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TechTalks is a recurring, CME-accredited presentation series taking place during the Fall and Spring semesters for anyone affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine to learn about how various technologies are being used in medical education, practice, and research. Offered in collaboration with the Technology In Medicine Student Interest Group (TIMSIG). Please register for them here:

All TechTalks will be streamed live via Zoom at, and recordings will be made available through the Kaltura channel – Ruth Lilly Medical Library TechTalks. If there are no attendees online or in-person, talks will be cancelled 15 minutes after the scheduled start time.

If you are interested in presenting a TechTalk or want to suggest a topic for future TechTalks, please email

2019-2020 Schedule

Bioprinting – September 25th, 2019

Dr. Lester Smith is an Assistant Professor at the IU School of Medicine in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences and he serves as the Director of the 3D Bioprinting Core. In both roles, he biofabricates tissues and generates technologies to provide an environment conductive to tissue metabolism (Bioreactors). His recent success include bioprinted bone, bioprinted liver, and an advanced bioreactor that is patent pending.

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