3D Printing for Animal Welfare: Making Custom Equipment without a Factory

January 17th, 2024

2pm EST

Speaker: Constance Woodman, PhD

Program Manager for USDA Conservation Innovation Grants
Texas A&M University


Constance Woodman, Ph.D, is a biomedical scientist who works at the intersection of animal conservation and technology. A member of the Schubot Avian Health Center at the Texas A&M Veterinary School, she coordinates multiple university partners creating smart camera technology for wildlife management. A lifelong participant in breed and release, as well as captive conservation breeding programs, Constance uses technology to support captive welfare for breeding as well as conservation medicine study colonies.

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