British undergraduate dental research conference
Morning talks based on cutting-edge research presented by world renowned speakers.
Interactive workshops in multiple fields to raise students core clinical skills and gain a competitive edge!
Opportunities for students to present their research and posters
Charity raffle with big prizes to be won
Initially starting as an idea in 2014, the British Undergraduate Dental Research Conference 2015 was the first of its kind and had resounding effects across the country. After the success of the first conference with over 200 attending students, we hosted The British Undergraduate Dental Research Conference in 2016, 17 and 19. The conferences got bigger and better every year. In our last conference, speakers included world-renowned dentists who presented some cutting-research, as well as inspirational young dentists in a panel discussion. Participants were spoilt for choice with 12 different workshops in multiple fields that aimed to raise their core clinical skills! Want to know more? Take a look around our website and make sure to follow us on social media for updates. We are looking forward to host our 5th conference this year for all the enthusiastic undergraduates from all over the country.
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