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Aims and scope

3D Printing in Medicine publishes 3D printing innovation that impact medicine. Authors can communicate and share Standard Tessellation Language (STL) and related files via the journal. In addition to publishing techniques and trials that will advance medicine with 3D printing, the journal covers "how to" papers to provide a forum for translating applied imaging science.

Early career research in 3D Printing in Medicine

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If you are a trainee in medicine (e.g. medical intern, resident, or clinical fellow), or if you earning a degree in the health sciences or biomedical engineering, here is your opportunity to showcase your cutting edge research findings in the journal 3D Printing in Medicine at no cost to you, if selected as one of the top ten papers for journal submission.

Your submission will undergo the normal peer review process and, if selected, will be published in 3D Printing in Medicine in conjunction with the Radiological Society of North America's 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting. Normal publication fees for ten invited submissions will be waived, based on an unrestricted educational grant from Stratasys.

Interested trainees can send an abstract directly to the Editor in Chief of 3D Printing in Medicine Dr. Rybicki at frybicki@toh.ca. Include in the subject line of your email: Trainee submission to 3D Printing in Medicine.  
The deadline for full submissions is August 1st, 2018.

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Featured article: 3D printing in medicine of congenital heart diseases

Congenital heart diseases causing significant hemodynamic and functional consequences require surgical repair. Understanding of the precise surgical anatomy is often challenging and can be inadequate or wrong. Modern high resolution imaging techniques and 3D printing technology allow 3D printing of the replicas of the patient’s heart for precise understanding of the complex anatomy, hands-on simulation of surgical and interventional procedures, and morphology teaching of the medical professionals and patients.

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2016 Journal Metrics

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    14 days from submission to first decision
    54 days from acceptance to publication


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