3DHEALS is a consortium with roots in 15 cities globally where 3D printing and the people willing to utilize this technology to create meaningful solutions in the healthcare industry are of utmost importance. 3DHEALS’ mission of education, connecting the world, and facilitating conversations in policies and standardization align very closely with our own commitments to Education Workforce Development (EWD), regulatory concerns, and connecting industries to bring them into the emerging biofabrication ecosystem.
ARMI | BioFabUSA is pleased to announce that its Chief Membership Officer, Gray Chynoweth, will be presenting at the upcoming event, 3DHEALS BOSTON: Healthcare 3D Printing GroundUP. The event will be held on July 26th at the GE headquarters in Boston, and will run concurrent with the annual MIT Short Course on Additive Manufacturing. Gray will be presenting on hot topics in biofabrication including 3D Printers, electro-casting, decellularization, and the evolution of scaffold fabrication in context of scalable tissue and tissue related technologies including organ manufacturing.
Gray is also joined by other industry experts that will be educating the audience on various topics surrounding 3D printing. Experts like Jenny Chen, Founder and CEO of 3DHEALS who is committed to connecting the world via the creation of healthcare 3D printing communities, to help organizations and lawmakers with understanding the highly regulated and complex needs of both the healthcare and manufacturing systems.
This event promises a gathering of influential industry professionals to engage and attain visibility in the field of healthcare 3D printing and bioprinting. In addition to being a great networking opportunity, with participants including healthcare providers, startups and corporations, attendees will be educated by speakers about the statuses of 3D Printing, legal and regulatory concerns, regenerative medicine, material sciences, and business and investment strategies.