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On 3rd August, the new Faculty of Health Sciences is replacing the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. Dean of the new faculty is no other than our very own Professor Jonathan Sandy. I’m sure for many, Jonathan will need no introduction but for those not to have met him, he was appointed to Bristol University as a Consultant Senior Lecturer […]
Alan Fornear is trying to organise a reunion but need email addresses. Please use the contact forms in the reunion section to get in touch!
Current dental students receive a “BDS Newsletter” once a term. It is a very informative and interesting read. You may read the latest copy by clicking on the link below. BDS Newsletter February 2015
Robin Davies, who was Senior Lecturer in Periodontics at Bristol in the late 80’s, died in April 2015 in Manchester aged 74. He was an able clinician and an enthusiastic teacher and was very popular with both staff and students alike. Robin trained at Manchester University and played rugby for Manchester University and Broughton Park – he had a trial […]
A reception for University of Bristol students who had finished their Diploma in Dental Postgraduate Studies in 2012-13 and 2013-14 was held last month [Saturday 21 February] at the University’s Victoria Rooms. Twenty-six students completed their Diplomas in the academic year 2012-13 and 25 students finished their Diplomas in the academic year 2013-14. These successful candidates joined the fast...
1968 Graduate Des Pyper did not realise just where a holiday to The Gambia would lead. To read his fascinating article click here
Chris Stephens has written yet another fascinating article, especially relevant in this the 60th anniversary of the Great War, concerning a local hospital set up to treat injured Australian soldiers. You can read all about it here
Heidi Rose has contacted us regarding any possibility of a 15 year reunion. Although she is not able to organise it herself she would be very willing to be the primary point of contact. If you’re interested, please get in touch using the contact form on the “Forthcoming Reunions” page to get in touch.
Chris Stephens has written a fascinating article regarding Ernest Victor Davey and the nature of dentistry in Bristol at the time of the First World War. Please click on the link below to read it. Ernest Victor Davey