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Keynote lecture at the EAO Congress, Lisbon, 2019

Prof. Mustafa presented a keynote lecture at the 28th annual EAO Congress titled "Are stem cells the implants of the future"

Prof. Kamal Mustafa presenting at EAO 2019. (Photograph: DTI)
Franziska Beier, DTI
Panel discusstion at EAO, Lisbon, 2019
From left to right: Dagmar Bunes, UiB; Kamal Mustafa, UiB; Bjorn Klinge, MAU; Mariano Sanz, UCM
Franziska Beier, DTI


Prof. Kamal Mustafa from the Department of Clinical Dentistry at the University of Bergen in Norway is sponsoring and leading, together with Dr Cecilie Gjerde (University of Bergen) and Prof. Mariano Sanz (Complutense University of Madrid), a multicentre randomised controlled clinical trial (RCT) on stem cell bone building. This research is part of the European MAXIBONE project, which is investigating whether new jawbone prior to placement of dental implants can be grown with stem cell technology. At the 28th Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Association for Osseointegration, Mustafa presented his research group’s work in a session that covered the topic of “New avenues in implant dentistry”.

An interview with Prof. Mustafa was published in Dental Tribune International. Read the article here