Advisor: Dr. Ola Harrysson and Denis Marcellin-Little
- 122 Daniels Hall
Bachelor of Science in Basic Engineering
NC State University
Caroline's research interests include patient specific prosthetic and implant design, transdermal osseointegrated prosthetic design and development, development of models for surgical rehearsal and surgical training, and the role additive manufacturing can play in enhancing patient specific medicine.
Her dissertation topic is related to the development of a novel hemi-arthroplasty limb-sparing implant utilizing additive manufacturing.
- Development of a modular computer-aided process planning (CAPP) system for additive-subtractive hybrid manufacturing of pockets, holes, and flat surfaces
- Basinger, K. L., Keough, C. B., Webster, C. E., Wysk, R. A., Martin, T. M., & Harrysson, O. L. (2018), International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 96(5-8), 2407-2420.
- Multi-material 3d models for temporal bone surgical simulation
- Rose, A. S., Kimbell, J. S., Webster, C. E., Harrysson, O. L. A., Formeister, E. J., & Buchman, C. A. (2015), Annals of Otology Rhinology and Laryngology, 124(7), 528-536.
- Pre-operative simulation of pediatric mastoid surgery with 3D-printed temporal bone models
- Rose, A. S., Webster, C. E., Harrysson, O. L. A., Formeister, E. J., Rawal, R. B., & Iseli, C. E. (2015), International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 79(5), 740-744.