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Thank you for joining us at 3D Printing for Health

Thank you for joining Mohawk College on October 27, 2016 for Canada’s first conference focusing exclusively on Medical 3D printing. Our conference evaluation forms showed that the attendees were very satisfied with the conference and that they would recommend this conference to their colleagues. Watch our conference wrap-up video at Mohawk College’s News Desk.    

Kathryn Chan of CSII

Kathryn Chan, Centre of Surgical Invention & Innovation

Kathryn Chan is a medical student at McMaster University passionate about the intersection of medicine and technology. She previously studied biomedical engineering at McMaster and was a teaching assistant for aEngineering Design and Graphics 1C03, where students modelled and 3D printed solutions to engineering problems. Working as a Research Assistant at the Centre for Surgical Invention and Innovation, she was …

Julielynn Wong of 3D4MD

Julielynn Wong, 3D4MD

Dr. Julielynn Wong is a Harvard-educated physician-scientist, innovator, and educator whose life’s passion is to take technology to the extreme to benefit the world. She founded Medical Makers (www.medicalmakers.org), a program to inspire, educate, and empower a global community of innovators, patients, and healthcare providers to make sustainable solutions that save lives, time, and money.       Presentation: Might …

About Mohawk College

Mohawk College is a leader in health and technology programming regionally and across Canada. With its focus on applied additive manufacturing research, Mohawk College is working with industry to foster a deeper understanding of the capabilities and limitations of the technology. 3D Printing for Health is an initiative of Mohawk College that seeks to bring together experts interested in additive manufacturing …

3D Printing Resources

Resources

Discover 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing resources available in ‌‌Canada.

The potential of 3D Printing for healthcare and medical purposes is just beginning to be explored in Canada. At 3D Printing for Health, we will help you identify key resources such as equipment sources, custom manufacturers and funding opportunities to help you adopt and research the technology in the healthcare sector.

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Jeff Mason, CADTH

Jeff Mason is the Horizon Scanning Officer with CADTH,  a not-for-profit organization providing unbiased, reliable information about health technologies. Jeff is a former hospital librarian now working in the field of health technology assessment researching and writing about new and emerging health care technologies. These horizon scans help inform health care decision-makers and clinicians about technologies that may have an …

Holdsworth, David

David Holdsworth, Robarts Research Institute

Dr. David Holdsworth is a Scientist in the Imaging group at the Robarts Research Institute.  He is also a Professor in the Departments of Surgery and Medical Biophysics in the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, at the University of Western Ontario. . Dr. Holdsworth and his team have developed new methods for musculoskeletal disease detection and treatment for both …

James-Janeteas, CEO of Cimetrix

James Janeteas, Cimetrix Solutions

James Janeteas is the founder and President of Cimetrix Solutions.  For the past 30 years, James has been engaged  in the design, engineering and manufacturing sectors within a variety of verticals – consumer products, medical devices, automotive and aerospace to name a few.  With his comprehensive manufacturing background, James is an Additive Manufacturing industry authority, providing recommendations on how to …

3D Printing Networking

Network

Build a new ‌‌network to ‌‌support 3D ‌‌innovation. Attendees will include academic researchers, healthcare practitioners, industry vendors and students. Attending organizations include: 3D4MD CADTH Cimetrix Solutions, INC. Dynacare McMaster University Nia Technologies RIC Centre Robarts Research Institute Ryerson University St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton The Printing House Victoria Healring & Balance Clinic Western University

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Tour

Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Mohawk’s Additive Manufacturing Resource Centre (AMRC). The AMRC is the only academic research facility that can produce 3D Printed  metal parts, using DMLS technology.  The AMRC focuses on applied research and education in additive manufacturing in order to support industry growth and sector development. A DMLS printer is available to test variations in a part’s shape, …