3D printed innovations for humanitarian healthcare

Med3DP is an initiative to develop on-demand medical devices for humanitarian healthcare using 3D printing technology. Med3DP currently hosts a wide range of projects complete with ready-to-print files, documentation and other helpful information. This initative is in association with Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin. Each year a talented group of students in the Master's of Bioengineering program take initiative and brainstorm, prototype, and develop 3D printable medical devices.

The MED3DP Vision

We are building a digital library of low-cost medical equipment available for download for unlimited humanitarian use. Our goal is to make sustainable, valuable solutions in order to deliver healthcare in the most challenging situations to those who need it the most. We aim to keep the public informed on our ongoing progress and participate in outreach activities to peak interest in STEM fields. 

We are always looking for new projects to take on, so please contact us with any of your ideas! 

Mentors

Pedro Díaz Payno, Dr. Michael Monaghan &

Matteo Solazzo

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