She said, ‘You know, December I would like to have that done and I want to be able to walk in.’ She meant walk across the stage in prosthetic limbs and obtain her master’s degree. I don’t know when she’s going to find time to work on her thesis. But she is going to work it out. .. Aimee Copeland to keep hospital Monday A Georgia graduate pupil diagnosed with a uncommon flesh-eating infection will soon leave the hospital where doctors gave her little chance of surviving, her father said Tuesday.First, Wheeler sent a CT scan of a pig's trachea to Scott Hollister, a professor of biomedical engineering in the University of Michigan. Hollister utilized the CT scan and a 3D CAD system to design and printing the splints. The unit were made from an FDA-approved material called PCL or polycaprolactone, which Wheeler has found in a lot more than 100 large-animal procedures. Up coming, Wheeler developed a technique to implement these devices and U-M associate professor of pediatric otolaryngology Glenn Green carried out the surgical procedure. After the splint was positioned, the pigs' tracheobronchomalacia symptoms disappeared.