The goal of my research is to develop minimally invasive, biologically based therapies for inflammatory dental diseases. I have particular interest in investigating the link between pain, inflammation and regeneration as well as the implications of dental disease on general health.
The following are proposals for PhD studentships
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
Name: Hayley McMillan
PhD title: MRGX1 as novel pain relief target
Years of Study: Year 2
Name: Banan Al Natour
PhD title: Role of innate immune response in dental repair and regeneration
Years of Study: Year one
Name: Mary McCLory
PhD title: Endodontic infections and cardiovascular disease like: A prospective study of possible link?
Years of Study: Year one (start September 2018)
Name: Harriet Ravenscroft
PhD title: Antimicrobial properties of Dental Pulp Stem cells
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