Taubman Tech Talk to focus on 3D printing and tissue engineering
All Michigan Medicine faculty and staff are invited to attend a lecture and Q&A with David Zopf, M.D., assistant professor of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery at the U-M Medical School.
Zopf is a leader in the use of 3D printing for clinical applications and surgical simulation.
3D printing is revolutionizing the health care field, with foundational, groundbreaking work in the field being conducted at Michigan Medicine. In 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 from 5 p.m. until 6 p.m. on Feb. 21 in the Danto Auditorium at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center, is free and open to all. A reception will light refreshments will follow.
Please register to help 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.