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Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarships

If you’re heading to the Griffith School of Dentistry for the 2018 intake, you are invited to apply for a Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarship!

Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science Scholarship

Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarships

Apply for a Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarship!

For: High-achieving students applying for Bachelor of Dental Health Science program at Griffith University.
Available to: Commencing students in Trimester 1, 2018
Level of study: Undergraduate
Citizenship: Citizens of a country other than Australia or New Zealand
Award value and benefits: $30,000 in total (six tuition payments of $5,000 each trimester for three years)
Duration: Up to six trimesters of study
Applications open: Now!
Applications close: Thursday, November 2, 2017 (outcome by November 24)

Selection Criteria

Scholarship applications will be assessed by a panel on the following criteria:

  • Academic merit – applicants must submit a certified copy of their transcripts demonstrating their strong academic merit
  • An offer – applicant must be in receipt of an offer (conditional or unconditional) prior to the scholarship deadline
  • A personal statement – addressing three questions that outline why the applicant believes he/she deserves the scholarship
  1. Demonstrate (and provide examples of) your knowledge of the profession of dental health science and the broader role of oral health in the health care system.
  2. Demonstrate (and provide examples of) your leadership and teamwork skills and indicate your future career plans.
  3. Outline any challenges you have faced in your education and how you have sought to overcome these challenges.

Studying dentistry at Griffith Dental School

At Griffith University, you’ll be studying at some pretty amazing facilities: state-of-the-art, special-purpose dental facilities and modern laboratories, including a commercial dental lab in a new $150-million purpose-built Griffith Health Centre. You will have the opportunity to undertake community placements in state schools, rural and remote communities and in Indigenous and aged care. Completing Griffith’s Bachelor of Dental Health Science and the two-year Master of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist!

Program: Bachelor of Dental Health Science/Master of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Trimester intake: February
Duration: 5 years

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Would you like more info about the Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarships? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at at adam@oztrekk.com.

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Griffith dentistry researcher leads nano-engineered dental implants study








Our outstanding Australian dental schools are at it again.

The complications and high costs associated with dental implants could be a thing of the past as Griffith dentistry research aims to reduce the associated risks of infection using cutting-edge nanotechnology.

The study is being led by post-doctoral researcher Dr Karan Gulati from the Griffith School of Dentistry and Oral Health/Menzies Health Institute Queensland, who is presenting his research at this week’s Gold Coast Health and Medical Research Conference at the QT Hotel, Surfers Paradise (Dec. 1–2).

Griffith dentistry researcher leads nano-engineered dental implants study

Griffith dentistry researcher Karan Gulati (Photo credit: Griffith University)

Hundreds of thousands of Australians need dental implants each year but the risks of infection and poor stability can be high, particularly if the patient has a condition such as osteoporosis or diabetes, which may compromise the dental healing process.

However early stage nanotechnology techniques in animal studies are now showing promise in allowing faster integration of an implant in order to prevent bacteria from setting in.

Nanotechnology is science, engineering and technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers.

“The technology I am using enables me to nano-engineer the surface of commercially established implants with nanotubes, which can later be loaded with drugs such as antibiotics or proteins for maximised therapeutic effect.”

“When these are inserted into the patient’s jaw, they improve soft- (gingiva) and hard-tissue (bone) integration and therefore dramatically decrease the likelihood of oral microbes being able to enter the tissue,” says Dr Gulati.

“Based on the initial results, we expect to achieve early implant stability and long-term success of such therapeutic dental implants.

“In addition, the overall costs to the patient are expected to be reduced, considering that there will be no expenses associated with follow up drug treatment, cleaning of possible bacterial attachment or correction of implant failure”

The groundbreaking work is still in the very early stages; however, clinical trials are planned to commence in 2017.

Dr Gulati says this implant technology can easily be extended to orthopaedic implants.

About Griffith Dentistry

The new $150-million purpose-built Griffith Health Centre, established in 2013, features state-of-the-art special-purpose dental facilities to assist Griffith dentistry students’ professional learning. Modern laboratories, including a commercial dental laboratory, will help them develop key skills in a fully supervised environment.

Program: Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science/Graduate Diploma of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 5 years

Entry requirements

To be eligible to apply to Griffith University’s Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science, applicants must have

  • academic achievement in year 12 or equivalent with one of biological science, chemistry, physics, or maths B;
  • demonstration of English proficiency.

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Find out more about the Griffith dentistry program! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at at adam@oztrekk.com.

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Research at Griffith School of Dentistry

Students of Griffith Dentistry have access to world-class facilities within the new $150 million purpose-built Griffith Health Centre on the Gold Coast Campus. These include a 96-chair dental clinic, commercial dental and clinical skills laboratories, high-level IT facilities, and research facilities. Along with teaching the dentists of the future, the Griffith School of Dentistry seeks to

  • enhance the quality, relevance and satisfaction of the educational experience for all our staff and students;
  • contribute to the development of a research culture across the university, and the professions in the wider practicing community;
  • become a recognised first port of call for industrial partners seeking research collaborations to advance health care and oral sciences.
Griffith School of Dentistry

Learn more about Griffith School of Dentistry

Five active Research Groups have been developed within the school:

The Dental Education Research Action Group

As the first new dental school in Australasia for 57 years the school regards it as a moral responsibility to be active in education research. The school has a unique opportunity to be avant garde in interprofessionalism (the major conceptual innovation of the School), in curriculum structure (a major opportunity provided by Griffith’s modular course structure across all disciplines), in pedagogy and evaluation. This research group has set as a first priority the creation of a comprehensive database of demography, psychosocial profile, knowledge attitudes and behaviour toward a range of health and social issues for all its student cohorts. This is an essential baseline against which to measure trends over time and the impact of their educational experiences.

The Centre of Excellence in Oral, Head, Neck and Thyroid Diseases

This is a major collaboration between the Griffith School of Dentistry and Oral Health, School of Medicine and Queensland Health Pathology Services. This aims to create the most modern and expert service, teaching and research centre in Australasia and the Pacific which has a high disease burden, especially of upper aero-digestive tract cancers.

The founding members of the Group have international reputations in the epidemiology, prevention, and pathology of these diseases. They are well connected to, and respected by, major relevant international scientific organisations, including the World Health Organisation. The members are regular contributors to the Head and Neck Oncology Multidisciplinary Team meetings at Princess Alexandra Hospital in collaboration with Professor William Coman and are developing laboratory collaborations with other QHPS laboratories, with UQ, QIMR, Mater Hospital and elsewhere at present. Activity ranges from the specialist consultancy service in oral medicine within the School of Dentistry and Oral Health, innovative diagnostic services, including telepathology to remote and off-shore locations, field epidemiology and prevention and laboratory research on diagnostic and prognostic markers, including modern molecular science.

The Osseointegrated Implant Research Group

The replacement of missing hard tissues in the human by or through metallic fixtures which are not only biocompatible but also integrate with bone, is a major surgical advance: whilst applicable to many parts of the body the science is led, globally, by dental implantology and often dental scientists. There is enormous commercial and professional activity which is tending to run ahead of the science. This highly expert group with skills ranging from cell and tissue biology, computing and engineering science, microbiology and surgical expertise and clinical trials and are already addressing questions of implant design in a collaboration between the School of Dentistry and Oral Health and the School of Engineering.

Public Health Research: The National Institute for Rural, Remote and Indigenous Oral Health

This research group has existing projects with local communities, with modest grant funding already, and the collaboration of Queensland Health, dealing with oral health promotion, and a joint PhD student between the School of Dentistry and Oral Health and Public Health at Griffith University on indigenous oral health needs and the barriers to care. A major proposal is being considered by industry for the creation of the NIRROH Australia wide. Discussions are in progress with the World Health Organisation, through the Western Pacific Regional Office, for World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre Status.

The Oral Microbiology and Immunology Group

Most oral and dental diseases have a strong component of microbial pathogenesis, with the host response essential to outcome. Furthermore the mouth is part of the body, the oral mucosa part of the whole mucosal immune system. Work has begun on extending understanding of the host response in periodontal infections, through identification of relevant microbial antigens in cases and controls; and on evaluating vaccines with potential to prevent oral fungal infections. This research group is establishing a clinical service to provide oral health care for the HIV positive community on the Gold Coast.

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Find out more about the Griffith School of Dentistry Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at adam@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355.

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Griffith uses 3D tissue engineering to revolutionise dental disease

The discomfort and stigma of loose or missing teeth could be a thing of the past as Griffith University researchers pioneer the use of 3D bioprinting to replace missing teeth and bone.

The three-year study, which has been granted a National Health and Medical Research Council Grant of $650,000, is being undertaken by periodontist Professor Saso Ivanovski from Griffith’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland.

Griffith Dental School

Professor Saso Ivanovski (Photo credit: Griffith University)

As part of an Australian first, Professor Ivanovski and his team are using the latest 3D bioprinting to produce new, totally ‘bespoke,’ tissue engineered bone and gum that can be implanted into a patient’s jawbone.

“The groundbreaking approach begins with a scan of the affected jaw, prior to the design of a replacement part using computer-assisted design,” he says.

“A specialised bioprinter, which is set at the correct physiological temperature (in order to avoid destroying cells and proteins) is then able to successfully fabricate the gum structures that have been lost to disease—bone, ligament and tooth cementum—in one single process. The cells, the extracellular matrix and other components that make up the bone and gum tissue are all included in the construct and can be manufactured to exactly fit the missing bone and gum for a particular individual.

“In the case of people with missing teeth who have lost a lot of jawbone due to disease or trauma, they would usually have these replaced with dental implants,” he says.

“However, in many cases there is not enough bone for dental implant placement, and bone grafts are usually taken from another part of the body, usually their jaw, but occasionally it has to be obtained from their hip or skull.

“These procedures are often associated with significant pain, nerve damage and postoperative swelling, as well as extended time off work for the patient,” says Professor Ivanovski. “In addition, this bone is limited in quantity.

A less invasive method

“By using this sophisticated tissue engineering approach, we can instigate a much less invasive method of bone replacement. A big benefit for the patient is that the risks of complications using this method will be significantly lower because bone doesn’t need to be removed from elsewhere in the body. We also won’t have the problem of limited supply that we have when using the patient’s own bone.”

Currently in pre-clinical trials, Professor Ivanovski says the aim is to trial the new technology in humans within the next one to two years.

Regarding the anticipated cost of treatment, he said that this should be a less costly way of augmenting deficient jaw bone, with the saving expected to be passed onto the patient.

Watch the video on 9News!

Studying dentistry at Griffith Dental School

Completing a Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science and Griffith Dental School’s two-year Graduate Diploma of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist.

The Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science offers a new, innovative curriculum where students will receive real clinical exposure from the first year of study, and will work alongside oral health professionals who are world experts in their field.

Program: Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science/Graduate Diploma of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 5 years
Application deadline: September 29, 2016 (TBC)

Entry Requirements for the Griffith University Dentistry Program

To be eligible to apply to Griffith Dental School’s Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science, applicants must have

  • academic achievement in year 12 or equivalent with one of biological science, chemistry, physics, or maths B;
  • demonstration of English proficiency.

Apply now to Griffith Dental School!

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Find out more about Griffith Dental School! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at at adam@oztrekk.com or  to assist you with your application, or to answer any questions you may have regarding dentistry school in Australia.

Friday, February 19th, 2016

Gain extensive practical experience at Griffith Dentistry

Completing a Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science and Griffith Dental School’s two-year Graduate Diploma of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist. The Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science offers a new, innovative curriculum where students will receive real clinical exposure from the first year of study, and will work alongside oral health professionals who are world experts in their field.

Griffith dentistry

Learn more about Griffith Dental School

The Clinical Skills Centre is a purpose-built learning environment where students can practice medical clinical skills in a safe and controlled setting. Griffith dentistry students will use this centre for learning basic medical clinical skills to understand the human body and examination of different systems through structured workshops.

From your first year of study, you’ll be ready to apply learned skills and develop valuable contacts by taking community placements in a range of locations including

  • state schools
  • hospitals
  • aged care facilities
  • rural and remote areas
  • Indigenous communities
  • International destinations

Griffith Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science/Graduate Diploma of Dentistry

Program: Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science & Graduate Diploma of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 5 years
Application deadline: TBA. For the 2016 intake, the application deadline was September 30, 2015.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to apply to Griffith Dentistry’s Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science, applicants must have

  • academic achievement in year 12 or equivalent with one of biological science, chemistry, physics, or maths B;
  • demonstration of English proficiency.

Apply now to Griffith Dental School!

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Find out more about Griffith Dental School! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at adam@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355.

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Canadian students talk about their Griffith Dental School experience

Welcome to the Gold Coast!

Set among native bush land and located just minutes from the pristine beaches of the famous Gold Coast, this comprehensive Griffith University campus plays host to more than 16,500 students from all over Australia and the world. Widely acknowledged for its strengths in Health, Griffith’s Gold Coast Campus boasts state-of-the-art facilities, including the Griffith Health Centre, co-located with the Gold Coast University Hospital.

Griffith Dental School students can relax at a campus café, and enjoy extensive sporting facilities, including an Olympic-standard athletics track, a gym and basketball and tennis courts. There are many handy services right on campus, such as banking, post, medical, welfare and student guild services.

The university’s new $150-million purpose-built Griffith Health Centre on the Gold Coast campus provides world-class facilities including a 96-chair dental clinic, commercial dental and clinical skills laboratories, high-level IT facilities, and research facilities.

Griffith dentistry students develop the knowledge underpinning dental practice and gain extensive practical experience as they work under and alongside qualified oral health professionals in the university’s modern dental clinic and commercial laboratory, and out on community placements.

Studying dentistry at Griffith Dental School

Completing a Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science and Griffith Dental School’s two-year Graduate Diploma of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist.

The Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science offers a new, innovative curriculum where students will receive real clinical exposure from the first year of study, and will work alongside oral health professionals who are world experts in their field.

Program: Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science & Graduate Diploma of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 5 years
Application deadline: TBA. For the 2016 intake, the application deadline was September 30, 2015

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to apply to Griffith Dental School’s Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science, applicants must have

  • academic achievement in year 12 or equivalent with one of biological science, chemistry, physics, or maths B;
  • demonstration of English proficiency.

Apply now to Griffith Dental School!

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Find out more about Griffith Dental School! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at adam@oztrekk.com or 1-866-698-7355.

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

More Griffith dentistry offers!

And the good news keeps rolling in….

Griffith Dental School has released more offers for the Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science/Graduate Diploma of Dentistry programs for the 2016 intake! OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith has been swamped with offers and emails!

SydneyGriffith Dental School

Learn more about Griffith Dental School

Griffith Dental School Timeline

Deadline for all applicants to accept an offer of admission and pay a deposit: While there is no official offer lapse date, students are encouraged to accept as soon as possible as the program can fill quickly.
Orientation: February 22, 2016
First day of class: February 29, 2016

Next OzTREKK Pre-departure Webinar

Don’t forget to check out the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site for more information about getting you prepared to leave for Australia, and be sure to watch the upcoming OzTREKK Pre-departure webinar for more tips:

Date: Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Time: 7 p.m. EST

Congratulations again to all of our OzTREKK students who have received an offer! We look forward to meeting you in Australia for our OzTREKK Orientation events in February 2016. Join us for the OzTREKK Welcome Breakfast and OzTREKK Shuttle, and get to know your fellow Griffith dentistry peers. Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith will email you orientation information in the next few weeks—and, of course, we will post everything on the OzTREKK Boarding Pass.

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Find out more about Griffith Dental School! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at adam@oztrekk.com or call (toll free in Canada) 1-866-698-7355.

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

Don’t miss the upcoming Griffith medicine and dentistry events!

On Monday, Sept. 28, 2015 in Toronto and Monday, Oct. 5, 2015 in Vancouver, Griffith Medical School Dean Prof Simon Broadley, Griffith Dental School Dean Prof Ward Massey will be holding information sessions for anyone interested in learning more about studying medicine and dentistry at Griffith University.

Anyone interested in learning more about the Griffith MD and the Griffith dentistry program are welcome to attend this free event!

Griffith University Medcial School

Study medicine or dentistry at Griffith University!

At the information sessions, the Griffith University Deans will speak about their respective faculties and about the medicine and dentistry programs offered. The Deans will be available for a question-and-answer period following the sessions. This is a great opportunity for future students to find out more about

  • Griffith University;
  • the medical school and dental school;
  • admissions requirements;
  • program structure;
  • application deadlines;
  • accreditation;
  • life on campus;
  • and much more!

Event Details

Toronto

Date: Monday, Sept. 28, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Toronto Centre
Vancouver

Date: Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Wall Centre, Granville Room

RSVP at http://study.oztrekk.com/griffith-medicine-dentistry/

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Would you like more information about Griffith Medical School and Griffith Dental School? Do you have questions about these information sessions? Contact OzTREKK at info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Griffith dentistry applications close in three weeks

Interested in studying dentistry in Australia? Just a reminder that the application deadline for Griffith Dental School is coming up soon, September 30, 2015. Please note that all application documents must be received by Tuesday, September 29 at noon.

Griffith dentistry

Study dentistry at Griffith University

Griffith Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science/Graduate Diploma of Dentistry

Program: Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science/Graduate Diploma of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester Intake: February
Program Duration: 5 years
Application Deadline: September 30, 2015

Entry Requirements for the Griffith University Dentistry Program

To be eligible to apply to Griffith Dental School’s Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science, applicants must have

  • academic achievement in year 12 or equivalent with one of biological science, chemistry, physics, or maths B;
  • demonstration of English proficiency.

Apply now to Griffith Dental School!

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Griffith University Medicine & Dentistry Information Sessions in Canada

Find out more about studying dentistry at Griffith University. Join OzTREKK and Dean of Griffith School of Dentistry Professor Ward Massey for an upcoming information session!

Ward Massey received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Adelaide in 1982 and a PhD from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney in 1993.

Ward has gained extensive experience in academia in Australia with academic appointments in Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning and Restorative Dentistry at the Universities of Adelaide, Sydney and Western Australia, Charles Sturt University and Griffith University. (Attending Toronto & Vancouver events)

Toronto

Date: Monday, Sept. 28, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Toronto Centre

Vancouver

Date: Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Wall Centre, Granville Room

Find out more: study.oztrekk.com/griffith-medicine-dentistry

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Learn more about Griffith Dental School. Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at at adam@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Friday, August 28th, 2015

Griffith University Medicine and Dentistry Deans to hold information sessions in Canada

Have you considered studying medicine or dentistry at an Australian university?

Griffith University Medcial School

Study medicine or dentistry at Griffith University!

OzTREKK is pleased to welcome Griffith Medical School Dean Prof Simon Broadley, Griffith Dental School Dean Prof Ward Massey, and Griffith Medical School Prof David Elwood to Canada where they will be holding information sessions for anyone interested in learning more about studying medicine and dentistry at Griffith University.

At the information sessions, the Griffith University Deans will speak about their respective faculties and about the medicine and dentistry programs offered. The Deans will be available for a question-and-answer period following the sessions. This is a great opportunity for future students to find out more about

  • Griffith University;
  • the medical school and dental school;
  • admissions requirements;
  • program structure;
  • application deadlines;
  • accreditation;
  • life on campus;
  • and much more!

Wondering about what it’s like to study in Australia at Griffith University? Don’t miss these information sessions!

Event Details

Toronto

Date: Monday, Sept. 28, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Toronto Centre
RSVP: info@oztrekk.com

Vancouver

Date: Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: Sheraton Wall Centre, Granville Room
RSVP: info@oztrekk.com

Griffith Medical School

Prof Broadley

About the Speakers

Dean of Griffith School of Medicine Professor Simon Broadley

Professor Broadley undertook his undergraduate medical degree at University of Manchester, United Kingdom after completing a BSc in experimental immunology and oncology. Simon then completed his PhD at University of Cambridge, “The genetic analysis of a complex trait: Multiple Sclerosis.” Prof Broadley is currently a staff specialist with the Gold Coast University Hospital. He provides specialist services in neurology. (Attending Toronto event)

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Griffith Medical School

Prof Ellwood

Griffith School of Medicine Professor David Ellwood

Professor David Ellwood completed his initial medical studies at Oxford where he also achieved a Doctorate in Reproductive Biology working in the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. After completing clinical training at Cambridge, he began training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Oxford and then relocated to Australia.

Professor Ellwood became Deputy Head of School Research within the School of Medicine, Griffith University in 2015. (Attending Vancouver event)

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Griffith University Dental School

Prof Massey

Dean of Griffith School of Dentistry Professor Ward Massey

Ward Massey received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Adelaide in 1982 and a PhD from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney in 1993.

Ward has gained extensive experience in academia in Australia with academic appointments in Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning and Restorative Dentistry at the Universities of Adelaide, Sydney and Western Australia, Charles Sturt University and Griffith University. (Attending Toronto & Vancouver events)

About Griffith School of Medicine

The Griffith School of Medicine is known for its innovation and excellence in medical research and education. Griffith medicine students will develop communication skills and learn about the art and science of medicine in its wider social and ethical context. The program comprises extensive clinical placements in health care facilities ranging from rural settings through to the brand new Gold Coast University Hospital.

About Griffith School of Dentistry

Completing a Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science and Griffith Dental School’s two-year Graduate Diploma of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist.

The Clinical Skills Centre is a purpose-built learning environment where students can practice medical clinical skills in a safe and controlled setting. Griffith dentistry students will use this centre for learning basic medical clinical skills to understand the human body and examination of different systems through structured workshops.

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Find out more about Griffith Medical School and Griffith Dental School! If you have questions about these information sessions, please contact OzTREKK at info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355. See you there!