Our 2015 SJWRI Research Day was held on Thursday 9 July at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Here are some images from the day.
Professor Paul Brunton, in his first Research Day as Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, outlines his vision for the future of oral health research at Otago and across New Zealand.
Dr Dawn Coates, who gave a keynote presentation on her work in bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw.
Morning tea break.
Our 2013-14 SJWRI Research Highlights was launched on Research Day, with all attendees furnished with a copy.
Some of the research posters entered in the Research Day Poster Competition.
Sir John Walsh Research Award winner Professor Mauro Farella gave a keynote presentation outlining the aims and achievements of the emerging Craniofacial Biology and Clinical Oral Physiology research programme.
Pictured with SJWRI Director Richard Cannon, joint winners of the Research Day student oral presentation award, DClinDent students Olivia Apperley (left) and Sobia Zafar (right).
Left: 2015 SJWRI Clinical Research Award winner Dr Li Mei, accepting his award for winning the Research Day Staff Poster Competition (staff). Right: Allauddin Siddiqi, winner of both the 2015 Research Day Postgraduate Poster Competition and the SJWRI Postgraduate Research Publication Award for 2014.
Neil Carlisle and Helen Gerrard from our tremendous sponsors 3M Science.