Nikolaos Mattheos

Nikolaos Mattheos

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Besöksadress: Alfred Nobels Allé 8, 14104 Huddinge
Postadress: OF Odontologi, OF Oral hälsa och parodontologi, 171 77 Stockholm

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  • Periodontist, Researcher, Academic Teacher and Digital Entrepreneur.
    Nikos Mattheos [1] (Nikolaos) is a periodontist, researcher, academic
    teacher and digital entrepreneur. He is currently Visiting Professor at
    Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand and affiliated with the Faculty
    of Dental Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Sweden. He is a specialist in
    Periodontology accredited by Swedish Socialstyrelsen and European Federation
    of Periodontology. He is also considered a world-class expert in online
    learning and has designed and conducted online and face-to-face courses in
    Implant Dentistry in many parts of the world. He maintains private practice
    focused in oral rehabilitation and implant dentistry in Hong Kong.
    International Association of Dental Research researcher’s award in 2003 and
    2013 and the Andre Schroeder Award in 2014 and 2021.
    Multiple Teaching awards, including Vice Chancellors commendation (Australia,
    Griffith University), Honorable Mention (2017 Greater China MOOC awards).
    Having started in the University of Athens, he went on to attain a Masters
    degree in Health Informatics at the University of Malmö, Sweden, where he
    continued with PhD and completed specialist training in Periodontology. He
    then completed a 3 year-residency in Periodontology, Fixed Prosthodontics and
    Implant Dentistry in the University of Bern, Switzerland under Professor N.P.
    Lang. He has held professoriate positions in Sweden, Australia, Hong Kong
    and Thailand. He has designed and directed postgraduate MSc, D Clin Dent and
    MDS programmes, as well as hospital clinics in Implant Dentistry. Other past
    academic appointments include Associate Dean for Postgraduate education and
    Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education in the University of Hong Kong.


  • His research has been disseminated through more than 130 publications [1] in
    international peer reviewed journals and several abstracts and keynote
    lectures in major international congresses. He has an h-index of 38 (Google
    Scholar) or 29 (Scopus) and more than 4836 citations. He is Associate Editor
    of the International Journal of Prosthodontics, editor in-chief of the ITI
    Academy, former associate editor of the European Journal of Dental Education,
    member of the Editorial Board of the Clinical Oral Implants Research and
    European Journal of Oral Implantology. He is peer reviewer for all major
    scientific journals within Periodontology, Implant Dentistry and Medical/
    Dental Education.
    His main research areas involve: a) Clinical research (clinical outcomes of
    implant therapy) and Computer Assisted Implant Surgery [2] b) e-learning and
    application in Information &
  • Communication Technology in Teaching and
    Learning c) Behavioural research and Patients Reported Outcomes Measures
    (PROMS) d)Biological research (Peri-implant tissue in health and disease
    [3] and guided bone regeneration, Implant Supracrestal Complex [4]) d)
    Implant Design and Technical research (geometry and micromorphology of
    implant abutment connection, tissue interface [5] and implant surface
    modification). He has designed, conducted and supervised in-vitro, animal and
    clinical studies. He has received several competitive research grants from
    government (RHU/ Sweden, ALTC/Australila, GRF, TDG/Hong Kong) and scientific
    bodies (ITI), as well as industry (Straumann, Dentsply, P&
  • G). He is recipient
    of research awards among which is twice the IADR research award (2003, 2013 )
    and the Andre Schroeder Prize in Implant Dentistry Clinical Research in 2015
    and 2021. He is a member of several international scientific associations.


  • Dr. Mattheos designed, directed, delivered and assessed postgraduate
    curricula in Implant Dentistry for different degrees, from short CPD courses,
    blended learning degree programmes (M Clin Dent Impl, Australia) to full time
    three-year intensive residencies (MDS Impl Dent, Hong Kong). His leadership
    has been instrumental in the development of global guidelines for the
    teaching and assessment of Implant Dentistry, having organised 3 Consensus
    Workshops in the teaching and Learning of Implant Dentistry (2 European in
    2008 and 2013 and one Australian 2010), while he has contributed to several
    other international consortia for the improvement of teaching and learning.
    While in the University of Hong Kong (2012-2020) he served as the
    postgraduate Programme Director and clinic Manager of Implant Dentistry,
    which included a 3-year full-time residency programme (MDS) and a 2 year part
    time degree (MSc). His teaching extended to a variety of formats and media,
    from seminars, clinical supervision, problem-based learning, clinical and
    research mentoring, live surgery sessions, case-based learning, on-line
    modules, sim-lab preclinical training and more. His responsibilities as
    curriculum designer and manager have included curriculum and assessment
    design, at all levels and he has served as Associate Dean for Taught
    Postgraduate Education (2015-2017) and Assistant Dean for Undergraduate
    education (2013-14).
    During his tenure at Griffith University in Australia, he designed advanced
    curricula for undergraduate and post graduate education in Implant Dentistry
    through a competitive federal government 2-year grant. He then went on to
    launch and direct Australia’s first Master of Science programme in
    Implant Dentistry (2009-2012).
    He has a profound interest in online learning, having designed and
    evaluated his first online course already in 1998 in collaboration with Malmo
    Univeristy. In 2016 he launched and directed the first Massive Open Online
    Course (MOOC) in Implant Dentistry, after a grant from the University of Hong
    Kong. The MOOC has achieved exceptionally high engagement by all metrics, as
    documented by research [1] published in peer-reviewed journals. In addition,
    the course achieved an extraordinarily high percentage of certificate
    acquisition. The MOOC has as of today enrolled more than 50, 000 students and
    received a Honorable Mention in the 2017 Greater China MOOC awards among more
    than 100 contestants in the category of Course Design and Quality. He has
    since then designed and delivered many online courses [2] for continous
    professional development in Dentistry.
    He has received major teaching and learning developments grants in Sweden
    (NSHU 2007), Australia (ALTC 2013) and two Teaching Development Grants for
    the design of a reflective learning platform for the teaching of Implant
    Dentistry (2014) and a 3D-printed and VR simulation for teaching the removal
    of wisdom teeth (2018) in Hong Kong. As Associate Editor for the European
    Journal of Dental Education, he has been widely acknowledged for promoting
    the scholarship of teaching and learning with focus of expertise in the areas
    of on-line education, curriculum development and assessment. He is a member
    of the Educational Committee of the International Team for Implantology, a
    scientific and professional body that oversees the education and development
    of more than 19, 000 members worldwide.


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