Do you want to know how industry leaders are using Mimics Innovation Suite to make the world a healthier place through innovation? We’ve prepared a webinar series for you that you don't want to miss:

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This includes talks on:

  • How customers have used the scripting module to automate their workflows and scale up their work

  • How experts have translated their computational modelling research into actual patient care

  • How 3D Planning and Printing in mitral valve interventions is being scaled from R&D to clinical trials and beyond

Do you want to know how experts are using Mimics Innovation Suite? Let them share with you how they made a leap into the future of Engineering on Anatomy.

Register now for our webinar series. Each session will be an inspiration. Stay tuned for new webinars coming soon.

Automatically Fitting Devices and Performing Measurements of Post-Operative Facial Reconstruction through Scripting

by Dr. Peter Metherall,
Clinical Scientist and Chartered Engineer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust

Thursday, June 29th
at 4pm CET, 11 am EST, 8am PST

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The Personalized Digital Human: Personalizing Computational Models to Prevent and Treat Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions

by Prof. David Lloyd,
Professor of Neuromusculoskeletal Biomechanics in the School of Allied Health Sciences, leader of Core Group in Innovations in Health Technology, Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University

Thursday, July 11th
at 9am CET, 4pm EST, 13pm PST

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Finding the Perfect Fit: An Anatomical Population Study into the Trochlear Groove Orientation and Modern Femoral Implant Designs through Scripting

by Dr. Yifei Dai,
Senior Research Scientist/Engineer at Exactech Inc.

Tuesday, July 24th
at 3.30pm CET, 10.30 am EST, 7.30am PST

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Finding the Perfect Fit: An Anatomical Population Study into the Trochlear Groove Orientation and Modern Femoral Implant Designs through Scripting
by Dr. Yifei Dai, Senior Research Scientist/Engineer at Exactech Inc.

Thursday, July 24th at 3.30pm CET, 10.30 am EST,  7.30am PST

Proper shape of the femoral component in total knee arthroplasty (TKA), corresponding with the native morphology of the patient is critical to the success of the operation. Despite overall good clinical outcome of the current TKA systems, patellofemoral complication remains a clinical issue that leads to low patient satisfaction, anterior knee pain and revision.  In this webinar, Dr. Yifei Dai (Exactech Inc.) will present a study in which she characterized the native trochlear groove in 91 healthy subjects through Scripting in the Mimics Innovation Suite, and performed a virtual implant fit study to assess how well the modern TKA systems, representing two major trochlear compartment design philosophies, mimicked the native morphology. Through this study, she was able to show that design philosophy impacts the ability of the implant in the restoration of the native trochlear groove orientation in conjunction of minimizing component overhang. 
The target audience for this webinar is those interested in morphological analysis, implant design, and virtual population studies in general.

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Yifei Dai

About the presenter

Yifei Dai is a PhD in Mechanical Engineering with research backgrounds in spine, knees, and hips. She is currently the Senior Research Scientist/Engineer at Exactech Inc responsible for pre-clinical and clinical research in knees and computer-assisted orthopedic surgery. Dr Dai has previously worked for Mayo Clinic as FEA Engineer and Zimmer Biomet as Senior Research Engineer. Her specialties include TKA Clinical Research, Computer-assisted TKA, Population-based Implant Design and Fit Analysis, Statistical Shape Analysis of Bone Morphology, Medical Image Segmentation, Registration and Analysis, and Finite Element Modeling.

Automatically Fitting Devices and Performing Measurements of Post-Operative Facial Reconstruction through Scripting
by Dr. Peter Metherall, Clinical Scientist and Chartered Engineer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust

Thursday, June 29th at 4pm CET, 11 am EST, 8am PST

If you are interested in fitting and sizing devices onto the anatomy and in comparing the planning and post-operative outcome of facial reconstructive surgery, then you don’t want to miss this presentation. Dr Peter Metherall will present:

  • How to fit a bone conduction hearing implant system to the mastoid. In this type of surgery, the location of the device is critical. The developed scripted workflow allowed to investigate many possible locations for placement, and to thereby determine if the transducer will fit within the mastoid.
  • How to evaluate post traumatic eye correction surgery. The post-operative correction was compared to the planned position using the registered skull as a fixed reference.

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Dr Peter Metherall

About the presenter

Dr Peter Metherall is a registered Clinical Scientist and Chartered Engineer at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is the lead scientist of the 3D Imaging Lab. He is responsible for the imaging computer systems and has developed image visualisation software which has now been licensed commercially. He has received two Chief Scientific Officer awards for innovation in 2005 and 2008. He is currently leading the implementation of the Sheffield 3D Imaging Lab; a new initiative to improve the clinical utility of Advanced Visualisation and Quantitative Imaging for routine clinical imaging investigations and research applications.

The Personalized Digital Human: Personalizing Computational Models to Prevent and Treat Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions
by Prof. David Lloyd, Professor of Neuromusculoskeletal Biomechanics in the School of Allied Health Sciences, leader of Core Group in Innovations in Health Technology, Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University

Tuesday, July 11th at 9am CET, 4pm EST, 13pm PST

In the near future the Personalized Digital Human Body Models, with personalized rigid body neuromusculoskeletal and finite element computational models, will have many uses. Current research has shown that predictive accuracy of these computational models requires personalised representations of various characteristics of the neuromusculoskeletal system.
During this webinar, Prof. Lloyd will cover the methods for development and validation of high-fidelity personalized models from normal healthy individuals across the life span and different ethnic groups, but also from patient’s in different pathological populations.

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Dr Peter Metherall

About the presenter

David Lloyd is Professor of Neuromusculoskeletal Biomechanics in the School of Allied Health Sciences and leader of Core Group in Innovations in Health Technology, Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University.

He chairs the Gold Coast Orthopaedic Research and Education (GCORE) alliance, between Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital and other private hospitals on the Gold Coast, and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Western Australia in Human Science and in Mechanical Engineering. He is mechanical engineer who first worked in the aeronautical industry, but went on to complete a PhD and post-doctoral training in biomechanical engineering and neurophysiology.

David is an internationally renowned biomechanical engineer, and with his research team they have developed motion analysis and computer simulation methods to study the causes, prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injury and disease. Their procedures to study sport injuries are copied the world over, as are their computer simulation methods that are being adopted for orthopaedics and neurorehabilitation applications. From this research they have developed highly effective training programs proven to prevent knee injuries in community sport.

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