Dr. Beth Ripley, BioAssemblyBot user, Receives Service to America Medal


Advanced Solutions would like to congratulate Dr. Beth Ripley, National Director of the VHA 3D Printing Network, Department of Affairs, on winning the Science and Environmental Medal at the 2020 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals. Dr. Ripley is a BioAssemblyBot power-user, who has been leading the call at the VA in fabricating customized replacement tissues for treating veterans.

Dr. Ripley was honored with the award earlier this summer at a virtual event hosted by television’s Aisha Tyler, Criminal Minds, Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Tyler said, “Dr. Beth Ripley looked at 3D printing and saw so much more.”

Michael Golway, CEO of Advanced Solutions, said “Dr. Ripley exemplifies what it means to give back to society and better the lives of veterans. We are proud to call her a BioAssemblyBot user and congratulate her on this great honor!”

You can read more about Dr. Beth Ripley’s work and her award on the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals website.

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