The overall scientific theme ‘The Voice of the Child’ has been chosen to advocate the changing position of children in our world. Delegates will be updated regarding current social theory and policy relating to childhood, the need for safeguarding, and how to engage child-centred approaches within clinical practice and oral health-related research. We want to showcase world-class and holistic dental care for children. Professor Helen Rodd, Chair of the Scientific Committee, has secured some highly acclaimed speakers in this field, but is also committed to inviting talented new speakers to the arena.
We do hope you will be able to join us.
Professor Richard Welbury
Chair, IAPD 2015
Aesthetics, Restorative Dentistry
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Paul works at UCL Eastman in London where he is Academic Lead for the Paediatric Dentistry Unit. His research interests are in management of caries and evidence based dentistry.
Agnes gained a DDS from Louis Pasteur University in 1988, Certificate A Buccal Biology, Option Histology-Embryology, 1989 and a Master of Biological and Medical Sciences, Option Histology-Embryology, 1990. She completed her Certificate B in Pedodontics-Prevention in 1990 and Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies (D.E.A.) of Molecular and Cellular Biology 1991. Agnes did her PhD on Developmental Biology, at ULP, 1994. At present, Agnes is a Professor in Oral Biology at the Strasbourg Faculty of Dentistry and an Honorary Professor in Paediatric Dentistry, since 2009. Her previous positions include Senior Clinical Lecturer with Honorary Consultant status in Paediatric Dentistry, University College London, and Associate Professor in Paediatric Dentistry. Agnes was Board-Member of the European Society of Human Genetics, until 2013, President of the Scientific Committee of the Association Hypophosphatasia Europe, and Member of the National College of French Teachers in Oral Biology since 2006. She is a Member of the French Society of Human Genetics and President of the AFNOR S 91N committee Oral care products since 2006. Agnes was awarded the Jean Verne Prize from the French National Academy of Dental Science (Laureate) 1993, Signal (Elida Gibbs-Faberge) Prize for Research Encouragement 1994 and the J. MORITA Prize XVI Congress of IAPD, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1997. She also won 5th Prize of Hospital Odontology (College Hospital Chief officers and Micro Mega) 2005 and Scientific Excellence Award 2009-2013.
Paul is a consultant paediatrician for respiratory and allergic diseases at the Princess Amalia Children’s Clinic of the Isala Klinieken, one of the largest teaching hospitals in the Netherlands, the Director of Clinical Medical Education at the same hospital, and he is an honorary professor of Clinical Medical Education at the University Medical Centre in Groningen, the Netherlands.
Graduated from Medical School at Groningen University in 1987, Paul did his PhD research in the Department of Pulmonology in Groningen (professor Dirkje Postma), and defended his thesis cum laude. He was trained in Paediatrics at Groningen University and on Curaçao in the Dutch Caribbean, and did his fellowship in Paediatric Pulmonology at the Beatrix Children’s Hospital in Groningen, after which he moved to his current position as a consultant in Zwolle.
Paul’s research interests include asthma treatment in children, adherence to maintenance medication in chronic childhood conditions and how to improve this, early childhood wheeze and its outcome, and the diagnosis and management of food allergy. He is also strongly involved in postgraduate education, with publications on the implementation of modernized postgraduate education, and feedback in clinical settings. Paul has contributed to more than 200 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and has edited three books on paediatric lung disease and allergy and one acclaimed textbook on clinical medical education in Dutch. He published two novels in the Dutch language. He is married with five children. His hobbies include running and soccer.
Jan graduated in Dentistry from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1987 and after 10 years at the University of Manchester, she joined DHSRU (Dental Health Services Research Unit) at the University of Dundee. Since 1998, she has been the Effective Dental Practice Programme Director, conducting high quality research and promoting implementation of research evidence in dental primary care. She is a founding member of the Cochrane Oral Health Group and her role as Co-Ordinating Editor has influenced her research activity. She is on the specialist list for Paediatric Dentistry. Jan is Director of the Scottish Dental Practice Based Research Network which has undertaken unique trials in healthcare, both in clinical practice and education. As Director of the Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme, she is responsible for the development, production and dissemination of guidance in priority areas for dentistry in Scotland. The long term collaboration with researchers affiliated to DHSRU in particular the Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen, has created an international research collaboration which is currently taking forward knowledge transfer to inform both service and educational policy in dentistry. Jan is Joint Principal Investigator in 3 NIHR HTA funded UK Multi Centre Trials and is an experienced trialist having successfully initiated, developed and conducted more than 20 clinical research trials in primary dental care.
Göran was awarded DDS from Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden in 1979, PhD and specialist certificate in Paediatric Dentistry in 1986. He is currently Professor of Paediatric Dentistry at the Department of Dental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet. He has served as General Secretary for the International Association of Paediatric Dentistry and editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. The main research interest is oral health conditions in medically compromised children
Peter qualified from Bristol in 1997. He spent two years in general practice and hospital dentistry in Newcastle and a further year in Bolton as a senior house officer in oral and maxillofacial surgery. He started his specialist and academic training in Paediatric Dentistry in 2000 and has been in Leeds ever since. In 2009 he spent a six months sabbatical working at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne. He returned to England in January 2010 to take up a joint academic appointment with University of Leeds and Bradford Salaried Dental Service.
His PhD was in the field of dental trauma and was completed in 2009. It included chapters investigating the design, development and assessment of a computer database for dental trauma (CDDT); a multi-centre randomised controlled trial of two root canal medicaments for the management of avulsed and replanted teeth and a Cochrane review of the avulsion literature.
He is an author of the latest IADT and BSPD guidelines on Tooth Avulsion. In dental traumatology, he has contributed to various European guidelines, Cochrane reviews, national e-learning teaching tutorials and 15 peer-reviewed publications. He was elected as an IADT Director in 2012 and is currently chairman of the Research Committee.
Chris graduated from Edinburgh University. Following periods in general dental practice and the Community Dental Service, he undertook an MSc in Child Dental Health at the University of Bristol. Following this he moved to the University of Dundee where he worked at the Dental Health Services Research Unit gaining a PhD. He became a Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry in Edinburgh in 2001 and took up a Chair in Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Sheffield in 2006. His research interests are preventive dentistry, cariology, evidence-based dentistry and child focused research. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. His interests are cooking and football.
Kevin is currently Professor and Chair in the Department of Developmental Dentistry and Professor in the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Previous positions include Professor and Associate Director of the Center for Clinical Studies at the University of Iowa, Associate Professor, Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Texas Dental Branch in Houston and Associate Professor, The University of Texas Medical School. He received his D.D.S. in 1984, Certificate in Paediatric Dentistry in 1986, and M.S. in 1986 from the University of Iowa. Kevin is a Diplomat of the American Board of Paediatric Dentistry, was on the Board of Trustees for the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, was on the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry Foundation, is the previous Chair of the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry Council on Post-doctoral Education, is Past-President of the American Society of Dentistry for Children, past Chair of the Public Information Committee for the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and past Chair of the Scientific Committee of the International Association of Paediatric Dentistry. He is currently the Paediatric Dentistry Commissioner for the Commission on Dental Accreditation. He has published over 300 chapters, manuscripts and abstracts associated with paediatric dentistry and dental restorative materials research and clinical utilization. Presently, he is a principal investigator on an R01 Grant sponsored by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. He has received grants or research support from the 3M, ESPE, Premier, Bisco, GC, Dentsply, Ivoclar, Kerr, NuSmile, Procter and Gamble, Church and Dwight, Optiva, Oral-B, Enamelon, Atrix Laboratories, Inc. and Guidor companies.
Monty obtained his Dental Degree and MDS in Paediatric Dentistry from India. He then immigrated to the United Kingdom and obtained his FDSRCS from the Royal College of Surgeons of England and his PhD from University of Leeds. He was appointed Professor and Chair of Child Dental Health at Leeds Dental Institute in 1999, where he oversees a large postgraduate programme in Paediatric Dentistry which has international acclaim. Monty has published over 130 research papers in international journals and is author of “Restorative Techniques in Paediatric Dentistry, which has been published in 7 languages and has sold over 16,000 copies worldwide. He is also a co-author of a textbook on Dental Traumatology and has Co-Edited “Paediatric Dentistry” by Oxford, now in its 4th edition, and more recently “Paediatric Dentistry at a Glance”, published by Blackwell Willey. He has administered research grants totaling over 6 million pounds and is an internationally recognised researcher and clinician with main research interest is Cariology and Translation Research in Clinical Paediatric Dentistry, including dental traumatology. Apart from Paediatric Dentistry his main interest is playing and watching cricket and any time spare from work and family is devoted to this important activity
Graduated as a Dentist in 1975 (University of Bergen), doctoral degree in 1987. Specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry fulfilled 1982. From 1993, Professor in Paediatric Dentistry at University of Bergen, Norway, and from 2002 to present Professor and Head of the Dept.of Paediatric Dentistry and Behavioural Science at the University of Oslo, Norway. In the period 2009-2011 Director of the Public Dental Health Service Competence Centre of Northern Norway. Research interests are in the borderline between cariology and Paediatric Dentistry with special emphasis on oral epidemiology and clinical decision making.
Now a Dental Epidemiologist and Dental Public Health Specialist, Lyndie started her career in a General Dental Practice in New Zealand, before working for 5 years in dental public health. She began her research career at the University of Otago, from 2008. Her Epidemiological and Clinical Research encompasses a wide range of oral conditions, problems and settings, most notably in the fields of adolescent oral health and dental caries. However, much of her research is concerned with oral-health-related quality of life in children and adolescents. Lyndie has a particular interest in improving oral health outcomes and reducing health inequalities, and fostering links with both primary care and industry to reach these goals. She is involved in cross-sectional surveys, and in a variety of health services research and clinical projects.
Marie is Professor of Paediatric Dentistry and Director of the Clinic of Paediatric Dentistry at the Graduate Dental School of the Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile. She served as President of the IADT from 2003 to 2006. She is co-author of the Guidelines for the Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries, published by the IADT in 2001, 2007 and 2012; co-author of the Andreasen’s Traumatic Dental Injuries -A Manual- 1st, 2nd and 3rd edition, and has also contributed in three chapters of the Textbook of Traumatic Injuries to the Teeth, 4th ed. She is Associate Editor of the Journal Dental Traumatology. She is an active clinician at the University Clinic, a referral Centre for children and adolescents affected by traumatic dental injuries. Since 2011, she is Program Director of a 300-hour blended online Diploma in Dental Traumatology. She has developed educational campaigns to raise the awareness on prevention and immediate care of dental trauma. She is co-author of the “Save your Tooth” poster, which is available in thirteen languages at: www.iadt-dentaltrauma.org. She has lectured extensively, both nationally and internationally on dental trauma. In 2012, she received the IADT recognition for “Outstanding Leadership”.
Linda’s programme of research focuses on health care for acutely and chronically ill infants and children, in primary, secondary and tertiary care settings, with a particular emphasis on pain assessment and management. Her most recent research focuses on innovative strategies to improve family-centered care and enhance the partnership between parents and professionals to ensure children receive optimal health care before, during and after hospitalisation.
Lainie is the Carolyn and Matthew Bucksbaum Professor of Clinical Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago where she is also a Professor in the Departments of Paediatrics, Medicine, Surgery, and the College. She is an Associate Director of the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, and Co-Director of the University of Chicago Institute of Translational Medicine (ITM).Lainie earned an A.B. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University in 1982; an M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in 1986; and a PhD in Philosophy from Yale University in 1996. Lainie received her Paediatrics training at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and at Columbia University in New York City.
Her research focuses on ethical and policy issues in organ and tissue transplantation, research ethics and human subjects protections, genetic testing and screening, and paediatrics. She is the author of 2 books (Children, Families and Health Care Decision Making  and Children in Research: Access versus Protection ) both published by Oxford University Press and has written or co-written several hundred articles published mainly in the medical literature. She is currently completing Transplantation Ethics, second edition with Robert Veatch, PhD (Georgetown University Press, 2014). Lainie just completed a term on the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections (SACHRP). In 2012, she served on an Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on the Assessment of Studies of Health Outcomes Related to the Recommended Childhood Immunization Schedule. She currently serves as the chair of the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) Section on Bioethics Executive Committee.
Satoshi is Professor of Paediatric Dentistry at the Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry (2007-), Japan. Satoshi gradated with his DDS from the Nagasaki University, School of Dentistry in 1994 and his PhD in 2000. Satoshi has held numerous posts including Visiting Researcher, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), NIH, USA, Associate Professor at the Division of Paediatric Dentistry, Kyushu University Graduate School of Dentistry. His research theme is regeneration research using dental pulp stem cells and iPS cells. Further, Satoshi is interested in materials for prevention of dental caries including fissure sealant and tooth surface coati
Fiona is a Clinical Lecturer in Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Sheffield. She was awarded an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship in 2012 to support the development of a caries-specific measure of oral health-related quality of life for children which forms the basis of her PhD. Fiona graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1998 and completed two years of General Professional Training before spending three years as a Senior House Officer in Glasgow Dental Hospital and School. She then completed specialist training in paediatric dentistry at the Edinburgh Dental Institute in 2006 and following this spent six months as a Senior Registrar in the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne before moving to Sheffield and completing her NHS clinical training in 2009. Fiona’s interests include research with children, questionnaire development and design and dental education.
Toby qualified as a Dentist from Edinburgh University before taking up his specialist othodontic training in first Glasgow and then Newcastle. Toby was Program Director for orthodontic training in the South East of Scotland. At present, Toby is Consultant Cleft Orthodontist at the Glasgow Dental Hospital and Yorkhill Children's Hospital. Within the Cleft Managed clinical Network for Scotland known as Cleft Care Scotland, Toby has been lead for the orthodontic group, lead for audit and governance and is presently the clinical lead.
Linda is a Specialist in Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. She is an international lecturer and an authority on tooth whitening, aesthetic dentistry and practice management. As well as running a multidisciplinary private practice in Hampstead, London where she works with a specialist team in the practice which has an Endodontist, Periodontist, Implant Surgeon, Oral Surgeon and Orthodontist. She is an immediate past Chairperson for the Alpha Omega Society 2012/13 and Editor-in-chief of the journal Aesthetic Dentistry Today.
Her first book, Bleaching Techniques in Restorative Dentistry, won the award for Best New Dental Book 2001. Linda lectures extensively in the UK, Europe and internationally on tooth bleaching, aesthetic and restorative dentistry, practice management and controversies surrounding tooth whitening. She has written many papers for dentistry journals. Her latest book Success Strategies for the Aesthetic Dental Practice has recently been published by Quintessence.
In 2008, Linda launched and is past chair of the British Dental Bleaching Society (BDBS), which aims to lobby for changes in the controversial bleaching legislation, and to educate dentists in tooth whitening. In 2011 she launched the Dental Wellness Trust, a charity aiming to provide preventive oral health programmes and dental awareness in less fortunate communities such as the elderly and vulnerable kids. The Dental Wellness trust promotes wellness through oral health through their innovative supervised brushing programmes in 5 schools. In 2015 she will be opening two dental clinics in the townships of South Africa for the children with no access to dental care. She has created evening health clubs for the children in the Township called the LiveSmart Club. Children are taught good brushing, hand washing and personal safety.
In June 2014, she co led a dental outreach programme with the Dental Wellness Trust which was held during the IADR Convention in Cape Town South Africa. This was a collaboration with the University of the Western Cape Dental School. During this time 280 children were treated by 15 international dentists attending the convention.
Jenny is Consultant in Community Paediatric Dentistry in Sheffield Salaried Primary Dental Care Service and at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at The University of Sheffield. She qualified at Guy’s Dental Hospital, London in 1987. On completion of a Master’s degree in Children’s Dentistry in 1994 at Guy’s and Great Ormond Street Hospitals, she was Lecturer in Paediatric Dentistry at Birmingham Dental School until 1998. She was accepted onto the Specialist Register for Paediatric Dentistry in 2000 and held posts in both hospital and community paediatric dentistry. Jenny completed further training at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield and took up her current post in 2012. Her clinical interests include providing dental care for children with extensive caries, dental anxiety or complex disabilities.For the past decade, Jenny has had an interest in education, research and leadership of dental professionals in child protection. She chaired an expert group to develop a national child protection learning resource. Child Protection and the Dental Team was first published in 2006 with copies sent to all NHS dental practices in England, Scotland and Wales. Updated in 2013, it is recognised as the key guidance document on this topic and is acknowledged to have significantly influenced UK practice. As lead author of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry’s 2009 policy document on dental neglect, Jenny regularly represents the society in matters related to safeguarding children, at meetings with stakeholders and policy makers and as dental lead for a new version of a Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health child protection course where paediatric dentists train alongside junior doctors.
Born on Israel, Gideon studied Dentistry in the Faculty of Dental Medicine of the Hebrew University and Hadassah in Jerusalem, Israel, where he also completed his postgraduate training in Paediatric Dentistry in 1983. Gideon spent a one-year sabbatical in the United States, in Columbus Ohio Children’s Hospital and the Ohio State University. Gideon is the Reviewer of the International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, Paediatric Dentistry (Journal of the AAPD), Dental Traumatology and Journal of Clinical Paediatric Dentistry. He was chairman of the Israel Society of Paediatric Dentistry, Member and Chair Professional Committee of Paediatric Dentistry and Director of the postgraduate program at the department of Paediatric Dentistry, Hebrew University. Gideon is member of the Editorial Board of Paediatric Dentistry, the Journal of the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry. He was also Chairman of the Israel Board Exam Committee of Paediatric Dentistry.
Marie is the Head of Department for Paediatric Dentistry at the Kings College Dental Institute based in, Kings College Hospital, London. Graduating in Glasgow in 1985, she was among the few dentists in the United Kingdom with training in administering general anaesthesia. Her Masters thesis focussed on methods of evaluating the efficacy of conscious sedation in children. Marie completed both her higher specialist training in Paediatric Dentistry and her Doctorate, which studied the effects of liver disease and transplantation on the oral tissues, in Birmingham, England. She moved to Glasgow in 1998 where she was appointed as Senior Lecturer and later as Reader in Paediatric Dentistry. She is a Fellow of the Royal Collage of Surgeons of Glasgow and an examiner for the Intercollegiate Fellowship Speciality Examination in Paediatric Dentistry. She wrote the RCS (Eng) clinical guideline on paediatric conscious sedation, and is a past council member of the Association of Dental Anaesthetists and the Dental Sedation Teachers Group. She has co-authored three dental textbooks and one medical textbook and is editor of four. She has an interest in 3D imaging, particularly in relation to infants with cleft lip and palate. She has an international reputation for her research on the management of anxious children and her expertise in the management of child patients with liver transplants.
Professor Shun-Te is a Professor of Special Care Dentistry and Faculty of Oral Hygiene in the College of Dental Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University, and President of the Taiwan Association for Disabilities and Oral Health. He was trained and certified in Anesthesiology, Paediatric Dentistry and Special Care Dentistry. His previous positions include Director of Faculty of Oral Hygiene, Department of Dentistry, and Dean of the College of Dental Medicine, Kaohsiung Medical University, and President of the Taiwan Dental Association. He held the position of president of several international and domestic academic associations and organised numerous international conferences as chairmen. His fields of interest are Paediatric Dentistry, Special Care Dentistry, Dental Anesthesiology and Preventive Dentistry. Shun-Te received an award for his medical dedication and oral health promotion activity from the Ministry of Health and Welfare (previous Department of Health) in 2011 and 2013 respectively for his contribution to establish special care dentistry in Taiwan. He also awarded the Best Global Chinese Dentist by the Chinese Dental Science Association (2010, in Xiamen), and awarded for his contribution to society and human being by the Alumni Association of Kaohsiung Medical University in 2012.
Gerry studied Psychology at Reading University (1973-76) before going to Guy’s Hospital to complete a PhD (1983). He qualified in clinical psychology at Liverpool (1986) and after 10 years teaching of undergraduate dentists and medics (Director of Communication Skills) moved to University of Manchester as Reader in the Clinical Psychology Department (2001) before taking up the post of Chair in Health Psychology at Medical School, University of St Andrews (Nov 2003). His main interest is understanding the communication processes between clinician and patient in long-term conditions. He has received notable EU funding for research projects with DG Justice, European Commission (e.g. ORION Project lead). His current interest is the development and dissemination of new complex psychological interventions. He holds an Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychology contract with NHS Lothian in the Edinburgh Cancer Centre, Western General Hospital, Scotland. He is a member of the Verona Network on Sequence Analysis (European Association of Communication in Healthcare-EACH). He is currently the Chair of the Research Committee for EACH. He is Co-Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Child and Adolescent Health Policy at St Andrews Medical School.
Satoshi gradated with his DDS from the Osaka University, School of Dentistry in 1986 and his PhD in 1992. Satoshi has held numerous posts including Assistant Professor at Department of Operative Dentistry and Visiting Researcher, Department of Oral Biology, Newcastle University UK. Satoshi was Associate Professor at Department of Restorative Dentistry and Endodontology, Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry. Most recently, Satoshi is Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomaterials Science, Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry. He also serves as Vice Dean for the same institution. Satoshi was President of IADR, Dental Materials Group until 2009; he is current Chair of IADR Heraeus Travel Award Committee, and Convenor of ISO TC106 Dentistry, SC1, WG15.
Nicola Innes is Clinical Senior Lecturer at Dundee Dental Hospital and School. Nicola initially qualified as a Registered General Nurse, completed a BSc in Life Sciences then graduated with a BDS (honours) and First Class Honours intercalated degree in Molecular and Cellular Pathology. She spent seven years as a General Dental Practitioner in Scotland. Her PhD was based on a randomised control trial in Primary Care investigating the Hall Technique as a novel method of managing dental caries in primary molar teeth and she received the Senior Colgate Research award at the 2010 International Association for Dental Research and the 2011 IADR/Unilever Hatton award for this work. In addition to being Associate Editor of the Journal of Dental Research, Nicola is Co-Associate Editor of the Evidence Based Dentistry Journal. She has co-authored several Cochrane Reviews and runs “Evaluation and Application of Evidence” courses. Nicola sits on several guidance development groups (SIGN http://www.sign.ac.uk/ and SDCEP http://www.sdcep.org.uk/), the Scottish Dental Practice Based Research Network (http://www.sdpbrn.org.uk/) steering committee, and was a member of the European Cariology Curriculum Development Group. She is course lead for the Dundee undergraduate “Child Dental and Oral Health” and “Evidence Based Practice” programmes.
Allison is Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth (CSWCY) at the University of Sheffield. She is also Professor 2 at the Norwegian Centre of Child Research, NTNU, Trondheim. Allison has worked in the sociology/anthropology of childhood since the late 1970s and has helped pioneer the theoretical and methodological approaches to research with children which are central to the new childhood studies. Her early work focused on children as social actors and her research has included exploring children’s language and culture in relation to theories of socialisation, children’s attitudes towards sickness and bodily difference and children's experiences of everyday life at home and at school. In her more recent research, she has explored children’s perceptions and experiences of hospital space and children’s family food practices. Key publications include: (1990/1997) Constructing and Reconstructing Childhood. Basingstoke: Falmer Press ( with A.Prout) ; Theorising Childhood (1998)Cambridge: Polity Press (with C.Jenks and A.Prout) and Research with Children (2000) London: Falmer ( with Pia Christensen): Constructing Childhood: Theory, Policy and Social Practice (2004) Basingstoke: Palgrave ( with A.L.James.) Children, Food and Identity 2009). Basingstoke: Palgrave (with A.Khørholt and V. Tingstad). Her latest book, Socialising Children was published in 2013 by Palgrave.
Nicky graduated from the University of Birmingham in the UK, underwent her specialist training in London before completing her PhD at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. She completed a craniofacial fellowship at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne before moving to the University of Sydney in 1996. She returned to Melbourne in 1999 where she was Director of the Department of Dentistry at the Royal Children’s Hospital for over a decade. In 2010, she was recruited by the University of Bristol to contribute to the development of a UK national cleft lip and palate research agenda. In 2013, she returned to Melbourne as a Senior Research Fellow at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute. She also works in specialist paediatric practice where her interests focus on the oral health and management of children with special healthcare needs. She has broad research interests including the aetiology and management of children with clefts of the lip and/or palate and the integration of oral health in to child health and well being. She has over 80 publications and lectures widely around the world.
Paul was appointed Consultant/Senior Clinical Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at the Bristol Dental Hospital and School (UHBristol) in 1994 having previously been a Consultant/Hon.Senior Lecturer at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London from 1989. His clinical, teaching and research interests centre around the oral habilitation and rehabilitation of patients with significant developmental and acquired defects such as hypodontia, cleft lip and palate, tooth structure disturbances, trauma and tooth surface loss. He is Lead Clinician (Restorative Dentistry) for the SW England Cleft Network and runs the clinical dental implant programme at the Hospital and School. Bristol Dental Hospital is a major referral centre for patients with significant developmental dental anomalies running a well established Orthodontic/Restorative/Paediatric MDT Clinic. He has a major commitment to postgraduate education and training and is an elected FDS Board Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (England), recent Chair of the SAC in Restorative Dentistry and Past-President of the British Society for Restorative Dentistry.
Nikos is currently Professor and Head, Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Dental School, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece and also in part-time private paediatric dental practice. He holds a DDS (Thessaloniki), a PhD (Bristol, UK) and has been trained in Paediatric Dentistry (New York U, USA). Nikos has presented his research in 30 international congresses and has lectured in Limasol Cyprus, Bergen Norway, Amman Jordan, Tokyo and Okayama Japan. He has been twice recipient of ‘Koulourides’ research award by P & G Hellas. One of his PGs in the 3-year Paediatric Dentistry specialty program at Aristotle University received the EAPD ‘Young Scientist Award’, 2010. His 40 publications in international journals have received 350 citations. He has authored a Paediatric Dentistry book (in Greek). He serves currently as Education Committee member of EAPD and has collaborated in ADEE workshops. Restorative procedures and outcomes for deep carious cavities of primary teeth are within his research interests.
Norbert graduated from the Dental School at the University of Erlangen, Germany, in 1986. He obtained his PhD from the University of Erlangen in 1997. In 2000, he was elected for a period of four years as President of the German Society of Paediatric Dentistry. Between 2006 and 2009 he was the head of the Department of Paediatric Dentistry in Dresden. In 2009, he was appointed to the Director of the Policlinic of Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Gießen. Norbet was Board Member in the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (President) and Editor of the German Journal of Paediatric Dentistry (Oralprophylaxe and Kinderzahnheilkunde. He is in the Editorial Board of several international journals (Am J Dent, J Dent, Up2date, Quintessenz). Norbet has published over 150 research papers/books/articles (cum IF: 74; H-factor: 20). His expertise is in dental materials, dental public health and controlled clinical studies.
Nick is working in Athens in a private practice limited to Paediatric Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Orthodontics. He is also Consultant Paediatric Dentist in the Community Dental Center for Children in Athens and since 1995, Honorary Reader in Paediatric Dentistry in the University of Leeds, UK, where he teaches in the postgraduate program. Following his Dental degree from the University of Athens in 1980 and 2 years postgraduate attachment in Paediatric Dentistry, he was further trained in England, as a Scholar, in the Universities of Oxford and London. He holds a Master of Science in Genetics, a Master of Science in Child Dental Health and a PhD. He has served as President and General Secretary of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and as President of the Hellenic Society of Paediatric Dentistry. In the former, being a founding member, he has served for many years in various committees and he has been involved in the organization of a number of European scientific activities, including the ‘EAPD Hermes’ program that he introduced in 2008. In Greece, being for many years actively involved with the Primary Dental Health Care, he has been member and Chairman of many Committees of the Ministry of Health and the Hellenic Dental Association concerning the organization of the Dental Health Services. He has published more than 50 papers in peer reviewed scientific journals, with more than 600 citations, almost 200 abstracts in Hellenic and International Congresses and 5 chapters in Books. He is referee in a number of International journals and Assistant Editor of the European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry. His research and clinical interests are in the fields of dental anomalies, special needs patients treated under general anaesthesia, trauma, fissure sealants and interceptive orthodontics and he is frequently an invited Lecturer at home and aboard on these subjects. He has been awarded with various distinctions, including Fellowship of the Royal Society of Medicine in UK and Membership of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the New York Academy of Science.
Zoe joined the University of Sheffield in 2002 and currently works as a Senior Lecturer in Dental Public Health and as an Honorary Consultant. Her main interest is child-centred dental research to improve the oral health and treatment experiences of children and their families by influencing policy and clinical practice. She co-ordinates the University of Sheffield’s Children and Young People Oral Health Research Group, a multidisciplinary team conducting research with children using a range of research methods. She has published widely on this topic and is involved in several National Institute for Health Research-funded projects in this area.
Colman currently holds the post of Clinical Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong where he works in the discipline of Periodontology & Public Health. He has worked in a wide variety of settings including hospital dentistry, community dentistry, general practice (public-funded and private) in Europe, the Middle East, and currently in the Far East. He is a registered specialist in Dental Public Health (United Kingdom) and an approved trainer of specialist in Community Dentistry (Hong Kong). Colman’s clinical interest is in Special Care Dentistry, and in particular the management of socially excluded groups and stroke survivors. He is a renowned international scholar and is one of the most prolific researchers in the field of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs). He has published over 150 peer reviewed publications in ISI journals and in excess of 20 book-chapters/books. He has previously served as President of the Behavioral, Epidemiology & Health Service Research (BEHSR) Group of the International Association of Dental Research (IADR). He believes passionately in the role of research (especially practice-based research) for knowledge exchange and in the need for translating research findings into policy and practice. He is a leading advocate for oral health - how and why oral health impacts on general health, individuals’ quality of life, and society-at-large.
Alan has been in private Paediatric dental practice in Kelowna, British Columbia from 1997 to the present. He has served as the Chief of Dentistry at Kelowna General Hospital. Prior to moving to Kelowna, Dr. Milnes was Associate Professor and Head, Paediatric Dentistry, University of Manitoba, Faculty of Dentistry from 1978 to 1990 and Associate Professor in the Department of Paediatric Dentistry, University of Toronto from 1990 to 1997. He received his undergraduate dental education at the University of Toronto; Paediatric dental education at the Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto; and Ph.D. in Oral Microbiology from the University of Manitoba. Dr. Milnes is a former examiner and past chief examiner in Paediatric Dentistry for the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. Alan has represented both the dental profession and paediatric dentistry by serving on local, provincial, national and international dental organisations and has made numerous scientific and continuing education presentations to community groups, parenting organizations and dental societies. He has lectured to thousands of dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. Alan has helped develop practice guidelines and policies for the Canadian and American Academies of Paediatric Dentistry, the Canadian Dental Association and the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia. He is a founding and current faculty member of the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry continuing education program - Contemporary Sedation of Children for the Dental Practice - Enteral and Parenteral Techniques.
Tim is Professor of Psychology as Applied to Dentistry at King’s College London Dental Institute. He also holds Honorary Consultant Health Psychologist positions with Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Queen Mary’s Sidcup Hospital Trust. Tim has worked in the behavioural sciences in relation to dentistry for over 20 years, and his particular interests include the management of dental anxiety, the working life of the dental team and patients’ perceptions of treatment. He has published over 220 peer reviewed articles in scientific journals. In 2007, he received the Giddon Award for distinguished research in the Behavioural Sciences and in 2011 was awarded honorary membership of the British Orthodontic Society. He is the 2013 Webb Lecturer at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. In 2008, in conjunction with colleagues Dr Koula Asimakopoulou and Dr Suzanne Scott he founded the King’s College London Dental Institute Health Psychology Service for individuals who are dentally anxious. He is founding Editor, with Dr Sasha Scambler of the journal Social Science & Dentistry. He has a strong commitment to ensuring that research is of the highest scientific and ethical standards in protection of the rights of research participants and the wider public served by the research community. In pursuance of this he is Chair of the King’s College London Research Ethics Committee, as well as serving as Deputy Director of Research & Development for the King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Nigel is a senior Professor at London Business School, where he has wide-ranging involvements in research, executive education and business. He writes, teaches, speaks and advises on leadership, family business, executive development, management in finance, and interpersonal skills. Major books include Managing the Human Animal (Texere, 2000), Traders: Risks, decisions and management in financial markets (Oxford University Press, 2005), Family Wars: Classic conflicts in family business and how to deal with them (Kogan Page, 2008), and most recently The ‘I’ of Leadership: Strategies for seeing, being and doing (Jossey-Bass, 2013). He directs two of the School's major open enrolment programmes (Proteus and High Performance People Skills). He has strong links with business in Africa and India.
Jacques is the Donald A. Kerr Endowed Professor of Dentistry (Dept. of Cariology, Restorative Sciences and Endodontics), Professor of Otolaryngology (Medical School) and Professor of Biomedical Engineering (College of Engineering) at the University of Michigan. He is the Co-Director of the University of Michigan Head and Neck SPORE grant funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), has served as a member of National Institutes of Health (NIH) study sections, and has been the principle investigator for several NIH grants. Jacques is an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS), and recently received the Distinguished Scientist Award from International Association for Dental Research (IADR). He is currently the President of the Michigan Section of the American Association for Dental Research (AADR). Jacques is Associate Editor of the Journal of Dental Research and a member of the editorial board of several journals, including the Journal of Endodontics, Operative Dentistry, and Stem Cells in Oral Medicine. His research interests are in angiogenesis and in stem cell biology. His current research foci are the study of the pathobiology of stem cells and endothelial cells in head and neck tumors, and the study of dental pulp stem cell differentiation in the context of dental tissue engineering.
Since 2010, June has held Dean position at the Scohool of Dental Science, Trinity College Dublin and is a Professor of Special Care Dentistry and Dublin Dental School and Hospital. June was previosuly a Seniot Lecturer/Honorary Consultnat in Child Dental Heath, Univerisity of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1993-2001. June is past President of both the British Society for Disability and Oral Health and the International Association for Disability and Oral Health. She was a founding member of the Irish Society for Disability and Oral Health. June is Chair of the HTA Trials Steeting Committee for the FiCTION Project. She is author of over 100 papers and 18 chapters/textbooks. She is also the Emeritus Editor, Jorunal of Disability and Oral Health.
Kevin was appointed Professor of Orthodontics at the University of Manchester in 1996. He is currently Director of the Healing Foundation Centre for Cleft and Craniofacial Clinical Research at the University of Manchester. He has previously held posts in the USA and was Dean of Manchester Dental School from 2004-2007 and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences from 2007-2010. He was Chair of the General Dental Council 2011-2013. His main research interests are clinical trials of the care children with severe dentofacial problems. He has published over 90 scientific papers, mostly in the American Journal of Orthodontics. Committed to both teaching and research, he has obtained €7m external research funding. He currently writes a surprisingly successful orthodontic blog (www.kevinobrienorthoblog.com). His only obsession is Manchester United Football Club.
Anne received her specialty training in Paediatric Dentistry from Eastman Dental Center and a further degree in Cariology from the University of Rochester, New York, USA. She held academic positions in Eastman Dental Center and at the University of Maryland until she was recruited to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, Bethesda, Maryland. Anne continued in both clinical and basic science research and was appointed Director of Clinical Research Core and Acting Clinical Director of NIDCR, NIH. She returned to Ireland in 2000 and established the post-graduate training programme in Paediatric Dentistry and initiated the Trauma Clinic within the Dublin Dental University Hospital. Her areas of interest include cariology, pulp therapy, trauma, infant oral health and developmental defects of the dentition and she has published and presented extensively. She serves on numerous national and international scientific committees/organisations including ISDC, AAPD, IADR and IADT.
Lisa is a Paediatric Dentist and currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Paediatric Dentistry in the Dental School of the University of Athens. She graduated from the Dental School of Athens University (1971). She got a Certificate in Paediatric Dentistry (1976-1978) and a MSc in Oral Biology (1978-1979) both from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). She was a Lecturer in Paediatric Dentistry at UCLA and a Clinical Assistant Professor, Department Community Dentistry Section at USC (1978-1979). Lisa holds a PhD from the University of Athens (1984) .She is a Past President of the IAPD and the HSPD and she was the Chair of the Organising Committee of the 23rd IAPD Congress (Athens 2011). Her main research interests are in the areas of craniofacial growth and development, aetiology, pathology and prevention of dental caries, dental materials and dental care for the special patients and connection of stress and anxiety to oral health. Lisa has published over one hundred scientific papers in International and Greek journals and she has participated with presentations, in many International and Greek Scientific Meetings, Seminars and Congresses.
Kitae is currently a Professor in the Institute of Oral Health Science at Samsung Medical Center Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine. He served as a Chairman of Paediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics at the same institution. He received his D.D.S. from Yonsei University in 1985. In 1991, he received a Certificate in Paediatric Dentistry at New York University and his M.S. in Dental Materials Science in 1992. He completed his Ph.D. in Paediatric Dentistry from Yonsei University in 1997. He received a Certificate and M.S. in Orthodontics from Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, in 1999. He has been working at both areas of paediatric dentistry and orthodontics and his main area of interest is early orthodontic treatment. He has served as the chair of scientific program committee for the IAPD 2013 Congress in Seoul. He has published over 25 international and national scientific papers and has given many presentations at national and international meetings. He has contributed chapters in two textbooks and he is an author of the textbook "Practical Approaches in Early Orthodontic Treatment" (in Korean, 2009).
Francisco is currently Professor in the Section of Paediatric Dentistry at the University of California, Los Angeles and Director of the International Advanced Clinical Training in Paediatric Dentistry Program. He has also served as the Director of Paediatric Services at the Family Dental Center at San Francisco General Hospital and the Native American Health Center in San Francisco. He currently has a joint appointment with UCSF School of Dentistry as well as at UCLA. He was awarded the specialty and an M.S. degree in Paediatric Dentistry from Tufts University School of Dentistry in 1988 and his M.P.H. from the Harvard University School of Public Health, Department of Policy & Management in 1990. He received certification in Dental Epidemiology and Dental Public Health from the University of California, San Francisco, in 1992. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and former member of the Executive Board of the American Association of Public Health Dentistry. He is currently a team member and Researcher on the NIDCR/UCSF- CAN-DO -Center to Reduce Oral Health Disparities in Children. Chair of the University of California -Bi-National Oral Health task force, Board member of the AAPD Government Council; Perinatal and Infant Oral Health Council; Board member of the California Oral Health Action Coalition (OHAC) and for the Center for Oral Health. Chair of the CAMBRA 0-5 committee. PAHO consultant. He also served as the National HeadStart Oral health Consultant for Region 12, FDI Policy consultant and Past President of the Hispanic Dental Association. He has lectured in the US and Internationally and published numerous publications in early detection, CAMBRA, ECC prevention and Oral Health Disparities. He has pioneered CAMBRA protocols, early prevention interventions and minimally invasive protocols for young children.
Nichola is Professor of Appearance Research at the University of the West of England. She is Co-Director of the Centre for Appearance Research (CAR), which was established at UWE in 1992 and now comprises 27 researchers and doctoral students. Following the completion of her PhD “Psychological Problems Associated with Facial Disfigurement” in 1983, Nichola has built an international reputation for her research in this field, has published widely and has attracted over £7m funding to support research on appearance. Current projects include establishing the psychosocial needs of people who are distressed by their appearance, developing interventions to meet these needs and interventions to promote positive societal attitudes towards diversity in appearance. She was the British Psychological Society’s consultant to the Dept of Health from 2004-2010. She was awarded Honorary Life Membership of the BAAPS in 2009, and of the South African Burns Society in 2011.
Marc is a Paediatric Dentist, graduating from Tufts University with a Master in Science Degree. He was born in France, is married with three children and is fluent in five languages. He has two highly successful practices specialising in Paediatric Dentistry, Dentofacial Orthopaedics, Orthodontics plus his work as the Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Clinical Paediatric Dentistry. He has co-authored two books on Dentofacial Orthopaedics, and been published internationally. Marc has been a visiting Lecturer at The University of California San Francisco, Nova University, University of San Antonio, Tufts University, University of El Salvador, and New York University, Hadassah hospital in Israel and the University of Venezuela. Marc also chaired the Postgraduate and Residency programs in Paediatric Dentistry at the Universidad Tecnológica de México and later became Director of
Postgraduate Programs at the same University. He is a Diplomate of the American and Mexican Academies of Paediatric Dentistry and the Mexican Association of Orthodontists and was the President of The Mexican Academy of Paediatric Dentistry.
Murray is an experienced Dental Researcher and NZ-registered specialist in Dental Public Health. His epidemiological and health services research encompasses a wide range of oral conditions and concerns, and it has been funded by the US NIH, the NZDA, the NZ HRC and the NZ Ministry of Health. To date, Murray has published 239 research papers and 5 book chapters in the scientific literature. Thomson was honoured with a Distinguished Scientist Award (the 2010 H. Trendley Dean Memorial Award, for meritorious research in epidemiology and public health) from the International Association for Dental Research in 2010, and received the Sir John Walsh Research Award (for research over an extended period by a member of the University of Otago Faculty of Dentistry) in 2010. In 2009, he was awarded the Alan Docking Award for distinguished research in dentistry by the Australia-New Zealand Division of the International Association for Dental Research. He is Associate Editor for both the European Journal of Oral Sciences and Gerodontology, and was the Editor of the New Zealand Dental Journal from 2007 to 2014.
Georgios obtained his dental degree from Karolinska Institutet in 1997. After completing his specialist degree in 2004 he started his research studies at Karolinska Institutet, successfully gaining a PhD in 2013. He is currently working as a Senior Consultant at the Eastmaninstitute and is responsible for the Postgraduate Training in Paediatric Dentistry. In 2013, he was appointed Lecturer at Karolinska Institutet and is also the Director of all Postgraduate Training in Dentistry in the Stockholm county. His principal research interests deals with periodontal disease in children with Down syndrome and dental traumatology.
Roberto graduated in Paediatric Dentistry from the University of Texas. He has a Diploma of Applied Health Statistics, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Roberto did his Postgraduate Degree in Orthodontics and Paediatric Dentistry at the Children’s Hospital Mexico. Roberto is Professor of Masters at the Centre for Advanced Studies of Orthodontics. Roberto is an active member of various associations and academies both nationally and internationally. He currently serves as Chair of Paediatric Dentistry and the University of Technology, Mexico. Roberto is Advisor to the Association of Schools and Colleges of Dentistry. He is President and Founding Partner of the Mexican Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and member of the Advisory Group for the Academy. Roberto is Chairman of the Scientific Committee and Secretary for the Mexican Dental Association Federation. He won the Cum Laude Award from the Mexican Dental Association. Roberto received a distinguished student award from the University of Texas, San Antonio recognising his contribution to Paediatrics Dentistry. Robert is author of a book and five chapters with more than 30 clinical research and scientific papers.
Jaap worked at the Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam, ACTA until January 2013. He was Head of the ACTA Paediatric postgraduate student program, Chairman of the EAPD and still works in a large Paediatric Secondary Dental Care Clinic in Amsterdam, specialising in sedation and general anesthesia. Veerkamp is an international lecturer on all aspects of child dental patient management. His research focuses on anxiety reduction and behavioral management strategies. He is (co-) author of more than 140 publications on that subject in books and Dutch and International Journals. On Research gate he is frequently quoted and has a score in the upper 15%. He encourages and assists students (undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD to undertake research.
Richard is Professor of Dental Public Health and Head of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London. He also holds an honorary consultant post with Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust. He graduated in dentistry from the University of Edinburgh in 1984 and proceeded to study for an MSc and PhD in Dental Public Health at the University College London.
His research has focused on the social determinants of oral health inequalities and the development and evaluation of health improvement interventions. He has recently been awarded the 2014 International Association for Dental Research Distinguished Scientist Award for Behavioural, Epidemiologic and Health Services Research. He has sat on a variety of expert working groups for the Department of Health, Public Health England, National Institute for Clinical Excellence, WHO and E.U. He is co-author of Essential Dental Public Health and has published more than 220 publications.
Yvonne received her degree after studying at the Dresden Technical University Carl Gustav Carus Medical School, the University of Alberta, Canada and The Faculty of Dentistry in Oslo, Norway. Starting her career as an assistant dentist in a community practice, Yvonne went on to become a research associate at the Giessen and Marburg University Clinic. She currently practices at the Jena University Hospital Dept. for Preventive and Paediatric Dentistry, where she is also a Research Associate. Jena is the largest research centre in the German state of Thuringia. As a lecturer, Yvonne is a regular contributor to medical conferences and also provides continuing education and training for midwives, dentists and physicians. She also develops and conducts dental training courses for families. Her papers have been published in medical journals in Germany and internationally. A mother of two, she has been specialising in children’s dentistry since 2005.
Richard qualified in Dentistry (1978) and Medicine (1984) from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He was appointed Professor of Paediatric Dentistry in Glasgow in 2001. He has published over 150 scientific articles in peer reviewed journals, 10 book chapters, and is a co-author of five textbooks. He was President of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (2001-2002), President of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (2006-2008) and is currently Dean of the Dental Faculty and Vice-President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He is Congress Chairman ofIAPD 2015 Glasgow.
Timothy completed his DDS degree from West Virginia University and then pursued his Paediatric Dentistry Residency and a National Institute of Health Postdoctoral Fellowship in Caries Research at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He joined the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1990 and currently serves as Chair of the Department of Paediatric Dentistry and is the James Bawden Distinguished Professor. Timothy has received numerous awards and honors including an American Dental Association Teacher Training Fellowship, the William J Gies Award from the Journal of Dental Research, and was a Robert Gorlin Visiting Professor. His research is directed at advancing our understanding of mineralised tissues and developmental defects of teeth and bone through his characterisation and study of human hereditary conditions. Timothy has had research funding from the National Institutes of Health and other organisations for his genetics studies since 1987 and has published over 170 scientific manuscripts, chapters and books. Timothy has served as Chair for the American Dental Association’s and the American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry’s Council on Scientific Affairs. He has served on several ADA committees providing systematic reviews on fluorides and non-fluoride caries therapeutics. He is a Fellow in the American Association of the Advancement of Science. Timothy has an active private practice.
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