Kristy Shine

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentEmergency Medicine
Address1020 Sansom St.
Philadelphia PA 19107
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    1. Shine KM, Schlegel L, Ho M, Boyd K, Pugliese R. From the ground up: understanding the developing infrastructure and resources of 3D printing facilities in hospital-based settings. 3D Print Med. 2022 Jul 11; 8(1):21. PMID: 35821456.
    2. Hughes AM, Kolb AD, Shupp AB, Shine KM, Bussard KM. Printing the Pathway Forward in Bone Metastatic Cancer Research: Applications of 3D Engineered Models and Bioprinted Scaffolds to Recapitulate the Bone-Tumor Niche. Cancers (Basel). 2021 Jan 29; 13(3). PMID: 33572757.
    3. Decker SJ, Goldstein TA, Ford JM, Teng MN, Pugliese RS, Berry GJ, Pettengill M, Silbert S, Hazelton TR, Wilson JW, Shine K, Wang ZX, Hutchinson M, Castagnaro J, Bloom OE, Breining DA, Goldsmith BM, Sinnott JT, O'Donnell DG, Crawford JM, Lockwood CJ, Kim K. 3D Printed Alternative to the Standard Synthetic Flocked Nasopharyngeal Swabs Used for COVID-19 testing. Clin Infect Dis. 2020 Sep 10. PMID: 32910817.
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