News in 2015
11 December 2015
1 December 2015
Student success in Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Dental Skills competition
13 November 2015
School of Oral & Dental Sciences appoints new Head of School
12 November 2015
Evidence shows low energy sweeteners help reduce energy intake and body weight
11 November 2015
New research out today concludes that there is insufficient evidence for the use of taking an Omega 3 fatty acid supplement in treating major depressive disorder
5 November 2015
Dentistry Open Day success
26 October 2015
The Dentistry Open Days were held in June and September 2015. This year we introduced an innovative video project using Augmented Reality (AR).
Communications Week at South Bristol Community Hospital
19 October 2015
An introduction to standard setting methods in dentistry
9 October 2015
Part time postgraduate qualifications available
3 August 2015
We are now accepting applications for 2015/16 Dental Postgraduate Studies (BUOLD21C) Programme
Celebrating New Research Awards
6 July 2015
July has started with a bang in the research laboratories of the School of Oral and Dental Sciences. Not an explosion…. but two major grant awards that certainly deserve some cork-popping!
Important advance in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infection
2 July 2015
A new technology which could increase protection against antibacterial and antifungal infection for weeks, months or years has been developed by researchers at the University of Bristol.
2015 Bristol Teaching Award winners announced
1 July 2015
The winners of the 2015 Bristol Teaching Awards, a joint venture between the University and Bristol SU (the Students’ Union), have been announced.
NHS England appoints Bristol graduate as Chief Dental Officer
29 April 2015
NHS England announces the appointment of Bristol graduate, Sara Hurley BDS(UBrist) MFGDP(UK) MSc(UCL) MA(KCL) as Chief Dental Officer.
Twitter Q&A: Professionalism and social media
21 April 2015
Dr Patricia Neville and Dr Andrea Waylen engage in a live Q&A session on Twitter to discuss social media and professionalism
Dr Patricia Neville presents at the British Sociological Association's Annual Conference
16 April 2015
On 16 April 2015 Dr Patricia Neville, Lecturer in Social Sciences, presented a conference paper at the British Sociological Association’s Annual Conference, held in Glasgow Caledonian University. The conference paper was entitled: ‘The dentist will see you now’: dental health and the politics of abjection in ‘The Dentists’ (ITV 2014).
A Week In Your Life - A Research Project Funded by Cancer Research UK
9 April 2015
In July last year Dr Lucy Hackshaw-McGeagh applied for and was accepted to attend the first Innovation Workshop based on 'Cancer Prevention in Harder to Reach Groups' funded by the Cancer Research UK (CRUK)/BUPA Foundation Cancer Prevention Initiative.
Oral Nanoscience Group selected for technology commercialisation scheme
26 March 2015
Dr Michele Barbour, Senior Lecturer in Biomaterials, and PhD student Candice Bellis, have been selected for a technology commercialisation scheme funded by HEFCE and Innovate UK.
The Cleft Collective Speech and Language Study has begun!
6 February 2015
Congratulations to The Cleft Collective for recruiting the first participant to its partner project, The Cleft Collective Speech and Language Study.
New Horizons in Professional Education – celebrating teaching and learning
3 February 2015
The School of Oral and Dental Sciences presented 5 posters at the New Horizons in Professional Education Teaching and Learning Conference, organised by the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry's Learning and Teaching Innovation Group, University of Bristol.