3D HEALS is a healthcare 3D printing innovation platform
- To educate the community about the innovations and applications of healthcare 3D printing.
- To facilitate global multidisciplinary collaborative innovations in healthcare 3D printing.
- To help with quality control, standardization, and scaling of in healthcare 3D printing.
While 3D printing is a 30-year-old technology, its consumer applications are still at its infancy stage. Lower cost printers and materials allow for more players to get involve and identify new and interesting opportunities. This trend has received a major traction in the past couple of years and the use of 3D printers have been explored in several verticals including healthcare, where direct human benefits were witnessed by a few pioneer cases (e.g. Invisialign, hearing aids, etc…)
Everyone who is actively engaged or simply interested in the application of 3D printing technology in healthcare sector is invited to join. This includes but not limited to healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs, developers, investors, designers, and regulators. We welcome everyone from medical, dental, bioprinting communities to join us and tackle daring projects together.
Hui Jenny Chen, M.D.
Jenny is trained as a neuroradiologist, founder/CEO of 3DHEALS, a company focusing on curating healthcare 3D printing ecosystem. Her main interests include medical education, 3D printing in the healthcare sector, and artificial intelligence. She is also a current adjunct clinical faculty in the radiology department at Stanford Healthcare.
Sales and marketing
Emily studied neurobiology at UC Berkeley. She currently is working the medical legal field and is interested in the new potential prospects of 3D printing in the industry. She aspires to pursue a dental career and hopes that 3D printing in healthcare will become more common practice.
Member, Board of Advisors
Michelle Gabriel is an Operations and Process Improvement consultant at the Bay Area. She holds a BS and MS from MIT and MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She has worked and consulted in industries ranging from semiconductors to software delivery, start-up and established, large and small.
Megan is a pre-medical student at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). She is majoring in economics with minors in chemistry and biology. She aspires to one day work at the intersection of medicine, technology, and innovation.
Member, Board of Advisors
Nora is an Additive Manufacturing expert and engaged in inspiring women to embrace Tech. careers in the 3D Printing industry. Nora founded Women in 3D Printing in 2014 to feature women leaders in the Additive Manufacturing sector through interviews and portraits. She also initiated #3DTalk, a series of events in the Bay Area and in major industry events like the CES, Inside 3D Printing, and etc.