Senior Clinical Lecturer
- Edinburgh Dental Institute
- Deanery of Clinical Sciences
- College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4th Floor, Lauriston Building,
- Post Code
- EH3 9HA
Please note I work Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays only
Louise O’Dowd graduated from Dundee University Dental School in 2002 before moving to Newcastle Dental Hospital in 2006 to begin specialist training in Restorative dentistry. This five year programme provided specialist training in the mono-specialist disciplines of periodontology, prosthodontics and endodontics and focussed the management of patients with complex treatment needs requiring multi-disciplinary management.
Alongside specialist training Dr O’Dowd completed a Masters degree in Restorative dentistry from the University of Newcastle with her research concentrating on Patients’ Perspectives of Periodontal Disease. On completion of specialist training in 2011 Dr O’Dowd obtained Speciality Fellowship from RCSEd was appointed to her current role at Edinburgh Dental Institute (EDI).
Louise’s role involves UG and PG clinical and didactic dental education including research. In addition, she provides NHS dental treatment for patients with complex needs requiring non-routine management and Leadership for the Department of Restorative Dentistry.
Louise divides her time between EDI and a private specialist practice where she provides periodontal treatment for referred patients.
Postgaraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PgCAP)
University of Edinburgh 2018
Intercollegiate Specialty Fellowship Examination (ISFE) in Restorative Dentistry RCD (Edin.) 2010
Sir Wilfred Fish prize Certificate of Merit
British Society of Periodontology 2008
MFDS RCS (Edinburgh)
Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh 2004
MSc in Restorative Dentistry with Distinction
Newcastle University July 2008