Dr. Wayne Newhauser, Dr. Charles M.Smith Chair in Medical Physics, and a team of graduate students are researching the application of 3-D scanning and printing technologies to improve cancer treatments.

Dr. Wayne Newhauser, Dr. Charles M.Smith Chair in Medical Physics, and a team of graduate students are researching the application of 3-D scanning and printing technologies to improve cancer treatments. Read More
The 3-D printer project is one of several collaborative projects between oncologists at Mary Bird Perkins - Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center and LSU's medical physics program in LSU Department of Physics and Astronomy. The resources of both programs augment the other, creating a symbiotic relationship. Mary Bird Perkins and LSU have become national leaders in the use of 3-D printers to fight cancer
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3-D Printed Models Gain Favor with Surgeons. http://bit.ly/1VHECyq