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Salivary Bioscience News

Salimetrics Supports Institute for Interdisciplinary Salivary Bioscience Research (IISBR) Event


Salimetrics’ CEO, Hans Schroeder, recently attended a special presentation by Dr. Douglas Granger to celebrate the launch of the new Institute for Interdisciplinary Salivary Bioscience Research (IISBR) at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). The event was attended by Orange County and UCI community members who came to hear about the history and recent advances in salivary bioscience. Salimetrics has made a commitment to support graduate student research and training in salivary bioscience at UCI in an effort to advance our understanding to new limits. The relationship between Salimetrics and the IISBR at UCI, allows for new researchers to acquire the techniques and know-how to ensure high-quality, accurate data that can have an impact backed by scientifically credible results. β€œAt this point in the history of salivary bioscience we believe the potential is boundless, and we are delighted to contribute in an effort to enable the next generation of salivary bioscientists readying themselves to be leaders in this field,” says Schroeder. “Public-private partnerships have been essential in enabling the innovations which have allowed researchers to create the scientific critical mass that established this field. The next step in the evolution of salivary bioscience will involve harnessing the knowledge we have accumulated to make a difference and this step will most certainly happen more rapidly with the continued support and investment of companies like Salimetrics,” Dr. Granger added.

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