Palais Ferstel, Vienna, Austria - DECEMBER 4-6, 2014

The pre-Christmas magic of the beautiful old city of Vienna will provide a most stimulating atmosphere for this exceptional symposium to combining high level continuing education and a refreshing change from our daily clinical work:

Thursday afternoon young scientists will present their research at the Bernhard Gottlieb University Clinic of Dentistry. This will bring together talented junior researchers in an open and friendly environment. The best oral and poster presentations will receive valuable awards.

Friday morning an Endo-Circle-Training will allow participants to test and directly compare different instruments and techniques in an intense workshop.

Friday afternoon the relations of endodontic treatment with other dental disciplines will be discussed, including prognosis and limitations.

On Saturday highly respected clinicians of the Penn Endo Faculty will present their concepts and techniques to master non-surgical and surgical endodontics with expertise. The symposium will end with a live demo endodontic surgery which will be performed by Professor Kim being screened in 3D- technique. This will throw you in midst of the surgical field providing an exceptional learning experience.

“The Penn Endo Global Symposia are our contribution to allow general dentists and endodontists worldwide to gain access to the advanced scientific concepts of the University of Pennsylvania that translate biological principles into daily endodontic practice”
Syngcuk Kim, Louis I. Grossman Professor and Chairman, Department of Endodontics, University of Pennsylvania

“We will welcome you to Vienna with warm hospitality and a professional organisation of the symposium”   
Christof Pertl & Johannes Klimscha, President & Secretary of the Austrian Society of Endodontology

Young Researcher Forum

mit deutscher Synchronübersetzung