Personalized medicine is the future that 3D printing can enable

The current medical treatment model, centered on a “one size fits all” approach, lacks precision. Personalized medicine, aiming for tailored treatment based on individual profiles, holds promise for optimal efficacy and minimal side effects. TNO, with 3D printing technology, collaborates with the renowned hospital, Erasmus University Medical Center, to customize pediatric doses efficiently. The goal is to integrate 3D printers into hospital pharmacies for swift, cost-effective production of customized medication.

January 2025, 12th edition, The Netherlands

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The success in this endeavor holds promise for accelerating personalized medication development, catering to unmet needs in pediatric and geriatric care, and revolutionizing healthcare norms. TNO has been active in the 3D printing field for over 30 years, and for the last couple of years, one of the focus area is Pharma applications. With the state-of-the-art at TNO, the vision is to look at a smart future with personalized medicine.

About Jayeeta Sengupta
The speaker, Jayeeta Sengupta, is a nano-biologist with a strong background in life science and biomedical research. Specializing in client interaction, business innovation, and development, the author bridges research and business expertise to envision the commercial and societal impact of new research. With experience in client-facing roles, the author excels in translating market needs into successful project plans. As a Program Manager and Senior Consultant at TNO, the author defines innovation roadmaps and crafts attractive propositions for industrial partners. Previous roles include EMEA Customer Training Manager at Thermo Fisher Scientific, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland Global Campus, and Valorization Manager and Business Developer at Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus. Holding a Ph.D. in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, the author has contributed to projects globally, from the University of Alberta in Canada to the Istituto FIRC di Oncologia Molecolare in Italy. Adept at practical problem-solving and innovation, the author integrates research prowess with business acumen to drive impactful change. Jayeeta is an enthusiastic presenter at public talks and conferences, addressing scientific subjects poised to drive positive transformations in patient health.

About TNO – (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research)
TNO is an independent research organization based in Netherlands. is dedicated to targeted innovation. Their focus is not just on developing knowledge but on its practical application in day to day life and for future innovations which can improve the quality of living. TNO comprises six units, each with multiple departments. This talk is presented by the Equipment for Additive Manufacturing department in the Industry unit, which focusses on innovative 3D printing technologies for the pharma and food domains. TNO collaborate with partners from industry, academia, regulators, OEMs and other stakeholders. Projects can be initiated on the basis of fee for service (contract research), public-private partnerships, consulting services, EU projects and other grant applications. TNO is committed to advancing research with real-world impact.
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Jayeeta Sengupta is speaker at the 2023 edition of the 3D Medical Conference about personalized medicine, aiming for tailored treatment based on individual profiles.