Dr Nick Longridge
Dr Nicholas Longridge graduated with Honours in 2013, gaining distinctions in – Restorative Dentistry, Oral Diseases and Oral Health. He has a Bachelor of Science honours degree in Anatomy and Human Biology. Since qualification, he has worked in a variety of practice settings, both private and NHS, as well as within the emergency dental service.
Nicholas initially continued his postgraduate training with various house officer jobs in Maxillofacial Surgery and Restorative Dentistry at Aintree University Hospital Regional Head and Neck Department, Alder Hey Paediatric Hospital and Liverpool University Dental Hospital. In 2014, Nick became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
In 2016, Nick was appointed as an Academic Clinical Fellow/Specialty Registrar in Endodontics at Liverpool University Dental Hospital and completed his specialist training in 2019. During this time, he simultaneously completed his Professional Doctorate in Endodontics (DDSc) with a focus on regenerative endodontics and pulp biology. Nick is now appointed as a clinical lecturer in restorative dentistry and specialist in endodontics at the University, where he also acts as undergraduate research lead and 5th year co-lead. Nick is research supervisor to five professional doctorate students and one PhD student. His research interests are primarily focussed on pulp biology and vital pulp therapies and he has collaborations with matrix biology, electrical engineering and human-centred innovation.