Thursday, 16 May 2013
2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT / 18:00 UTC/GMT (Duration: 1 hour)
Additive Manufacturing is at the core of surgical device development, cutting-edge simulation and research innovation that is helping the University of Southern Florida Health program advance state-of-the-art education into real world healthcare practices. The Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) department is responsible for every possible form of health professional education and training and by using the Objet Connex technology from Stratasys they are continuously innovating and pushing the limits of design and prototype development. From conceptualization, device validation and improvement on simulation tactics 3D printing has played an integral role. Join Stratasys and Mario Simoes to find out how rapid prototyping can really expand the way engineers design, develop and implement new products into the industry.
Mario Simoes, Chief Engineer Tampa Bay Research and Innovation Center at CAMLS
Mario Simoes is the Chief Engineer at the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CALMS) center in Tampa, FL. Mario has been developing innovative medical solutions in conjunction with Dr. Stuart Hart at USF CAMLS. He has been providing clients with unique solutions through collaborative engineering and state of the art technologies. Mario has a masters in Mechanical Engineering from the University of South Florida.
Bruce leads Stratasys Marketing efforts in North America. His experience in product marketing, product management, communication and messaging have helped position Stratasys as the leading 3D printer solution in the additive manufacturing market. Bruce is often an author of articles in leading industry publications such as Desktop Engineering, Product Development and Design World and is often a featured speaker at events such as SME, PTC Live, SolidWork World and more. He brings more than 20 years’ experience of knowledge and expertise in technology, marketing and over positioning for organizations such as Stratasys.
IEEE Spectrum “Tech Talk” contributor Douglas McCormick is a New York City-based freelance writer and communications consultant specializing in technology and life science. He has been editor or editorial director of such publications as PM360 (for healthcare marketers), BioTechniques (for molecular biology researchers), Pharmaceutical Technology, and Nature Publishing Company’s Bio/Technology (now called Nature Biotechnology). He was founder, CEO, and CTO of Physician Verification Services (an internet based healthcare marketing start-up) and, earlier, corporate director of scientific communications at SmithKline Beecham and computer science editor at Hayden Book Company.
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