Advancing Veterinary Medicine through 3D Printing
by Dr. Mike Karlin and Jeremy Knight
Technological innovation is continually advancing the level of care that doctors can provide patients.
Discover the advantages that implementing 3-D printing has provided Dr. Karlin in his veterinary practice. Dr. Mike Karlin (DVM) explains how he uses different additive manufacturing applications to virtually plan for a successful surgery while using cutting guides to support the procedures. During this webinar, we review clinical cases with Distal Radial Deformity and Atlantoaxial Luxation.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Image processing & shape molding
Guide and screw placement
Analysis of surgical accuracy in MIS
Dr. Mike Karlin
DVM, MS, DACVS LA-SA, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
Dr. William “Mike” Karlin is a member of the Department of Clinical Sciences and is an Assistant Professor in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Karlin splits his time between the orthopedic service in Foster Hospital for Small Animals and instructing clinical year students and training interns and residents.
Dr. Karlin came to Tufts from his position as a small animal surgeon at the Intown Veterinary Group Hospital in Natick, MA. Prior to that he was a surgeon at the Southern New Hampshire Veterinary Referral Hospital in Manchester, NH.
Dr. Karlin is double-boarded as a diplomate of American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) in both Small Animal and Large Animal. He completed a residency/fellowship for dual certification in small animal surgery at Lauderdale Veterinary Specialists in Fort Lauderdale, FL in 2014, and he received his Masters of Veterinary Science and completed a residency in large animal surgery from the University of Illinois in 2010. His DVM degree was awarded from Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006, and his BS from the University of Nebraska in 2002.
Academic Account Manager, Materialise
Jeremy Knight joined Materialise in March of 2019 as an Application Engineer for the Biomedical Engineering team. In 2020 Jeremy was promoted to Academic Account Manager where he manages medical software distribution in the United States and Canada. Prior to his time at Materialise, Jeremy worked as a Research Assistant for the Department of Neurology at Henry Ford Hospital where he was exposed to medical imaging, analysis, and computational modeling. Jeremy graduated Central Michigan University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree focused in Biomedical Sciences.