UCL Eastman Dental Institute
UCL Eastman Dental Institute is the largest postgraduate dental school in Europe and has a reputation as one of the world’s leading academic centres for dentistry. As part of UCL – London’s Global University – the Institute welcomes UK and international students. With a focus on translational research, postgraduate education and training, the Institute offers a wide range of study opportunities – Master's degrees, specialty training, certificates, diplomas, research doctorates and CPD courses – from its twin sites in central London.
- Education: Find out about the Institute's wide range of degree programmes.
- Research: Find out about the Institute's research activities and about studying for a PhD.
- CPD: Find out about the Institute's CPD short courses that offer training on a wide range of topics.
- About: Find out more about the Institute, including its academic staff, contact details and job opportunities.
- We have many Short courses running between now and Christmas, including Microscopy, Implants and Restorative courses.
- Careers Day, hosted jointly with the British Dental Association, will be running again in February 2016. Read the brochure (pdf) or book now.
- Our Sports Dentistry short course is now available to pay in installments, see the webpage for more information.
- UCL Eastman Dental Institute was at the British Association of Dental Therapists conference in Birmingham to launch our exciting new collaboration. This collaboration will see a number of new courses for dental therapists and hygienists running at the Eastman in 2016.
A multidisciplinary team of scientists and clinicians led by UCL Eastman Professor Anne Young and in partnership with UK Dental Company Schottlander have been awarded £970,000 by the NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme.
Eastman Researchers Professor Mike Wilson and Dr David Spratt have co-authored a new paper which reveals long-term consequences of a single course of antibiotics. More...
UCL Eastman’s Dr Adam Roberts has been announced as one of three new Advisors to the Longitude Prize. The Prize is a challenge with a £10 million fund to help solve the problem of global antibiotic resistance. More...