REGISTER HERE

Attend either a 1-day, Hands-On, Boot Camp/ workshop for beginners on October 15th. and/or a 2-day conference to learn about the capabilities, advances, applications and the future of 3 D printing in Healthcare.


About the Conference


 

October 16 and 17, 2018 — Guidewell Innovation Center in Medical City
Changing Healthcare With 3D Printing Technology
Enabling Personalized Medicine/Healthcare

  • How is 3D-Printing re-shaping and impacting the medical, dental, healthcare communities and you?
  • What 3D Printing can, and cannot do today
  • What’s the impact of this technology on the patient experience?
  • Is your healthcare facility ready for this new revolution?
  • Are you ready to leverage this transformational technology to deliver real world solutions?

Evolving 3D Printing and imaging technologies have opened the door to enhanced clinical and healthcare applications. These applications have enabled patient specific or personalized medical simulation and treatment tools. These applications are patient specific and span a broad base of user cases including anatomic models for complex visualization and surgical planning, custom fixtures, surgical tooling and cutting guides, anatomic replacement and reconstruction. This is just the beginning!

This conference will address the integration of the technologies necessary to drive standardized clinical practice including:

  • anatomic imaging
  • image reconstruction
  • segmentation
  • CAD design and augmentation
  • biocompatible materials
  • 3D Printing hardware
  • examples of actual patient specific cases

 

Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Beth Ann Ripley – Dr. Ripley is a radiologist at the Puget Sound VA and an Assistant Professor of Radiology at University of Washington School of Medicine. She additionally serves as an Innovation Specialist for the VA Center for Innovation and is the Chair of the VHA 3D Printing Advisory Committee.  Beth Ann is a radiologist who specializes in translating medical imaging into virtual and 3D-printed models with the goal of changing the way doctors and patients understand and treat disease. She collaborates across multiple disciplines and has a passion for innovation and human-centered design. Beth received an MD and a PhD in molecular neurosciences from University of San Diego, California. She did her residency training in radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and is dual fellowship trained in cardiovascular and body imaging. She is a radiologist at the Puget Sound VA and an Assistant Professor of Radiology at University of Washington School of Medicine. She additionally serves as an Innovation Specialist for the VA Center for Innovation and is the Chair of the VHA 3D Printing Advisory Committee.

Dr. Paul A. Iaizzo, PhD, FHRS – School of Medicine, University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN).  Paul A. Iaizzo, PhD is a Professor is the Departments of Surgery, Integrative Biology & Physiology, and the Carlson School of Management, and is on the graduate faculties in Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience, Integrative Biology & Physiology, Biological Science, and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Additionally, he serves as the Director for Education of the Lillehei Heart Institute and Associate Director for the Institute for Engineering in Medicine, also at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Iaizzo earned his PhD degree from the University of Minnesota. His main research focus is translational systems physiology, and his research group has developed a unique isolated working large mammalian heart model.


Collaboration Sessions at the Conference


The Summit on 3D printing in Healthcare,  will provide “Lunch and Learn” sessions, moderated and hosted by Jack Stubbs,  on both conference days that will interactively identify and determine collaboration and funding opportunities and provide a networking format to accelerate 3D printing developments in Healthcare. On Oct. 16 we will explore areas of collaboration, program needs and vehicles to funding opportunities. We will identify categories of potential collaboration and program directions.  On Oct. 17 we will group in interest and expertise areas to form development collaborations to pursue 3D printing programs.  Working Groups, contact information and developed collaboration information will be sent by email after the conference to those attending.

(Attendees will have an opportunity to sign up for these sessions ahead of the conference)


About The Hands On Boot Camp for Beginners


 

October 15, 2018: 3D Printing Labs at the University of Central Florida
Come and Touch the Technology!

Boot Camp Objective:

The one day Hands On Boot Camp for Beginners on October 15 provides the essentials to get your very own 3D printing lab operational..  This Boot Camp will be under the direction of Jack Stubbs.  It will be held at the Prototype Development and 3D Print Lab at the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training.

Topics:

  • details of technologies
  • applications in the dental and healthcare space
  • hardware and software needed to make it all come together
  • considerations and guidelines for establishing your 3D printing laboratory
  • use case specific options for printer technology
  • facility design considerations
  • printer support and maintenance
  • staffing and associated skill sets
  • Introduction to CAD and use
  • Introduction to Slicer software
  • Review of print materials and uses

 


Boot Camp Faculty


Jack Stubbs is the Director of the Prototype Development and 3D Printing Lab at the Institute for Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida. He studied Physics and Electro-Optics at the Miami University of Ohio and the University of Dayton (Ohio). In the 1980’s he worked with the Department of Defense with the University of Dayton Research Institute and the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute as a contractor at Wright Patterson Airforce Base, the Naval Weapons Center and Kirtland Airforce Base. This work included development of customized Optical Metrology system to characterize High Energy lasers for application to the Airborne Laser Lab and the Star Wars SDI Laser system. At Wright Patterson AFB he worked in pilot protection, advanced cockpit control and materials characterization to advance the state of the art in personnel control and protection.

In the 1990’s Jack lead a Technology development team for Ethicon Endo Surgery in the scale up of Laparoscopic surgery, working with the implementation of imaging, visualization, robotics and sensors to the minimally invasive surgical techniques. This lead to the appointment of Principal Investigator for the OR of the Future with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. This group developed telepresence surgical robotics and computer based simulation systems for training and education.

Jack started a research and development company in 1996 which he led through 2010. This business resulted in over 50 patents including the Airseal trocar for laparoscopic surgery which is now the trocar of choice for robotic surgery having been used in over 700,000 surgeries globally. The last 4 years have been at the University of Minnesota Medical School and most recently the University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation and Training where he leads a team developing new approached and technology for simulating and teaching healthcare interactions and procedures. He has used rapid prototyping, 3D printing and additive manufacturing since the mid 1990’s to improve designs, prototype and test devices and systems and to implement into a cost effective development model.

Paul Frisch, PhD, FHIMSS is currently an Associate Attending in the Department of Medical Physics and the Chief of Biomedical Engineering at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.   He currently serves on technical committees and advisory boards including IEEE Counsel on RFID, ECRI Institute and serves as the Chief Technical Officer for the RFID in Healthcare Consortium and President of the Intelligent Health Association.

Current areas of research include the study of electromagnetic field induced gene expression.  This work focuses on the identification of promoter sequences sensitive to specific electromagnetics fields which could be used as gene therapy initiators. Previous experiences include research in human biodynamics investigating human response to transitory acceleration, such as crash-impact and aircraft ejection and robotic applications in pharmaceutical development.

Paul Frisch has a Doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering from the State University of New York at Binghamton and Masters and Bachelors degrees in Electrical Engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Paul Booth is currently the Section Head of Biomedical Systems in the Biomedical Engineering group at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In this role he is part of the team that is tasked with identifying and implementing new and evolving technologies into healthcare operations. Along with being the engineering lead for the institutions Medical Device Initiative, he is intimately involved in applying 3D printing and in clinical applications development using these technologies.

Paul received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Bucknell University, M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, M.S. in Finance from Texas Tech University, M.S. in Computer Science from Stevens Institute of Technology, and is currently in the PhD program for Technology Management from the Stevens Institute of Technology.
Paul has several patents for the devices and systems he has worked on and has peer reviewed publications on technology implementations within healthcare.

Gina Scala is Stratasys’ director of education worldwide marketing where she works to listen to the voice of the education customer and translate that into meaningful marketing messages and product solutions that meet teaching and learning needs for schools. She spearheaded the Stratasys Additive Manufacturing Certification program for colleges, universities and technical schools.

Prior to this role she served as Vice President of education & professional development at the Direct Marketing Association. Gina has a strong background in both marketing and education. Prior to DMA, she served as Director of Marketing for a global professional development company, Editure, where she was responsible for the marketing strategy and development for six subsidiary companies. She also worked for education publishers: Sadlier, delivering in-service training, and Pearson Education as an educational product manager.

Scala holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the Pennsylvania State University, a MA in special education from The College of New Jersey and she is a credentialed teacher in the state of NJ. She is most proud however of her two amazing children who inspire her each day as they learn about the world around them.

 

 


Registration Fees


Early Bird Rate After September 1st
2 Day Conference
Healthcare Professionals and Government $370 $495
Vendor   $950
1 Day Bootcamp $295 $395

 


Logistics


Map to Guidewell Innovation Center

6555 Sanger Rd, Orlando, FL 32827

Accommodations

The Hampton Inn:  Orlando Airport – 5767 T.G. Lee Blvd.

Conference rate of $129/night

To obtain this rate:

  1. make your reservation by September 17th
  2. call reservations at 1-800-774-1500
  3. identify yourself as part of the group Intelligent Health Room Block Group

Residence Inn by Marriott:  Orlando/Lake Nona 6955 Lake Nona Blvd. Orlando, FL 32827

Conference rate of $199/night

To obtain this rate:

  1. make your reservation by September 14th
  2. call reservations at 1-888-236-0427
  3. identify yourself as part of the group Intelligent Health Association Group

Book your group rate for INTELLIGENT HEALTH ASSOC


REGISTER HERE

For more information contact: hpappas@ihassociation.org


Educational Partners