The Lattice 76: Healthcare 3D Printing Newsletter

Dec 27, 2020

The Lattice is 3DHEALS weekly recap of the latest news, publications, events in the world of healthcare 3D printing, and 3D Bioprinting.  Have a cool 3D printed Lattice photo to share with us? Tag us @3dheals on Instagram or Twitter

About the Lattice this week: We found this beautiful high-resolution photo of bioprinted embryoid bodies (three-dimensional aggregates of pluripotent stem cells) from Instagram by @axolotlbiosciences.

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All 3DHEALS live webinar in 2021 is completely FREE to the public. 3DHEALS IG Live events are announced two months in advance, free to the public, and will also be converted to our The Lattice podcast. Recordings of the webinars are available to 3DHEALS Premium members.

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Cybersecurity for 3D Printed Medical Devices

The cyberattack has made multiple headlines this year, but how many people really understand the technologies and challenges behind the promises? 3DHEALS invites a panel of legal and technological experts from world-class institutions (Identify3D, NYU, MedCrypt, Duane Morris ) to present their unique perspectives and join an exciting conversation focusing on how to forge your own strategy when it comes to cybersecurity for 3D printed medical devices. This will be moderated by Dr. Jenny Chen.

3DHeals Melbourne is returning in 2021 to highlight local collaborative innovations in health care 3D technologies and to provide a virtual platform to foster crosstalk between clinicians, academia, and industry. The focus for this event will be on the real-world applications of biomedical engineering as we will hear from leading experts in the fields of 3D printing, 3D modeling/digital design, medical devices, and implants, followed by a discussion panel to breakdown similar challenges that lie ahead and how best to synergize research and development efforts moving forward. 

3DHeals Melbourne welcomes all who are interested to learn more of the latest developments, practical applications, and future explorations of these exciting 3D medical technologies and how they can help shape the future of patient care.

How biocompatible 3D printing is changing healthcare December 21st, 2020 @formlabs

3D PluraView and Vesalius3D ā€“ a perfect team for medical 3D visualizations December 21st, 2020 @PSMedtech @schneiderdigital

Duke bioengineering team is using 3D printing to develop a new instrument for eye imaging December 23rd, 2020 #MagloyTech @DrHafeezDhalla @DukeU

Aprecia and Battelle partner to develop AM in pharma December 23rd, 2020 @Aprecia3DP @Battelle

Immersive VR can enhance the pain-relieving effectiveness of spinal cord stimulation December 23rd, 2020 @IASPpain

Blacksburg startup technology, 3D printing expedites future of medicine December 25th, 2020 #SkyphosTechnologies

Using Machine Learning to Predict Which COVID-19 Patients Will Get Worse [Read more at British Journal of Anaesthesia]: a recent study from Michigan Medicine describing an algorithm to predict which patients are likely to quickly deteriorate while hospitalized. December 23rd, 2020 @umichmedicine

Drexel 3D Face Shield Printing Project Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic Achieves 30K+ Donation Milestone: A collaborative effort between faculty members at the College of Computing & Informatics (CCI), College of Engineering (CoE), College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP) and School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems (Biomed) to generate 3D printed face shields recently hit a milestone of 30,500 donations to more than 100 area hospitals, rehabilitation and nursing facilities, EMS and law enforcement, educational institutions, clinical practices and non-profit organizations battling the COVID-19 pandemic. December 23rd, 2020 @DrexelCCI

A new biosensor detects COVID-19 antibodies in 10-12 seconds [Read more at Advanced Materials]: Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University report findings on an advanced nanomaterial-based biosensing platform that detects, within seconds, antibodies specific to SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to testing, the platform will help to quantify patient immunological response to the new vaccines with precision. December 24th, 2020 @CarnegieMellon @PittTweet @UPMC

Adelaide BioMed City Emerging Healthcare Technology Series: 3D Printing

Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program | 3D Printing for Healthcare December 22nd, 2020 @SIMPeds #SimulatorProgram

How 3D Printed Retainers Are Made December 24th, [email protected] @3Shape @EnvisionTEC

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