Webinar

Cybersecurity for 3D Printed Medical Devices

The cyberattack has made multiple headlines this year, but how many people really understand the technologies and challenges behind the promises? 3DHEALS invites a panel of legal and technological experts from world-class institutions (Identify3D, NYU, MedCrypt, Duane Morris ) to present their unique perspectives and join an exciting conversation focusing on how to forge your own strategy when it comes to cybersecurity for 3D printed medical devices.

Speaker info:

Stephan Thomas

Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Identify3d

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Stephan Thomas is currently the Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Identify3d, a software company that develops software solutions for Digital Manufacturing, in charge of Strategy and Business Development. Identify3d enables the Digital Thread through design protection, manufacturing repeatability, and traceability. Stephan has more than 25 years of experience in Operations, Supply Chain, M&A and Restructuring with companies such as EY, Alvarez & Marsal and REL Consultancy. He holds an M.B.A. from Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business and a Master in management from Dauphine University (France). Stephan also lectures at the Berkeley-Columbia Executive M.B.A. on performance improvement topics. He is a board member of 3D4pro, an Additive Manufacturing Saas company.

Nikhil Gupta

NYU-Tandon School of Engineering Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Nikhil Gupta

Nikhil Gupta joined the NYU-Tandon School of Engineering faculty in 2004 and currently serves as a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. He is also affiliated with the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering and the Center for Cybersecurity.

His research focuses on advanced materials, with current projects related to developing new security methods for 3D printing, developing filaments of advanced composites, and using machine learning methods for materials characterization.

He served as the Chair of the Composites Materials Committee of TMS (2016-2018) and Membership Secretary of the American Society for Composites. He is serving on the editorial board of Composites Part B: Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering A, Heliyon, Advanced Composites, and Hybrid Materials, and ASTM journal Materials Processing and Characterization.

Sean Burke

Partner and Vice-Chair of the products liability trial division at Duane Morris

Sean Burke profile

Sean Burke is the partner and vice-chair of the products liability trial division at Duane Morris. He is in the firm’s Washington, DC office.  Mr. Burke’s practice focuses on the representation of manufacturers of medical devices in product liability cases across the country, including in consolidated multi-plaintiff matters in both federal court and state courts. His experience includes the defense of large total joint replacements (hips, knees, ankles, and shoulders) and resurfacings, tissue matrices and patches, fusion plates, and surgical instruments. 

He has a particular interest and focuses on additive manufacturing, consulting, and advising clients on best practices in the early stages of development to reduce the risk of product liability exposure.  He has tried medical device cases before juries in both state and federal courts while also handling numerous mediations.  He works closely with scientific experts to advance causation and liability defenses in the areas of biomechanical engineering, toxicology, histology, epidemiology, orthopedic surgery and FDA regulations. Click here to read more about Duane Morris’ medical device litigation practice.

Vidya Murphy

VP of Operations – MedCrypt

Vidya Murphy


Vidya is a hands-on leader who is passionate about her people and community. Prior to joining MedCrypt as VP of Operations, she worked for global medical device manufacturer Becton Dickinson.  Vidya holds an MBA from the Wharton School. 

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3DHEALS2020

3DHEALS2020 Summit Recordings

3DHEALS2020

3DHEALS2020 (June 5th-6th, 2020 )was the largest virtual summit this year, in the space of healthcare 3D printing/bioprinting, or elsewhere. This incredible virtual two-day summit gathered more than 70 world experts, 22 sessions. It is one of the most well-curated events that engage the audience to learn, think, and re-invent future healthcare.

We believe the recordings of this summit not long serve as a record of technological advanced in time and space, but also a good starting point for anyone who is interested in working and investing in this unique space.

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Download Agenda here:

3D Printing Ti6Al4V Orthopaedic Implants: As Easy as Counting 1-2-3 (Video)

Media Coverage:

3DHEALS2020: Thank You!

Adventure for Life: Why You Really Should “Attend” 3DHEALS2020 Live

3DHEALS 2020 Virtual Medical Summit: 3D-Printed Materials in Healthcare (3DPrint.com)

Reimagining Healthcare With 3D Printing (SME)

3DHEALS 2020 Virtual Medical Summit: Comprehensive Look at Craniomaxillofacial 3D Printing (3DPrint.com)

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Introduction to 3D Printing in Hospitals by Robert Wesley

Summary: 

This is a recorded lecture from 3DHEALS webinar on August 23rd, 2019. The recording includes moderated Q & A.

The webinar introduces the audience to the world of in-hospital 3D printing programs. Robert will share insights and how-tos with interested parties in a direct and intimate setting online.

The technology has been used in recent years for patient consults, medical student training, pre-operational planning, surgical simulation, intra-operative reference, and post-operative assessment. The goal of this webinar is to share insights, how-tos, and pitfalls of ramping up a 3D printing program within a patient-care institution from square-one. The history of point-of-care manufacturing, clinical and operational workflows, patient case applications, and technology choices are discussed.

This webinar is the first in a series which will take the audience from the essentials of “How do I get started?”; to medical image segmentation practices for soft and hard tissue; to the economics and reimbursement options of in-hospital based 3D printing.

About the Instructor:

Robert Wesley

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3D Printing Engineer, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, USA

Bio: Robert is an experienced biomedical engineer, who has managed hospital-based 3D printing programs. He has acted as a consultant non-profit medical centers looking to invest in the 3D printing space in the Southwestern, Midwestern, and Southeastern regions of the United States. He works closely with research teams in designing and producing prototypes, and with clinical teams to identify anatomy, design and manufacture models, and apply quality standards to the entire process. Focused on capturing tangible cost-savings, he works with business development, finance and accounting, and with supply chain to track the utilization of these in-house centers versus outsourcing to external vendors.

Agenda:

First 30 minutes: Presentation

Second 30 minutes: Moderated Q&A Session

Completion of the course will provide students with a certificate of completion.