Transforming Medical Research with 3D Printing

About this webinar

Learn how 3D printing is transforming the course of medical research at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, and Arizona State University for complex surgical planning.

The multi-center team discusses the methods and optimized workflow that has enabled them to create over 200 patient-specific heart models over the last two years using the Mimics Innovation Suite. The team also discusses a unique application of 3D modeling and 3D printing for fundamental flow experimentation.

What you will learn

  • How this multi-center team has optimized workflows, which enabled them to create more than 200 personalized heart models in two years
  • How to apply 3D modeling and 3D printing for fundamental flow experimentation
  • How to go from CT/MRI data to 3D anatomy models
  • How to semi-automate time-consuming tasks using Mimics heart segmentation tools



David Frakes, PhD.

Associate Professor, Arizona State University


Randy Richardson, MD

Academic Chair of Radiology, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center


Stephen Pophal, MD

Division Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Phoenix Children’s Hospital


Mike Watson

Manager of Diagnostic Imaging, Phoenix Children's Hospital


Justin Ryan, PhD

Research Scientist, Phoenix Children's Hospital

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