MED 3D Network is an interconnected collective of design, 3D printing and simulation labs across rural Atlantic Canada. The main lab, MUN MED 3D, resides within Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John's, where our dedicated biomedical and research team provides each site with ongoing technical support. With advanced 3D modeling and printing capabilities, MED 3D Network strives to advance simulation training and clinical application within regional healthcare authorities across the region.

Our Lab

Our multidisciplinary MUN MED 3D team has built the processes and procedures within the central lab, that provides structure and ongoing technical support to rural sites via the MED 3D Network.

Our Mission

The MED 3D Network acts as a collaborative system, connecting and incubating six rural sites throughout Atlantic Canada to the central innovation hub, MUN MED 3D within Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Our Vision

Through excellence in collaborative design, research and implementation, we strive to revolutionize rural health by providing innovative solutions for simulation training and clinical application.



Whether it's custom anatomy, an innovative product idea or a tool for simulation training, we can digitally design and render your concept.

3D Printing

MED 3D Network affiliates can book consultation time with our design team to determine project scope as well as the material requirements before printing.


Our rural sites can collaborate with our MUN MED 3D research team to access Engineering, Biomedical Design and Medical Device Commercialization expertise.

Book a Consultation

Book a consultation with our design team to determine project scope as well as preferred aesthetics and material requirements for your 3D print.

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The MED 3D Network is designed to advance local innovation, increase training for high acuity, low occurance procedures in rural communities and ultimately improve patient outcomes across Atlantic Canada. Here is what we have acoomplished so far.


Rural Biomedical Sites


Simulation-Based Projects


Clinicians Engaged


Health Care Departments Involved


Patient Specific 3D Printing

Task Trainers

Simulation Models

Anatomical Models

Skills Maintenance

Digital Modeling


Partners + Support


MED 3D Network

Dr. Adam Dubrowski

Principal Investigator

Greg Walsh

Project Manager

Christine Goudie

Designer + Research Assistant

Nicole Bishop

Research Assistant


Michael Bartellas

Co-Founder + Project Lead

Stephen Ryan

Co-Founder + Project Lead

Travis Pickett

Project Lead

Dr. Gary Paterno

Medical Advisor


Dr. Chris Patey

Site #1: Carbonear, NL

Dr. Ravi Vatturi

Site #2: St. Anthony, NL

Dr. Everett Versteeg

Site #3: Goose Bay, NL

Dr. Chad Petten

Site #4: Twillingate, NL

Dr. Marianne McKenna

Site #5: Saint John, NB

Dr. Wendy Graham

Site #6: Port aux Basques, NL

Project Intake

Please note that information provided to MED 3D Network and MUN MED 3D must be patient de-identified. Information regarding MED 3D Network and MUN MED 3D involvement in projects may be disclosed in the form of academic studies, press releases, or other forms of communication, unless expressly agreed otherwise.

We will contact you within 48 hours of receiving your project intake request.


Faculty of Medicine
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Health Sciences Centre
300 Prince Phillip Drive
St. John's, NL, A1B 3V6
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