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Welcome to the Department of Biomaterials

Title: Biomaterials and Implants in the Clinic

Time: 10 October 2016,   08:30- 12:00, Lunch sandwich to those who have registered
Location: Arvid Carlsson, Medicinaregatan 3, Gothenburg

ProgrammeRegister here no later than 5 October

Professor C. James Kirkpatrick was welcomed as visiting professor at the University of Gothenburg at the Professors Inauguration, May 9.


Professor C. James Kirkpatrick has a triple doctorate in science and medicine (MD, PhD, DSc) from the Queen’s University of Belfast (N. Ireland) and since 1993 is Professor and Chairman of Pathology at the Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) in Mainz, Germany. He has a special interest in human cell culture techniques to study cell-biomaterial interactions, and has pioneered complex co-culture systems in three-dimensions. Current work is on nanoparticle interactions with the air-blood and blood-brain barriers, as well as on adult stem cells in vascularization of tissue engineered constructs.


BRC Annual Day 2016

Implant failure mechanisms

Date and time: Wednesday the 23rd of November
Lecture hall: Arvid Carlsson, Medicinaregatan 3



Doctoral thesis presented Juni 8, 2017 by Shariel Sayardoust Tabrizi

 "The effect of tobacco exposure on bone healing and osseointegration"

Shariel Sayardoust Tabrizi successfully defended her PhD thesis on the 8th of Juni, 2017. The faculty opponent was Professor Lyndon F. Cooper, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, USA. Supervisors were associate Professor Omar Omar, Ola Norderyd and Professor Peter Thomsen.

Contact Information

Department of Biomaterials

PO Box 412, SE 405 30 Gothenburg, Sweden

Visiting Address:
Arvid Wallgrens Backe 20

+46 31 786 2966

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