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13 June 2018
The European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) has announced School of Dentistry 2nd year, Natasha West, as a winner of a new undergraduate essay writing competition.
13 April 2018
Information sharing model developed at Cardiff University will play key role in Government’s Serious Violence Strategy
11 April 2018
Academics will once again bring science to the masses as part of world’s largest festival of public science talks
2 January 2018
Prejudice more likely to be acted on when people are drunk
29 November 2017
Do alcohol intoxication management services reduce burden on emergency services?
7 November 2017
UK professionals sign up to Cardiff academic’s ‘What Works’ charter.
18 September 2017
Our academics and students have been busy at the annual British Society for Oral and Dental Research Conference 2017 (BSODR).
31 August 2017
Dr Ilona Johnson recognised for her “impact on student learning and the teaching profession”
23 June 2017
Cardiff University team honoured for ‘Cardiff Model’ of violence prevention
6 June 2017
Medical Innovation Award.
19 May 2017
Seeking Care study to learn why some choose GPs over dentists
26 April 2017
Serious violence in England and Wales drops 10% in 2016
13 April 2017
Fluoride varnish most effective treatment for prevention of tooth decay
7 April 2017
Doctors and Dentists named BEST in Wales
17 March 2017
Inspiring next generation of researchers and doctors
13 March 2017
Trainee doctors and dentists honoured
12 January 2017
Professor Alastair Sloan will lead the School of Dentistry from 1st August.
2 December 2016
Providing state-of-the-art environment for preclinical training
18 July 2016
School of Dentistry opens masters programmes to students from China Medical University
27 June 2016
School of Dentistry survey reveals high proportion of 12-14 year olds consuming high sugar sports drinks for social reasons
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