Course ObjectiveCompetences covered according to the General Educational Framework
Dentistry 2008: II a, b, c, g, h, i (5); III i (5).
To ensure that students:
• have knowledge regarding the highlights and challenges regarding the
clinical possibilities of the various profiles of the OHS
• have in-depth knowledge of the biological principles of inflammatory
and infectious processes occurring in the oral cavity.
• understand where and when relevant biological techniques can be used
in order to answer a medical biology research question related to oral
• have knowledge of the limitations of the various biological
• are able to connect basic biological processes with various
inflammatory, infectious, wound healing, dysfunctional and regenerative
processes within the oral cavity.
Course ContentThe aim of this course is to broaden and deepen the students’ biological
and clinical background. This is necessary to be able to understand and
study the (biological) mechanisms underlying the relevant clinical
problems present in the different OHS disciplines. This course is new
and still under construction.
Teaching MethodsSelf-study; Lectures; Presentations
Method of AssessmentLearning assessment
The student needs to pass all components undermentioned:
• presentations on an interdisciplinary subject
• Grading in terms of Good; Pass; or Fail
LiteratureRelevant literature related to the lectures will be indicated before the
start of the module on Canvas.
Additional InformationAs part of this course, OHS students will also take part in a one-day
session on Oral Anatomy organised at the AMC.
|Period||Ac. Year (sept)|
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Dentistry|
|Course Coordinator||dr. ir. J.H. Koolstra|
|Examiner||dr. ir. J.H. Koolstra|
You need to register for this course yourself
|Teaching Methods||Seminar, Lecture, Other|