Olivier Vanderhaeghen is a Master Thesis student at KU Leuven. He graduated as BSc in Biomedical Sciences in June 2016 (University of Hasselt). He did an exchange program at the University of Eastern Finland (Winter 2016) where he worked for the research group in Neurobiology and Disease under supervision of Katja Kanninen. For his Master’s Thesis he studies the effect of high dose bisphosphonate treatment on the microenvironment of the jaw bone and the development of jaw bone necrosis on a population of rats in comparison to clinical data from patients at the OMFS-IMPATH research group under promotorship of Prof. dr. Reinhilde Jacobs (Department Imaging and Pathology, KU Leuven).
Prof. dr. Reinhilde Jacobs
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