Such reads the headline in the March edition of The Norwegian Dental Journal, referring to NIOM’s first webinar, held February 14th. The journal was in the room as 100 participants logged on across all the Nordic countries, observing, as the webinar was held and the follow-up article reveals more details, such as more background into why NIOM offers webinars, plans for the future and feedback from the participants post-event.
Four representatives from NIOM are heading to IDS 2017. They excited to meet colleagues and fellow professionals at the NIOM seminar at the Hyatt Regency Hotel tonight.
NIOM scientist Ida Sofia Refsholt Stenhagen will attend the International Association for Dental Research General Session and Exhibition held in San Francisco, California, March 22nd – 25th.
NIOM welcomes Frode Staxrud. Staxrud is the newest addition to our team of scientists. Staxrud’s focus of research at NIOM will be on clinical research related to minimal invasive dentistry.
The scientific programme for ScSB 2017 is to ”bite into the underlying challenges faced by the field of biomaterials and tissue engineering and will focus on digging into some of the fundamental questions in biomaterial science.”
NIOM senior scientist Ellen Bruzell recently attended the course Nutrition Risk Assessment in the series Better Training for Safer Food (BTSF) organized by the EU Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA).