Symposium: Surgical Applications of 3D Printing


Please use the form to your right to register your interest in this course.

This symposium is to mark the opening of our new printing studios in Camden. From 5pm prompt, we will have a series of short lectures covering some of the exciting developments in medicine and surgery achieved with the help of 3D printing:


The symposium will start at 5pm prompt.

We are delighted to have distinguished guest speakers:

Mr David DUNAWAY, Consultant Plastic Surgeon“Separating conjoined twins”

Prof Roger EMERY, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, “Proximal humeral fractures – Surgical decision making”

Mr Rizwan ATTIA, Cardiothoracic Surgery SpR, “Locating biopsy sites”

Mr Jonathan COLLIER, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, “3D planning and bone remodelling”

Prof Alister HART, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, “Hip replacement – 3D approaches”

Miss Joan GRIEVE, Consultant Neurosurgeon, “Case report: cutting guide and PEEK patient-specific implant”

Dr. Andrew DAWOOD, Clinical Director, “Innovations in oral rehabilitation”

Dr. Veronique SAURET-JACKSON, Managing Director, “Saving time in theatre: health economics”

Mr Simon HOLMES, Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, “The last word”

The objective of this symposium is to give the delegates practical clinical and technical information and useful tips on how to plan and make the best use of 3D printing technologies. We believe that similar methods can be used in various disciplines; we would like you to embrace 3D printing but we don’t want to re-invente the wheel: we want an intelligent use of everything around 3D printing to achieve the best outcome for the patients and the society in general.

Time:      4.30pm for 5pm start