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Clinical Doctorate in Dental Surgery (Orthodontics) 2023

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 02-Feb-2023
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Dublin Dental University Hospital will be accepting applications to the Clinical Doctorate in Dental Surgery (Orthodontics) programme until 28th February 2023 (inclusive). Applications for this full-time, three-year programme should be made online at www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate/how-to-apply

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The DDUH welcomed the TCD Provost Professor Linda Doyle

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 12-Jan-2023
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The DDUH welcomed the TCD Provost Professor Linda Doyle today for a tour of the Hospital and to meet with the Chairperson of the Board Mr Frank Nolan, CEO Mr David Barry and Dean of Dental Affairs Professor Blánaid Daly.

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Congratulations to Dr David McReynolds

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 09-Jan-2023
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Congratulations to Dr David McReynolds!

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Barnardos Christmas Appeal 2022

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 12-Dec-2022
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The DDUH are delighted to announce that this year’s Barnardos Christmas Appeal received a great response. In total we have received an amazing €625 in voucher donations.Thank you to everyone who supported this wonderful cause.

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RCSEd Dentsply Sirona Dental Skills Competition 2022

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 12-Dec-2022
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Congratulations to final year undergraduate student Loujin Shakerdi who was the winner of the Dublin Regional Heat of this year’s RCSEd Dentsply Sirona Clinical Skills Competition!

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Clinical Doctorate in Dental Surgery 2023

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 16-Nov-2022
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Dublin Dental University Hospital will be accepting applications for the Clinical Doctorate in Dental Surgery (D.Ch.Dent) full-time (3-year) and part-time (5-year) programmes commencing in September 2023 until 2nd December 2022 (inclusive). Applications for these programmes should be made online at https://www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate/courses/dental-surgery-dchdent/.

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Certificate in Orofacial Pain Application

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 01-Nov-2022
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Dublin Dental University Hospital is accepting applications for the Certificate in Orofacial Pain. This is a year-long, part-time programme, designed to equip general dentists and dental specialists with knowledge and skills in the areas of neuropathic orofacial pain, headache disorders and temporomandibular disorders. Applications for the programme should be made online at: https://www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate/courses/orofacial-pain-p-grad-cert/. Closing date is 6th November 2022.

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The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - 18th October 2022

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 20-Oct-2022
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The Odontology Section of The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland would like to thank our speaker, Dr Eddie Fahy, and attendees of our first event of this academic year on Tuesday 18th October 2022 on 'The Spread of Dentoalveolar Infection.' This synchronous online event again enjoyed a large attendance from dental students & staff in both Dublin & Cork Dental Hospitals as well as from dental & medical clinicians from the HSE. Dr Fahy discussed the pathways and factors involved in the onset and spread of odontogenic infection including the most severe consequences of untreated infection. This lecture and Q&A session were recorded for asynchronous access. If attendees are interested in accessing the recording, please feel free to contact the Odontology Section.

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New study characterises oral microbiome changes in children with Crohn’s disease

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 18-Oct-2022
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A study led by Dr Gary Moran has been published in the Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis (Impact Factor 10.02) characterising the oral microbiome in children with Crohn’s disease. The study shows for the first time that oral microbiome changes in this cohort reflect Crohn’s disease severity and that the oral microbiome may act as a reservoir for pathogens that can disturb the gut microbiome such as Klebsiella and Pseudomonas species. The study is also the first to demonstrate that this altered oral microbiome returns to a healthy state after successful treatment of gut symptoms.

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New study characterises oral microbiome changes in children with Crohn’s disease

By: dhadmin
Posted on: 18-Oct-2022
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A study lead by Dr Gary Moran has been published in the Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis (Impact Factor 10.02) characterising the oral microbiome in children with Crohn’s disease. The study shows for the first time that oral microbiome changes in this cohort reflect Crohn’s disease severity and that the oral microbiome may act as a reservoir for pathogens that can disturb the gut microbiome such as Klebsiella and Pseudomonas species. The study is also the first to demonstrate that this altered oral microbiome returns to a healthy state after successful treatment of gut symptoms.

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