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Dental Nurse, Continuing Professional Development
UCL Reference number: 1819932
Closing date: 15 September 2019
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Associate Professor in Microbial Disease
UCL Reference number: 1817879
Closing date: 2 October 2019
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Clinical Teaching Fellow in Prosthodontics
UCL Reference number: 1823233
Closing date: 3 October 2019
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- Personal Fellowship Route
UCL has an excellent track record for assisting aspiring clinicians and scientists to further their career development through the award of personal fellowships. Examples of current and past personal fellowships at the Institute include:
- Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council: Advanced Training Fellowship
- European Commission: Marie Curie Individual Fellowships
- Royal College of Surgeons of England, Faculty of Dental Surgery Fellowship
- The Royal Society Fellowships
- Wellcome Trust Clinical Scientist Fellowships
In the majority of cases, staff holding personal fellowships proceed to apply for permanent academic posts. Indeed, several of our current academic staff held a personal fellowship at the Institute.
Interested parties are encouraged to review the funding schemes available for personal fellowships. A selection of schemes is provided below. If you are interested in pursuing one of these routes and you fulfill the criteria set by the funding body, please discuss your proposal with one of the Heads of the Institute's Research departments:
Professor Jonathan Knowles
Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering
Dr Stefano Fedele
Dr Sean Nair
- Major research funding bodies offering fellowships:
As part of UCL's commitment to widening participation in higher education, UCL Eastman Dental Institute is proud to offer a one-week work experience programme for A-level students with an interest in studying dentistry.
What is offered
Over one week in July, you will have the opportunity to observe postgraduate dental studies. This will include observing case presentations, hands-on exercises on pigs jaws and dental manikins, and advanced CADCAM techniques. You will also have the opportunity to sit with established dental specialists and dental nurses to gain experience of minor dental exercises on models.
Please note, there will be no observation of patients.
What is expected of you
You are expected to take this work experience programme seriously. You will need to
- be punctual
- dress appropriately for a lab environment, e.g. closed shoes
- treat others with respect
- listen to health and safety advice and act accordingly
Who should apply
This programme is offered to A-level students with an interest in dentistry. You should be planning to study dentistry at undergraduate level.
You must be available to attend UCL Eastman Dental Institute from 9:30 - 17:00, Monday 8 July - Friday 12 July 2019. Dates are non-negotiable.
To apply, you must meet all of the following essential criteria:
- An A-level student
- Interested in pursuing dentistry at university
- Live in/near Greater London and be committed to travelling to and from central London
- Have achieved GCSE grade B/score 6 or above in English Language and Maths
We strongly encourage applications from students who:
- Have parents or carers who have not been to university
- Were eligible for free school meals at secondary school
- Are a refugee, looked-after child, young carer, or estranged from your family
- Identify as disabled
- Belong to one of the following ethnic groups currently underrepresented in higher education:
- Black African
- Black Caribbean
- White British who meet one of the first two criteria as well
- Gypsy and Traveller communities
As part of the application you will be required to provide your GCSE grades. You will also be asked to provide your teacher's email address as we may check their recommendation. Please ensure you have their permission before you submit this information.
How to apply
Applications are now open. Please email the email@example.com by 20 May 2019. Feel free to email with any queries.
Personal data collected as part of the application process will be available only to staff members directly involved with processing applications. Records for unsucessful applications will be destroyed; applications from successful applicants will be kept until after the work experience week and will then be destroyed. We will keep a record of the names of students who attend work experience with us.