On June 7th AET Labs, along with our partners from Stratasys, kicked off our 3DP Healthcare Solutions Series with a medical roadshow at the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) in the heart of Boston’s financial district.
We’d like to express a heartfelt note of thanks to all who attended our Medical Innovations in 3D Printing seminar. It was a sincere pleasure to share this unique evening with you discussing the many ways 3DP technology is advancing areas of surgical planning and research and look forward to providing the healthcare community continued relevant content.
The evening began with lively conversation and networking over craft beers, fine wines and eclectic light fare and concluded with an enlightening open-panel discussion.
We are extremely grateful to our distinguished guest speaker Dr. Albert Woo, Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery and Director of the Craniofacial Program at RIH/Hasbro Children’s Hospital, for his informative presentation sharing his expertise utilizing 3DP technology to prepare for complex reconstruction surgeries. Your work is truly inspiring and your participation greatly appreciated.
To round out the evening, Michael Gaisford, Director of Marketing for Stratasys Medical Solutions, walked us through the vast clinical and economic impact of 3DP technology in healthcare. A big shout out to Michael for his illuminating talk!
Lastly, AET Labs would like to thank our new friends at CIC for graciously accommodating our venue change. We look forward to future collaborations bringing innovative professionals and technologies together.
We sincerely hope that you enjoyed the evening and found the discussion beneficial to your clinical research objectives. We look forward to the opportunity to assist and support you with your technology needs and solutions and hope to see you at the next 3DP Healthcare Solutions Series roadshow!
About Our Distinguished Guest Speaker:
Dr. Albert Woo
Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery and Director of the Craniofacial Program at Rhode Island Hospital/ Hasbro Children’s Hospital
Dr. Woo is well known nationally for his utilization of 3DP for pediatric facial reconstruction – children with cleft and lip palates, and a wide array of cranial and facial deformities. He offered advice on best practices for developing a 3D printing program in a hospital setting, including how to set up a lab, necessary resources, and how to develop a business model. He also presented clinical examples of:
• Craniofacial Models
• Cardiac modeling
• Tumor modeling
• Robotic Hands