Skip to main content
menu

Research

Message from the Program Director

“In our Prosthodontics Program, residents are enrolled in a Master’s Degree  in Clinical and Translational Science. The majority of the Master’s research projects are based on clinical research and are part of ongoing clinical trials. Opportunities for other graduate degree programs as well as for preclinical and in-vitro research projects are also available.” -- Konstantinos Chochlidakis, DDS, MS

Master of Science in Dental Sciences

The Master of Science programs, which require a separate application, is pursued concurrently with the 3-year clinical program. For further information please see the Master's Degree website.

Recently Defended Master’s Projects Ourrecent graduates, Drs. David DiPalma, Charikleia Malamou and Loren Genetti, successfully defended their Master’s projects in March, 2020.

Research Interests

Konstantinos Chochlidakis, DDS, MS
Clinical evaluation of implant-supported prostheses (prosthetic and biologic complications), clinical evaluation of implant-assisted removablepartial dentures (prosthetic and biologiccomplications), clinical evaluation of CAD-CAM dentures, clinical and laboratory testing of dental materials and techniques

Carlo Ercoli, DDS, MBA
Dental implants surgical and prosthetic complications, periodontics-prosthodontics relationships, CAD/CAM: 3D design and additive and subtractive manufacturing technology applications in prosthodontics, efficient design for surgical and prosthetic workflows, biomaterials, cutting methodologies.

Please see the current funded clinical trials at EIOH.

See All Publications

Member, the American College of Prosthodontists.