The 10th FINDOS Symposium, organised by the Finnish Doctoral Programme in Oral Sciences (FINDOS-Turku), was held at the Institute of Dentistry at the University of Turku on 9.–10.5.2019. Talks were given on craniofacial reparative surgery, and on how new biomaterials, use of 3D modelling techniques, and advancements in stem cell research enable increasingly better patient outcomes.
Keyword: Finnish Doctoral Program in Oral Sciences (FINDOS Turku)
Finnish Doctoral Programme in Oral Sciences FINDOS-Turku and the Faculty of Medicine Postgraduate Education Unit PGE organized a two-day academic writing course “Academic reading, writing, and reviewing” towards the end of November. The course raised interest among doctoral candidates and other academic staff.
Doctoral Candidate Faleh Abushahba from the Finnish Doctoral Programme in Oral Sciences (FINDOS-Turku) won the NOF Nordic Hatton Award competition. The competition was organised in Madrid 19–20 September as a part of the CED-IADR/NOF conference on oral sciences.
Institute of Dentistry and Department of Nursing Science of the University of Turku Shine Again in International Ranking
Several research fields of the University of Turku are among the best in the world in the Shanghai Ranking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
FINDOS-Turku doctoral researchers are privileged to participate in an excellent doctoral training program including basic and advanced research courses in oral science as well as extensive transferable skills courses offered by the doctoral program, FINDOS network and UTUGS. The goal is to achieve the doctoral degree from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Turku in four years net time. In addition to the supervisor, the progress of the doctoral researcher is supported by a carefully selected follow-up group and FINDOS.
We make experts in oral sciences!
The Finnish Doctoral Programme in Oral Sciences (FINDOS-Turku) represents all fields of Oral Sciences and brings together preclinical and clinical researchers to encourage the exchange of knowledge and ideas and to support translational Dental research.