Dr. Markus Haapasalo
DDS, PhD, Vancouver, Canada
Professor and chair of the Division of Endodontics at UBC, Vancouver, Canada. Former head of the Department of Oral Biological and Medical Sciences at UBC.
Dr. Haapasalo has authored or co-authored over 220 scientific peer reviewed articles (Thomson Reuters 'all databases'; H-index 51, >8000 citations) and written chapters in several international endodontic textbooks. He is Editorial Board member of "Journal of Dental Research" and "International Endodontic Journal", and editor of "Visual Endodontics 2012" and "Visual Endodontics for iPad" multimedia. He is also a former editor-in-chief of "Endodontic Topics", and a former associate editor of "Journal of Endodontics". Dr. Haapasalo is a reviewer for many peer review journals in medical and dental sciences. In endodontics, his areas of special interest include biofilms, irrigation, persistent infections, resorptions and instrumentation. His research laboratory has continuously 3-6 visiting scientists from all over the world.
Dr. Haapasalo has received several teaching awards including the Louis I. Grossman International Award by the French Endodontic Society in 2007 and Canadian "Teacher of the Year 2014 in Dentistry" Bisco award. he was recently awarded the American Association of Endodontist Louis I Grossman award for "Cumulative publication of significant research studies that have made an extraordinary contribution to endodontology (2019)" Dr. Haapasalo actively lectures about endodontics world-wide.
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