Applications of 3D printing in oncology: 3D post-processing, patient-specific modeling and medical 3D printing

Written by Tatiana Kelil

Tatiana Kelil (University of California, San Francisco; CA, USA) describes how 3D printing is assisting radiology-based therapeutics for cancer and what the future may hold for 3D printing as a tool in the fight against cancer, in this exclusive interview with 3DMedNet. Biography: Tatiana Kelil is an Assistant Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF; CA, USA) and a Co-Director of the Center for Advanced 3D+ Technologies at UCSF. She earned her MD at Chicago Medical School (IL, USA) followed by a diagnostic radiology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School (MA, USA). She...

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