Frauke Müller is professor and chair for gerodontology and removable prosthodontics at the University of Geneva.
She was born in Kiel, Germany and studied dentistry in Bonn, where she received her Dental and Doctorate Degree. Until 2003, she worked at the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry of the University of Mainz, Germany where she received her doctorate PhD in 1996. Fellowship support provided the opportunity to spend several years at the London Hospital Medical College, England (1988 and 1993/94).
Professor Müller has served on the board of several professional associations: European College of Gerodontology, IADR Geriatric Oral Research Group and the Swiss Society for Reconstructive Dentistry. Since 2010 she has been President of the Swiss Society for Dentistry for elderly and handicapped persons.
She is Associate Editor of Gerodontology and the textbook “Oral Healthcare and The Frail Elder”. Her research activity is mainly related to gerodontology, oral function as well as complete and implant prosthodontics.