The Regenerative Dentistry research stream conducts a wide range of translational research in tissue engineering, stem cells and molecular biology aiming to replace, engineer or regenerate damaged tissues or organs, restoring normal functionality.

Biomedical approaches to tissue regeneration predominately involve the use of dental stem cells, controlled released nano-delivery systems for growth factors, electrospinning, 3D bio-printing and gene editing and reprogramming.

The research leaders within this stream collaborate extensively with national and international research partners on projects focused on the regeneration of bone, nerve, dental pulp and periodontal tissue.



Featured projects

3D printing of functional bioceramics for bone regeneration

Genetic causes of cleft lip (CL) and cleft palate (CP)