Integration of Personalization in Healthcare

How AI is enabling Personalization in Healthcare. A presentation by Diana Skopina, Medical 3D Point of Care Ambassador at Materialise Medical. She is motivated by the innovation within AM industry, direct impact of the medical software, anatomical modelling and surgical planning on the patient outcomes, personalization of the healthcare. Diana is genuinely passionate about what I do and I achieved it by creating a link between Life Sciences and 3d printing.

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Rational design for 3D printable spinal orthoses

Nowadays, we see 3D printing technologies emerging in the healthcare system through the generation of 3D Labs in hospitals that have been shown important to improve patient care. By giving physicians the autonomy to use 3D technologies, it allows them to design and deliver personalized solutions that, for critical cases, best fit the patient’s needs. However, it is still missing a way to deliver such solutions in an integrated and streamlined way.
This presentation will show you how do we, in the 3DMED project, developed a structured workflow to integrate digital 3D printing technologies applied to the design and manufacturing of scoliosis braces.

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Reshaping Electronics for Healthcare sector

shweta Agarwala

Sustainability and health are two of the global challenges recognized by UN. Electronics is the pillar that supports the innovation in these sectors. However, current electronic components are non-biodegradable and release toxins in environment, while the implanted electronics is not compatible with soft human tissues. The aim of my research is to overcome these challenges through i) development of novel electronic material library, and ii) next-generation devices with new form factors.

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3DMed – Bring the 3D Printing Technology Closer to Routine Clinical Applications


3DMed is an ongoing multi-national project, financially supported by the European Regional Development Fund. In this short presentation, the background, main objectives and expected results will be introduced. It is intended to attract the interest of potential users, for example, hospitals, software houses, the medical device industry and other service providers, in the uptake of the 3D printing technology for advanced medical treatment to benefit a large patient population across Europe.

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