“Geistlich + YOU”, second edition – international speakers, current topics
“Geistlich + YOU2” has an international flavor and is packed with prestigious names such as Dr. Brenda Mertens, Prof. Ki-Tae Koo, Prof. Tomas Linkevičius and Prof. Daniel Buser. To enable participation once again by a wide audience from around the world, Geistlich will host the online congress in two time slots – “Mid-East” (9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., MET) and “Mid-West” (6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., MET). The congress will be held in English with simultaneous translation in up to six additional languages. Admission is free, but for the optional workshop we ask for a contribution towards costs.
A springboard into the international congress world
This year’s “Springboard” competition – “Become a Speaker” – was a resounding success. Following on from it, Geistlich is opening the race up to the best new, undiscovered talents and is once again offering the coveted Springboard platform. Geistlich COO Dr. Matthias Dunkel says: “We are eager to see who will be making the jump with us in 2021 into the international dentistry congress world.” Your application video should take into account that the winning entry will be decided by both audience votes and an expert jury. Full participation details will be available on the congress website from December 2.
“Geistlich vLab” is aiming for the record for virtual hands-on workshops
Join in with “Geistlich vLab”! Regeneration experts Geistlich Pharma are calling on all congress participants to seize this unique opportunity. The organizers are expecting a potentially record-breaking 2,000 registrations for the workshop with Prof. Ronald Jung, who will be focusing on the topic of “Ridge Preservation”. Spaces for the workshop are first come, first served. Matthias Dunkel says: “In terms of quality and the number of participants, this workshop will be unique!”
Full information can be found on the congress website “Geistlich + YOU2”
February 2, 2021
“Mid-East” (9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., MET) and “Mid-West” (6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., MET)