Dr Anders Palmquist, Department of Biomaterials, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, is the recipient of the Jean Leray Award 2016. The Jean Leray Award is the most prestigious award given to young researchers by the European Society for Biomaterials. This award is established to recognize, encourage and stimulate outstanding research contributions to the field of biomaterials by young scientists.
Anders Palmquist has demonstrated significant creativity and methodological skills to unravel the 3D ultrastructure and composition of bone-material interfaces. Using an innovative interdisciplinary approach, he has introduced novel sampling and preparation techniques and implemented high-resolution and multi-dimensional imaging and spectroscopic techniques for the analysis of experimental and human material-tissue specimens.
Dr Palmquist is a researcher in the BIOMATCELL VINN Excellence Center of Biomaterials and Cell Therapy, funded by VINNOVA, Region Västra Götaland and Sahlgrenska Academy, and currently a project leader of Additive Manufacturing. In the Area of Advance Materials, Chalmers and GU Biomaterials, an initiative supported by Swedish Government Strategic Funding, he is active in the research on high-resolution microscopy of material-bio interfaces.
Catharina Göthberg successfully defended her PhD thesis on the 4th of March, 2016. The faculty opponent was Professor Jan Eirik Ellingsen, Institute of Odontology, University of Oslo. Supervisors were Dr Omar Omar and Professor Peter Thomsen.
BIOMATCELL was represented by its Director, Assoc Professor Jukka Lausmaa, its Scientific director, Professor Peter Thomsen, and the CEO of BIOMATCELL partner company Integrum AB Jonas Bergman. A demonstration of the Robotic arm was led by Alejandra Zepeda Echavarria and Enzo Mastinu.
Institute of Clincial Sciences. Department of Biomaterials, University of Gothenburg
Doctoral thesis: A methodological platform to study molecular biocompatibility of biomaterials. Experimental and clinical studies
Dissertation: Wednesday, 8 Juni , 2016
"The orientation of nanoscale apatite platelets in relation to osteoblastic-osteocyte lacunae on trabecular bone surface"
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Associate Professor Christer Slotte has passed away at the age of 61. read more
Collaberation across universities with excellent fundamental research facilities.
Sustainable and productive collaboration with keyplayers in the biomaterials industry.
Pre-clinical and clinical experiment platform with state-of-the-art animal test facilities.
Co-founder of BIOSUM - Interdisciplinary Research School in Biomaterials.