3-D printing is revolutionizing a multitude of industries, including the medical and research fields. In research and veterinary medicine, it contributes to the illustrious 3R’s by refining the way we go about surgeries, customization of implants, and creation of novel enrichment devices. Furthermore, bioprinting, or 3-D printing with living cells or other biomaterials, is predicted to have a huge impact on reduction and replacement of research animals. In this presentation you can learn more about 3-D printing, how it works, what it is being for today, and new and improved methods to support research and its animals.
Speaker: Jenna Schoenberger
Clinical Laboratory Animal Veterinarian
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Jenna Schoenberger, VMD, is currently a clinical laboratory animal veterinarian at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. She is a second-career veterinarian that started in the corporate world before graduating vet school at the University of Pennsylvania in 2018. She became a laboratory animal medicine resident at the University of Chicago in 2019. Prior to residency, she has also worked in research labs and private practice.
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