B.A. - Physics and Astronomy, 1968 University of Amsterdam
M.S. - Physics, 1970 University of Nebraska Lincoln
Ph.D. - Physics, 1974 University of Nebraska Lincoln
D.D.S. - Dentistry, 1977 University of Nebraska Lincoln
Elected Fellow of the Academy of Dental Materials 1992
International Association for Dental Research
American Association for Dental Research
Member National Council, 2003-2009
President Chicago Section 2000
President Memphis Section 2006
AADR Dental Materials Group
American Dental Education Association
American Physical Society
APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Restorative dental materials, biomedical applications of materials, materials engineering and processing.
Performance of dental adhesives, low shrink composites, properties of endodontic posts and esthetic properties of restorative materials.
Born and raised in the Netherlands, attended high school (Mendel College) in Haarlem. Enrolled at the University of Amsterdam in Physics while a member of the technical staff at the Netherlands Institute of Atomic and Molecular Physics.
Came to the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 1968 to pursue graduate studies in Physics with an emphasis on ion-atom collisions.
Became intrigued with US dentistry and enrolled in the UNL College of Dentistry. Won the IADR Hatton Research Award in 1976.
Joined the NIH NIDR Diagnostic systems