Jaw malformations and teeth malpositions in Neuromuscular Disease

16 June 2022

Webinar delivered by Prof. Dr. Stavros Kiliardis, PhD – University of Geneva & University of Bern, Switzerland

Dr. Stavros Kiliaridis is Professor Emeritus, University of Geneva, and adjunct Professor at the University of Bern, Switzerland. He was Professor and Chairman of Orthodontics at the University of Geneva (1999-2021). He graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and received his PhD from Göteborg University, Sweden, where he also completed his specialist education in Orthodontics and worked as Associate Professor. His research is focused on masticatory muscle influence on dentofacial growth, post-emergent phases of tooth eruption, diagnostic methods of oral function, dentofacial aberrations in individuals with Neuromuscular Diseases, outcome of different orthodontic interventions, side effects linked to orthodontic treatment. He has authored or co-authored over 230 research papers and several book-chapters, and is reviewer for many international scientific journals. He has been speaker at numerous orthodontic congresses and lectured in many universities worldwide. He is recipient of many distinctions and awards, and the scientific work performed by his students under his supervision has been internationally awarded on numerous occasions.

This is a EURO-NMD webinar in collaboration with ERN-RND (rare neurological disorders) and European Academy of Neurology.
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