For the past 50 years, the Enamel Symposia series have attracted dental researchers from across the world to share their latest information on all aspects of dental enamel, from formation to destruction and repair. The Enamel Symposia are held every 4-6 years and are attended by scientists of all backgrounds, many of whom are also dentally qualified and many of whom are key opinion leaders in their field. The Symposia are held to be the premier conferences of the enamel research community.
The next Enamel Symposium (Enamel 9) will be hosted in the UK, in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, close to the spa town of Harrogate at the prestigious Rudding Park venue.
We are delighted to be able to announce that Professors Per Ahlberg, University of Uppsala, Sweden and Ophir Klein, University of California at San Francisco, US will be our distinguished Keynote speakers at the Symposium, presenting the following Keynote addresses:
Per Ahlberg: Fossils, development, genomes and family trees: a framework for reconstructing the early evolution of enamel and dentine
Ophir Klein: Long in the tooth: the who, what, when, where and why of ameloblast stem cells?