Martin Herzmann, Sales Manager Medical
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3D Printing in Medicine revolutionizes healthcare as one of the leading disruptive technologies. Both patients and physicians benefit from this technologies. This presentation will share insights of the current possibilities, the challenges ahead and the proven success stories. As the 3D printing portfolio of Materialise ranges from cardiovascular to orthopedic and CMF for hospitals as well as Software and Services for MedTech companies and academic institutes the presentation will provide an overview about current trends in 3D printed healthcare solutions.
Speaker Biography (Martin Herzmann)
Martin Herzmann is working since 20 years in the medical industry. He started his career in 1999 at Brainlab and fulfilled different roles in Sales, Marketing and Business Development. After a growth from 100 to 1.000 employees Martin changed after 8 years and gained experience in intraoperative imaging for Ziehm Imaging. In 2015 Martin joined Materialise and is responsible for all Medical activities in German speaking countries heading a team of 8 colleagues (Sales, Marketing, Application Engineers).
Company Profile (Materialise)
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Materialise incorporates 27 years of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, which together form the backbone of the 3D printing industry. Materialise Medical, which has pioneered many of the leading medical applications of 3D Printing, enables researchers, engineers and clinicians to revolutionize innovative patient-specific care. Materialise Medical's open and flexible platform of software and services, Materialise Mimics, forms the foundation of certified Medical 3D Printing, in clinical as well as research environments, offering virtual planning software tools, 3D-printed anatomical models, and patient-specific surgical guides and implants.