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  • Dual Action Calcium Phosphate Pastes

    Cheryl Miller and her team (Crawford, Hatton, Moorehead, Stafford and Wilcock) have recently been awarded three grants totalling £156,617 from Medical Technologies IKC, The University of Sheffield IIKE fund and a local SME: Ceramisys Ltd. The project will develop an innovative injectable bone graft substitute to provide enhanced bone tissue regeneration and combat bone infection at the surgical site.

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    BSODR 2017 Success

    Congratulations to all our students who represented The School of Clinical Dentistry at the British Society for Oral and Dental Research meeting, and were awarded prizes for their excellent presentations. 

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    The Graduating European Dentist

    The school is pleased to announce the publication of "The Graduating European Dentist" in the European Journal of Dental Education. This suite of position papers represents two years of pan-European collaboration and consultation by ADEE Taskforce members, led by James Field (Sheffield, UK), and reflects the changing focus of dental education in Europe.

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    Dissolving Dragons Teeth and Magic Potions to Detect Dangerous Tooth Rotting Delicacies!

    Prof Paul Hatton and Dr Simon Whawell along with staff and students from the School of Clinical Dentistry presented a Defence Against the Dark Arts and the Battle Against Tooth Decay Class to a group of muggle children on the 16th of November. The class forms part of nine-week exhibition and programme of events at Sheffield libraries celebrating the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

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    PhD studentship support from the Get A-Head Charitable Trust

    The Get-Ahead Charitable Trust has pledged £18,700 to fund research consumables for the PhD project of Anita (Xinming) Liu. Anita is supervised by Dr Stuart Hunt and Dr Daniel Lambert and she will focus on how certain RNA molecules are packaged into extracellular vesicles (EVs).

    This article is located on a different website.

  • RCSEd Dentsply Sirona Clinical Skills Competition

    On Wednesday 18th October the School of Clinical Dentistry hosted the Sheffield heat of the RCSEd Dentsply Sirona Clinical Skills Competition which involved the preparation of a PFM crown. The evening proved to be both successful and enjoyed by all. Congratulations to Ashish Palmer will represent Sheffield in the Grand Final of the competition in Edinburgh in March 2018.

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    The Engineer: Collaborate to Innovate 2017 Awards

    The School is delighted to announce that EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Medical Devices (MeDe Innovation) has won the Academic Innovator award at recent 'The Engineer: Collaborate to Innovate' 2017 awards. The School is a collaborator on this £4.5 million EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing.  The centre was formed to carry out research that addresses the whole manufacturing and product value chain in medical devices.

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    Guide for children with dental anxiety highly commended in the 2017 BMA Patient Information Awards

    A self-help guide for children who are scared of the dentist called ‘Your teeth you are in control’ was highly commended at the prestigious British Medical Association Patient Information Awards 2017 held at BMA House in London on 18th September. The guide was developed by School researchers Zoe Marshman, Helen Rodd and Sarah Baker.

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    Discovery Dentistry returns on October 9th

    Discover Dentistry, our popular free online course, is back for its seventh run starting on October 9th. Join Dr Chris Stokes and a many other academics from the School of Clinical Dentistry for a chance to learn about teeth, the mouth and dentistry.

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    BSODR 2017

    Researchers from across the school will be attending the British Society for Oral and Dental Research Annual Scientist Meeting in Plymouth. The meeting is hosted by University of Plymouth.

    Our staff and students will be giving oral and poster presentations, and are involved in the prize competitions.

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    Mouth Stories Event in the Winter Garden 19-20th Sept 2017

    Researchers from the School of Clinical Dentistry and Sociological Studies, will be in The Winter Garden on the 19th and 20th September (10.00 – 4.00) inviting members of the public to tell their 'mouth stories'.

    In addition the team will be show casing some of the work they completed in collaboration with the Universities of Bristol and Edinburgh on the significance of mouth in older age.

    This project was funded by GSK.

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    Mary Otto Healthcare Journalist Visit

    The School is pleased announce that Mary Otto - an American Healthcare Journalist will be coming to talk about her new book  Teeth: the Story of Beauty, Inequality and the Struggle for Oral Health in America on Tuesday 26th September 1-2pm.

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    The Dean of our School of Clinical Dentistry has been elected Chair of the Dental Schools Council. Professor Chris Deery will take on the new prestigious role in addition to his teaching responsibilities and honorary consultant in Paediatric Dentistry at Charles Clifford Dental Services. He is also currently Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry and chair of the Consultants in Paediatric Dentistry Group.

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

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    Sheffield 3D Day

    Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, the School of Clinical Dentistry and the 3D Lab have co-organised a second Sheffield 3D Day on the 1st September 2017 at the Diamond, University of Sheffield.

    The event provides an afternoon of presentations related to exploration of 3D within Health with the aim of sharing experiences and looking to the future. Looking at 3D printing, planning, visualisation, aids to learning and navigation.

    Mail courseenquiries@sth.nhs.uk to book a place.

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    School of Clinical Dentistry welcomes @LegoSheffield

    @LegoSheffield is part of the University’s activities to showcase its teaching and research. The Twitter and Instagram accounts offer a fun insight into the different departments around the University. At the beginning of June, they came to visit to find out what we do here in the School of Clinical Dentistry (@ShefDentistry).