An immersive course for health professionals,bio engineering or health-research students, and allied health industry innovators wanting to learn about up-to-date innovations in 3D printing technologies and their use in medicine. The course is offered over 3.5 days and includes:
· Basics of 3D printing
· Additive manufacturing of medical devices
· Bio fabrication and 3D bio printing
· Challenges facing clinical and commercial translation
· Clinical case studies
This emerging field makes beginners of us all, no matter the level of expertise we bring from another field. Be encouraged to register even if you are a new graduate or a much experienced clinician.
We area multidisciplinary team and so we are practiced at interacting with intelligent health and engineering professionals motivated to stretch themselves and apply their expertise in a new area.
If you hold a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in a health, biological or structural engineering discipline then you will definitely contribute to and gain something from this course.
Contact us and discuss your background if you don’t have a Bachelor’s degree. A strong relevant work history can often be a great preparation for this course.
Beaven Lecture Theatre foyer, located on the 7th floor of the University of Otago, Christchurch.
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