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The Institute of Dentistry at Barts and The London, School of Medicine and Dentistry has a long history of innovation in dental education and research. The Dental School of The London Hospital Medical College was formed in 1911. The Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry was formed in 1995 and merged with Queen Mary, University of London in the same year.
The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise results saw Barts and The London join Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College and University College London in the top 5 medical and dental schools in England for quality of research. The School was ranked first in London, ahead of University College, Imperial College and King’s College.
The Institute of Dentistry shares the vision of Queen Mary that learning takes place in a research environment that enriches the teaching process. It acknowledges its location in London's East End, embracing the potential this offers for teaching and learning. We offer a friendly, focused and successful environment for postgraduate study.
The Sunday Times University Guide 2008 says:
"Queen Mary is a frontline institution within a globally excellent university. It offers a campus base for students in a parkside location, yet it lies just minutes from central London. Its teaching excellence spans dentistry, science, social science and arts subjects and its research profile is even better."
The Atlas of tooth development presents developments we are contributing toward estimating age in Archaeology, Anthropology, Forensic Odontology and Clinical Paediatric Dentistry.
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If you’re a qualified dentist who wishes to pursue a career in Endodontics at specialist level, then this Programme is for you. The Professional Doctorate in Endodontics is an integrated three-year full-time training programme so you can gain high-level research expertise alongside your clinical training. Read more
If you’re a dentist who has a special interest in oral medicine or want to become a clinical academic, this course is for you. The Professional Doctorate in Oral Medicine provides you with an integrated three-year training programme, so you can gain high-level research expertise alongside your clinical training. Read more
If you’re a qualified dentist who wishes to pursue a career in Oral Surgery, this Programme is for you. The Professional Doctorate in Oral Surgery provides you with an integrated three-year training programme, so you can gain high-level research expertise alongside your clinical training. Read more
If you’re a dental graduate who wants to pursue a career in orthodontics, this programme is for you. The Professional Doctorate Programme in Orthodontics provides integrated training for dentists who aspire to be specialists, either in primary or secondary services, or clinical academics. Read more
This DClinDent degree integrates academic activities with clinical practice and doctoral level research. Covering all the topics in the GDC (UK) Specialist Curriculum, it aims to familiarise you with up-to-date, novel and evidence-based clinical practices in paediatric dentistry. Read more
This programme is designed for dental graduates who want to pursue a career in prosthodontics. It can contribute to the first two years of your three-year clinical training, leading to Membership in Restorative Dentistry (MRD) of The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. Read more
If you are a dental graduate/dental practitioner who is interested in minimum intervention for maximum benefit when applicable in Clinical Dentistry, this programme is uniquely organised just for you. Read more
This programme orientates internationally qualified dental graduates to that of a UK dental practitioner by providing a comprehensive grounding in six key training areas. Read more
Dental disease is the most common disease in the UK and many developed countries, this coupled with the increasing levels of oral cancer worldwide have led the World Health Organization to prioritise oral health. Read more
Dental disease is the most common disease in the UK and many developed countries. This disease can be caused by small daily problems, but often leads to long-term suffering and loss of quality of life. Read more