3D Printing in Medicine Summer Course

3D Printing in Medicine Summer Course
Date: Monday, 11th February to Thursday, 14th February 2019
Location: University of Otago CHRISTCHURCH campus, 2 Riccarton Avenue, Christchurch

We are excited to announce that we are repeating our very successful “3D Printing in Medicine” Summer Course in Christchurch this Feb 11-14th 2019. Please save the date and see attached flyer for more information and registration.

This 3½ -day event supported by the MedTech Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE), will provide an excellent development/training opportunity to learn from top international and national researchers and MedTech industry professionals targeting 3D printing basics, Additive manufacturing of medical devices, Biofabrication and 3D Bioprinting, Challenges facing clinical and commercial translation, Discussion of clinical case studies.

What:3D Printing in Medicine Summer Course

When: 11-14 February 2019

Where: University of Otago CHRISTCHURCH campus, 2 Riccarton Avenue, Christchurch

For: Bioengineering or health-research students (undergrad, postgrad, Postdoc), health professionals, allied health industry innovators

We are excited to announce this year we also have practical sessions with exposure to bioinks and CELLINK Bioprinters.
We have assembled a prestigious collection of international and national experts and clinicians to deliver keynote lectures, including:
Professor Jason Burdick, Visiting Chaffer Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, USA – Global expert in development of novel functional bioinks
Professor Jürgen Groll, University of Würzburg, Germany – Polymer chemist and global expert in bioink design and development
Professor Peter Choong, MMBS/MD/FRACS, University of Melbourne, Australia – Orthopaedic Surgeon and pioneer in AM implants and the “Biopen”
Mr Paul Morrison, Ossis Ltd, New Zealand – GM Ossis and pioneer of AM custom titanium orthopaedic medical devices
Professor Simon Fraser, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand – Global expert in design considerations for AM devices in health
Professor Gary Hooper, MBChB/MD/FRACS, University of Otago – Orthopaedic surgeon and global expert in orthopaedic medical devices

We have retained our inaugural course registration fees offering: $600 standard registration, $400 student registration (morning/afternoon teas and lunches provided).
To REGISTER and for more information visit: www.otago.ac.nz/3dprintmedicine

Link: Register here

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