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Katarzyna Niemiec successfully submitted her PhD research with minor corrections in February 2018. Katarzyna was
As funders of the study, we are delighted to announce that Elisavet Moschopoulou successfully submitted and
An interesting new study is being conducted by Hannah Saunders at Durham University, who is
Saving Faces and the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS), in conjunction with
As funders of the study, we would like to say huge congratulations to Dr Fatima
For the first lecture of the Medicine & Me seminar series, we were invited by
Massive congratulations for the third time this year to Dr Emmylou Rahtz on her third
Congratulations again to Dr Emmylou Rahtz for her second publication this year in The Conversation.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) researcher Professor Ahmad Waseem (Institute of Dentistry) and his
We are pleased to announce that the respected British Medical Journal (BMJ) Open has published
Congratulations to Fatima Qadir and her team at Queen Mary University of London who were
Update: Fatima Qadir has successfully submitted her final thesis in May 2018 at Queen Mary,
Congratulations to Emmylou who submitted and successfully defended her PhD thesis in May 2015
Headline News: Our Data Monitoring Committee applaud SEND recruitment. They find statistical significance in interim
Interim data collection guidance confirmed as part of transition to new supplier The Healthcare Quality Improvement
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have found 4 unique gene markers that could
Congratulations to Emmy and Farah who won a William Harvey Day award for an outstanding
Researchers at Queen Mary University, London have discovered a new gene interation which may influence
Helena Emich was a previous PhD student at the Blizard Institute, funded by Saving Faces.
Update: Read Emmylou’s final PhD report here. Farah Shiraz and Emmylou Rahtz are PhD students
The prestigious International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics has just published research on osteoradionecrosis
Saving Faces carried out a survey of pharmacists across the UK to assess the advice
The second national survey of all facial injuries recorded over a one week period
Saving Faces researchers have made great progress with the multi-centre mouth cancer trial, SEND, an
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