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The SME Medical Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing Workgroup collaborates to identify challenges, develop resources, and to facilitate changes to support anyone using the technologies for medical/biomedical applications. The workgroup members represent medical device manufacturers, clinicians, technology providers and more to provide a multiperspective approach to all projects and discussions.

Upcoming Meetings

Meeting at RAPID + TCT 2017
May 11, 2017 | David L. Lawrence Convention Center | Pittsburgh
OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED

Annual Strategy Meeting
June 19-20, 2017 | 3D Systems Healthcare Technology Center | Littleton, Colorado

Current Projects

Content Development
Primarily at the annual Medical Manufacturing Innovations program at the RAPID conference, the workgroup through review and recruitment develops in-depth sessions to address the latest developments.

File Format:
With an evolving file format, identifying the needs specific to clinical needs consistent with patient privacy concerns and best practices, the work group is identifying needs, existing standards and opportunities to integrate into printer files.

Standards & Quality Assurance:
From the collection of imaging data to use of parts, devices and models, the workgroup is identifying the current state and identifying gaps as the foundation for further development.

Outreach

  • Students: To share the excitement and possibilities of additive manufacturing with students at every level, this effort will identify opportunities, develop tools and templates, and provide advice to connect with both K-12 and college students.
  • Professional (formerly Awareness Project): With many additive manufacturing/3D printing users (i.e., clinicians) new to manufacturing, the workgroup is gathering existing information into a publishable document that helps navigate the use cases and connects to existing standard and regulatory information. Click here for beta version of guidelines.

Building Evidence for 3D Printing Applications in Medicine: Connect all key stakeholders (e.g., clinical, scientific, medical device) to share best practices and identify effective methodologies and reliable protocols to increase impact of all studies being conducted. More

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Workgroup Members (as of February 14, 2017):

  • Justin Adams PhD, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences, Monash University
  • Amy Alexander, Biomedical Engineer, Mayo Clinic
  • Anthony Atala MD, Director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  • Danielle Beski, Application Engineer, Materialise
  • Matthew Bramlet, Director, Jump trading Simulation & Education Center at OSF
  • Andres Cabezas, CEO, Dimensional Medical Technologies
  • Andy Christensen, Advisory Board Member, e-NABLE Community Foundation
  • Kenneth Church, Research Scientist, nScrypt
  • Meghan Coakley PhD, Project lead, NIH 3D Print Exchange, NIH
  • James Coburn, Sr. Research Engineer, FDA
  • Brent Cross, Simulation Engineer II, OSF HealthCare Systems
  • Ayanna-Rene De Noon, Mechanical Engineer/Instructor, The University of the West Indies
  • David Dean PhD, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University
  • Carl Dekker, President, Met-L-Flo
  • Matthew DiPrima, Materials Scientist, Food and Drug Administration
  • Quo Tuan Duong, Sales Representative, Miller 3D
  • Alejandro Espinoza Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Rush University Medical Center
  • Dan Fritzinger, Engineering Team Lead-TruMatch, Depuy Synthes
  • Seth Greenwald D.Phil.(Oxon), Director, Orthopaedic Research Laboratories
  • Axel Guenther PhD, Associate Professor/Centre Director, University of Toronto
  • Ola Harryson PhD, Professor, North Carolina State University
  • Peyton Hopson, Engineering Fellow, Johnson & Johnson
  • Adam Jakus, Hartwell Postdoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University
  • Joseph Johnnie, Design Engineer, Medivators
  • Shay Kilby, Anaplastologist, NYU Langone
  • Gene Kulesha, Senior Director - Platform Technology Engineering, Stryker Orthopaedics
  • Mukesh Kumar PhD, Director, Advanced Process Technology Group, Biomet
  • Shuai Leng PhD, Associate Professor of Medical Physics, Mayo Clinic
  • Peter Liacouras PhD, Director of Services, 3DMAC, Walter Reed national Military Medical Center
  • Jane Matsumoto MD,, Mayo Clinic
  • Angie Mines, Product Development Engineer, Smith & Nephew
  • Robert Morrison MD, House Officer, University of Michigan Hospitals
  • Reese Myers, Senior Director, Innovation and Technology, Tecomet, Inc
  • Roger Narayan, Professor, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering
  • Allan Noordvyk, Executive Director of Research, McKesson Imaging and Workflow Solutions
  • Sam Onukuri, Sr. Fellow & Head, Johnson & Johnson
  • Godfrey Onwuboli PhD, President, Delta Additive Manufacturing
  • Ibrahim Ozbolat PhD, Associate Professor, Penn State University
  • Jayanthi Parthasarathy PhD, Director Biomedical Engineering, MedCAD
  • Martin Petrak, President and CEO, Orthopaedic Innovation Centre
  • Todd Pietila, Sr. Business Development Manager-Hospital 3D Printing, Materialise
  • John Procter, JMPro Innovation
  • Michael Raphael, CEO, Direct Dimensions
  • Justin Ryan, Research Scientist, Phoenix Children's Hospital
  • Frank Rybicki MD, PhD, Professor, Chair and Chief, Department of Radiology, The Ottawa Hospital
  • Ben Salatin, Clinical Rehabilitation Engineer, US Department of Veterans Affairs / Albuquerque Veterans Hospital
  • Janelle Schrot, Biomedical Engineering Business Development Manager, Materialise USA
  • Ramille Shah PhD, Assistant Professor, Surgery (Transplant Division), Northwestern University
  • Filip Stockmans MD, Professor, KU Leuven
  • Kim Torluemke, VP Quality & Regulatory, Healthcare, 3D Systems
  • Fried Vancraen, CEO, Materialise
  • Jos Vander Sloten PhD, Chairman, KU Leuven
  • Nicole Wake , PhD Candidate, New York University School of Medicine
  • Katie Weimer, Vice President, Medical Device Healthcare, 3D Systems
  • Robert Wesley, Biomedical Engineer Research, Nicklaus Children's Hospital
  • Atif Yardimci PhD, Exponent