About Me

Full Name

Ren Yijin

Professional Experience and education
Since 2007 Full professor, Medical Faculty, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Since 2008 Department head, Program director, Dept Orthodontics, University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands
Since 2012 Principal investigator, W.J.Kolff Institute for Biomedical Engineering & Materials Science, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Since 2015 Director, W.J.Kolff Institute for Biomedical Engineering and Materials Science,
Since 2019 Executive MBA, London Business School, London UK
2019-2024 Associate editor European Journal of Orthodontics
2018-2023 Editorial board Progress in Orthodontics
2018-2023 Editorial board member Progress in Orthodontics
2016-2019 Editorial board member Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces
2016-2021 International Editorial board of Chinese Journal of Orthodontics
2013-2018 Associate editor Progress in Orthodontics
2007-2027 International Editorial Board of Shanghai Journal of Stomatology
2010-2017 Editorial board member The Open Dentistry Journal
2010-2019 Editorial board member European Journal of Orthodontics

Honors and Awards
2003 Best 5-year orthodontic paper Award, Dutch Orthodontic Society
2007 Distinguished Scientist Award - Young Investigator Award, IADR
2007- Visiting professorship, Wuhan University Dental School
2007 Best paper of the year (co-author), Dutch Journal of Dentistry
2010 Outstanding Alumni Award , Wuhan University
2008-2009 Best Poster award (co-author), by European Orthodontic Society
2012 Research award (co-author) by Densply-Lomberg
2007, 2008, 2009, 2013
Best Poster awards (co-author), European orthodontic Society
2014 Luo Jia Distinguished Professor by Wuhan University
2016 Paper of the year - Award for societal impact (co-author), W.J.Kolff Institute of Biomedical Engineering & Materials Science
2019 The VBM award (co-author), Society for the Biology of the Mouth)

Research Interests
3D imaging and digital workflow in orthodontics
Oral bacterial biofilms and dental/orthodontic interventions
Mechanisms and solutions for biomaterial associated infection
Development of smart (nano) biomaterials for customized clinical applications



Bone-Anchored Maxillary Protraction in Cleft Patients with Class III Malocclusion

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Miniplates resist better high discontinuous forces than miniscrews do. Therefore, …

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Bone-Anchored Maxillary Protraction in Cleft Patients with Class III Malocclusion

Ren Yijin
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