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Healthcare AM Symposium: The Expansive Applications of 3D Printing in Healthcare

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Healthcare Additive Manufacturing Unicorn Symposium/ Workshop Abstract: 3D printing in healthcare has become an integral service for many institutions. This symposium 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. Significance/Importance: This workshop will educate medical and medical-aligned professionals regarding applied 3D printing in healthcare. The breadth of applications highlighted will showcase the growing role of 3D printing and 3D aligned-technologies Add this program to your registration for $525. Lunch will be provided. Theme: Broad Application of 3D Printing in Medicine Intent to capture: • Live demonstration of cardiac case • Live demonstration of ortho cutting guide • Unicorn cases (last year medical subspecialties) • Forensics • Animal/Veterinary Medicine • Human case • Patient story- Walter Reed or other hospital • QMS panel - Validation/verification • RSNA SIG Presentation on registry & impact Schedule Healthcare AM Symposium Welcome and Kick Off Symposium Leader: Sarah Rimini Senior Manager of the Center of Excellence in Healthcare Ricoh Symposium Leader: Justin Ryan, PhD Research Scientist Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego Intro/Event Subcommittee Update Justin Ryan, PhD Research Scientist Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego Healthcare AM Education Subcommittee Update Amy Alexander Unit Head, Biomechanical Development and Applied Computational Engineering Mayo Clinic Healthcare AM Outreach Subcommittee Update Jonathan Ford, PhD Associate Director of Vista University of Southern California Specialized Prosthetic Componentry Through the Use of Advanced Digital and Conventional Techniques: Two Patient Experiences Part I Peter Liacouras, PhD Director of Services, 3D MAC Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Specialized Prosthetic Componentry Through the Use of Advanced Digital and Conventional Techniques: Two Patient Experiences Part II Abigail Hinson Certified Prosthetic Assistant and Technician Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Live Cardiac 3D Reconstruction Demonstration Symposium Leader: Justin Ryan, PhD Research Scientist Rady Children’s Hospital - San Diego Break Shaping federal research and development (R&D) investment and health care policy Megan Malara, PhD Director, Medical Modeling Materials and Manufacturing (M4) Division, The Ohio State University NIH 3D: An Online Hub for Publishing Biomedical and Scientific 3D models Meghan McCarthy Program Lead for 3D Printing and Biovisualization The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) FDA Digital Stockpile James Coburn, M.S. Senior Advisor for Emerging Tech US Food and Drug Administration HAMMER's Point-of-Care Manufacturing Testbed David Dean, PhD Associate Professor, Departments of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Materials Science and Engineering Ohio State University LUNCH Noon-1:00PM 3D Printing for Forensic Investigations Summer J. Decker, PhD Director of the Center for Advanced Visualization in Medicine University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine How 3D Printing in Breast Cancer Surgery Preserves Self-Confidence through Precision Alexandra Gormley, PhD Clinical Applications Specialist Ricoh 3D for Healthcare Patient-Matched Osteotomy Guide Design Demo Victoria Sears, M.S. Senior Engineer Mayo Clinic 3D Printing and Zoological Veterinary Applications Jonathan Ford, PhD Associate Director of Vista University of Southern California Break Blue Prints for Success: Nurturing Tomorrow's Healthcare Innovators Through Structured Education in Medical 3D Printing Trish Weber Assistant Director of Radiography/Medical Imaging and Advanced Technology Clarkson College RSNA SIG registry and impact Summer J. Decker, PhD Director of the Center for Advanced Visualization in Medicine University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine Panel-Future of Healthcare AM Trish Weber, Victoria Sears, M.S., Summer J. Decker, PhD, Megan Malara, PhD Moderated by Jonathan Ford, PhD Wrap-up and Survey Symposium Leaders Sarah Rimini and Justin Ryan, PhD Learning Objectives: Upon completion, participant will be able to differentiate other ways 3D printing can be useful in healthcare. Upon completion, participant will be able to describe how these different paths being presented will impact patient care.
  • Abigail Hinson
    Certified Prosthetic Assistant and Technician
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Amy Alexander, CMfgE
    Unit Head, Mechanical Development & Applied Computational Engineering
    Mayo Clinic
  • David Dean, PhD
    Associate Professor
    The Ohio State University
  • James Coburn
    Senior Advisor for Emerging Technology
    Office of Counterterrorism and Emerging Threats
  • Jonathan Ford, PhD
    Associate Director
    Center for Advanced Visual Technologies in Medicine (VISTA) at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
  • Justin Ryan, PhD
    Research Scientist
    Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego
  • Lexi Gormley
    Clinical Applications Specialist
    Ricoh 3D for Healthcare
  • Megan Malara, PhD
    Director, Medical Modeling, Materials and Manufacturing (M4) Division
    The Ohio State University
  • Meghan McCarthy, PhD
    Program Lead, 3D Printing and Biovisualization
    The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
  • Peter Liacouras, PhD
    Dir of Services: 3D Medical Applications Center
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
  • Sarah Rimini
    Sr Manager-Center of Excellence for Healthcare
    Ricoh 3D For Healthcare
  • Summer Decker
    Director of the Center for Advanced Visualization in Medicine
    University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine
  • Trish Weber
    Assistant Director of Radiograpy Medical Imaging and Technology
    3D Printing and Training Center at Clarkson College
  • Victoria Sears
    Senior Engineer
    Mayo Clinic