INTERREG 2 Seas – 3DMED – Development and integration of 3D printing for better patient care

            

Goal : Develop and improve 3D printing technologies to ease and raise its use in medical field for the benefit of patients

Actions carried out by Eurasanté :

  • Help to set European users standards to foster adoption of 3D printing techniques by clinicians, hospitals, laboratories and patients
  • Participation to communication and dissemination of project’s results
  • Organisation of a French workshop to disseminate results towards actors from French value chain actors
  • Manage market studies and prospective visits towards companies, industrials, clinicians, hospitals in order to evaluate and validate business models
  • Help in valorisation of project’s results by protecting IP assets, creation of spin-outs and startups and setting-up of sustainable partnerships

Duration: 36 months

Official start: 01.10.2018

Budget: €6,843,950

Head og project: Technische Universiteit Delft (TUD) (NL)

Partners: 

  • Stichting Materials innovation institute (NL)
  • EXO-L BV (NL)
  • Dutch Ophthalmic Research Center (International) B.V. (NL)
  • Amber Implants B.V. (NL)
  • Oceanz BV (NL)
  • University of Ghent (BE)
  • Strategisch Initiatief Materialen (BE)
  • Avroxa bvba (BE)
  • Association pour la Recherche et le Développement des Méthodes et Processus Industriels (FR)
  • Eurasanté (FR)
  • University of Lille – INSERM U1008 (FR)
  • Régnier Orthopédie (FR)
  • Meridian Technique Limited (UK)
  • Oxford University (UK)
  • Oxford MESTAR Limited (UK)
  • 3D LifePrints (UK)

Observer partners:

  • Reinier de Graaf Groep (NL)
  • University Medical Center Utrecht (NL)
  • DEAM BV (NL)
  • Dassault Systèmes (NL)
  • Blue Sparrows MedTech Finance B.V. (NL)
  • AZZENO/Cosmipolis Clinic (BE)
  • CADskills BVBA (BE)
  • Nelson Labs Europe NV (BE)
  • In4care vzw (BE)
  • Medtronic (FR)
  • LATTICE MEDICAL (FR)
  • Cousin Biotech (FR)
  • Department of Plastic Surgery, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UK)
  • Leiden University Medical Center (UK)