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Osteology Eastern Europe with 331 participants

331 dentists attended the Osteology Symposium Eastern Europe in Kiev. It was the first time that such an event was organised under the patronage of the Osteology Foundation in Ukraine, and it was a great success.

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THE CASE BOX

Document, evaluate, compare your own cases, share them with colleagues, publish them or simply look at the various cases from colleagues worldwide – all this is offered by an innovative tool from the Osteology Foundation, available online free-of-charge: the CASE BOX. Watch the video to learn more about it.

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Osteology Research Academy in Lucerne – 29 new ORAlumni

It was already the 5th time that the Core Module of the Osteology Research Academy took place in Lucerne. 29 young researchers coming from 16 countries and from 5 continents attended the one-week intensive course on good scientific practice and research methodology, and gained a comprehensive overview on most of the aspects of pre-clinical and clinical studies required for their daily research work.

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Now online: 3D film about Bone Regeneration

We are excited to announce that the full version of the very informative 3D animated film “Cell-to-Cell Communication: Bone Augmentation” is now available online on THE BOX.

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Find THE BOX and win!

THE BOX icon is currently thinking about something and it is hiding on one of the content pages of THE BOX. If you find it you can win a set of the Osteology Research Guidelines books, which have been signed by the editors!

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The CASE BOX – a novel tool

Document, evaluate, compare your own cases from practice, share them with colleagues, publish them or simply look at the various cases from colleagues worldwide – all this is offered by an innovative tool from the Osteology Foundation, available online free-of-charge: the CASE BOX.

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Meet the Osteology Research Scholars 2016

Four young researchers from three different countries will start their scholarships from the Osteology Foundation in 2016. They will spend one year at one of the Osteology Scholarship centres, working on different research projects. Find out who they are, and what they expect from this year.

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Osteology Monaco attracts people from all-over the world

Osteology Monaco 2016 was a great success. 2311 participants from 67 countries from all-over the world attended the International Osteology Symposium, which takes place every three years. The launch of the novel online platform THE BOX created a lot of attention and many participants immediately signed up.

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Osteology Research Prize Winners 2016

A key task of the Osteology Foundation is the promotion of research, and also the transfer of the results to practice. This is why research also played an important role at the International Symposium in Monaco. Research Prizes were awarded for Basic and Clinical Research. The Osteology Research Prizes at the International Osteology Symposium Monaco 2016 were awarded to the following people: Basic Research 1st place: Fabian Duttenhoefer, Germany 2nd place: Vanessa Sousa, UK 3rd place: Jung-Ju Kim, South Korea Clinical Research 1st place: Ernest Rojo, Spain 2nd place: Hyun-Chang Lim, South Korea 3rd: Thomas De Bruyckere, Belgium All abstracts from the presentations at the Research Forum as well as the posters of the presenters can be accessed online on on THE BOX. Poster Audience Award The Audience Poster Award received Rustam Aghazada, Italy. This prize was awarded for the first time, and based on an online voting for the posters on THE BOX.

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OSTEOLOGY LAUNCHES THE BOX

At the International Osteology Symposium in Monaco on 21 - 23 April 2016 the Osteology Foundation will launch its new Global Osteology Community Platform, THE BOX, which aims to provide not only tools and information, but also to link everybody in oral regeneration.

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Collaboration: SEPA & Osteology Foundation Award

The Spanish Society of Periodontology and Osseointegration (SEPA) and the Osteology Foundation have launched a new cooperation project, aiming to promote research in regenerative therapies, and the publication of the results.

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DGI meets Osteology Foundation

At the 30th annual congress of the DGI, the German Society for Implantology (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Implantologie), which will take place on 24 – 26 November in Hamburg, Germany, the Osteology Foundation will contribute to the programme with a session jointly organised with the DGI.

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Expert Council extended

The Osteology Foundation Board has elected two new members to its Expert Council: Gustavo Avila-Ortiz, USA, and Giorgio Pagni, Italy. Both have already contributed to the Foundation's activites over the last years.

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Joint Symposium with AAP/AAP Foundation - great partnership for success

More than 500 participants attended the joint symposium by the Osteology Foundation, the AAP and the AAP Foundation in Orlando, Florida, on 14 November 2015. The outstanding programme with national and international speakers focused on current technologies for hard and soft tissue oral regeneration.

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Professor Neukam's programme highlights for Monaco 2016

The preservation of teeth is one of the most important topics for Professor Friedrich W. Neukam at the International Osteology Symposium 2016. We spoke to him in his role as the symposium's chairman on what this implies exactly and what the other important questions are which will be dealt with in Monaco in April 2016.

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Research Academy - Registration for 2016 is open now

The Osteology Research Academy goes into its sixth year. In the past five years 184 people from 39 different countries have already been educated in the Foundation’s intensive courses on good scientific practice and research methodology.

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All about Hard Tissue Research - the Research Academy in Kiel

For the third time the Osteology Foundation has organised the Osteology Research Academy Expert Module in Kiel. The course on Hard Tissue Research was held in collaboration with the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Kiel.

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Success beyond expectations: National Osteology Symposium Italy

An event of excellence in regenerative dentistry, the National Symposium was once again held under the patronage of the Osteology Foundation, greatly exceeded the expectations of over 1200 participants. The excellent scientific program, the interactive involvement of the audience, the speakers with international standing, the contest for the best posters and the presence of a very large number of sponsors were the key elements for the success of Osteology Florence 2015.

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Honorary doctorate awarded to Mariano Sanz

The Osteology Foundation congratulates its President, Professor Mariano Sanz, on a honorary doctorate from the University of Gothenburg, which he received for his longstanding collaboration with researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy.

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Answers to open questions - for better treatment of patients

Professor Myron Nevins, USA, is one of the Chairmen of Osteology Monaco 2016. In an interview he explained what he considers the most important topics to be addressed in the scientific programme, and why dentists should visit the international Symposium in April 2016.

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Learning from the Experts – Research Academy Lucerne

Research drives advances in science - this is why the Osteology Foundation is committed to running an intensive course on good scientific practice and research methodology. 26 participants from 12 different countries attended the Core Module in Lucerne this year.

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Osteology Baden-Baden: Practical questions in daily routine

Amid friendly autumn weather, the Osteology Foundation welcomed over 300 delegates in Baden-Baden to the 5th National Osteology Symposium from 18-19 September 2015. Scientists and practitioners from Germany, Switzerland and Italy met under the motto "Science-based treatment concepts for dental practice". The focus was on practical questions from the daily routine of regenerative dentistry. Scientific evidence as a basis was always taken into account. A total of 34 industry exhibitors sponsored the workshops and the scientific symposium, thus providing participants with high level training as well as information about their products and services.

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Register now for Osteology Monaco 2016

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the International Osteology Symposium from 21-23 April 2016 in Monaco. Register online and book your accommodation now on our symposium website.

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Osteology Education Grants 2016 – apply now!

The Osteology Foundation calls for applications for Education Grants for 2016. The Osteology Education Grants are offered to support postgraduate education in the field of oral tissue regeneration. All young clinicians and basic scientists with an academic affiliation are invited to apply.

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Osteology Expert Meeting

The 10th Expert Meeting of the Osteology Foundation took place in Zurich on 23 June 2015. The theme of the 2015 meeting was “Simulation Tools and Models in Training and Education”. Presentations by international experts in this field revealed the gaps and deficiencies in current training at universities, but also in continuing education for practitioners.

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Osteology Researcher Grants: New publications from funded studies

The results of two pre-clinical studies funded by the Osteology Foundation have been published recently in the peer-reviewed journal Clinical Oral Implants Research. The two studies reveal important findings that will help to better understand the mechanisms of bone loss and soft-tissue regeneration.

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New Large Clinical Grants Programme

The Osteology Foundation calls for applications for the new Large Clinical Grants. The program aims to support hypothesis driven clinical research by well-established research groups with demonstrated clinical research expertise.

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Hand-over of presidency in Zurich

On the occasion of the Osteology Board Meeting on June 22, 2015 in Zurich, the presidency of the Osteology Foundation was officially handed over from Christoph Hämmerle to Mariano Sanz.

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Osteology Monaco 2016 - call for abstracts!

The application for Poster Presentations and the Research Forum is open! We invite investigators within the field of regenerative dentistry and dental tissue engineering to submit abstracts. Deadline is 1 December 2015. The three best Research Forum presentations in each category will be awarded.

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Christoph Hämmerle: with team effort and trust to success and reputation

Professor Christoph Hämmerle has served as president of the Osteology Foundation for 12 years. His term of office came to a close at the end of May 2015. In an interview, he looked back over the past 12 years and how the Osteology Foundation has developed since it was founded by Dr Peter Geistlich, who he reveres with gratitude and respect.

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Osteology Press Conference in London

The Osteology Foundation revealed numerous innovations and plans at a press conference held as part of the 8th EuroPerio Congress in London. Announcement of the scientific program for the International Osteology Symposium 2016 in Monaco was one of the highlights. Interesting for scientists undertaking research on oral regeneration are the Foundation's new Large Clinical Grants, which were officially unveiled for the first time in London. The changes at the top of the Osteology Foundation were another focal point and provided an ideal opportunity for reviewing the recent years, but also for looking forward to the future and the Foundation's strategic advancement.

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Meet Osteology at the Europerio in London

Not long until the EuroPerio 8 Congress in London starts. And Osteology will also be there with the latest news about the Osteology Symposium 2016 in Monaco, new funding possibilities for researchers - and a sweet surprise..

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Osteology Monaco 2016 - we are online!

We are excited to announce that the website and the programme for the International Osteology Symposium 2016 in Monaco are now online. Registration opens October 2015. Check it out now!

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Osteology Foundation goes social

Staying informed and up to date on the Osteology Foundation’s activities is now easier than ever before. Follow the Osteology Foundation on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn, and make sure not to miss out on any news.

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AAP Collaboration: Workshop Proceedings published

In June 2014 the AAP organised an international consensus workshop, co-chaired by the Osteology Board members William V. Giannobile and Pamela K. McClain. The proceedings of this workshop have been published now.

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Osteology Researcher Grants - apply now!

The Osteology Foundation calls for the first grant application cycle in 2015 - don't miss the chance to apply for funding, and send your application now!

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New Osteology Research Scholarship Programme

The Osteology Foundation now also provides Research Scholarships. The one-year scholarships aim to help young researchers to develop a research career in the field of oral tissue regeneration.

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New president, new board members: the Osteology Foundation has voted

The Osteology Foundation has selected three new Foundation Board members: Pamela McClain, Frank Schwarz and Istvan Urban. In addition, Mariano Sanz will become the new President from June 2015 onwards.

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Save the Date: International Osteology Symposium 2016 in Monaco

Osteology returns to a beautiful location: from 21-23 April 2016 the International Symposium will once more take place in Monaco.

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