Dr. Matthew Di Prima received his doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has spent the last eleven years working as materials scientist at the Center for Devices and Radiological Health in the US Food and Drug Administration where he has performed regulatory science research and supported the regulatory review process. He has worked to improve the regulatory approach for determining corrosion and mechanical performance of devices containing nitinol as well as the technical consideration for using additive manufacturing for medical devices. He currently is the head of the CDRH additive manufacturing and orthopedics research program area. Additionally, he is the co-Chair of the FDA wide Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Working Group and is also co-Chair of ASTM F42.07.03 AM Applications: Medical/Biological.
Matthew DiPrima, PhD
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