Our multidisciplinary MUN MED 3D team has built the processes and procedures within the central lab, that provides structure and ongoing technical support to rural sites via the MED 3D Network.
The MED 3D Network acts as a collaborative system, connecting and incubating six rural sites throughout Atlantic Canada to the central innovation hub, MUN MED 3D within Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Through excellence in collaborative design, research and implementation, we strive to revolutionize rural health by providing innovative solutions for simulation training and clinical application.
Whether it's custom anatomy, an innovative product idea or a tool for simulation training, we can digitally design and render your concept.
MED 3D Network affiliates can book consultation time with our design team to determine project scope as well as the material requirements before printing.
Our rural sites can collaborate with our MUN MED 3D research team to access Engineering, Biomedical Design and Medical Device Commercialization expertise.
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Rural Biomedical Sites
Health Care Departments Involved
Patient Specific 3D Printing
Dr. Andrew Furey, B.Sc., M.D., FRCSC.
Associate Professor of Surgery., Research Director of Orthopedics, Founder, Team Broken Earth
The work that the team is doing is timely and has high value in the field of Orthopedics as well as other surgical specialties. The need for this type of initiative in Newfoundland and Labrador health care can not be overstated or over supported at this time.
Dr. Doug Angel, M.D., FRCSC.
Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Clinical Assistant Professor, Memorial University of Newfoundland
I think the work they have done so far is excellent, and this is a timely and very relevant project. I am in full support and will offer my support and assistance as needed going forward.
Andy Fisher, P.Eng
Associate Dean, Engineering, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Overall, this initiative has already exceeded my expectations and I believe that it is just beginning to find its way and create impact.
Dr. Tia Renouf, B.Sc., M.D., FCFP(EM)
Chair, Discipline of Emergency Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland
3D printing has been a wonderful addition to our community of practice. The team has been printing bench top simulators for surgical airway and suturing.
Dr. Andrew Smith, MEng, MD, CCFP(EM)
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Family Practice Unit, Memorial University of Newfoundland
The 3D printing lab is a newly founded hub of innovation within the Faculty of Medicine. This is evident by the streams of medical students, residents and practicing clinicians visiting the facility."
MED 3D Network
Dr. Adam DubrowskiPrincipal Investigator
Greg WalshProject Manager
Christine GoudieDesigner + Research Assistant
Nicole BishopResearch Assistant
MUN MED 3D ADVISORY BOARD
Michael BartellasCo-Founder + Project Lead
Stephen RyanCo-Founder + Project Lead
Travis PickettProject Lead
Dr. Gary PaternoMedical Advisor
RURAL SITES ADVISORY BOARD
Dr. Chris PateySite #1: Carbonear, NL
Dr. Ravi VatturiSite #2: St. Anthony, NL
Dr. Everett VersteegSite #3: Goose Bay, NL
Dr. Chad PettenSite #4: Twillingate, NL
Dr. Marianne McKennaSite #5: Saint John, NB
Dr. Wendy GrahamSite #6: Port aux Basques, NL
Please note that information provided to MED 3D Network and MUN MED 3D must be patient de-identified. Information regarding MED 3D Network and MUN MED 3D involvement in projects may be disclosed in the form of academic studies, press releases, or other forms of communication, unless expressly agreed otherwise.
We will contact you within 48 hours of receiving your project intake request.
AddressFaculty of Medicine
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Health Sciences Centre
300 Prince Phillip Drive
St. John's, NL, A1B 3V6