Research Faculty & Research Scientists
Student Summer Research Program
Student Research Awards Available
Graduate Research Opportunities for Students
Dentistry Seminar Series
Dentistry Research Day/John Hamilton Distinguished Lecture
Dentistry Research Faculty
Cross-Appointed/Other Research Faculty
SUMMER STUDENT RESEARCH PROGRAM
The summer student research program provides an opportunity for students enrolled in the DDS program to contribute to clinical and basic science research being performed in Schulich Dentistry. Stipends normally are for a period of 12 weeks. Each year, there are a limited number of Studentships awarded by competition. All interested dental students in Years 1, 2 & 3 are encouraged to apply. In addition, there are opportunities for students to apply to external agencies for summer studentships.
Other Sources for Summer Student Funding
1. CIHR/IMHA More Info 2. SROP - More Info
2014 Schulich Dentistry Summer Research Students
Schulich Dentistry Summer Research Students presented their summer research projects to fellow students and faculty in August. The presenters included DDS Students who had been awarded summer studentships through Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry and also DDS Students who were funded from external Sources.
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♦ CADR Student Research Award
♦ Schulich Dentistry Research Day Awards
- ADA Conference Travel Award
- Hinman Student Research Travel Award
- Poster Awards - Certificate of Merit (Senior Category)
Student Research Awardees
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GRADUATE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS
MSc and PhD Programs: Research faculty of Schulich Dentistry are cross-appointed to basic-science departments of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry or other faculties. Post-graduate research degrees are performed through the cross-appointing department. Potential applicants must therefore satisfy the admission requirements of the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and the department concerned. Please review the research programs of the above listed Research Faculty members in Dentistry. For further information including eligibility, please contact the faculty member or the Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee in the department of interest.
Dental Clinician-Scientist (DCS): This is a joint-degree program (DDS/PhD) for outstanding students interested in careers in dental research or academic dentistry. Students accepted into the DCS program complete all requirements of a dentally relevant PhD program before entering the DDS class.
For application information see Dental Clinician-Scientist Program (DCS).
For further information, contact Admissions Office or Cathy Ferrie (Adminstrator to the Assistant Director, Research).
Master of Clinical Dentistry in Orthodontics: Students pursuing specialty training in Orthodontics conduct research towards the degree of Master of Clinical Dentistry.
For application information, see Graduate Orthodontics Program.
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Schulich Dentistry IRG (Internal Research Grant) Program Competition Results
Dr. Hasan Alkumru (Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry) will begin his research project entitled ‘Factors Affecting the Fracture Strength and Fatigue Resistance of Zirconia-based Implant Supported Posterior Crowns’.
2014-2015 CADR-NCOHR Student Research Award
The CADR Student Research Awards are sponsored by the Canadian Association for Dental Research (CADR) and by the Network for Canadian Oral Health Research (NCOHR).
Dentistry Research Day Poster Presentations
CDA/Dentsply Travel Award
ADA Foundation Travel Award
SENIOR CATEGORY - Merit Awards
Schulich Dentistry Annual Research Day
1:00 pm - Student Poster Presentations & Lunch (Dental Sciences Building - lower ground hallway)
NCOHR September Symposium
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DENTISTRY SEMINAR SERIES
DENTISTRY RESEARCH DAY / JOHN T. HAMILTON LECTURE
OCTOBER 8, 2014 - Schulich Dentistry Annual Research Day
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry hosted Schulich Dentistry Annual Research Day, featuring presentations of student posters and the 13th John T. Hamilton Lecture, delivered by Martha J. Somerman, DDS, PhD.
Dr. Somerman is the Director of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) at NIH in Bethesda, Maryland. Previously, Dr. Somerman was the Dean of Dentistry at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on defining the key regulators controlling development and maintenance and regeneration of tissues that form the dental-oral-craniofacial complex.
Dr. Somerman’s presentation is entitled: “Advances in defining the factors and mechanisms controlling development and regeneration of periodontal tissues."
Dr. Martha Somerman (2014 Hamilton Lecturer), pictured with Drs. Harvey Goldberg, Harinder Sandhu, and John Hamilton.
The John T. Hamilton Distinguished Lecture:
This lectureship is now awarded annually to an outstanding dental researcher. It is named in honour of Dr. John T. Hamilton, who served from 1983 to 1996 as Assistant Dean for Research of the (then) Faculty of Dentistry. The Hamilton Lecture is presented in conjunction with Dentistry’s Annual Research Day.
1997 Dr. David Goltzman, McGill University
1999 Dr. Robert Pilliar, University of Toronto
2000 Dr. Christopher McCulloch, University of Toronto
2001 Dr. James Beck, University of North Carolina
2003 Dr. Laurie McCauley, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2004 Dr. Colin Robinson, University of Leeds, U.K.
2006 Dr. Stephen Bayne, University of Michigan
2008 Dr. Don Brunette, University of British Columbia
2010 Dr. David Wong, UCLA School of Dentistry
2011 Dr. David Pashley, Georgia Health Sciences University
2012 Dr. Jaime Cury, Piracicaba Dental School, University of Campinas, Brazil
2013 Dr. Peter Ma, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
For further information about research in Schulich Dentistry, please contact:
Dr. Harvey Goldberg, Assistant Director Research Phone: 519 661 2185