The midway evaluation of our PhD program continued with our dedicated candidates. Theo Luciani presented his research on “Development of a multi-scale porous bioactive polymer-based 3D printed scaffolds for bone regeneration.” Masoumeh Kadousaraei presented her study “Development of nano-bioink for bone regeneration applications. The presentations were a testament to their dedication and proficiency in their chosen field.
They displayed critical thinking skills and addressed questions with comprehensive knowledge of the field. Their innovative approach and originality in problem-solving were particularly noteworthy.
The presentations were characterized by clear and engaging communication, making complex concepts accessible. Overall, they showed remarkable academic prowess and a dedication to advancing knowledge in their field.
We have full confidence in their continued success in their doctoral studies.