I was appointed as Assistant Professor & Head of Dental Materials Department at the Institute of Dentistry, CMH Lahore Medical College in December 2015 and was promoted to the post of Associate Professor in October 2018. I completed my Master’s degree from University of London in 2008 and undertook my PhD at University of Sheffield and successfully completed in March 2015.
I feel privileged to be a fellow of the Marie Curie Research Association, under which I have worked as an Oral Health Care Scientist for Philips, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Currently, I am also a member of the PAK-UK Research collaboration for sustainable and cost effective biomaterials to be used in health care systems of developing countries.
- “Comparative abrasive wear resistance and surface analysis of dental resin-based materials”. Nayyer M, Zahid S, Hassan SH, Mian SA, Mehmood S, Khan HA, et al. European Journal of Dentistry 2018;12.
- “Raman spectroscopy can discriminate between normal, dysplastic and cancerous oral mucosa: a tissue-engineering approach”. Salman A. Mian, Ceyla Yorucu, Muhammad Saad Ullah, Ihtesham U. Rehman and Helen E. Colley. Accepted by Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, May 2016. DOI: 10.1002/term.2234.
- “An update on glass fiber dental restorative composites: A systematic review” Abdul Samad Khan, Maria Tahir Azam, Maria Khan, Salman Aziz Mian, Ihtesham Ur Rehman. Materials Science and Engineering C 47 (2015) 26–39.
- “Development of a Dewaxing Protocol for Tissue-Engineered Models of the Oral Mucosa Used for Raman Spectroscopic Analysis”. Mian S. A., Colley, H. E., Thornhill, M. H. & Rehman, I. U. Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 49, 614-617, 2014.
- “Synthesis and In-Vitro Analysis of Degradative Resistance of a Novel Bioactive Composite”. Journal of Bionanoscience Vol.2, 1-12, 2008. Abdul Samad Khan, Mian Salman Aziz, Deepen Paul, Ferranti Wong, and Ihtesham Ur Rehman.
I am currently a member of PAK-UK Research collaboration where I am actively involved in development of sustainable and cost effective biomaterials to be used in healthcare systems of the under-developed countries.
Our projects include:
- Artificial injectable bone grafts for bone repair and regeneration.
- Periodontal membranes for various dental procedures.
- Artificial skin grafts for patients suffering from burns.