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Dr Pauline Maillou

Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, University of Dundee

Title: We are comfortable with what RCP means and how we record it

Aims & Objectives: TBC

I graduated in 1988 initially with an intercalated BMSc (Hons) in Physiology and then qualified with a BDS (with Commendation) from the University of Dundee in December 1990. I completed one year of split junior clinical posts and as a research Tattersall Scholar in Dundee Dental Hospital and School before moving to Liverpool to train as an SHO in Restorative Dentistry.  I then returned to Dundee to further my Clinical training, complete my FDS RCSEd and then take up a Lectureship in Removable Prosthodontics within the University of Dundee. In 2000 I was awarded a PhD for my work on the modulation of human jaw reflexes.  Shortly after, I commenced specialty training in Restorative training and was appointed as Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, University of Dundee in 2009.  As well as this role and all it involves, I am a Core Training Advisor for NES.  In both roles I invest largely in training undergraduates and postgraduates clinically as well as in dental research aiming ultimately to improve patient care. 

 

Pauline Maillou