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Dentists could soon have a new AI co-pilot to detect tooth decay

An artificial intelligence (AI) platform is allowing dentists and dental students to read radiograms (X-rays) with higher accuracy, helping them to better...

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Dr Giuseppe Mainas receives BSP Fellowship Award

Congratulations to Dr Giuseppe Mainas, DDS, MClin Perio, PhDc, who has been awarded a British Society of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry (BSP) Fellowship...


Dietary restrictions could reduce gum disease

New research from King’s College London has emerged that shows calorie restriction (500-1300 calories per day) could be used to reduce gum disease.


Delivering a powerful message with a powerful impact

FoDOCS Alumni Dr. Arthif Daniel delivered a message on gum disease to an audience of professional boxers at the recent World Boxing Council's 60th convention...


John Greenspan BDS, PHD, FRCPath, FKC 1938-2023

A tribute to Professor John Greenspan, Fellow of King's College London, by Stephen Challacombe.


King's signs Memorandum of Understanding with The British University in Egypt

Agreement signifies shared ambitions and possibilities for the future of dentistry and global oral health graduates.

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Professor Jenny Gallagher to speak at WHO Global Oral Health Status Report Launch

Dean for International Affairs will present on Oral Health Workforce Shortage in WHO Africa Regions (AFR).

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Cardaropoli Prize awarded to Dr Khaleda Zaheer

Dr Zaheer received her award at the 21st SIdP International Congress for presentation on the prevalence of periodontal disease in the Rohingya refugees living...

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Annual Dental Alumni Association weekend takes place in London

The prestigious event welcomed current and former staff and students to meet and network over a two day programme in March 2023.

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Funding awarded to further develop alternative model to animal research

Human organoid model was originally developed by Neves Lab to generate mucosal immune cell populations.


Professor Paul Sharpe receives AISPPD Onlus Medal

Prestigious award from International Association of Awareness & Prevention of Women’s Diseases recognises Professor Sharpe’s research in dentistry and tooth...

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Using dinosaur teeth to widen access to higher education

A new FoDOCS-led project uses investigation of dinosaur teeth and evolution to inform and inspire awareness of study at university, STEM and healthcare...

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New collaborative study maps effects of dietary nutrients on disease

Researchers from King’s College London and the Francis Crick Institute have created a tool to predict the effects of different diets on both cancerous cells...

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Minimum intervention oral care developments explored in panel event

Professor Avijit Banerjee and an expert panel discussed the benefits of learning and practising minimum intervention oral healthcare, as well as the...

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British Endodontic Society awards for Dr Sadia Niazi & Dr Noushad Rahim

Dr Sadia Niazi receives Inspirational Lecturer award, while final year PhD student Dr Noushad Rahim received the BES Poster Prize.

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