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BES Research Previous Grant Winners

BES Research Grant Winners – Previous Recipients

With our core objective being to promote and advance endodontology the grants that we offer to BES members as lead researchers is an essential part of progressing and advancing the future of endodontology.

In recent years the BES has awarded a number of grants for such project work and below are successful research submissions which have been accepted for funding by the BES Research Panel:

Professor Chris Lynch

‘An ex-vivo model to determine dental pulp responses to heat and light-curing of dental restorative materials ‘ - Journal of Dentistry Nov 2018.

View the research paper here: Prof Chris Lynch Paper 2018

 

Dr Satnam Singh Virdee

'Effects of dentine extracellular matrix components (dECMs) on mesenchymal stem cells derived from human periapical lesions (PL-MSCs) - an in vitro study'

View the research paper here: Dr Stanam Singh Virdee Research Paper

 

Dr Asmaa Al-Taie

'Micro-CT assessment of the sealing ability of BioRoot RCS using two root canal obturation techniques'

View the research paper here: Dr Asmaa Al-Taie Research Paper

 

Dr David Edwards

'Exploring irreversible pulpitis and its treatment’s effects on peripheral and central mechanisms: ExtirPate study'

View the research paper here: Dr David Edwards Research Paper

 

Dr Sadia Niazi

'From Contaminated Gloves and Nosocomial Endodontic Infections to Global Cardiometabolic Risk'

View the research paper here: Dr Sadia Niazi Research Paper

 

Professor Owen Addison & Professor Shannon Patel

'Research the impact of AGP’s (Aerosol generating procedures) in dentistry with respect to Covid 19 - Mechanisms of Atomization from Rotary Dental Instruments and Its Mitigation'

View the research paper here: Professor Owen Addison & Professor Shannon Patel Research Paper

 

Professor David Wood & Doctor Brian Nattress

'Research the impact of AGP’s (Aerosol generating procedures) in dentistry with respect to Covid 19 - Dental Mitigation Strategies to Reduce Aerosolization of SARS-CoV-2'

View the research paper here: Professor David Wood & Doctor Brian Nattress Research Paper

 

More research papers will be added in due course.

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