Seminar series

The School of Dentistry Seminar Series is an opportunity to highlight outstanding research both within the School and from national and international guest speakers.

All are welcome to attend, including academic and professional staff, visitors, students, industry partners, dental industry professionals and the general public. Seminars are held at various times at the Oral Health Centre, Herston, and online.

In addition to our general School series, additional seminars will be presented by our various research groups.

Dr Xin Li

UQ School of Dentistry Seminar Series – Dr Xin Li, University of Hong Kong - Hydraulic Calcium Silicate Cements & Vital Pulp Therapy

4 December 2023 12:00pm1:00pm
This presentation summarizes the most recent information regarding the use of hydraulic calcium silicate cements for vital pulp therapy, this in terms of dentin remineralization and pulp repair.  In addition, some side projects for instance the development of a next generation of biosafe composite, the curing profile of bulk-fill composites and the gelatinolytic activity of dentin upon adhesive treatment will be introduced. 
Dr Jiao Jiao Li

School of Dentistry Seminar Series – Dr Jiao Jiao Li, University of Technology Sydney - Tissue engineering & regenerative medicine in chronic bone and joint treatment

10 November 2023 12:00pm1:00pm
This session covers Dr Jiao Jiao Li's research on developing regenerative therapies for joint diseases, using osteoarthritis as a model disease.
Jonathan Broadbent

School of Dentistry Seminar Series – Prof Jonathan Broadbent, Uni of Otago

20 October 2023 12:00pm1:00pm
Jonathan will provide an overview of past findings and plans for our upcoming assessment for age 52 of the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study (a cohort born in Dunedin (NZ) from their birth in the early 1970 to the present day).
Dr Karan Gulati

School of Dentistry Seminar Series – Dr Karan Gulati - Fit & Forget: Nano-Engineered Therapeutic Dental Implants

15 September 2023 12:00pm1:00pm
Dr Karan Gulati presents his research that showcases the potential of advanced implant nano-engineering via electrochemical anodization to fabricate nanopores (like nanoscale test tubes) on Ti dental implants to achieve tailorable bioactivity and local drug release.