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Jacobs Institute

3D Printing in Clinical Simulation

The Jacobs Institute uses 3D printing in clinical simulations for improved education and training through experiential learning.

3D Printing in Clinical Simulation

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The Jacobs Institute is leading in vascular health thanks to its clinical expertise and advanced training techniques. By training with 3D printed models that mimic patient anatomy, an ideal hands-on training environment is created for a range of applications. Experiential learning helps improve competencies for entry-level trainees and patient safety.

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

Presenters

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Dr. Adnan Siddiqui, Jacobs Institute

Dr. Adnan H. Siddiqui, MD, PhD, FACS, FAHA, is chief medical officer at the Jacobs Institute. He is a neurosurgeon specializing in endovascular treatment of aneurysm, stroke, arteriovenous malformations, and other cerebrovascular diseases. He is widely published, serves as a reviewer for numerous highly-regarded neurosurgery journals, plays a leadership role in the American Association of Neurological Surgery (AANS), and has been invited to more than 200 national and international lectureships.

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Michael E. Springer, Jacobs Institute

Michael Springer is the director of operations and entrepreneurship for the Jacobs Institute, focusing on innovation, business development, and operations. Springer is a biomedical engineer with extensive strategic planning and operations management experience in the medical device space.