3d Med Australia 2018 – Program

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Please find below the final program for the 2018 3D Med Conference. We look forward to seeing you there!

Day 1 – Saturday October 13, 2018
09.00Registration & Morning Tea
10.00WelcomeJason Chuen
Clinical Applications
10.303D Printing in Ear, Nose and Throat SurgeryElizabeth Sigston
Lessons from 680 Spine Cases with 3D PrintingPaul D’Urso
Toward Prevention of Spinal Fractures using 3D Computer models and imaging techniquesHossein Mokhtarzadeh
3D printed patient-specific scaffolds for tissue regeneration: a perfusion bioreactor studyMia Woodruff
Cynthia Wong
3D printed Titanium Implants in NeurosurgeryRon Jithoo
3D Printing and Regenerative MedicineDietmar Hutmacher
Does 3D Printing Improve Surgical Outcomes?Raf Ratinam
Panel Discussion
The Med Tech Industry
13.15Development of photocurable resin for 3D printing of soft and  elastic medical devicesTim Hughes
3D printed Titanium models Darpan Shidid
Biofabrication of human articular cartilage: a path towards the development of a clinical treatmentCarmine Onofrillo 
History of e-NABLEJen Owen 
A 3D printing filament for bespoke X-ray phantomsBlake Cochran  
Panel Discussion 
14.45Afternoon Tea 
Engaging Patients and Community
(Session open to public)
15.15The Patient’s PerspectiveRoger Jones
e-NABLE and Community Powered Prosthesis Development
Jen Owen
Engaging Collaborators using social mediaEric Levi
 Business Talk: What is required to start up a Hospital Printing ServiceJasamine Coles-Black
 Panel Discussion
16.30Close of Day 1
Day 2 – Sunday October 14, 2018
  Uni Melb 3D Printing Tour 
09.00VR Lab TourThe University of Melbourne VR Laboratory
09.30Registration & Morning TeaJason Chuen
Simulation and Teaching
10.003D Printed Aortic Aneurysm Models for Pre-Surgical SimulationJason Chuen
The Virtual Heart in Virtual RealityJarius Sevigny and Charles Bowne
Real blood or virtual blood? What’s the best way to prepare for a Mass Casualty Incident?Motti Blum
A 3D Printed Circle of Willis Model for SimulationStewart Ryan
Growing the STEM Fields in thousands of schools worldwideJen Owen
3D Modelling in Robotic Surgery: A Urological PerspectiveNathan Lawrentshuk
3D Printing at the Centre for Human Anatomy EducationJustin Adams
Panel Discussion
Regulation & Ethics in 3D Printing
13.00Current Regulatory Landscape of 3DP in MedicineElizabeth McGrath
Regulation surrounding Bioprinting ResearchTajanka Mladenovska
Ethics in BioprintingCathal O’Connell
Copyright and 3D PrintingMichele Gaca
Panel Discussion
14.30Afternoon Tea 
Abstract Presentations 
15.00Three-Dimensional Pathology Specimen Modelling Using “Structure-From-Motion” PhotogrammetryShane Battye
 Case series of 3-dimensional printing in spinal fusion. What have we learned thus far?
Timan Choy
 Can we print 3D diamond? Kate Fox
 The benefits of 3D printing in orthopaedic preoperative planning: a literature reviewMichael Jiang
 Simulation training using 3D printing in Otolaryngology
Gordon Chen
 Assessment of coronary artery obstruction risk during transcather aortic valve replacement utilising 3D printing Jeremy Russo
 Crime in 21st century: Application of 3D Methods in Forensic Medicine 

Agnieszka Sekula

 State-of-the-Art Mid and Lower Face Reconstruction

Ed Stanley

 Evolution of computer-assisted surgery and custom-made implants in maxillo-mandibular reconstruction
Felix Sim
 Lessons in 3d Modelling of Gynaecological AnomaliesRose Hadden
 3D CT with a Virtual Reality Interface Enhances Preoperative Planning for Complex Liver SurgeryLawrence Lau
(Virtual presentation)
 Formal presentations
16.30Close of Day 2