Learn how 3D Printing is reshaping medical care, research, and device development and adoption at this upcoming 3D Printing Healthcare seminar. Join us as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Friday, March 31s to hear a Stratasys executive and the Mechanical Instrumentation Supervisor from the hospital discuss the rapidly expanding use of 3D printing in the healthcare industry.
In a field where innovation saves lives, 3D Printing empowers doctors and researchers to work faster, test more thoroughly and personalize healthcare like never before. At this seminar you will learn about the emerging use of patient-specific anatomical 3D printed models that:
- Enable physicians to implement preoperative surgical planning (optimize, practice and determine appropriate therapy) for complex surgical cases
- Provide solutions for clinical simulation to enable the training and education of physicians
- Allow for the validation (pre-clinical) of innovative medical devices
There will also be a review of Medical Model Use Cases with improved patient outcomes and economics, an opportunity to touch and feel printed models that closely mimic real patient anatomy as well as an Open Panel discussion.
Seating is limited – save your seat now!
Friday, March 31st, 2017
12:30pm – 4:00pm
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
1275 York Avenue
NY, NY 10021
Complimentary refreshments will be served.
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