Charlotte Currie

Clinical Fellow, Newcastle University

Charlotte is a clinical fellow and PhD student at the School of Dental Sciences, Newcastle University. Her research interests are in urgent dental care, care pathways and barriers to dental care seeking, as well as dental local anaesthesia. She is currently funded by the National Institute of Health Research for the IMPACT Study (https://fundingawards.nihr.ac.uk/award/DRF-2017-10-022).

She graduated with a BDS (Hons) from Newcastle University in 2013, and also was awarded a MRes with Distinction in Medical Sciences in 2012. She is President Elect for the Dental Anaesthesiology Group for the International Association for Dental Research.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    Clinical Fellow, Newcastle University
  • 2013–2015
    General Professional Trainee, Newcastle Dental Hospital

Education

  • 2013 
    Newcastle University, BDS (Hons)
  • 2012 
    Newcastle University, MRes

Publications

  • 2019
    Why take the risk?, British Dental Journal
  • 2019
    Burning Mouth Syndrome: a review., Oral Surgery
  • 2019
    Patient satisfaction with a postal service for occlusal splints., Oral Surgery
  • 2019
    Medical Emergency Department attendance of under-16-year-olds with dental problems., Journal of Oral Rehabilitation
  • 2017
    Dental Pain in the Medical Emergency Department: A Cross-Sectional Study., Journal of Oral Rehabilitation
  • 2016
    Determination of the mental foramen position in dental radiographs in 18-30 year olds., Dentomaxillofacial Radiology
  • 2015
    Pain and problems: a prospective cross-sectional study of the impact of dental emergencies., Journal of Oral Rehabilitation
  • 2013
    Is Mandibular Molar Buccal Infiltration a Mental and Incisive Nerve Block? A Randomized Controlled Trial., Journal of Endodontics

Professional Memberships

  • International Association for Dental Research
  • British Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology