The Future of Medicine and Dentistry in 3D Printing Featured at Upcoming Additive Manufacturing Strategies Conference in Boston in January
This January the future of medicine and dentistry will be showcased and discussed in Boston. The Additive Manufacturing Strategies conference by 3DPrint.com and SmarTech Publishing will produce a tailor-made specific event for those practitioners and enterprises in medical and dental. Surrounded by peers you could explore the possibilities and learn from the experts using 3D printing in your field. Lawrence Gasman of SmarTech Publishing already has 22 speakers slated for January 29-31 at the Hynes Center in Boston and promises another 20 or so added to the impressive roster that includes Kenneth Church the CEO of nScrypt, Laura Gilmore Global Medical Business Development Manager EOS, Rik Jacobs Vice President Dental Solutions 3D Systems, Andrew Hanson Senior Additive Manufacturing Research Engineer Stratasys, Gabi Janssen Application Development Specialist Medical & Dental DSM Additive Manufacturing, Carolyn DeVasto Global Vice President of Communications BIOMODEX, Joseph Lipman Director of Device Development Hospital for Special Surgery, Robert Wesley 3D Printing Biomedical Engineer St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Jessica A.
Zeaske Director of Healthcare Investments GE Ventures and many others.
This is the second iteration for this event. The first was held in Washington, DC in January 2018. This second event has been expanded to include a workshop day (on 29 January) and a startup competition, the evening of 30 January. Additionally the event has grown from one track over two-days mixing medical and dental sessions to two concurrent tracks (one for medicine and the other covering dentistry). This will let people take a deeper dive into their areas of expertise. And finally, the January 2019 event includes exhibits. To date, four companies are listed as exhibitors: Trumpf, Structo, Additive Orthopaedics and Arfona. Those interested in attending the seminars can save 44% on the on-site registration price by registering by 11 October. If you would like to take a deep dive into 3D printing for dental or medical look at the Additive Manufacturing Strategies event to help you.
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