Uniquely amongst the outlets covering advances in 3D printing and its applications in medicine, the move will see 3DMedNet members gain unlimited access to peer-reviewed original research, commentaries, case studies and more. The Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine is published by FSG’s key imprint for clinical and translational medicine, Future Medicine, which offers valuable insight into the latest findings and opinions on key issues in major areas of clinical and translational medicine, and the biosciences.
“Given the rapid expansion of this field, the ability to refer to a peer-reviewed, trusted source on current research and usage of 3D printing in the field of medicine and healthcare will be crucial in propelling this industry forward and bringing the most benefit to the patient,” said Freya Leask, Publisher of 3DMedNet. “This closer partnership between the journal and 3DMedNet represents another element of our continued commitment to serving the medical community.”
3DMedNet members and new registrants to the site will receive immediate complete access to all new and existing content. Authors contributing to the journals will also benefit from increased dissemination and exposure of their work through 3DMedNet’s strong social and digital presence.
“I look forward to working more intimately with the journal and the publishing authors as the relationship between the publications develops, as well as building the academic rigor of a website which continues to grow in reputation and recognition amongst key figures in the medical 3D printing space,” commented Georgi Makin, Editor of 3DMedNet. “This is a defining step along the road as we work to continue advancing 3D printing in medicine together.”