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Diagnosing peri-implant disease using the tongue as a 24/7 detector
J. Ritzer, T. Lühmann, et al Nature Communications First published: August 15th, 2017
Jennifer Ritzer’s and Tessa Lühmann’s article „Diagnosing peri-implant disease using the tongue as a 24/7 detector” (doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-00340-x) is all over in the news.
Dr. Lühmann concluded her Habilitation on June 28, 2017. Her talk entitled ‘Bioinspired drug delivery systems’ outlined her research of the last year. The institute and chair are very proud and honored as of her superb achievements!
Congratulations to Gabriel Jones! As of September 4, 2017 he successfully defended his thesis entitled „Bioinspired FGF-2 delivery for pharmaceutical application“.
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