Lincoln’s Research in Nigeria

Lincoln is proud to share that a research article on the topic “ Evidence for decreasing sperm count in African population from 1965 to 2015” by Dr. Pallav Sengupta, Faculty of Medicine and Dr Sulagna Dutta, Faculty of Science, along with other co –authors, has been published as a press release in Nigeria this week. The work is gaining interest and being conveyed to the common people for their knowledge

University’s dental clinic benefits students and public

PETALING JAYA: Although Lincoln UniversityCollege’s dental clinic serves as a training ground for its dental students,the institution also sees it as a way to give back to society by making dentalservices affordable and accessible to the public.

Speaking to FMT, LincolnUniversity College’s Faculty of Dentistry’s Professor Rahimah Abdul Kadir saidthe clinic is run by Year Three, Four and Five students who are supervised bythe university’s lecturers. “At our dental clinic, members of the public canwalk in for screening and diagnosis, between Monday and Friday from 9.30am to3.30pm. “After screening and diagnosis, furthertreatments such as non-invasive preventive measures, scaling, extractions, rootcanals and removal of wisdom teeth can be done by appointment.” Rahimah said the dental clinic only charges aminimal cost as it was not set up with the aim of making profit.

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