About AVARM

Advance your abilities and skills in AR and VR through expertise and networking.

International medical association for Virtual and Augmented Reality has the ability to provide consulting, research grants, certify VR and AR content, software (including software medical devices) and hardware, and connect leading digital solution providers with HCPs, scientists and medical students.

AVARM Mission statement

The International Association for Virtual and Augmented Reality in Medicine (AVARM) is an international scientific oriented organisation established to promote the creation and adoption of VR and AR solutions for healthcare, foster collaboration between medical innovators and accelerate research and education in health and wellness for the benefit of patients and HCPs. AVARM develops AR and VR standards and focuses on better precision, efficacy and outcomes of VR and AR tools by review and certification of services delivered by member organisations.

Who should become a member

Physicians, Psychologists, Medical students and other medical professionals who are interested in computer-enabled advances that make patient care more effective, accurate and affordable.

Who should become an associated member

IT engineers, (software) medical device developers, digital agencies, pharmaceutical, healthcare and wellness industry companies, medical educators, futurists , policy-makers who want to better understand needs, possibilities and expectations of patients and HCPs, so they can be addressed via VR and AR tools.

AVARM Governing Body


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Adam Jurgilewicz, MD
Founder & President of the International Association for Virtual and Augmented Reality in Medicine

Adam Jurgilewicz is a medical doctor and multimedia producer and technology entrepreneur with experience in building teams and digital products worldwide. As a former Pfizer Global Medical Digital Innovation Lead, Adam is currently the Co-Founder and CEO of United-Digitals, a global digital solutions company serving some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical, medical and healthcare brands. At Pfizer, Adam was a Medical Director, Digital Advisory Board and Software Medical Devices Steering Committee member and was working on innovative VR and AR projects. Adam started his adventure with Virtual Reality in 1999 when he cooperated closely with Japan’s Institute of High Dimensional Medical Imaging VR Research Team at Jikei University School of Medicine in Tokyo.


Tomasz Hascilowicz-Sasaki, MD
The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Vicepresident of the International Association for Virtual and Augmented Reality in Medicine


Piotr Szumieluk, MD
Warsaw, Poland
Vicepresident of the International Association for Virtual and Augmented Reality in Medicine