Additional Speakers Added to Additive Manufacturing Strategies Forum on 3D Printing in Medicine and Dentistry
There are few industries in which 3D printing hasn’t had an impact by now. Some of the most significant impact, however, has come in the fields of medicine and dentistry. Medical and dental professionals everywhere are taking serious looks at the technology and what it can bring to their practices, as stories continue to emerge about everything from 3D printed dental molds to 3D printed vertebrae. There’s no turning back at this point – 3D printing is part of medicine and dentistry, and its impact is only getting stronger.
As the technology continues to infiltrate these fields, many professionals are asking themselves how they can take advantage of what 3D printing offers. So on January 22 and 23, 2018, we will be teaming up with SmarTech Markets Publishing to present Additive Manufacturing Strategies, a two-day business- and investment-focused summit with an emphasis on medicine and dentistry. The conference will help managers, entrepreneurs and investors to see the best, most profitable opportunities in 3D printed medical and dental applications, and will take a look at 3D printed prosthetics, implants, medical models and personal medicine, as well as dental devices.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from several experts in healthcare and the medical device industry, as well as academia and the investment community. Several speakers were announced last month, but more have been added since then, with others still to come. Recently added speakers include:
- Tom Barrett
President, DiSanto Technology (GE Additive)
- Kenneth Church
CEO, nScrypt Inc.
- Lee Dockstader
Director of Vertical Market Development, HP Inc.
- Adam W. Feinberg
Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
- Charles Goulding
Attorney, CPA and President of R&D Tax Savers
- David Labiak
Senior Portfolio Manager, Trent Capital Management
- Joseph Lipman
Director of Device Development, Hospital for Special Surgery
- Dr. Jonathan Morris, MD
Physician, Mayo Clinic
- Arif Sirinterlikci
University Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Director of Engineering Laboratories and Head, Department of Engineering, Robert Morris University
- Robert Wesley
3D Printing Engineer, St. Louis Children’s Hospital of BJC Healthcare
Additive Manufacturing Strategies will be taking place at the Army and Navy Club in Washington, D.C. Registration is now open, and if you register by November 15, you can get 25% off the price of admission. Passes are available for both days or either day. There’s also a special group rate available. If you’re interested in registering for Additive Manufacturing Strategies, you can do so here.
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