Congratulations to Dr. Ivana Ilic Dimitrijevic
The Faculty of Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) congratulates Dr. Ivana Ilic Dimitrijevic, who has completed an MSc in Biomedical Engineering and Regenerative Medicine at RCSI. The Faculty of Dentistry RCSI sponsored MSc studentship in dental translational research is a collaboration with the Tissue Engineering Research Group (TERG) at RCSI. Dr. Ivana Ilic Dimitrijevic is the inaugural recipient of this sponsored MSc studentship which was supervised by Dr. Oran D. Kennedy from the Department of Anatomy & Regenerative Medicine at RCSI.
Dr. Ivana Ilic Dimitrijevic graduated in 2009 and was awarded a PhD in Medicine and Dentistry from Belgrade University, Serbia in 2015. Dr. Dimitrijevic was awarded the Diploma of Primary Care Dentistry RCSI in 2016 and Membership of the Faculty of Dentistry (MFD) RCSI in 2020. Dr. Dimitrijevic is currently on the Special Care Dentistry specialist training at Dublin Dental University Hospital, Trinity College Dublin.
The Faculty of Dentistry RCSI was founded in 1963 with the core mission of advancing the science, art and practice of dentistry by the promotion of education, study and research.
With over 5,000 Fellows, Members, Diplomates and Affiliates globally, the Faculty's international role is expansive. It provides education, accreditation of programmes and quality assurance through examination of postgraduate dental professionals in Ireland, the UK and internationally. It also offers affiliate membership, designed to support and develop dentists worldwide, as well as students currently training to join the dental profession.
For more information about the Faculty of Dentistry RCSI visit facultyofdentistry.ie