Michael Payer

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Med. Univ., Dr. Med. Dent
Universitätsklinik für Zahn-,
Mund- und Kieferheilkunde Graz
Auenbrugger Platz 12
8036 Graz 
Austria

 

Education & Postgraduate Training

since 01/2014:  Associate Professor at the Dept. of Oral Surgery & Radiology , Dental School Med Univ. Graz, Austria
10-12/2013:      Visiting  research fellow at the Clinic for Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics and Dental Material Science, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
09-11/2012:      Visiting  Professorship at Prince Phillip Dental Hospital, Dept. Implant Dentistry & Oral Rehabilitation, Univerisity of Hong Kong, China
01-03/2011:      Research fellow at Dept. of Oral Surgery Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany          
since 01/2011:  Assistant  Professor at the Dept. of Oral Surgery & Radiology , Dental School Med Univ. Graz, Austria
since 04/2010:  Privatdozent Dept. of Oral Surgery & Radiology, Dental School Med Univ. Graz, Austria
2009:                 DGI-APW Implantologie Curriculum (Germany)
2007:                 Spezialization in Paediatric Dentistry (ZFZ-Stuttgart, Germany)
2005-2010:       Clinical assistant and specialization at Dept. of Oral Surgery Dental School MedUni Graz, Austria
2003-2006:       Study of “Medical Science” MedUni-Graz, Austria
2004-2005:       Postdoctoral research fellow & Scientific Training at Department of Cell  Biology, Histology and Embryology, Center                                    of Molecular Medicine, MedUni  Graz (“Cell cultivation on different implant materials and surfaces”)
since 2004:       Private Practice in Graz, Austria
1998-2004:       Study of Dentistry at Dental School MedUni Graz, Austria
2000:                 Externship & research fellow at Dept. of Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Pittsburgh (UPMC), USA
1994-2000:       Study of Medicine at Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria
 

Research interests

Clinical and experimental implant dentistry, augmentative & oral surgery, stem cell biology, scaffold materials & tissue healing, material research