Discover emerging trends in medical 3D printing
September 21, 2016
HAMILTON, Ont. – With its ability to produce made-to-order prosthetics and synthetic body parts, 3D printing is capturing the attention of Canada’s healthcare researchers and practitioners. Many medical centres are already putting the technology to work in R&D, education, training and clinical applications.
But what are the opportunities and limitations of the new technology?
On October 27, 2016, Mohawk College will be hosting 3D Printing for Health, in Hamilton, Ontario, the only event in Canada that is exclusively designed to explore emerging trends in medical 3D Printing.
This half-day conference will showcase the wide variety of ways that additive manufacturing and 3D Printing can improve medical procedures and patient outcomes.
Featured speakers are:
- Julielynn Wong, MD, MPH, Founder, 3D4MD
- James Janeteas, CEO and President, Cimetrix Solutions Inc.
- David Holdsworth, Scientist, Robarts Research Institute
- Jeff Mason, Horizon Scanning Officer, CADTH
- Kathryn Chan, Medical Student, McMaster University & former research assistant, CSII
3D Printing for Health is supported by NSERC and organized by Mohawk College’s Additive Manufacturing Resource Centre.
Registration is open at www.3dprintingforhealth.ca. Early Bird registration pricing of $45 +HST is available until October 7.
For more information, visit www.3dprintingforhealth.ca or email 3Dprintingforhealth@mohawkcollege.ca