Guglielmo Campus | Public Health | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Guglielmo Campus | Public Health | Best Researcher Award

University of Bern, Switzerland

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Dr. Guglielmo Giuseppe Campus embarked on his academic journey with a dentistry degree from the Dental School at the University of Sassari, where he graduated with the highest distinction. He furthered his education with a postgraduate course in Paediatric Dentistry under the mentorship of Prof. Göran Koch in Sweden. Subsequently, he pursued a Ph.D. course in Preventive Dentistry at the Medicine Faculty of the University of Sassari, where he delved into the intricacies of oral health research.

Professional Endeavors:

Dr. Campus has held various esteemed positions throughout his career, including being an Associate Professor of Community Dentistry, Cariology, and Preventive Dentistry at the University of Sassari. Notably, he served as the Head of the Paediatric Dentistry unit at the Dental Institute of the University of Sassari, where he contributed significantly to the field. His international recognition led to his appointment as an Extraordinariat Professor of Preventive Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology at the University of Bern, Switzerland. Additionally, he was honored with the title of Honorary Professor in Dental Medicine at Sahlgrenska Akademin, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Dr. Campus has made substantial contributions to the field of dentistry, particularly in preventive dentistry, oral epidemiology, and paediatric dentistry. He has been actively involved in coordinating national and international research projects aimed at addressing key oral health issues. His research interests include caries microbiology, epidemiology of oral pathologies, and the development of preventive strategies. Through his leadership, Dr. Campus has promoted the training and mentoring of junior researchers, fostering the next generation of dental professionals.

Accolades and Recognition:

Dr. Campus's groundbreaking work has been recognized globally, earning him prestigious awards and honors. He received the John J. Sciarra International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics Prize Paper Award and the International Best Paper Award from the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology, among others. His outstanding contributions to academia and research have solidified his reputation as a leading figure in the field of dentistry.

Impact and Influence:

As a prolific researcher, educator, and mentor, Dr. Campus has had a profound impact on the dental community worldwide. His research findings have informed clinical practices and public health policies, contributing to improved oral health outcomes globally. Through his editorial roles and participation in scientific organizations, he continues to shape the future of dentistry, inspiring generations of dental professionals.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

Dr. Campus's legacy extends beyond his academic and professional achievements. His dedication to advancing preventive dentistry and oral epidemiology has laid the groundwork for future research endeavors. By nurturing young talent and fostering collaborations, he aims to further enhance oral health initiatives and make lasting contributions to the field. Dr. Campus remains committed to his mission of promoting oral health and empowering dental professionals to address the evolving challenges in dentistry.


A total of 9405 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations         9405
  • h-index           50
  • i10-index        135

Notable Publications 

Efficacy of nano-hydroxyapatite on caries prevention—A systematic review and meta-analysis

RJ Wierichs, TG Wolf, G Campus, TS Carvalho
Clinical oral investigations 26 (4), 3373-3381
Impact of early childhood caries severity on oral health‐related quality of life among preschool children in Mexico: A cross‐sectional study

JS Lara, A Romano, PU Murisi, TK Tedesco, FM Mendes, AE Soto‐Rojas, ...
International journal of paediatric dentistry
Hypnosis and sedation for anxious children undergoing dental treatment: A retrospective practice-based longitudinal study

S Rienhoff, CH Splieth, JSJ Veerkamp, J Rienhoff, JB Krikken, G Campus, ...
Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) efficacy in arresting cavitated caries lesions in primary molars: A systematic review and metanalysis

L Zaffarano, C Salerno, G Campus, S Cirio, A Balian, L Karanxha, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health
Inequalities in caries among pre-school Italian children with different background

G Campus, F Cocco, L Strohmenger, TG Wolf, A Balian, A Arghittu, ...
BMC pediatrics
Diagnostic delay in autoimmune oral diseases

M Petruzzi, F Della Vella, N Squicciarini, D Lilli, G Campus, G Piazzolla, ...
Oral diseases
Caries Severity, Decayed First Permanent Molars and Associated Factors in 6–7 Years Old Schoolchildren Living in Palermo (Southern Italy)

G Pizzo, D Matranga, L Maniscalco, F Buttacavoli, G Campus, G Giuliana
Journal of clinical medicine
Design, development and validation of a questionnaire to assess dentists’ knowledge and experience in diagnosing, recording, and managing root caries

SH Niemeyer, S Maniewicz, G Campus, C Tennert, B Yilmaz, A Zekeridou, ...
Clinical oral investigations
The future of pediatric dentistry is now

MG Cagetti, G Campus