Chapel Hill, NC, March 24, 2016 – The American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA) is pleased to announce 3dMD as the Gold Sponsor for the American Cleft Palate Association’s 73rd Annual Meeting and Pre-Conference Symposium. 3dMD is a longtime exhibitor and is returning as a sponsor this year.
“We are pleased that Atlanta-based 3dMD will be joining us as an exhibitor and Gold Sponsor at the Annual Meeting in Atlanta,” said Dr. Richard Kirschner, 2016 ACPA President. “Their ongoing support of ACPA’s premier cleft and craniofacial meeting enables us to provide networking and educational opportunities to members and the profession.”
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome the ACPA community to our home city of Atlanta” said Chris Lane, CEO. “This community has continued to push 3dMD through the years to deliver the best image precision tools, so it is with great excitement that 3dMD launches its latest generation of temporal-3D surface imaging systems for everyday clinical use at this year’s meeting. 3dMD’s evolution from static-3D to temporal-3D (or time-based) systems will provide this technology-savvy community with the tools to support the next wave of research focused on simulating outcomes and quantifying facial reanimation throughout the treatment cycle.”
3dMD is the world leader in the development of anatomically-precise static-3D and “temporal-3D” (4D) surface imaging systems and sophisticated software required to support serious applications in healthcare, biometrics, ergonomics, human factors, research, and size and fit.
The Annual Meeting, April 4-9, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia, will explore advances in research, clinical and team-driven care of patients. The 2016 Scientific Program will feature general and concurrent specialty sessions, poster sessions, panel presentations, study sessions, and returning this year, nuts and bolts of team coordination.
KLS Martin, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Stryker, and Nationwide Children’s Hospital are also sponsoring this year’s event.
About the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association
ACPA is a 73-year old non-profit medical society of healthcare professionals dedicated to treating birth defects of the head and face through a team care approach. ACPA supports the professional community and enhances the quality of team care by providing education and resources, supporting and disseminating research, and acting as an open forum for specialists to communicate. More information about ACPA can be found at www.acpa-cpf.org or by calling 919-933-9044.