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Massachusetts Dental Society contributes to dental hygiene program

SOUTHBOROUGH, Massachusetts – The Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS) has approved a contribution of $15,000 to Cape Cod Community College (CCCC) for the purchase of new equipment for the school's dental hygiene program.

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Dental Community Faces Shortage of Educators as Numbers Steadily Decline

CHICAGO, Illinois – The shortage of educators in dentistry and the various dental specialties is fast reaching crisis levels, raising concerns as to the quality of care provided to patients in the future, the President of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) said today.

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Students, Researchers to Present New Teaching Topics, Methods

Boston, Massachusetts – Three inner city high school students and researchers from The Forsyth Institute will describe innovative subjects and teaching methods in oral science at the annual meeting of the American Association of the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The presentations, in a symposium entitled "The Mouth as a Laboratory: Lessons for Teachers," will take place from 3 - 6 pm on Monday, February 18, at the Hynes Auditorium.

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Paul B. Robertson named WDS Foundation Distinguished Professor

SEATTLE, Washington – Dr. Paul B. Robertson, dean of the University of Washington School of Dentistry for nine years until June 30, 2001, has been appointed the Washington Dental Service Foundation Distinguished Professor in Dentistry.

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Senior fellow in Dentistry named Magnuson Scholar, clinical scholar

SEATTLE, Washington – A senior fellow in the Department of Oral Biology at the University of Washington School of Dentistry has received two different and prestigious honors. Dr. Ozlem Yilmaz has been named a Magnuson Scholar by the university, and awarded a clinical scientist (KO8) grant by the National Institutes of Health.

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New $15,000 Fellowship Created to Encourage Development of Periodontal Educators

CHICAGO, Illinois – A new fellowship created to encourage periodontal students to enter teaching was announced at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Periodontology Foundation in Philadelphia last month. The Abram and Sylvia Chasens Teaching and Research Fellowship will provide $30,000 per year to fund two fellowships awarded to students who have a stated career goal of periodontal education and who are in their third year of an accredited periodontal residence program.

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Boston University School of Dental Medicine Receives Largest Ryan White Funding

BOSTON, Massachusetts--Boston University School of Dental Medicine (BUSDM) has been awarded the largest Ryan White CARE Act Dental Reimbursement funding of any of the nation's dental schools.

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ADEA Introduces New Online Application for Postdoctoral Dental Programs

Washington, District of Columbia – Students applying to postdoctoral dental programs now can complete an easy online application because of technology pioneered by the American Dental Education Association (ADEA). ADEA promoted online application technology in 1999 when it first launched an electronic application for students applying to dental schools. On August 13, 2001, ADEAs Postdoctoral Application Support Service (PASS) launched the newest of its online applications for postdoctoral applicants. Both pre- and post graduate electronic applications make applying to programs less complex and more efficient.

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Sulzer Calcitek Announces University Development Program

CARLSBAD, California – Sulzer Calcitek, the dental care subsidiary of Sulzer Medica, introduces the University Development Program, a partnership between dental schools and Sulzer Calcitek. The program is designed to improve dental student education in dental implant therapy. As implants now provide patients with a proven treatment option for the replacement of missing teeth, it's extremely important that all dental students receive an appropriate education about this valuable technology.

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Dr. Harold Slavkin To Resign as NIDCR Director; Will Return to USC to Serve as Dean of the School of Dentistry

BETHESDA, Maryland – Dr. Harold Slavkin, director of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has announced that he will resign his position in July 2000. Dr. Slavkin joined the NIDCR in August 1995 on an "extended leave of absence" from the University of Southern California (USC), where he served as director of the Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology. He will return to Los Angeles to become dean of USC's School of Dentistry, his alma mater.

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