What is the most impressive use of 3D Printing you’ve seen so far? When asked that question, most people refer to a healthcare application they’ve been reading about lately. While the few medical-related 3D Printing use-cases are usually impressive, it will come as no surprise for the professional of both industries that in reality Healthcare and 3D Printing words don’t know each other. We are only starting to deep our toes in the potential of 3D Printing applied to Healthcare. […]
Laura Hockaday Kang attended Cornell University in the Biomedical Engineering Department. During that time she was awarded a GAANN fellowship, a Morgan fellowship, and graduate research NSF fellowship. She became a research assistant in Jonathan Butcher’s Cardiovascular Developmental Bioengineering Laboratory in 2008, and joined the heart valve bioprinting project. Laura is presently working as a postdoc in Germany at the University of Muenster/UKM, in the Institute of Cell Dynamics and Imaging. Laura, could you detail your first experience with 3D […]
Evy Wilkins is the VP of Marketing at UNYQ, a company delivering personalized non-invasive orthopedic devices that improve quality of life and celebrate the user fashionably. UNYQ has built a platform for the digitalization, additive manufacturing and instrumentation of prosthetics and orthotics. Evy is a strategic and creative marketer with a passion for turning ideas into reality.
Jenny Chen is the mind behind 3DHeals. One of the goals of 3DHeals is to educate the community about applications and innovations using 3D Printing in the healthcare industry.