Regenerative Polymers for Dentistry – Presented by Dr. Adam Celiz, University of Nottingham at the 3D Dental Printing Conference, which takes place on Jan 31, 2017 at MECC Maastricht in The Netherlands.
Current dental treatments rely on materials that do not interface well with biological tissues. We have developed therapeutic biomaterials for dental treatments by supporting native stem cells for tissue regeneration. This approach could significantly impact the practice of dentistry and establish a new paradigm for dental treatments.
About Adam Celiz
Dr. Celiz gained his PhD in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge and postdocotral training at the University of Nottingham and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University via a Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship. Dr. Celiz has currently published 13 research articles and 3 patents.
About University of Nottingham
“The University of Nottingham shares many of the characteristics of the world’s great universities. However, we are distinct not only in our key strengths but in how our many strengths combine: we are financially secure, campus based and comprehensive; we are research-led and recruit top students and staff from around the world; we are committed to internationalising all our core activities so our students can have a valuable and enjoyable experience that prepares them well for the rest of their intellectual, professional and personal lives.”