Sydney Dental School professor appointed as president of Australian Dental Association

The Dean of the Sydney Faculty of Dentistry Professor Chris Peck and the members of the Sydney Dental School wish to extend congratulations to Associate Professor Deb Cockrell on being appointed the first female president of the Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch).

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Inside Sydney Dental School
Professor Cockrell, an alumna and previous academic member of Sydney Faculty of Dentistry also completed her PhD with the University of Sydney. She is currently in private practice at Ourimbah and holds a conjoint appointment with University of Newcastle.

The Sydney Dental School associate professor continues as a tireless advocate for oral health in the Australian community as an active member of the Australasian Council of Dental Deans and as Deputy President of the Dental Council of NSW.

About the Sydney Dental School


Course: Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD)
Duration: 4 years
Description: The Sydney Dental School’s Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) is a graduate-entry program that has been purposefully designed to adhere to the well-rounded course structure of the North American postgraduate model, but has also maintained the sophisticated clinical training for which the University of Sydney has come to be renowned, giving students an applicable knowledge of dental health from the community to the laboratory.

The Sydney Dental School is about comprehensive learning, and embracing all the aspects of becoming a successful dentist. Sub-units integrate academic disciplines such as endodontics and orthodontics with the requisite training needed to evolve dental health knowledge into the highly specialized skills of a dental health professional.


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