3DHEALS Taipei: 3D Printing in Healthcare – What’s next after the hype?  🗓 🗺

Scheduled Event
9F, Third Outpatient Clinic No. 201, Section 2, Shipai Road, Beitou District, Taipei Map

3DHeals is a San Francisco Bay Area-based International community, aiming at connecting healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs, developers, designers, and regulators that are interested in healthcare-related 3D printing technology. It is the world’s largest community of its kind, having events all over North/ South America, Asia, Europe and Australia. This community helps build a platform for both collaborative research and education in 3D printing technology.
The meeting in September is the very first 3DHeals community event in Taiwan. The goal is not only to connect the local community but also to link talented teams with the world. 
September 11th, 2018.  6:30 pm – 9:30 pm (GMT+8)
9F, Third Outpatient Clinic.  No. 201, Section 2, Shipai Road, Beitou District, Taipei
(Taipei Veterans General Hospital Clinical Innovation Center)




1830-1900 – Networking with Refreshments
1900-1910 – Opening Remarks Lirng-Yu Yang, MD
Taipei Veterans General Hospital Clinical Innovation Center                 
1915-1920 – Opening Remarks Jenny Chen, MD  (3DHeals)         
1920-1935 – Surgeon as Designers: A Patient-Specific Safety Device for Transoral Thyroidectomy Yi-Ting Yeh, MD and Jui-Yu Chen, MD, Department of Pediatric Surgery/ General Surgery, TVGH     
1935-2000 – Metal Additive ManufacturingOvercoming the Design Limitations
Wei-Chin Huang, Ph.D.ITRI  Laser & Additive Manufacturing Technology Center      

2000-2015 – Coffee Break – Networking

2015-2030 – From 2D to 3D to 4D – How Image Processing Transform Surgery Chao-Ming Chen, MDTherapeutical & Research Center of Musculoskeletal Tumors, TVGH
2030-2045 – From Bench to Market – Biocompatible 3D Printing Materials Jimmy Su, Ph.D. (CEO Enlighten Materials)   
2045-2100 – Closing Remarks
2100-2130 – Networking
2140 – More Networking and Discussion at “Miso iZakaya” (6 minutes walk)

Speaker’s Bio

Jenny Chen, MD
Dr. Jenny Chen is a Neuroradiologist at Stanford University Hospital. She is also the founder of 3DHeals, the world’s largest educational community for researchers, entrepreneurs, clinicians, and regulators who are doing healthcare-focused 3D printing technology.
She received her MD degree at UCLA Medical School, completed her residency at UCLA Medical Center and Neuroradiology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.  

 Jui-Yu Chen, MD
Dr. Jui-Yu Chen is an attending surgeon at the Division of General Surgery, Taipei Veterans General Hospital and a director at Taiwan Association of Endocrine Surgeons. He completed his research fellowship at the Division of Endocrine Surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Hospital and Columbia University Medical Center. His excellence in thyroid surgery has helped tens of thousands of patients. He has never stopped the pursuit of improving clinical outcome. He introduced Transoral thyroidectomy which is a surgery that can remove pathologic thyroid through the incision in the mouth, keeping the surgical scar invisible. This procedure is highly technical dependent. Dr. Chen is optimizing the outcome and lowering the complication rate of this surgery by creating innovative devices through 3D design and printing technology. 
Chen received his bachelor degree of Medicine from Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Taiwan.

 Yi-Ting Yeh, MD
Dr. Yi-Ting Yeh is an attending surgeon at the Division of Pediatric Surgery, Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan and a lecturer of Surgery at National Yang-Ming University. Previously, he had conducted in several clinical studies in the implication of Three-Dimensional Printing and was awarded for the best paper in Surgical Field in 2015, Journal of Chinese Medical Association and was honored of the rising star award at 2017 Joint International Congress of International Liver Transplantation Society, ELITA & LICAGE.
Yeh received his MD degree from National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan.
Wei-Chin Huang, PhD
Wei-Chin Huang is an engineer/researcher at the Laser & Additive Manufacturing Technology Center, ITRI, Taiwan. He previously served as the project leader of the research projects for Medical Device Product using Additive Manufacturing, ITRI, and R&D specialist at the Factory of Intelligent Additive Manufacturing Medical Devices, ITRI.
Huang received his master and Ph.D. degree of Materials Science and Engineering from National Cheng-Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan.
Chao-Ming Chen, MD, PhDc
Dr. Chao-Ming Chen is an Orthopedic surgeon at the Therapeutical and Research Center of Musculoskeletal Tumor at Taipei Veterans General Hospital. Chen received his MD degree at Taipei Medical University. His research focuses on applying 3D technologies in optimizing the care of Musculoskeletal tumor patients. His cross-disciplinary and in-depth experience in both 3D printing and MSK surgical oncology make him an outstanding clinical innovator. The work, he and his team, developed has benefited numerous surgeons and patients.    

Dr. Yuan-Min Lin, D.D.S., M.Sc.(Hons), Ph.D
Dr. Yuan-Min Lin is a Professor at the Department of Dentistry, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan. He has prolific publications in the field of tissue engineering, biomaterials, and regenerative medicine and regenerative dentistry. He is one of the leaders of 3D printing technology around dentistry.
Lin received his Ph.D. in Tissue Engineering at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, MSc (hons) in Biomedical Materials at IRC in biomedical materials, Queen Mary, University of London and DDS, Doctor of Dental surgery, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan.

 Jimmy J.M. Su, PhD
Jimmy J.M. Su is currently the CEO of the Enlighten Materials Ltd. company, which is a spin-off company from National Yang Ming University. He has 10 years of research experience at the National Health Research Institute. Recently, Jimmy and his team are working on the development of biocompatible 3D printing materials for dental application. 3D printing material for surgical guide fabrication has been approved by Taiwan FDA and CE. In addition, two 3D printing denture materials are ongoing to apply FDA 510(k) this year. He believes that 3D printing can provide better complete dentures for elders in the future.

Conference VenueNo. 201, Section 2, Shipai Road, Beitou District, Taipei City, 112 (9F, Third Out-Patient Clinic, Taipei Veterans General Hospital)
Post-conference Meetup Miso Izakaya – No.5, Ln. 130, Tianmu W. Rd., Beitou Dist., Taipei City 112, Taiwan
By MRT: 8 minutes walk from MRT Shipai Station
By Car: Hospital parking 30NTD/hr (No. 201, Section 2, Shipai Road, Beitou District, Taipei City)

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