Invited Lectures

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Talking Points in Dentistry in association with GlaxoSmithkline

“Paediatric Dentistry: Surely there is more to it than ‘drill and fill’!”
Eleven Venue Lecture series across the UK
May 2008

British School of Osteopathy

“Teeth And Bite Matter Too!”
January 2008

Continuing Professional Development for Osteopaths

“The Missing Link – TMJs – posture and bite”
February 2006

British Society for the Study of Cranio-Mandibular Disorders

“Putting the W into Holistic”
May 2005

British Society of Paediatric Dentistry

“Super Posture – Super Bite”
November 2003

Societat Catalina D’Odontoestomatol – Barcelona

“Multidisciplinary Management of postural problems in children with particular emphasis on dental growth and development”
October 2003

Cranio-Sacral Therapists Association – AGM

“Relationship between posture and bite”
October 2002

Eastman Dental Hospital

MSc Endodontics course
March 2002


16th International Conference on Neurodevelopmental

“Role of dentistry in managing postural compensations”
March 2002


Eastman Endodontic MSc course

“Electronic determination of root canal length”
April 1997, March 1998 and April 1999.

Colgate Research Award presentation

“Atomic Force Microscopy and Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy applied to the study of human dentine”
September 1993 (Royal Society of Medicine)

Unilever Research Award presentation

“Neural Network Computing: A novel method to analyze electrical measurements for root canal apex location”
November 1993 (Royal Society of Medicine)

AGM for British Association of Dental Therapists

“Update on diagnosis and management of pit and fissure caries”
April 1993 (Penta Hotel Heathrow)

IRC Group for Biomaterials, based at Queen Mary and Westfield College

“Use of AC impedance spectroscopy to evaluate biological tissues”
February 1993

SmithKline Beecham, Oral Products Division

Research and clinical dental presentations
February, June & October 1992 (Weybridge)

Department of Pathology, Mt. Sinai Hospital Toronto (Canada)

“Electrochemical tests to evaluate health and disease in biological tissues”
August 1992

Gordon Research Conference on Calcium Phosphates

“Electrochemical impedance characterization of human teeth”
July 1992, (Newport, Rhode Island, U.S.A.)

Unilever, Oral Care Division

Presentation of Research
November 1991, (Port Sunlight Laboratory)

Royal Air Force Germany, Dental Branch. Autumn Symposium

“Treatment of developmental dental defects in children” & “Diagnosing the carious lesion – Recent developments”
November 1990, at RAF Hospital Wegberg (Germany)

British Paedodontic Society (Southern Group)

“Electronic Caries Detectors – Fact or fiction ?”
December 1988, (Winchester)

Southampton Department of Electrochemistry, Bioelectrosensors Course

“Complex non-linear least squares analysis of impedance data from human teeth”
December 1989 (Southampton)

Bioelectrochemistry Laboratory, Orthopaedic Department, Mt. Sinai Hospital New York

“Frequency domain complex ac impedance spectroscopy of human enamel and dentine”
August 1989 (New York, U.S.A.)

1989 Gordon Research Conference on Calcium Phosphates

“Electrochemical impedance characterization of human teeth”
July 1989, (Newport, Rhode Island, U.S.A.)

Southampton University, Department of Chemistry

“Alternating impedance characterization of high impedance biological membranes”
June 1988 (Southampton)

Update your dentistry for the 1990’s – Course given for General Dental Practitioners run by The London Hospital Postgraduate Centre

“Changing methods for the diagnosis of Pit and Fissure Caries”
September 1987 (London)

MSc Reunion at Eastman Dental Hospital

“Use of Electronic Caries meters for aiding the diagnosis of Dental Caries”
July 1987 (London)

Salisbury Medical Society

“Changing Methods of Caries Diagnosis”
May 1987 (Salisbury)

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