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3D Printed Models Enable Hands-On Training at Jacobs Institute

The Jacobs Institute is leading in vascular health thanks to its clinical expertise and advanced training techniques. Training with 3D printed models that mimic patient anatomy creates an ideal hands-on training environment for a range of applications. Experiential learning boosts patient safety and improves competencies for both new medical students and experienced physicians learning new techniques and technologies.

Watch this 30-minute webinar and learn how The Jacobs Institute uses 3D printed vascular models to:

  • Advance neurovascular understanding of anatomy and techniques
  • Help residents and medical-device engineers understand how and why procedures are used
  • Teach surgical techniques through hands-on experience

Register here.

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Michael Gaisford

Michael Gaisford

Michael Gaisford comes to Stratasys after 10 years in the medical device and pharmaceutical industry, working for Boston Scientific, Health Advances, and Genentech. He lives in Berlin, MA (correctly pronounced as BUR-lin) with his family and ill-behaved Rhodesian Ridgeback. In his “free” time he coaches kids sports, supports scouting groups, and plays basketball.

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