3D-Printed Prostheses: The Complexity of Serving Indviduals Living in Low-Resource Regions, Disaster Areas & Conflict Zones.

With main speaker Jade Myers, RIT alumna and current manager at RIT access technology prototyping lab, will be speaking about her experience working in an international non-profit organization specializing in designing culturally appropriate and affordable 3D-printed prosthetic devices.

Alongside with two special guests: Omar Soufan and Ibrahim Mohammad, University of Rochester Students, who will be speaking about their effort to establish a rehabilitative center in Lebanon to aid displaced and wounded refugees from Syria.

Interpreting services requests can be submitted at myaccess.rit.edu. Please direct any questions to John Oliphant at jboscl@rit.edu


Contact
John Oliphant


585-475-5607

Event Snapshot
When and Where
Thursday, April 19, 2018
5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Room/Location:
1174
Who

Open to the Public

Cost
FREE
Interpreter Requested

No