Endodontics and Dental Trauma
Fadi’s research is focused on endodontics and dental trauma management strategies which benefit patients. His research aims to improve clinical outcome, effectiveness and patient safety and experience in dental practice. He has research collaboration in Dental Trauma, Stem cell and regeneration. Fadi has published and coauthored over 30 peer reviewed publications. He has been a reviewer for a number Dental Journals and publishers. He has supervised successful PhDs and is supervising several doctorate projects at various stages as part of the DDSc in Endodontics.
Within the Faculty, Fadi has developed collaboration with the Institute of Psychology and Health Sciences (including the Systematic Review group); Clinical Engineering, Computer Science and the Institute of Ageing and Chronic Diseases. Fadi has research collaboration with Kings college London, Imperial College London and Nottingham Trent University. He has research and teaching collaboration with several leading and local companies and manufacturers.
Managing irreversible pulpitis – The effectiveness of pulpotomy compared to root canal treatment as a replacement for conventional root canal treatment: Amulticentre randomized controlled trial
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH (UK) (NIHR)
September 2019 - August 2022
Evaluation of a stabilised hypochlorous for decontamination of root canal surfaces
DENTOSAFE-T LTD (UK)
September 2018 - March 2019
Comparison of root canal treatment completed using apex locators or perapical radiograph for working length determination in general dental practice.
ROYAL LIVERPOOL AND BROADGREEN UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST (UK)
March 2006 - March 2009