3D Printing for Medicine || 7/26 – 7/30/2021


Dates: 7/26 – 7/30/2021
Instructor: Leena Pattarkine
Time: 9 AM – 4 PM
Grade Levels: 9th-12th

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The biomedical industry is a multi-billion dollar market and is growing significantly with many future career opportunities. In recent years, 3D printing and Bioprinting technology has been a hot topic for improved healthcare. 3D printing has already established its use in creating medical models for surgical planning and functional prosthetic devices for a personalized fit. Additionally, its application for bioprinting (printing fully functioning organs/implants) has been successful for several cases.? In this introductory course, students will explore emerging careers in the biomedical industry, focusing on 3D printing and its current/future applications. They will get hands-on experience in several aspects of 3D printing basics with a focus on biomedical applications. If you are creative and like innovation, this will be your chance to explore this fast-growing topic in the biomedical field that will shape the modern approach to healthcare.

You must register for this program by July 19th.

If you are completing the grant process, you must complete the whole TANF Application process by July 19th, 2021, to be registered. A completed TANF Application includes, The TANF Application, supporting documents, CareerScope assessment and a Careerscope review.