The main area of the group's translational research has been based upon the use of digital technology in the planning and provision of facial prostheses.
Investigates the intrinsic and extrinsic signalling mechanisms that regulate the progenitor/stem cell pool and control cell fate decisions.
Research that is primarily focused on chromatin remodelling factors implicated in neurodevelopmental disorders.
We are a multidisciplinary research team working on label-free bioimaging.
Biomaterials for regenerative medicine.
Research on Cariology & minimum intervention / minimally invasive operative dentistry
Studies salivary function in maintaining a normal healthy mouth. This is achieved by projects on saliva and salivary glands.
The nanomaterials and biointerfaces lab is a research group led by Dr. Ciro Chiappini.
Primarily focuses on developing and characterising innovative novel restoration materials suited for clinical translation.
Primarily focused on further understanding Hedgehog signalling during early craniofacial development.
We are a team of researchers who take a sociological approach to the study of oral health
Biomaterials for regenerative medicine & dentistry
Enabling interdisciplinary collaborations to translate research into impact for clinical practice, public health policy and development of new technologies and…
Dental Public Health is the science and art of preventing oral diseases, promoting oral health to the population rather than the individual.
Understanding the biology of cell-material interfaces and develop novel therapies for musculoskeletal regeneration and repair.
Carries out laboratory based, in-situ and clinical studies on tooth wear. The major focus and expertise is on dental erosion.
Studies the function of Dchs1-Fat4-PCP and Hippo signalling during development.
Investigating the functional interactions between microbes/microbial communities and mucosal surfaces.
The Garnett Lab investigates molecular mechanisms that promote bacterial disease
Develops innovative biomaterials to control stem cell differentiation for regenerative medicine.
The Green Laboratory investigates spatial aspects of embryonic development.
Aims to understand the molecular and cellular events that direct stem cells during musculoskeletal development and regeneration.
Focused on host-pathogen interactions, with emphasis on the innate and adaptive immune responses against HIV and the role of stress agents in DC, T and B cell…
Studies the development of the neural crest lineage from induction and migration to differentiation.
Interested in development of genome-scale metabolic models (GEMs) for human cells/tissues and employing these comprehensive models in the analysis of omics data…
Studies the biology of salivary gland stem cells in order to provide new treatment options for patients affected with dry mouth caused by irreversible salivary…
Research relates to host-microbial interactions at mucosal surfaces with specific emphasis on fungal and bacterial pathogenesis, mucosal immunity and epithelial…
Comprehensive therapeutic oral health care for children from birth through adolescence, including care for those who demonstrate intellectual, medical,…
Research into periodontal and peri-implant diseases with the aim to improve patient care and quality of life.
Studies the relationship between salivary glands and saliva and health.
Oral health related behaviour, social determinants of oral health, social impact of oral health, dental fear and anxiety, and the psychology of early diagnosis…
Orofacial pain is a noxious, painful experience in the region of the face and /or oral cavity.
Studies pathogenic mechanisms involved in the autoimmune blistering diseases pemphigus vulgaris and mucous membrane pemphigoid, and subtypes of lichen planus.
Studies teeth as a model system to explore the basic processes of developmental pattern formation, stem cell biology and tissue repair and regeneration.
Investigates the integration of signalling pathways, epigenetic changes and transcription factor networks during cell fate decisions.
Investigation of the molecular pathogenesis of head and neck cancers.
Interested in the development of the head, with particular focus on structures that form in association with the jaw.
William Wade has been one of the pioneers in developing methods for the characterisation of the oral microbiome in health and disease.