This block is designed to teach the basic, the practical and clinical aspects of the human body systems in health and disease. It provides the dental students with the required basic knowledge of the human body systems regarding the Anatomy, Histology, Pathology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Physiology, and the most common health problems that has a direct or indirect relation to his practice as a dentist. These will include the common internal medicine, Ear Nose and throat, and the Dermatology topics. The clinical picture of the various diseases including their pathogenesis, clinical features, complications, and management will be adequately emphasized. The clinical presentations of the different diseases will also be stressed upon to provide basis for understanding the clinical differential diagnoses. Among the general objectives are that the students will realize the importance of correlation of these diseases to their future dental practice.

This block is designed to teach the basic and clinical aspects of surgery and dermatology. These will include the aspects of the various related diseases including their pathogenesis, clinical features, complications, and management. Among the general objectives are that the students will realize the importance of correlation of these diseases to their future dental practice.

This course is designed to introduce the students to the field of operative Dentistry and Periodontology.

This course introduce to students the basic concepts and methods of conducting research in an objective and systematic manner. 

In this course will deal with the emergency that may occur in the dental clinics and how to avoid it.

This comprehensive, multidisciplinary course is dedicated to the understanding of the main functions of the nervous system, the principles of sensory and motor functions and to understand pain and its management. In particular, the course presents knowledge in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology in the peculiar context of oral bioscience through description of the main structures and functions of the central nervous system, together with their topographical relationships, and the cranial nerves.
Interdisciplinary educational topics include pain transmission, neurotransmitters, theories of pain perception, and treatment procedures for patients suffering from acute or chronic pain and major neurological deficits. Consideration is given to the use of drugs, biofeedback, and interventional procedures for pain management. Students will simulate and practice the use of local anesthesia.

This course provides the dental students with knowledge necessary to deal with patients in dental clinic and gives the basis of dental sciences 

The course has been designed to highlight the relevance of the basic concepts of biostatistics to oral epidemiology and dental research. The course will make the students realize the importance of the role of biostatistics in monitoring the global and regional trends in the distribution of oral disorders and planning oral health care services. The course content will facilitate students in acquiring skills of drawing inferences from experimental data and of evaluating the statistics presented in scientific papers. The course will include hands-on training for handling SPSS program.

Scientific Presentation Skills