Dr Neville Gully

 Position Assistant Dean Graduate Studies
 Org Unit Adelaide Dental School
 Email neville.gully@adelaide.edu.au
 Telephone +61 8 8313 3887
 Location Floor/Room WS10066.04 ,  Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building ,   North Terrace
  • Qualifications

    BSc(Hons) PhD
  • Teaching Interests

    Postgraduate Coordinator

    General & Oral Biochemistry,

    Dental Science and Practice 1 and 2

    General & Oral Microbiology,

    Dental Science and Practice 2 and 3
    Microbiology,
    Human Biology I, 1st Year BOH

    Oral Microbiology
    Human Biology II, 2nd Year BOH

  • Research Interests

    Evolution of the Human Oral Microbiome

    Biofilms.

    Proteomics of Oral Pathogens.

    The physiology and metabolism of the oral anaerobes Fusobacterium nucleatum and Porphyromonas gingivalis.

    Caries risk assessment.

     

  • Publications

    Abdullah, Farmer, Spargo, Logan, Gully. "Porphyromonas gingivalis peptidylarginine deiminase substrate specificity." Anaerobe. 2013. 23:102-8

    Chew, Zilm, Fuss and Gully. “A proteomic investigation of Fusobacterium nucleatum alkaline-induced biofilms.” BMC Microbiology. 2012. 12:189

    Seet, Cathro, Zilm and Gully. "A qualitative comparison of sonic or laser energisation of 4% sodium hypochlorite on an Enterococcus faecalis biofilm grown in vitro." Australian Endodontic Journal 2012. 38:100-6

    Knight, McIntyre, Craig, Mulyani, Zilm and Gully. Inability of Streptococcus mutans to form a biofilm on silver fluoride and potassium iodide treated demineralized dentin. Quintessence 2009 40:155-161

    Hughes, Bockmann, Seow, Gotjamanos, Gully, Richards, Townsend. Timing of Human Primary Incisor Emergence – A Strong Genetic Control. 2008 J Dent Res 86: 1160-1165

    Knight, McIntyre, Craig, Mulyani, Zilm and Gully. An in vitro investigation of marginal dentine caries abutting composite resin and glass ionomer cement restorations. Aust Dent J 2007 52 187-192

    Knight, McIntyre, Craig, Mulyani, Zilm & Gully. Differences between normal and dematerialized dentine pretreated with silver fluoride and potassium iodide after an in vitro challenge by Streptococcus mutans. Aust Dent J 51 2007 16-21.

    Townsend, Richards, Messer, Hughes, Pinkerton, Seow, Gotjamanos, Gully and Bockmann. Genetic and environmental influences on dentofacial structures and oral health: studies of Australian twins and their families. Twin Res Hum.Genet 2007 9(6):727-732.

    Zilm, Bagley, Rogers, Milne and Gully. The proteomic profile of Fusobacterium nucleatum is regulated by growth pH. Microbiology. 2007 153:148-59.

    Knight, McIntyre, Craig, Mulyani, Zilm and Gully. An in vitro model to measure the effect of a silver fluoride and potassium iodide treatment on the permeability of demineralized dentine to Streptococcus mutans. Aust Dent J  2005 50 242-245.

  • Professional Associations

    The International Association of Dental Research

    The Australian Society for Microbiology

    The Australian Proteomic Society

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