James Spencer (MS’17) and Dr. Justin Solomon (PhD’16) presented at the 3D Printing Camp for Duke Youth Programs at Duke University. They discussed 3D printing in medicine to the students in the camp. The presentation introduced the students to the medical physics, medical imaging research, the 3D printing process and resources available here at Duke, and specific medical imaging problems solved with 3D printing technology. James presented on Katie Albanese’s (MS’16) anthropomorphic breast phantoms and Taylor Richard’s (PhD’19) coronary artery phantoms. Dr. Solomon presented his own research involving improving current phantoms as well as Dr. Joseph Lo’s (Radiology) breast phantom research.