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Faculties and Courses of Study 145 Hon Lecturer Κ Saunders chir cam- bridge For names of senior technical staff see pages 74-75 DENTAL STUDIES Lecturer in Special Dental Anatomy and Histology Brown sc Illinois ph Belfast orth together with members of the above staffs of the Departments of Anatomy Biochemistry and Physiology The Medical faculty of King's College is fortunate in being part of an institution in which seven other faculties are represented The associ- ation of students of Medicine and Dentistry with students from these other faculties is one of the major advantages afforded by beginning Medical Education at King's College Intending students should apply to one of the Medical Schools listed below and not directly to King's College The Medical faculty provides courses for students reading for the second examination see below for references to revised course in and after 1974 and for the second examination in the University of London These arc respectively the second examination for the Medical degree and the second examination for the degree in Dental Surgery The second course lasts for three terms It is possible for students who succeed well in the second cxamina- tion to proceed to an intercalated course leading to the degree of Sc before commencing the clinical course in dentistry at the hospital In addition special courses are available in Biochemistry Pharma- cology or Physiology for students who show promise during the second course These courses are intercalated between the preclinical second course and the clinical course in medicine at the hospital They extend the total course to nine terms and lead to the appropriate Sc degree in the University of London Facilities are also available for postgraduate research and study in the Faculty of Medicine
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