Timpel

ResearchGate

Julia Timpel

Clinical scientist

E-Mail: julia.timpel@uniklinikum-dresden.de
Room: UKD 28.417
Group: nanoelectronics for sensor technologies
Download contact:

Julia Timpel studied dentistry at the Medical Faculty of the University of Dresden and received her license to practice dentistry in 2015. She conducted her doctoral thesis at the Institute of Physiology of the Medical Faculty of the TU Dresden under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Andreas Deußen and successfully defended her dissertation in 2019. The project investigated endothelial cell migration and wound healing after cold storage using a novel cell imaging software.
In 2016, Julia started working as a dentist at the Polyclinic for Operative and Pediatric Dentistry of the TU Dresden University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus. She also worked part-time in an ambulatory practice to gain further experience outside the clinical setting.
Julia has a special interest and expertise in pediatric dentistry (advanced practice certification (APW) in 2022). In 2021, she joined, as a clinical scientist, our joint OralSens project (EKFZ) between our chair and the polyclinic for dental preservation of TU Dresden. Her motivation is to support the development of highly accurate sensors for kinetic monitoring of organic and inorganic molecules in the oral cavity by combining a scientific and a practical dental perspective.




Timpel

ResearchGate

Julia Timpel

Clinical scientist

E-Mail: julia.timpel@uniklinikum-dresden.de
Room: UKD 28.417
Group: nanoelectronics for sensor technologies
Download contact:

Julia Timpel studied dentistry at the Medical Faculty of the University of Dresden and received her license to practice dentistry in 2015. She conducted her doctoral thesis at the Institute of Physiology of the Medical Faculty of the TU Dresden under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Andreas Deußen and successfully defended her dissertation in 2019. The project investigated endothelial cell migration and wound healing after cold storage using a novel cell imaging software.
In 2016, Julia started working as a dentist at the Polyclinic for Operative and Pediatric Dentistry of the TU Dresden University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus. She also worked part-time in an ambulatory practice to gain further experience outside the clinical setting.
Julia has a special interest and expertise in pediatric dentistry (advanced practice certification (APW) in 2022). In 2021, she joined, as a clinical scientist, our joint OralSens project (EKFZ) between our chair and the polyclinic for dental preservation of TU Dresden. Her motivation is to support the development of highly accurate sensors for kinetic monitoring of organic and inorganic molecules in the oral cavity by combining a scientific and a practical dental perspective.