Multidisciplinary Research Takes Centre Stage

Schulich Dentistry Research Day attracted more than 300 participants from across Canada and featured 22 student oral presentations in a range of research areas.

For Dr. Noha Gomaa, Assistant Professor and Associate Director for Dentistry Research, it was the diversity and multidisciplinarity of the research presented by the students that really stood out.

“I was really pleased to see the students presenting their research tackling oral health problems and solutions from different angles, including population oral health, medical biophysics, microbiology and immunology, and enriched education approaches,” she said. “I look forward to seeing more of this multidisciplinarity in the future.”

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