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August 24, 2017: University of Minnesota 3D Printing in Healthcare Seminar

Location: University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center 

Date:  Thursday, August 24th, 2017

8:00 – 8:45 Networking Breakfast
8:45 – 12:00 Presentations
12:00 – 12:45 Lunch
1:15 – 3:00 Tours

In a field where innovation saves lives, 3D printing is empowering doctors, researchers and medical device manufactures to work faster, test more thoroughly and personalize training and care like never before.

AdvancedTek and Haldeman Homme invite you to a unique event that will highlight 3D printing in healthcare for both educators and industry.

Join us to discover how 3D printing can:

  • Enhance education through hands-on training
  • Supporting innovation in hospitals with custom devices
  • Optimize surgical planning
  • Validate device performance
  • Mitigate cost overruns

Experts on 3D printing from the medical field will present examples of 3D printed anatomical models, device prototypes, and more that have improved patient outcomes and confidence with these custom products. Following presentations, optional tours will be given of the University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center and Visible Heart Research Laboratory.

Presenters Include:

  • Dr. Arthur Erdman – Director, University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Medical Device Center
  • Dr. Paul Iazzio – Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Medical School, Integrative Biology and Physiology Carlson School of Management, Medtronic Professor, University of Minnesota Visible Heart Research Laboratory
  • Henisha Dhandhusaria -Reliability Engineer II, CSI
  • Jake Draxler – Product Development Engineer, CSI
  • Ben Harren – Medical Sales Segment Leader, Stratasys

Who should attend: 

Graduate Students    Medical Device Companies
Researchers    Clinical Research and Medical Education Organizations
Professors    Lab Managers
Department Chairs    Hospital Innovation Leaders and Executives
Deans    President of Colleges/Universities 

Posted by Heather Adams