Jussi Furuholm and Battsetseg Tseveenjav from Finland.

Visiting scientists 2017

 

During 2017, the following scientists will visit NIOM:

Bahram Ranjkesh (DK)
Project: Measure the shear bond strenght of resin composite filling materials to Protooth after surface conditioning using different bonding systems.

Battsetseg Tseveenjav (FI)
Project: Treatment decisions and material selection in management of molar incisor hypomineralization affected teeth. Use of preformed metal crowns in public health care service among Helsinki children.

Jussi Furuholm (FI)
Project: Long-term survival of root canal treated teeth.

Kirsten Rakkestad (NO)
Project: Neurotoxic effects of Ti02-nanoparticles used in porous, three-dimensional biomaterials structures for controlled tissue formation.

Maria Kassapidou (SE)
Project: In vitro element release and biological aspects of base-metal alloys for metal-ceramic applications manufactured by casting, laser sintering and milling.

Mats Hulander (SE)
Project: How cell-surface contact area affects bacterial cell adhesion and subsequent formation of biofilm on biomaterials.

Mervi Puska (FI) 
Project: Fixation of composite implants to bone (FIXBO): Nanointerfaces of self-assembling bioadhesives.

Sigfus Thor Eliasson (IS) 
Project: Influence of “thermal cycling” on the heat conduction and strength of resin-based dental fillings. Repair of old resin-based dental fillings.

Tarja Tanner (FI) 
Project: Compare choice of materials in dental practices between Finland and Norway regarding patient outcome (caries/longevity).