The objective of this new Mid-Career Award is to recognize IADR members who have demonstrated significant contribution to the science and application of dental materials research by their mid‐career with the aim to help attract and retain younger investigators in this field of dental materials research.
Bas is member of the theme Reconstructive and regenerative medine.
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