European Saliva Symposium in Egmond aan Zee on 17-20 May 2017

It is with pleasure that we announce the 11th European Symposium on Saliva.

10th European Symposium on Saliva | VuurtorenThe symposium will deal with all different aspects of saliva and salivary glands in dentistry and medicine, the application of saliva as a diagnostic fluid and the effect of saliva on food and taste experience. We want to bring together scientists from all fields of salivary research and promote scientific exchange.

Everybody is invited to submit an abstract and present your work by an oral or poster presentation. Key note lectures of invited speakers, all experts in their field, are alternated with short presentations of participants. We look forward to welcome everybody in Egmond aan Zee


Key note speakers

We are grateful that the following speakers, all experts in their field, have accepted the invitation to give a key note presentation on the following topics:

Wednesday   May 17      
17.00 h David Wong
School of Dentistry, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Saliva diagnostics
Evening Welcome reception and dinner
May 18
Morning Katherina Ribbeck
Salivary mucins
Paul Anderson
Queen Mary University of London, UK
 Saliva and remineralization
Afternoon Andy Wolff
Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and Saliwell Ltd., Israel
Medication induced salivary gland dysfunction
Joao Ferreira
National University of Singapore
Regeneration of salivary glands
Evening Buffet in Beach restaurant
May 19

Morning John Hayes
Pennsylvania State University
Saliva and food
Adrian Lussi
University of Bern,Switzerland
Dental erosion and saliva
Afternoon Natalija Novak
University of Bonn, Germany
Oral tolerance
David Moyes
King’s college London, UK
The effect of saliva on Candida species
Evening Poster session with drinks and tapas buffet
May 20
Morning Jos Bosch
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Saliva in psychobiology
Walter Siqueira
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry-Western University – Ontario
Proteomics and biomarkers for zika infection and other tropical diseases
12.30 h Lunch and closure


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