Listen to Wilfried Wagner and learn how his career developed, who his companions were, how crucial mistakes were for his scientific progress and what he recommends to the next generations. Find out why empathy with patients is of the highest importance to him and what he has experienced during his 25 years as chair of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz and director of the clinic for maxillofacial surgery.
Listen to Massimo Simion and learn how he started his exceptional career; and how it came about that - in addition to his many scientific publications – his photos were also published in the renowned National Geographic magazine.
Find out more about how Jan Lindhe’s career took its course and and why he claims that they actually wrote their famous books for their own entertainment.
Listen to Daniel Buser's great story and the key elements of his career path. Learn more about his philosophy and why he says that a good mentor is one of the most important things to start your career.
In this episode Christoph Hämmerle talks to Osteology Foundation board member Lisa Heitz-Mayfield. He speaks about his academic career, how he keeps his work-life balance and how important international collaboration for the research field is.
In the latest episode Niklaus Lang talks to Osteology Foundation board member Nikolaos Donos in London. Find out here what his passion for opera is all about, how his outstanding career has developed and what he advises the next generation.
In this episode Georg Watzek meets the Osteology Board member Reinhard Gruber in Vienna. Together they discuss their careers, what they advise young scientists in career development and how the field of oral tissue regeneration has developed in recent years.
In the first episode of the new podcast, William V. Giannobile, Osteology Foundation President, talks to Myron Nevins - a true legend in the in the field of oral regeneration. How did he achieve his reputation? Which decisions have had an impact on his career? Who where his important mentors? Listen now to Ron Nevins' "Legends of Oral Regeneration".