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Symposium: The Expansive Applications of 3D Printing in Healthcare

today Monday, June 24, 2024   |  access_time 9:00am - 4:00pm   |   location_on Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA

3D printing in healthcare has become an integral service for many institutions. This workshop will explore the current state of 3D printing in healthcare including live demonstrations as well as peripheral applications. Attendees will learn about the latest applied research and have an opportunity to discuss potential future applications.


  • Differentiate other ways 3D printing can be useful in healthcare
  • Describe how these different paths being presented will impact patient care


Sarah RiminiSarah Rimini, Sr Manager-Center of Excellence for Healthcare, Ricoh 3D For Healthcare
Sarah Rimini is an MRI technologist and an additive manufacturing and design engineer. Through her career, she has established and lead a point of care 3D imaging and 3D printing lab at Geisinger Health System and is currently the Senior Manager of the Center of Excellence in Healthcare for Ricoh. With the ability to bridge the gaps between the clinical and engineering space, Sarah is actively developing a curriculum for the Ricoh Learning Institute that will educate employees in medical additive manufacturing for their medical managed 3D printing services. Sarah has a bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging and a Master of Engineering in Additive Manufacturing and Design through Pennsylvania State University. She is the chair of the SME’s medical advisory board and an active member and contributor of the Radiologic Society of North America’s (RSNA) 3D Printing Special Interest Group (SIG) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineering’s (ASME) 3D printing medical workgroup.

Justin RyanJustin Ryan, Research Scientist, Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego
Justin Ryan, PhD is the director of the Helen and Will Webster 3D Innovations (3DI) Lab at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego. Dr Ryan received his Bachelor of Arts in digital art and animation before pursuing a master’s and doctoral degree in biomedical engineering from Arizona State University. More recently (2021), he received his MBA from National University. Ryan established the Cardiac 3D Print Lab at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in 2012 before joining Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego in 2018 to establish the Webster Foundation 3DI Lab. Dr. Ryan is a co-chair of DICOM Working Group 17, a group focused on updating medical image file standards for use in 3D technologies. Dr. Ryan is also active in the Radiological Society of North America’s 3D Printing Special Interest Group where he focuses efforts on quality assurance guidelines and appropriate use guidelines as they pertain to medical 3D printing.


Duration: 9:00am – 4:00pm   |   Lunch Break: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

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