A/Prof Ratilal Lalloo

ChD, BSc Med Hons (Epidemiol), MChD (Comm Dent), PhD

A/Prof Ratilal Lalloo is the Associate Professor, Teaching and Research, in the School of Dentistry, University of Queensland. He is the NHMRC Chief Investigator B and holds an academic title of Professor in the School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Griffith University. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH), University of Adelaide.
After almost 20 years as a dental academic in South Africa he took up the position of Colgate Chair & Professor: Rural, Remote and Indigenous Oral Health, in the School of Dentistry & Oral Health, Griffith University, for 5-years from January 2009. He was then a Senior Research Fellow at ARCPOH for a year. More recently he was an Associate Professor, on a short contract position, in the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney.
A/Prof Lalloo has been involved in the training of undergraduate and postgraduate dental students, dental public health related research and various management roles. He is a dental public specialist, with an undergraduate degree in dentistry (1986), honours degree in Epidemiology (1992), Masters degree in Community Dentistry (1994) and PhD in Dental Public Health, University College London (2002). He has been published widely and his main research interests vary across many dental public health issues including evidence-based dentistry, oral health-related quality of life and health inequalities.​