The Institute of Dentistry at Queen Mary and Barts and the London has a thriving PhD student community and we welcome applications for MPhil, PhD, MRD (MRES) postgraduate students and visiting research fellows to undertake research in in all fields where we can offer expert supervision.
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry is an international Leader in Oral and Dental sciences. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) – a measure of the quality of higher education in the UK –the Institute of Dentistry, QMUL, was affirmed as the leading dental school for research in the UK.
Our policy is that our dental research should always be in the main stream of biomedical research, contributing to it and at the same time benefiting from strong interdisciplinary links with our colleagues in the rest of the Medical School and the wider College. We provide a friendly, first-class, intellectually stimulating and focused environment for postgraduate study.
Main research areas
Research in the Institute of Dentistry is organised within multidisciplinary research centres, which provide critical mass of expertise and a fulfilling academic environment.
Major interests within these groups are listed below:
Centre for Oral Immunobiology and Regenerative Medicine
This Centre combines our expertise in the soft tissue and bone research areas, including Oral Immunology and Microbiology; Oral Medicine and Periodontology groups.
Centre for Oral Bioengineering
Queen Mary has a high profile in both bioengineering and materials-based research, with both the Institute of Bioengineering and the Materials Research Institute (MRI) providing a cross-faculty focus for pioneering research in these areas. Hard tissues, orthodontics, dental materials and the development of new dental technologies form a significant component of the Institute’s research profile.
Centre for Dental Public Health & Primary Care
The development of world-class research in population and public health is a strategic priority area for Queen Mary, of which Dental Public Health plays an important part.
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