Dentistry & oral health
A leading CSU dentistry student has been awarded a scholarship from a prestigious international dental organisation.
CSU students are playing a key role in an innovative oral health program in regional NSW to help recently arrived refugees settle into their new home.
Extremely rewarding is how many people aspire to describe their careers. But a group of CSU dental science students have already realised such satisfaction in the final year of their degree.
Text books donated by a CSU academic are set to make a huge difference to dental students in Cambodia.
Scholarships designed to support Indigenous participation in higher education have been awarded to six motivated CSU students.
The figures from an international study trip to Cambodia by 12 CSU students are impressive. The dental science and oral health students treated 557 patients, mainly children, with another 95 consultations during the international study experience in June and July.
CSU lecturer Dr Rahena Akhter has been recognised with an award at the world's biggest dentistry conference.
CSU School of Dentistry and Health Sciences will focus on increasing research capacity and the number of regional, rural and indigenous students under new Head of School Professor Boyen Huang.
Improving the oral health of pregnant women in the Riverina is the aim of a new program being coordinated by the Murrumbidgee Local Health District and CSU.
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