Four of the world’s premier dental schools form alliance

27 October 2020
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King’s College London’s Faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Craniofacial Sciences, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Adams School of Dentistry, the National University of Singapore Faculty of Dentistry and Melbourne Dental School are joining forces to advance and transform research, education, and practice in dentistry and the oral and craniofacial health sciences.

The initial five-year partnership, known as the DentAlliance, provides the structure for the creation of an agreement between the four dental schools.  

The DentAlliance partners will collaborate globally to transform education and curriculum development, to pursue new and transformative research and discovery initiatives. The four schools each bring their world-leading expertise to the collaboration and will work together to enhance professional practice in dentistry, and the oral and craniofacial health sciences.

They will collaborate to inspire and train future leaders and practitioners of the profession on a global stage. Conceptualised by the four deans of each dental school, the partnership will create new and transformative training, development and exchange opportunities and for students and employees.

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