Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre

Research Overview

The Oral Health CRC is a consortium of universities, Federal Government and private industry, with head offices and a major research node at the University of Melbourne. Opportunities exist for students to undertake research under the guidance of senior researchers, and to work with industry participants.

The Oral Health CRC has four integrated research programs:

  1. Oral and systemic diseases
  2. Prevention and early diagnosis
  3. Intervention and management
  4. Reconstruction and regeneration.

The Oral Health CRC seeks to reduce the economic and social burden of oral diseases on Australians.

We bring together world-class scientific and clinical research teams with Australian manufacturers and established global marketers and distributors.

We commenced operation in January 2010 and our work continues the research undertaken by our predecessor, the CRC for Oral Health Science. We are funded through the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program and the contributions of our Participants.

For more information about the Oral Health CRC's research programs or scholarship information, please visit http://www.oralhealthCRC.com.au

Collaborators

Funding

The Oral Health Cooperative Research Centre is funded through the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program and the contributions of CRCs Participants

Research Publications

The oral Health Cooperative Research Centre has a series of publications available for download from their website:

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Research Projects



Faculty Research Themes

Infection and Immunology

Department / Centre

Melbourne Dental School