Posted on: 26-Apr-2022
Congratulations to Brian Maloney, 4th Year Dental Science, on winning first prize in the Irish Endodontic Society’s Undergraduate Essay Competition. The competition was open to the three Dental Schools in Dublin, Cork and Belfast.
Posted on: 21-Apr-2022
A huge congratulations to our DDUH staff members Dr PJ Byrne (2019-2020) and Dr David McReynolds (2020-2021) on receiving The Dean of Health Science Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching in Professional Practice.
Posted on: 13-Apr-2022
The Odontology Section of The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland would like to thank our speaker, Dr Advan Moorthy and attendees of our second event of this academic year on Monday 11th April 2022 on 'Optimising Anterior Fixed Restorations.' This synchronous online event enjoyed a large attendance, where Dr Moorthy showcased the results of an optimised assessment, planning and implementation process for the delivery of clinical excellence when applying prosthodontic work to aesthetically-demanding clinical scenarios. This lecture and Q&A session was recorded for asynchronous access. If attendees are interested in accessing the recording, please feel free to contact the Odontology Section.
Posted on: 31-Mar-2022
Posted on: 22-Mar-2022
Congratulations to Dr David McReynolds, who graduated on 16th March 2022 with The Professional Special Purpose Certificate in Academic Practice from CAPSL (Centre for Academic Practice and Student Learning) at Trinity College Dublin with 1st Hons.
Posted on: 16-Mar-2022
The Dublin Dental University Hosital observed a minute's silence yesterday at 12pm to honour those who have died in Ukraine and for our healthcare colleagues in Ukraine who are working tirelessly and in great danger to continue to treat people in the most difficult circumstances.
Posted on: 11-Mar-2022
On International Women’s Day 2022, Dr Alison Dougall was awarded the prestigious John Tomes medal by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and she accepted the award at the brand new RCS building in Lincolns Inn Fields, accompanied by Professor Blanaid Daly Dean of Dental Science, DDUH at the first in-person ceremony since the start of the pandemic.
Posted on: 02-Feb-2022
This 16 month training programme offers an opportunity to those currently employed as trainee dental nurses to achieve a formal award. Successful completion of this programme, commencing August 2022, will lead to a Diploma in Dental Nursing (Trinity College Dublin) and will permit entry onto the Voluntary Dental Council Register for Dental Nurses in Ireland.
Posted on: 13-Jan-2022
The team at the Dental School and Trinity Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability in Trinity College Dublin and Dublin Dental University Hospital are proud to announce a funded PhD studentship with stipend for a suitable candidate.
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