January 29 to 31st Boston will host the Additive Manufacturing Strategies event which will be a chance for you to learn with and from your peers in medical and dental 3D printing. This new kind of specialized knowledge focused event is being organized by SmarTech Markets Publishing and 3DPrint.com. It will have two tracks a medical and dental one so speakers can engage only with those people that are relevant to them and attendees can focus on the necessary knowledge. Additive Manufacturing Strategies is solely meant for business attendees who are or will be using 3D printing in their enterprises. Here we’re going to look at some of the speakers at this event in our Speaker Roundup.
Jessica Zeaske is the Director of Healthcare Investments GE Ventures, she will be a judge in the Startup Competition.
Robert Wesley is a Bioprinting Engineer at St Louis Children’s Hospital and will be giving a workshop on surgical planning and will be on a panel for End-User Hospital and other Clinical Experiences with 3D printing.
Sam Wainwright is the Dental Product Manager at Formlabs and he will be on a panel discussing End-user dental lab and practitioner experiences in 3D printed dentistry.
Kim Torluemke is the Vice President Quality & Regulatory, Healthcare at 3D Systems and will be discussing FDA Regulations and 3D printing.
Jennifer A. Prioleau is the Assistant General Counsel at HP Inc and will be on the same panel.
Patrick Thayer is the Bioink Officer of CELLINK and will be on the bioprinting panel.
Davide Sher is a Senior Analyst, Europe with SmarTech Markets Publishing and will be presenting the Bioprinting update as well as taking part in the Bioprinting panel.
Dhruv Saghal is the Head of Business Development & Sales at Structo and will be looking at the “The Future dental chairside care using AM.
Sanjay Pathak is the Director of Sales & Marketing at AlignWise Smile Technologies and will be discussing AM and the dental aligner market.
Lars Neumann is the Technology Manager Additive Manufacturing at TRUMPF and will be on the AM for Medical Implants panel.
Those are just some of the speakers you can interact with in Boston. You can get your tickets for Additive Manufacturing Strategies here.
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