Karan Singh PhD
Co-founder
Richard Hurley MBChB, FRCS(C)
CEO & Co-founder
Ravin Balakrishnan PhD
Co-founder
Rinat Abdrashitov
Software Developer
CLINICAL ADVISORY BOARD.
Richard is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with medical device industry experience from DePuy and training in user-centred design from the University of Toronto. Richard conceived the product solution and has helped to guide its development from a patient care perspective and bring it to market.



Website: ca.linkedin.com/pub/richard-hurley/a2/631/882/en
Ravin is a Professor of Computer Science from the University of Toronto specializing in Interface Design, Human Computer Interaction and Interactive Computer Graphics. He was a co-founder of Bump Technologies Inc., which was acquired by Google in 2010, and is involved in Arcestra - a startup that is commercializing research conducted in his lab.


Website: http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~ravin/

Rinat is a PhD student from the University of Toronto specializing in 3-D computer graphics and sketch interaction interfaces.

Previously he worked at a Xtremelabs Inc. from 2012-2013 where he developed mobile applications.
Karan is a Professor of Computer Science from the University of Toronto specializing in 3-D computer graphics, geometric design and sketch & sculpt interaction interfaces. He was a researcher at Alias Inc. from 1995-1999 where he designed and developed character and facial animation tools for Maya ver.1.0. He also designed MeshMixer - an interface for rapid mesh composition in which was acquired by Autodesk in 2011.

Website: http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~karan/
Dr. James Kellam
Dr. Ross Leighton
Dr. James Kellam is a Professor at The University of Texas Health Science Center. He specialises in orthopedic trauma surgery and the acute management of complex orthopaedic injuries, limb reconstruction, and pelvis and lower extremity fractures and dislocations.​
Dr. Ross Leighton is a Professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He specialises in orthopedic trauma surgery and care of the acute Trauma Victim. As Provincial Trauma Director for Nova Scotia he was instrumental in setting up a state of the art Trauma system in Nova Scotia from 1997-2000.

OUR PEOPLE.
Dr. Robin LeBlanc
Dr. Robin LeBlanc is an otolaryngology (ENT) surgeon at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He specialises in rhinology, head and neck surgery.​
Dr. Ivan Wong
​Dr. Ivan Wong is an orthopedic sports surgeon at Dalhousie University in Halifax. He specializes in hip and shoulder arthroscopy, including new arthroscopic reconstructions of large rotator cuff tears and arthroscopic Latarjet procedures.
CONCEPTUALIZ exists to challenge the idea of how 3D healthcare should be experienced. We challenge the idea of what it should be, what kind of expertise it should take to use it, and what the user experience should be like.

In the current operating climate, healthcare providers need solutions that can save time and money, while also improving quality of care. 3D printed personalized treatment solutions (models, guides, implants) clearly have that potential, but in order for doctors to widely adopt it they first need to be able to experience it. 3D medical technology therefore needs to be easy-to-use, trial-able, accessible and affordable. 

At Conceptualiz we believe that the key to getting the benefits of 3D medical technology into the hands of doctors is through advances in human-computer interaction and user-centred interface design. We do this by by making beautiful products that are simple-to-use, time-efficient and cost-effective.
The mobile app software company for medical image viewing, planning and fabrication.
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The In-House Medical 3D Printing Company.
Simpler-to-use:
intuitive natural interaction.
direct manipulation of elements.
instinctive gestures.

No experience is required:
minimal learning curve for doctors.

Faster-to-use:
more efficient for doctors.

More portable:
more accessible for doctors.

Why do we believe so much in mobile touch-screen user-interface?
> because it allows you to place 3D printing directly 
into the hands of doctors and patients.