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The research of Prof. Knabe-Ducheney deals with various aspects of regenerative medicine and bone regeneration, mainly in the context of implant dentistry and orthopedics, with a special focus on translation. Prof. Knabe obtained her DDS at the University of Gottingen, Germany, in 1988. She subsequently pursued doctoral studies with Professor U. Gross at the Institute for Pathology of the Freie Universidad Berlin, Germany, and was awarded her PhD in 1990. She then joined a private practice, but soon returned to academia and continued her training for 16 months in Oral Surgery and Periodontology at the University of Tübingen, Germany. In 1992, she joined the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry at the Freie Universität Berlin. She complemented her training by various study periods abroad. In 1993, with Professor J. E. Davies at the University of Toronto, Canada. She also trained with Professor U. Belser at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, in clinical implant dentistry in 1994. From 1992-2010, she held various positions with increasing responsibilities in the departments of Prosthetic Dentistry (1992-1996), Restorative Dentistry and Periodontology (1996-1997), and was director (first as assistant and then as associate professor) of the division of Biomaterials and Dental Materials of the Dept. of Experimental Dentistry (1997-2010) at the Freie Universidad Berlin and Charity University Medical Center. She spent a sabbatical (1999-2000) with Prof. Rolfe Hewlett at the Bone Biomaterial Unit of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia to study molecular biological issues regarding implant-tissue interactions. Since 2007 she also has been visiting associate professor at the Division of Orthopedic Surgery of the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia (Director Prof. I. Shapiro). In January 2011, she joined the Philips University Marburg, where she chairs the department of Experimental Or facial Medicine at the dental school.
Rapidly resorbable bone substitutes, dental implant surfaces, calcium phosphate coatings, calcium phosphate bone substitute cements three - dimensional scaffolds for bone tissue engineering, ceramo-metal titanium restorations implant - supported titanium prostheses
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