This is the audio recording of a recent 3DHEALS IG Live session. We had the pleasure to interview Dr. Mayra Vasques, founder of Innov3D. She is also an educator and a passionate technologist for the adoption of dental 3D printing. In this episode, we focused on an application that inspired her journey: a 3D printed nightguard. This was also relevant to her Ph.D. thesis. We also answered live audience questions, including how the adoption of 3D printing differs between small and large dental labs. Dr. Vasques reveals some facts not commonly known to the public.
Guest Speaker Bio:
Dr. Mayra Vasques is the founder of iNNOV3D an EdTech company focused on supporting and training teachers and universities in Healthcare for the innovative and efficient use of 3D Technologies. The company was founded based on the belief that the best innovative solutions in healthcare will emerge from professionals that are raised familiar with technology and for this, the institutions must be prepared for these professionals.
She started in the additive manufacturing field in 2015, during her Ph.D. Fellow at School of Dentistry at the University of Sao Paulo, where she led a project in additive manufacturing for the development of occlusal splints for patients with orofacial pain. Since then she has been involved in several AM research projects and as a panelist in conferences.
She is deeply involved in creating a positive and more accessible local ecosystem in Brazil for digital technology and AM, working for local community building associated with international organizations such as ”Women in 3D Printing” and “3DHeals”.
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