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NIH 3D Print Exchange

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Transcript of NIH 3D Print Exchange

The NIH 3D Print Exchange
Presented by Dr. Darrell Hurt
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Open Source
Open Access
Rapid Prototyping
Medical
Education
Requires expertise in modeling software
Hard to find biological 3D prints
Challenges
Target Users
David Chen, Ph.D.
Computer Scientist
Erin Fincher
Technical IRTA,
Scientific Illustrator
Jeremy Swan
Biovisualization Specialist,
Project Coordinator
Project Sponsor
Project Lead
Darrell Hurt, Ph.D.
Section Head,
Computational Biology
Meghan Coakley, M.S. Scientific Program Analyst
Nick Weber, M.S.
Project Manager
Vsevolod “Seva” Alekseyev
Software Architect
Art Olson, Ph.D.
Director, the Molecular Graphics
Laboratory
The Scripps Research Institute
Graham Johnson, Ph.D., CMI
Principle Investigator,
the Mesoscope Project
University of California San Francisco
Thomas Ferrin, Ph.D.
Director, Resource for Biocomputing,
Visualization, and Informatics
University of California San Francisco
Janet Iwasa, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
University of Utah
School of Medicine
Louisa Stark, Ph.D.
Department of Human Genetics
University of Utah
Tim Herman, Ph.D.
Director, Center for
BioMolecular Modeling
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Capt. Gerry Grant, U.S. Navy
Director, 3D Medical
Applications Center
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Nick Polys, Ph.D.
Director of Visual Computing
Affiliate Professor,
Dept of Computer Sciences
Virginia Tech
NIH Research Festival
NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD
October 7-11, 2013
STEM Careers Fair
September 27-28, 2013
Dulles Town Center Mall, Dulles, Virginia
The NIH 3D Print Exchange Team
Terry Yoo, M.S., PhD.
Computer Scientist
The NIH 3D Print Exchange Advisory Team
Congressman Frank Wolf
Tutorials and Interactive Features
Online 3D Modeling Tools
Project Kick-Off
HHSignite
Funds

Airwolf3D AW3D XL
Printing Materials
ZPrinter510 - "Commerical" grade
Printing Materials
NIAID/OCICB
Infrastructure and Expertise
July
Special Thanks
Dr. J.J. McGowan, Deputy Director, Office of Science Management and Operations, NIAID, NIH

Mike Tartakovsky, CIO and Director, Office of Cyber Infrastructure and Computational Biology, NIAID, NIH

Read Holman and the HHSignite project team

Other HHSignite groups for providing feedback

Secretary Sebelius, Bryan Sivak, and the HHS Office of Technology
Acknowledgements
3D Printing Technology
Project
Milestones
Milestone #1
August
Planning and web design
Milestone #2
September
Database design;
begin development
Milestone #3
October
Initial website;
submission tool
Milestone #4
November
Load content & tutorials;
conversion tools
Milestone #5
December
Beta testing
January - February 2014
Final Milestone
Present to HHSInnovation Council
Site goes public!
George Phillips, Ph.D.
Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology; Chemistry
Rice University
If a picture is worth a thousand words,
what is the value of something
you can hold in your hand?

Questions
“3D printing… has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything.”

President Obama
State of the Union
February 12, 2013
Ready-to-Print Bioscientific Models
Outreach
Metrics
Applications
119 out of 100,000+
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