Advanced Development of Additive Manufacturing (A.D.A.M.), a provider of 3D printing systems for customized bone implants, and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, NY, a renowned educational and healthcare institution, have entered into a collaboration aimed at improving healthcare through innovation in the delivery of bone implants and the development of soft tissue medical devices.
Under this agreement, A.D.A.M. and Mount Sinai BioDesign, Icahn Mount Sinai’s medical device innovation incubator, will combine their technological and professional capabilities to optimize patient care in the area of bone implant delivery.
Denys Gurak, CEO and Founder of A.D.A.M., commented on the collaboration: “Our collaboration with Icahn Mount Sinai leverages our advanced medical device production system and Icahn Mount Sinai’s expertise to improve patient care in healthcare.”
Benjamin Rapoport, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and Scientific Director of Mount Sinai BioDesign, noted: “Our collaboration with A.D.A.M. unites our medical device innovation skills with their 3D printing technology, reflecting our dedication to solving healthcare challenges through joint efforts.”
The collaboration will conduct research and development in the field of 3D printing of bone tissue using A.D.A.M.’s technology and explore 3D printing of soft tissue through the newly established Soft Tissues Working Group.
An important aspect of this partnership will be the work in A.D.A.M.’s pilot project at the Mazovian Regional Hospital in Siedlce, Poland.
A.D.A.M. Inc. was a participant in the 2022 Spring Cohort of Mount Sinai Innovation Partners’ Elementa Labs incubator program, and Icahn Mount Sinai holds a financial interest in the company.
This collaboration promises to make significant advances in the development of bone implants and soft tissue medical devices by combining the two organizations’ strengths in research and technology. The combination of A.D.A.M.’s 3D printing technology and Mount Sinai’s medical expertise could make a significant contribution to improving patient care.