3d Med Symposium 2017 – Scientific Program
This year’s program includes an exciting array of talented speakers covering engaging topics in 3d modelling, visualisation and 3d printing with exciting speakers from across Victoria and interstate.
Subjects include clinical applications of 3d printing in direct patient care, the use of virtual reality, sociological impacts of 3d modelling in medicine, and translational and implementation challenges in 3d printed prostheses.
The Symposium will be opened by our honoured guest, Mr Frank McGuire MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Medical Research and State Member for Broadmeadows.
|0825||Welcome Address||Jason Chuen, Austin Health|
|0830||Opening Address||Mr Frank McGuire MP|
|Synthesis: Procedural Interventions|
|0840||3d reconstruction in head and neck cancer: specific needs and challenges||Elizabeth Sigston, ENT surgeon, Monash Health|
|3d modelling in hepatobiliary surgery||Graham Starkey, Liver transplant surgeon, Austin Health|
|3d printing at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne: from pre-operative planning to cerebral aneurysms to liver resections||Eric Yong, Radiologist, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne|
|3d printing in radiation oncology||Eka Moseshvilli, Radiation Oncologist, Olivia Newton John Cancer & Wellness Centre|
|Panel Discussion||Chair: David Ackland|
|The integration of 3d printing into hospital workflows||Ashok Ilankovan, Materialise NV|
|Fusion: Engineering and Medicine|
|1100||A 3d-printed prosthetic joint replacement for the human temporomandibular joint: implant design considerations and early clinical results||David Ackland, Department of Biomedical Engineering, The University of Melbourne|
|A novel 3-dimensional EMG informed model of neuro-musculoskeletal function of the human shoulder to study pathological conditions||Azadeh Kian, Department of Biomedical Engineering, The University of Melbourne|
|A Computer-Based Model of Above Knee Amputees to Evaluate Gait Mechanics||Vahidreza Jafari Harandi, Department of Biomedical Engineering, The University of Melbourne|
|Just-In-Time design and additive manufacture of patient-specific orthopaedic implants using selective laser melting technology||Darpan Shidid, RMIT, Department of Engineering|
|3d printing to improve haemodialysis vascular access||Tracie Barber, Faculty of Engineering, The University of New South Wales|
|Panel discussion||Chair: Ian Chao|
|Evolution: Society, Simulation and Beyond|
|1330||Regulatory issues in medical 3d printing||Elizabeth McGrath, Director of Conformity Assessment, Medical Devices, Therapeutic Goods Administration|
|3d printing – the good, the bad and the ugly||Ian Chao, Anaesthetist, Austin Health & Eastern Health|
|3d Med meets Society: reporting on a workshop considering the interface of practice and socio-legal-ethical risk practicalities||Luke Heemsbergen, School of Social & Political Sciences, The University of Melbourne|
|Virtual reality for mental health||Greg Wadley, Department of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne|
|Exploring Virtual Reality to provide group music therapy for people with quadriplegia||Janette Tamplin, Research Fellow in Music Therapy, The University of Melbourne|
|Creating hand simulators for hand surgery training using 3d printing||Raf Ratinam, Monash Health|
|Panel discussion||Chair: Elizabeth Sigston|
|Closing address and discussion||Jason Chuen, Austin Health|
We look forward to seeing you there – don’t forget to register!