Ongoing & recent studies

The ongoing and recent studies for which we have provided support include:

  • Faculty of Odontology, Malmö University, Sweden. Bacterial acid tolerance – a new target for fluoridated milk in caries prevention
  • School of Health and Social Care, Teesside University, UK.  Urinary fluoride parameters in spot urine associated with exposure to systemic fluoride through fluoridated toothpastes, waters, salts and milk
  • Centre for Oral Health Research, School of Dentistry, University of Leeds, UK. Dental fluorosis, molar incisor hypomineralization & amelogenesis imperfecta – Validated clinical assessment and evidence for genetic factors in Khartoum State
  • Oral Health and the Cambodian Health and Nutrition Monitoring Study (CAHENMS)
  • Academic Centre for Dentistry (ACTA), Amsterdam, Netherlands.  Healthy food and healthy teeth in children from low SEP: interventions that fit the ideas and daily realities of families with low SEP in metropolitan areas; a participatory action research
  • The Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH), University of Adelaide, Australia.  Holistic approach to address socioeconomic inequalities in child oral health – Evidence synthesis
  • School of Dentistry, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.  Development and evaluation of an Arabic-speaking oral health education videogame for children
  • Foundation of The University of Montpellier / McGill Dental Faculty, France.  Toward global digital oral health scale-up plan: Evaluating organizational and governmental digital oral health readiness
  • University of Glasgow Dental School, UK.  Early childhood caries: understanding the role of early life behaviours and social determinants on risk and inequalities: A novel data linkage cohort study
  • University of Glasgow Dental School, UK.  Building an international consensus and theory of change for programmatic interventions to prevent Early Childhood Caries
  • University of Glasgow Dental School, UK.  The reach of childsmile interventions in very deprived areas and young people in care, and their oral health and school attendance levels
  • Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College London (UCL) UK.  Scoping review of upstream interventions to promote oral health and reduce oral health inequalities
  • University of Teesside School of Health and Life Sciences, UK.  Mapping the evidence for monitoring fluoride exposure in community prevention programmes for oral health using nail clippings and spot urine samples: A scoping review