3D & Innovations Lab

The new 3DI Lab is located in Medical Science Building II

Staffed by a team of Biomedical Engineering (BME) students, the 3DI Lab supports the development and production of novel teaching tools, skills trainers and simulators.  

3DI Lab Rooney and BME Students
  Dr. Rooney with BME Student Staff 

Under the supervision of CSC Director of Education and Research in Simulation, Deborah M. Rooney, PhD, the 3DI BME team works with faculty, residents and students to design, prototype, test and refine these projects.

The dedicated 3DI Lab space is located next door to the CSC Med Sci II occupies approximately 650 square feet in Medical Science Building II and includes a collaborative workspace, tool and material storage, as well as two uniquely functioning 3D printers.

To propose a simulation project to the 3DI Lab contact Deborah Rooney, [email protected]


3DI BMEstudents
BME student staff works on a venous catheter insertion model
3D Printed Baby Hip
3D Printed Pediatric Hip for assessing hip dysplasia
3DI Alumni day
Michigan Medicine Alumni Day 2019.  Alums get a hands-on tour of the lab