10 January 2018

On 9 January, Mani Diba, theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine has defended his PhD thesis entitled “Development of composite biomaterials with self-healing properties”.

This thesis describes the development of novel concepts for design of colloidal bone-substituting biomaterials with a capacity for self-healing by exploiting reversible interactions between nanoparticles as building blocks.

Based on his excellent thesis and performance during the defense, the doctorate was awarded with the distinction 'cum laude'.

Mani Diba




 

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