in 1998. Worked for three years in Norway and holds since 1999 a Norwegian license to practice medicine. Specialist training at the Karolinska University Hospital between 2002-2007. Specialist in urology in 2007, worked until 2013 at the Department of Urology at Karolinska University Hospital in Solna, where he was medical director from 2010 to 2013. 
He was from 2013 to 2016 chief physician at Capio St Göran's Hospital, Urology Section of the Department of Surgery.
Martin has done research on robotic surgery in prostate and bladder cancer at the Karolinska Institute and produced several scientific papers in the field.

Andreas Nilsson, specialist in urology 
Andreas received his medical degree in 1999 at the Karolinska Institute. He has worked in Norway. He became a specialist in urology at Karolinska Hospital in 2006. Between 2012-2016, Andreas worked as a physician at the urology section, Saint Göran hospital in Stockholm.

Andreas is co-author of about 35 scientific papers on robotic surgery and prostate cancer. Andreas has over the years also acted as a teacher in robotics for surgeons.
He is often used as proctor in surgical departments that have purchased robots, both in Sweden and abroad.

Xiaolei Fang, specialist in urology 
Xiaolei took his medical degree at Shandong Medical University, China in 1987. Worked at The Affiliated Hospital of Shandong Medical University, China (currently Qilu Hospital of Shandong University) from 1987 to 1998. 
Specialist in urology since 1992. 
He came to Sweden in 1998 as a graduate student in urology at Karolinska Institutet with Professor Peter Ekman as main supervisor from 2000 to 2005. 
Doctoral degree in 2005  and returned to China to work as chief of urology at the Second Hospital of Shandong University. 
Since 2009 he is back in Sweden and working as a specialist in urology. 
Has devoted himself to research in prostate cancer and other urological diseases, and has published a total of 15 articles. 
Responsible for the urological journal Current Urology (www.karger.com/cur).