- Other research staff (Experimental Preventive Dentistry Cariology)
- Optical diagnostics
- Optical diagnostics of caries and plaque
- Plaque fluorescence in relation to oral condition
- Diagnostics as tool for patient motivation
Professional employment history
|2009 - present||Lecturer, Evidence Based Practice, Oral Hygiene, School of Health, INHOLLAND, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.|
|2007 - 2009||Lecturer, Plaque related diseases, Dental School, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.|
|2007 - present||Research Fellow, Cariology/EPT, ACTA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.|
|2005 - present||Honorary Lecturer, Plaque related diseases, Dental School, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.|
|1997 - 2007||Guest Scientist, Cariology/EPT, ACTA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|1997 - 2007||Senior Science Officer, Inspektor research Systems BV. Optical diagnostics of caries and plaque.|
|1995 - 1997||Assistant professor, Oral Health Research Institute, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN, USA.|
|1995||GKSS Polymer Sciences, Teltow, Germany; implementation of an optical system for a-spherical droplet shape analysis.|
|1991 - 1995||AIO, Materia Technica, RUG,Groningen, The Netherlands. Quantification of root surface caries lesions.|
Selected scientific publications
van der Veen MH, Attin R, Schwestka-Polly R, Wiechmann D.
Caries outcomes after orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances: do lingual brackets make a difference? Eur J Oral Sci 2010;118;298-303
van der Veen MH, Thomas RZ, Huysmans MC, de Soet JJ.
Red autofluorescence of dental plaque bacteria. Caries Res 2006;40:542-545.
Heinrich-Weltzien R, Kuhnisch J, van der Veen M, de Josselin de Jong E, Stosser L.
Quantitative light-induced fluorescence (qlf)--a potential method for the dental practitioner. Quintessence Int 2003;34:181-188.
van der Veen MH, Ando M, Stookey GK, de Josselin de Jong E.
A monte carlo simulation of the influence of sound enamel scattering coefficient on lesion visibility in light-induced fluorescence. Caries Res 2002;36:10-18.
van der Veen MH, de Josselin de Jong E.
Application of quantitative light-induced fluorescence for assessing early caries lesions. Monogr Oral Sci 2000;17:144-162.
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (from 1999 until now)