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1987, 1992, 1994
Research science awards of the German Society of Periodontology (DGP) in Baden-Baden, Berlin and Stuttgart.

Willoughby D. Miller Scientific Award of the German Society of Dental, Oral and Craniomandibular Sciences (DGZMK) for his PhD equivalent (Habilitation) Klinische, biochemische und mikrobiologische Parameter zur Diagnose und Therapiekontrolle am Modell der chronischen und aggressiven parodontalen Entzündung und der parodontalen Regeneration (Clinical, biochemical and microbial parameters guiding diagnosis and therapy in chronic and aggressive periodontal inflammation and regeneration) in Bremen.

Prof. Buchmann graduated from the University of Münster 1985. The title of his 1985 doctoral thesis at the Münster Medical Faculty is Karyometrische Untersuchungen an Follikelepithelzellen der Rattenschilddrüse zum Problem der circadianen Rhythmik (Karyometric dimensions of rat thyroid follicular epithelial cells and circadian rhythmics). He completed specialty training in periodontics 1988 and taught as senior lecturer at the Department of Periodontology, University of Münster 1996.

Buchmann began his career receiving his PhD equivalent (German Habilitation) in 1999 as interim director of the Department of Periodontology at the University of Münster. He became assistant professor at Boston University and Harvard Medical School in Boston 2001. He moved to the University of Dusseldorf 2004 where he founded a private practice limited to periodontics 2007. Buchmann was appointed as professor of periodontics at the University of Seville 2010. Buchmann is advisor of the German Research Foundation and member of the advisory board of the Journal of Periodontology. He is serving as periodontal educator at the Universities of Dusseldorf and Seville and Dental Chambers throughout Germany.

From his marriage, Buchmann received 4 daughters: Anina Ilka Annette, Swantje Christine Christian, Lilli and Greet Buchmann.
Prof. Buchmann conducts research in clinical, microbiological and immunological periodontology.

The focus of his scientific work comprises the regulation of proteins in gingival crevicular fluid and signal transduction abnormalties related to neutrophil tissue injury in aggressive perodontal diseases.

His current research is subjected to periodontal health and life quality.
1978 High School Diploma, Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliches Leibniz Gymnasium Dortmund, Germany
1981 Exams in Natural Sciences for Physicians and Dentists University of Münster, Medical Faculty
1982 Exam for Dentists
University of Münster, Medical Faculty
1984 Federal Board of Dental Examination for Dentists, School of Dental Medicine, University of Münster, Graduation as DDS
1985 Graduation as Dr. med. dent.
University of Münster, Medical Faculty
1988 Specialist ‘Periodontics’, Dental Chamber Westphalia-Lippe
Department of Periodontology, School of Dental Medicine, University of Münster
1990 Faculty staff and Research Associate, Department of Periodontology,
School of Dental Medicine, University of Münster
1996 Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Periodontology, University of Münster
1998 Interim Director, Department of Periodontology
1999 Venia Legendi ‘Periodontology’, University of Münster, Medical Faculty, Graduation as PD (PhD equivalent)
2000 Assistant Professor, Department of Periodontology and Oral Biology, Goldman School of Dental Medicine (Boston University) and Department of Anesthesiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Harvard Medical School), Boston, USA
2002 Dental Practice, Unna NRW, Germany
2004 Department of Periodontology, University of Dusseldorf, Germany
2006 Consulting Periodontist, Center of Dentistry, Knappschaft Hospital Bottrop NRW, Germany
2007 Private Practice for Periodontics and Oral Preventive Dentistry, Dusseldorf NRW, Germany
2010 Professor, Department of Periodontology, Facultad de Odontologia, University of Seville, Spain
2015 Saudi German Hospital, Dubai, UAE