Crispin Weinberg | 3D printed patient-specific models for surgeons
Who is Crispin Weinberg?
Crispin Weinberg is an anatomical engineer & entrepreneur, and President of Biomedical Modeling Inc. , which produces 3D printed patient-specific models for surgeons and providing anatomical engineering services for medical device designers. Previously he served as Chief Scientific Officer of Angio-Oncology Sciences, Inc., co-founder of Organogenesis Inc., and Research Fellow at MIT. PhD (Neurobiology), Harvard University SM (Physics), SB (Mathematics), the University of Chicago.
In this episode we discuss the process on how to convert scan data to 3D CAD files, the benefits of proving surgeons with patient-specific models prior to surgery, and Crispin’s biggest success stories.
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