Justin Ryan, PhD
September 30, 8:30am - 10:00am MST. Hosted at Phoenix Children's Hospital Cardiac 3D Print Lab
part of a series on Magic
About the speaker
Artist turned Biomedical Engineer who embraces the MAGIC of life, 3D printing, and a plethora of hearts. Justin Ryan, PhD is a Science Foundation Arizona fellow and a research scientist at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Justin earned his BA in Digital Art in 2010 at ASU, an MS and PhD in Biomedical Engineering (ASU) in 2016. Justin’s background in 3D computer imaging and animation has informed his current research initiatives in the physical and virtual modeling of biological systems. He currently runs the operations of the Cardiac 3D Print Lab at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, where he produces 3D printed models for surgical planning and medical education. In the last four years, he has printed over three hundred hearts and has expanded the lab while utilizing three 3D printers.
web : Cardiac3DPrintLab.com instagram : @cardiac3dprintlab
@cardiac3dprintlab :: Phoenix Children’s Hospital, in collaboration with the Image Processing Applications Laboratory at Arizona State University, offers the latest in 3D printing for the purposes of surgical planning and family consultation. The lab was one of the first of its kind to bring this type of technology to patient care. Phoenix Children’s Heart Center is the premier regional referral center in the Southwest and is the fifth largest program of its kind in the U.S. It offers the most comprehensive inpatient and outpatient pediatric cardiac care services to infants, children and teens with congenital heart defects, rhythm disturbances, heart failure and other cardiac-related problems.
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