3D Printing and Tissue Engineering: Taubman Tech Talks

FOUND IN: Events, Research Event


Thursday, February 21, 2019


5:00pm - 6:00pm


Danto Auditorium


Please join us for this lecture and Q&A by David Zopf, MD, assistant professor of Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Zopf is a leader in the use of 3D printing for clinical applications and surgical simulation.

3D printing is revolutionizing the healthcare field, with foundational, groundbreaking work in the field being conducted at U-M.  In Dr. Zopf’s talk, he will provide an overview of additive manufacturing/3D printing, the achievements that have occurred, and the exciting future horizon for 3D printing and tissue engineering in medicine.

The lecture, to be held at the Danto Auditorium at U-M’s Frankel Cardiovascular Center, is free and open to all. A reception will light refreshments will follow from 6-7 pm.

Please register to help us with catering estimates.

Taubman Technology Talks is sponsored by the Taubman Institute to inform the U-M community about ongoing advances in tools and technologies.