Zohre Mousavi Nejad graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Polytechnic University of Tehran in 2012. In BSc project, she worked on anticancer drug delivery systems. In MSc project, she investigated postoperative abdominal adhesions. Meanwhile she did projects on bone tissue engineering. Now she is a PhD student at Institute of Materials and Energy in Iran and is working on pulp and dentin regeneration through 3D printing. She is an international scholar at OMFS-IMPATH research group (KU Leuven) to work on a project about 3D printing and tooth regeneration.
Prof. dr. Reinhilde Jacobs