Published: 16-06-2022 18:13 | Updated: 16-06-2022 18:13

Nine master's degree candidates successfully defended their thesis for a Master's Degree in Odontology

In 2022, nine candidates successfully defended their thesis and passed the examination.

The Department of Dental Medicine continues to develop clinical scholars through advanced research education in dentistry, dental hygiene and dental technology.

In 2022, nine candidates successfully defended their thesis and passed the examination. We would like to congratulate the following successful candidates and warmly thank the educators, supervisors and examiners for their dedication to the course. 

Masters candidates

Yasser Aldahool
Thesis title: Evaluation of Spontaneous Space Closure in Patients Treated with Early Extraction of First Permanent Molars
Supervisor(s): Lillemor Dimberg, Mikael Sonesson, Pia Skott

Husam Alsamia
Thesis title: 3D-evaluation of five commercial types of straight wire brackets fit to the buccal surface of the upper central and first premolar
Supervisor(s): Agneta Karsten, Reinhilde Jacobs   

Xiaobai Bao  
Thesis title: 5-Year Follow-Up of Single Crowns Performed in Uppsala County: A Retrospective Study”.
Supervisor(s): Susanna Segerström, Peggy Näsman, Johan Segerström

Jasmin Chizari
Thesis title: Periodontal health and effect of medications in newly diagnosed rheumatoid arthritis patients
Supervisor(s): Tülay Lindberg, Kaja Eriksson

Shivi Chopra
Thesis title: Radiographic prediction of mandibular third molar eruption
Supervisor(s): Daniel Benchimol, Reinhilde Jacobs, Bodil Lund, Carina Krüger-Weiner

Cecilia Hellesen
Thesis title: Assessment of Enterococcus faecalis stress responses to antimicrobial photodynamic therapy
Supervisor(s): Georgios N. Belibasakis, Daniel Manoil

Liang Ma
Thesis title: Self-reported oral health, stress and cognition in a memory clinic sample in Sweden
Supervisor(s): Nivetha Gavriilidou, Shireen Sindi, Miia Kivipelto, Alina Solomon 

Elisande Lindström Ndanshau
Thesis title: Hard versus Soft Diet Feeding and its Effect on Cognitive Function in Rodents: A Systematic Review
Supervisor(s): Anastasios Grigoriadis, Abhishek Kumar

Evelina Wang Wandemo
Thesis title: Direct and indirect restorations for endodontically treated teeth – a retrospective register study
Supervisor: Peggy Näsman

The names are from left to right: Nagihan Bostanci, Daniel Benchimol, Cecilia Hellesen, Reinhilde Jacobs, Shivi Chopra, Robert Heyman, and Angelika Silbereisien. Photo: Elena Borsci
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Nagihan Bostanci

Course coordinator and examiner

Angelika Silbereisen

Course instructor and lecturer
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Cecilia Vestlind

Course administrator