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Osteology Research Academy (ORA) Hong Kong 3-6 July 2017
posted by Faculty of Dentistry for HKU and Public
Event Type: Public Lecture/Forum/Seminar/Workshop/Conference/Symposium
Event Nature: Medical & Health Care

Event Details

The University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Dentistry in collaboration with the Osteology Foundation

Good Research Practice and Essentials of Research Methodology

The Core Module in Hong Kong is a one-week intensive course providing a comprehensive view on most of the aspects of pre-clinical and clinical studies required by young researchers for their daily work. The learning objectives of the course are:

- Fundamentals of research in dental medicine
- The process from posing of a scientific question to generating the answer
- Selection of the suitable in-vitro, pre-clinical or clinical research approach
- Selection of the appropriate analytical tools for data acquisition
- Planning of a pre-clinical or study within a research group using international networks
- Analysis and critical interpretation of acquired data
- Effective communication of findings and knowledge
- E-learning lectures to prepare for the course

Scientific Chairmen:
Mariano Sanz, Chairman
Thomas Flemmig, Dean Faculty of Dentistry

Saito Atsushi, Japan
Michael Bornstein, Hong Kong
Thomas Flemmig, Hong Kong
Jennifer Go, Hong Kong
Saso Ivanovski, Australia
Ki-Tae Koo, South Korea
Klaus Lang, Switzerland
Edward Lo, Hong Kong
Colman McGrath, Hong Kong
Mariano Sanz, Spain
Frank Schwarz, Germany
Maurizio Tonetti, Hong Kong
Rory Watt, Hong Kong
May Wong, Hong Kong

Session 1Day 1
03/07/2017 09:00-21:45
at The Prince Philip Dental Hospital
Session 2Day 2
04/07/2017 08:30-19:00
at The Prince Philip Dental Hospital
Session 3Day 3
05/07/2017 08:30-22:10
at The Prince Philip Dental Hospital
Session 4Day 4
06/07/2017 08:30-18:05
at The Prince Philip Dentla Hospital

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Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact Prof. May Wong by email at