Barts & The London - Institute of Dentistry

Dr Saroash Shahid, BDS MSc PhD

Clinical Lecturer in Dental Biomaterials and Dental Anatomy

Email: s.shahid@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: 0207 882 5983

Profile

2015-present Lecturer in Dental Biomaterials and Dental Anatomy, Institute of Dentistry, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

2012- 2015 Teaching Fellow, Institute of Dentistry, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

2010-2012 Post Doctoral Research Associate, Institute of Dentistry, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

2010 PhD in Dental Materials, Queen Mary University of London

2005 MSc in Dental Materails, Queen Mary University of London

2004 BDS, Isra University, Pakistan

Teaching

Program Director for MSc Dental Materials program. 1 year (Full time) MSc course jointly run between Institute of Dentistry and School of Engineering and Materials Science.

Module convener for BDS Year 1 Head and Neck Anatomy module

Module Convener for Use and Investigation of Dental Hard Tissue (MSc Oral Biology)

Module Convener for Inercalated BSc Oral Biology Module 3

Research

Research Interests:

  • Remineralising Dental Restoratives for use with Atraumatic Restorative technique.
  • Novel Biomimetic Flake glass dental coatings for protection of teeth.
  • Novel chlorhexidine particles for treatment of periodontitis/peri-impatitits.
  • Effect of metal and non-metal ions on tooth remineralisation.
  • Glass Ionomer Cements.

Publications

Luo, D., Hasan, M.S., Shahid, S., Khlebtsov, B.N., Cattell, M.J., Sukhorukov, G.B.

Gold nanorod mediated chlorhexidine microparticle formation and near-infrared light induced release

(2017) Langmuir, 33 (32), pp. 7982-7993.

Luo, D., Shahid, S., Sukhorukov, G.B., Cattell, M.J.

Synthesis of novel chlorhexidine spheres with controlled release from a UDMA–HEMA resin using ultrasound (2017) Dental Materials, 33 (6), pp. 713-722.

Luo, D., Zhang, X., Shahid, S., Cattell, M.J., Gould, D.J., Sukhorukov, G.B.

Electrospun poly(lactic acid) fibers containing novel chlorhexidine particles with sustained antibacterial activity (2017) Biomaterials Science, 5 (1), pp. 111-119.

Luo, D., Shahid, S., Wilson, R.M., Cattell, M.J., Sukhorukov, G.B.

Novel Formulation of Chlorhexidine Spheres and Sustained Release with Multilayered Encapsulation

(2016) ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 8 (20), pp. 12652-12660.

 van Duinen, R.N.B., Shahid, S., Hill, R., Glavina, D.

In-vitro study on temperature changes in the pulp chamber due to thermo-curing of Glass Ionomer Cements [In-vitro istraživanje temperaturnih promjena u pulpnoj komori nakon zagrijavanja pri stvrdnjavanju staklenoionomernog cementa] (2016) Acta Stomatologica Croatica, 50 (4), pp. 287-291.

 Tang, H.M., Shahid, S., Karpukhina, N., Law, R.V., Hill, R.G.

Glass polyalkenoate cements based on simple CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 glasses

(2015) Materials Science and Technology (United Kingdom), 31 (2), pp. 197-202.

 Shahid, S., Hassan, U., Billington, R.W., Hill, R.G., Anderson, P.

Glass ionomer cements: Effect of strontium substitution on esthetics, radiopacity and fluoride release

(2014) Dental Materials, 30 (3), pp. 308-313.

 Shahid, S., Billington, R.W., Hill, R.G.

The effect of ultrasound on the uptake of fluoride by glass ionomer cements

(2011) Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 22 (2), pp. 247-251.

 Shahid, S., Billington, R.W., Hill, R.G., Pearson, G.J.

The effect of ultrasound on the setting reaction of zinc polycarboxylate cements

(2010) Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 21 (11), pp. 2901-2905.

 Thanjal, N.K., Billington, R.W., Shahid, S., Luo, J., Hill, R.G., Pearson, G.J.

Kinetics of fluoride ion release from dental restorative glass ionomer cements: The influence of ultrasound, radiant heat and glass composition

(2010) Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 21 (2), pp. 589-595.

 

Shahid, S., Billington, R.W., Pearson, G.J.

The role of glass composition in the behaviour of glass acetic acid and glass lactic acid cements

(2008) Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 19 (2), pp. 541-545.