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Information and policies on 3D printing at the TTUHSC Libraries

 

 

 

       ― ABOUT  ― REQUEST  GALLERY  RUNONS

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― VISION STATEMENT

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO

To promote, support, and facilitate hands-on learning, research activities, and creative experimentation, which are vital to innovation. To develop and cultivate a vibrant and inviting collaborative workspace where students, researchers, and faculty members exchange ideas and work with physical objects and 3D models. 

Like what you see? Check out other Methodological Renderings (stuff we've been working on) in the Gallery.


 

WHAT WE'RE OBSESSED WITH 

 

  • What does Karl Marx have to do with 3D printing and medical applications? 
  • I'm Pretty Sure I'm Dying: Patient Education and 3D Printing.
  • What's the Point of 3D Printing the Model of a Tumor: Resolving the Existential Crisis of the 3D printed Object in Medicine


 

 

INTRO TO

3D PRINTING &

MEDICAL IMAGING

Thinking in 3D

Course Description:

This two week, 2-credit elective is designed to provide the fourth-year medical student with basic competencies in 3D modeling and printing using medical imaging data. The student will assess medical scan data to determine the appropriate method for the 3D conversion. Collaboratively, the student will explore applications of relational thinking as it applies to the 3D modeling process and everyday medical practice. At the end of the rotation, the student will be given a case-study to examine, diagnose and develop a 3D application for the prognosis.

Registration is through the School of Medicine department. [For further information, contact kate.m.serralde@ttuhsc.edu]

MIDS 8420 Syllabus

 


 

― WE ARE THE METHODOLOGY LAB

THIS IS OUR RAGTAG TEAM

We all work tirelessly to offer a lab of creation through innovation. This is the next level of digital rendering,
and as such you should know the faces behind the machines. We distinguish ourselves by offering the next
level of technology with enthusiasm and creativity, so that you have the best possible output.

 

 

TTUHSC | Lubbock
3601 4th Street
STOP 7781
Lubbock, TX 79430
806.743.1695

 

 

TTUHSC | Lubbock
3601 4th Street
STOP 7781
Lubbock, TX 79430
806-743-4709

 

 

TTUHSC | Odessa
800 W. 4th St.
Room 1B14
Odessa, TX 79763
432.703.5031