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NORPART exchange students Maria Gorretti Nakyonyi and Evelynn Kaleysubula recently participated in a meeting with rector Dag Rune Olsen and Minister of International Development Dag Inge Ulstein.
At Den norske tannlegeforenings Congress, Siri Flagestad KValheim was awrded for her research and her teaching.
At the Department of Clinical Research 6 candidates form he Qualification Program fr dentists with dental education from coutries outside the EU/EEC area has completed the prgram and passed their exams.
Let's Make Bone - 3D scanning as a tool for bone regenerating has received 9.8 millin NOK from Olav Thon stiftelsen.
Bodil Kristina Lund is new Head of Department at Department of Clinical Dentistry. Bodil has worked at the department at Seksjon for oral kirurgi og oral medisin, and at Haukeland universitetssjukehus since 2017. From January 2020 she is Head of Department.
Ten Thon-Millions to make bone
Members of the NORPART-project recently met up in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, at a kick-off workshop to discuss the initial phases of the project work and plan future activities.
Bergen Stem Cell Consortium meeting 2019 took place in Bergen where researchers not only from Norway but also from several European countries came together to discuss about recent development of research and clinical application in stem cell biology. Ph.D. candidate, Shuntaro Yamada, presented his ongoing work with the title of “Plasma surface activation of polymeric biomaterials improved seeding... Read more
Tooth morphogenesis is not driven by proliferation but spatiotemporal change in cell shape regulated by actomyosin. Ph. D candidate Shuntaro Yamada’s previous work “Molar Bud-to-Cap Transition Is Proliferation Independent” conducted at King’s College London, UK, was published on The Journal of Dental Research, which is a peer-reviewed and top-cited journal in dentistry. This work revealed the... Read more
Prof. Mustafa presented a keynote lecture at the 28th annual EAO Congress titled "Are stem cells the implants of the future"
Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials 2019 Conference was organized in Långvik, Finland. The three-day conference was attended by some 100 people and 28 presentations were given internationally from Singapore all the way to Colorado. Conference also held a poster session showing 58 posters.
The first General Assembly of the EU Maxibone Project was held in Bergen from 11-12. February 2019.
Niyaz Al-sharabi, a postdoc in the Tissue Engineering Research Group at IKO received the ITI Research Grant for 2019.The research project is titled "Modification of exosomes derived from Mesenchymal Stem Cell (MSC) for promoting bone tissue regeneration in vitro”.
Niyaz Al-sharabi, a postdoc in the Tissue Engineering Research Group at IKO received the ITI Research Grant for 2019.
Prof. Kamal Mustafa participated in the EFP Perio Workshop 2018 which focused on the topic of bone regeneration.
Friday 9.November Elisabeth Schilbred Eriksen defended her doctoral dissertation “Intraoral vertical ramus osteotomy. Objective and subjective treatment outcomes”.
Members of the Tissue Engineering group participated in the 5th TERMIS World Conference 2018 held in Kyoto, Japan.

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