Additive Manufacturing For Surgical Tools And Implants
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom D
14:20 - 14:40
A look at how 3D printing is advancing all surgical tools and implants, with real life examples, bone-implant interface material science, and case imagery.
Josh Mikulich is an experienced neuro-spine and orthopedic medical device entrepreneur. Josh joined Anatomics in 2016 as Senior Product Specialist under the leadership of Dean Carson PhD, Vice President of US Operations.
Josh's role involves strategic engagement with industry & hospital partners, as well as clinical representation in the operating room for complex surgery.
In 2018, Josh was enrolled in Swinburne University's Offshore PhD program. He is currently researching the implementation of additive manufacturing for the production of implants and biomodels in the hospital setting.
Anatomics is a Melbourne-based and Australian-owned medical device company that has been manufacturing and marketing surgical products to surgeons locally and internationally since 1996. Anatomics pioneered CT scan derived surgical implant technology and was first to market with an innovative, quality product that assisted surgeons to produce better surgical outcomes and save valuable operating theatre time.