3d Med Australia 2018 – Provisional Program

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Please find below the provisional program for the 2018 3D Med Conference. We are fine-tuning the details but we look forward to seeing you there!

Day 1 – Saturday October 13, 2018
0900 Registration & Welcome Jason Chuen
Clinical Applications
10.30 3D Printing in Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery Elizabeth Sigston
3D Bioprinting Mia Woodruff, QUT
3D Modelling, Robotic Surgery, and Uro-Oncology Nathan Lawrentshuk, The University of Melbourne
Neurosurgical Applications of 3D Printing Rondhir Jithoo, Alfred Health
Panel Discussion
12.00 Keynote Session Dietmar Hutmacher, QUT
12.30 Lunch  
The Med Tech Industry
13.00 The 3D Medical Printing Industry – Building a Business Paul D’Urso, Anatomics
3D Printing and Titanium Modelling RMIT Centre of Additive Manufacturing
3D Printing Filaments for Bespoke X-Ray phantoms Blake Cochran, UNSW
Panel Discussion  
14.30 Afternoon Tea  
Engaging Patients and Community
(Session open to public)
15.00 e-NABLE and Community Powered Prosthesis Development Jen Owens, Enabling the Future
3D Printing and the Art of the Health Startup Andre Tan, The University of Melbourne
  Business Talk: What is required to start up a Hospital Printing Service Jasamine Coles-Black, Austin Health
  3D Printing: The Patient’s Perspective Patient Representative
  Panel Discussion
16.30 Close of Day 1


Day 2 – Sunday October 14, 2018
0900 Registration & Welcome Jason Chuen
Submitted Abstract & Prize Session
Simulation and Teaching
10.30 3D Printed Aortic Aneurysm Models for Pre-Surgical Simulation Jason Chuen, Austin Health
The Virtual Heart in Virtual Reality The University of Melbourne VR Laboratory
A 3D Printed Circle of Willis Model for Simulation Stewart Ryan, The University of Melbourne
3D Printing in Anatomical Teaching Monash University, Centre for Human Anatomy Education
Panel Discussion
12.00 Lunch  
Regulation & Ethics in 3D Printing
13.00 Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Bioprinting Peter Choong, The University of Melbourne
Copyright and 3D Printing Michele Gaca, Austin Health
3D Printing and Patent Law To be advised
The Current Regulatory Landscape for Medical 3D Printing Elizabeth McGrath, Therapeutic Goods Administration
Panel Discussion
14.15 Afternoon Tea  
Abstract Presentations & Facility Tours
15.15 Tour details to be advised
16.30 Close of Day 2