The journalist of El Correo Carmen Larrakoetxea signs the article “Basque companies in hot areas” in which she analyzes the presence of several Basque companies in international markets complicated by their political, social or economic situation. Dr. Anitua exposes the uncertainty that Brexit is generating for the presence of BTI in the United Kingdom.
Basque companies in hot areas – El Correo (Spanish)
Dr. Eduardo Anitua has participated in the Dental XP Global Symposium, one of the main congresses in the sector worldwide, which took place in Hollywood (Florida, USA) between February 8 and 10.
Dr. Anitua has been one of the international speakers with his lecture “Current concepts in Bioactivity and Regeneration“, and he has also taught the course “Less Titanium for Better Outcomes: The Evolution of Narrow and Short Dental Implants“.
Dr. Eduardo Anitua has participated this November 8 in the XVIII Research Days organized by Bioaraba, leading a table on Regenerative Medicine in the Europa Congress Palace of Vitoria-Gasteiz.
Aimed at people who research in biosciences and health in Álava and the general public, the main objective of these conferences is to provide a forum for meeting those who develop their research activity at OSI Araba, the University of the Basque Country, the Lascaray Research Center, Bioaraba, R & D & I health specialized companies and citizenship.
Dr. Eduardo Anitua presented his new book entitled “Implants Short” at the BTI Day. In this book, dedicated exclusively to short implants, all the necessary subjects for its use in daily clinical practice are addressed.
In it you can find biomechanical information on the behavior of these implants, the importance of their surface, concepts on specific patterns of milling for its insertion and a summary of the way of elaboration of the prosthesis on implants. In addition, specific and novel techniques for the treatment of vertical atrophy in the maxilla and mandible are detailed.
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The rector of the University of the Basque Country, Nekane Balluerka, and the president of the Eduardo Anitua Foundation, have signed on October 4 the agreement that officially links both entities.
The event took place at the headquarters of the Eduardo Anitua Foundation for Biomedical Research and was attended by UPV / EHU Rector Nekane Balluerka and the Foundation’s President Eduardo Anitua. In this way, the research entity becomes a university research institute under the denomination University Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Oral Implantology – UIRMI (UPV / EHU – Eduardo Anitua Foundation).