Ankur Chandra to Present Case Study at BIOMEDevice Boston
March 18, 2014
Ankur Chandra, associate professor of surgery and biomedical engineering at the University of Rochester, program director of the university's vascular surgery clinical residency program, and a practicing vascular surgeon will present a
Case study: Highly Accurate Prototyping for Medical 3-D Printing at BIOMEDevice Boston, Wednesday, March 26 at 2:40 p.m.
Also a member of the Center for Medical Technology and Innovation (CMTI), Chandra's Cardiovascular Engineering Lab (CVEL) involves a cross-disciplinary, multi-institutional team working towards solving cardiovascular problems using engineering principles. The overall theme of this lab is solving little problems, using the expertise of staff and students from various backgrounds, in order to solve the bigger problems in this field. The cardiovascular system is governed by forces prevalent in engineering, and the team of clinicians and engineers work together on problems faced in the cardiovascular field which can be solved through the application of engineering.
To read more about his case study see the full article here.