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Research groups and labs

 

The Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences promotes cutting edge collaborative research within an interdisciplinary context.

We have research groups and labs which have secured positions at the forefront of international scientific research and which make major contributions to teaching, training and research by inspiring and nurturing the next generation of scientific leaders. 

 

Andoniadou Lab

Investigates the intrinsic and extrinsic signalling mechanisms that regulate the progenitor/stem cell pool and control cell fate decisions.

Basson Lab

Research that is primarily focused on chromatin remodelling factors implicated in neurodevelopmental disorders.

Carpenter Lab

Studies salivary function in maintaining a normal healthy mouth. This is achieved by projects on saliva and salivary glands.

Chiappini Lab

Nanotechnology, bioengineering and cell biology to develop functional materials that direct cell behaviour, for applications in regenerative and precision medicine.

Curtis Lab

Led by Mike Curtis, Executive Dean and Professor of Microbiology.

Deb Lab

Biomaterials for regenerative medicine & dentistry.

Dental Innovation & Translation Hub

Enabling interdisciplinary collaborations to translate research into impact for clinical practice, public health policy and development of new technologies.

Di Silvio Lab

Understanding the biology of cell-material interfaces and develop novel therapies for musculoskeletal regeneration and repair using tissue engineering strategies

Erosive Tooth Wear

Our world leading team researches the detection, diagnosis, measurement, prevention and treatment of erosive tooth wear.

 

 


 

 

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