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Prof.Hien Chi Ngo Dean of the College of Dental Medicine Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • Prosthodontics

Research Interests:

  • The study of adhesive interface, development of new dental materials and the clinical management of caries.

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2011 Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (The University of Queensland) 2005 PhD (The University of Adelaide) 1990 Master of Dental Surgery in Prosthodontics (The University of Adelaide) 1982 Bachelor of Dental Surgery (The University of Adelaide)
2016-current University of Sharjah, Faculty of Dental Medicine, United Arad Emirates Dean University Dental Hospital of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Executive Director 2013-current King’s College London Dental Institute (KCL) Visiting Professor and Consultant. I developed and taught 4 modules in the newly established “Master in Advanced Minimum Intervention Dentistry”. This is a distance-learning course that is based on the e-learning platform at KCL. All teaching was delivered using on-line forums and webcasting. I am also involved in supervising research projects. (http://www.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus/graduate/advanced-minimum-interventiondentistry) 2012-2016 Kuwait University, Faculty of Dentistry, Kuwait Professor and Chairman, Department of General Dental Practice Director of Comprehensive Dental Care (CDC) Chairman, Clinical Affairs Committee Member: • Scholarship Committee • Promotion and Appointment Committee • Curriculum Committee • Research committee Teaching undergraduate students in restorative dentistry and cariology. I directed 9 courses and supervised elective research projects. As Director of CDC and Chairman of the Clinical Affairs Committee, I was responsible for coordinating all clinical teaching activities and ensuring the smooth running of Kuwait University Dental Center, a facility with 72 dental chairs. Seeing patients 1 session per week. I was involved in a major review of the curriculum and tasked with setting up 2 new courses in cariology.
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