Kasia Gurzawska-Comis is a Senior Clinical Lecturer/Honorary Specialist in Oral Surgery at the University of Liverpool. She previously completed NIHR speciality training at the University of Birmingham.
Her main clinical interest is the multidisciplinary approach to patient care, with specific interest in tooth autotransplatation, bone regeneration and dental implantology.
Her research interest is in bone regeneration, stem cell therapy, nanotechnology and tissue engineering. She obtained her first PhD in medical science at the University of Copenhagen and second PhD in bioengineering at the Technical University of Lodz and Danish Technical University (DTU). She continued her scientific career as Marie Skłodowska-Curie post-doc at the Charité Medical University Berlin and developed over years collaboration with multiple international universities.
Her future research goals focus on developing alternative biomaterials for autogenous bone grafts in ageing and compromised patients. This work is being undertaken with University of Bergen in Norway and as a member of Liverpool Head & Neck Centre (LHNC).