In 2018 Dr Halley was awarded a clinical doctorate in oral surgery from the Dublin Dental University Hospital achieving first class honours and the Dean’s prize. During her 3 years of training Dr Halley’s research focused on the surgical management of patients with antiresorptive osteonecrosis of the jaws. Dr Halley has also been accepted as a Fellow of the Faculty of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland completing my FFD in oral surgery, and is registered as a Specialist Oral Surgeon with the Irish Dental Council. Dr Halley currently holds a position on the Irish Oral Surgery Advisory Committee, and a teaching post at the Dublin Dental University Hospital.
Prior to this, Dr Halley has worked in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery units in the Dublin Dental University Hospital, St James’s Hospital, Bristol Dental Hospital and Cardiff giving a strong foundation in the management and treatment of patients undergoing dentoalveolar surgery. Additionally, Dr Halley worked in practice for a year after completing her undergraduate studies in Dentistry at Cardiff University.