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Turning a new idea into an organizational tradition is a difficult thing. For the Selection Committee of the Team Excellence Award, doing so is the perfect example of what a team can accomplish when they go above and beyond for their organization.
Faculty and staff recruitment, research and enhancements to the clinical business model were just a few of the initiatives outlined in the 2012-2013 TUSDM Annual Report.
Dr. Peter Arsenault, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry, spoke with the Australian Broadcasting Company (ABC) on August 26 about CAMBRA, a new way to assess caries risk. Listen here
Starting August 26, TUSDM welcomed 194 new members into the community.
The Class of 2017 arrived for their Student Orientation this week, marking an official start to the fall at TUSDM.
For more than 35 years, Dr. Herbert Hau has been cheerfully, quietly serving the community he loves.
For many of Dr. Wayne Stuart Lyn’s family, friends, and colleagues, it was his smile that they will most remember.
“Everyone commented on his smile,” said Dr. Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, D04 and Practice Coordinator of the Clarendon Group Practice at TUSDM. “He was always happy, energetic. His smile made you smile.”
It’s not typical that standing in warrior pose would afford such a magnificent view.
But for the past few months, the American Student Dental Association (ASDA) has been offering exercise, mindfulness, and, yes, a great view with their weekly yoga classes in the Alumni Lounge at One Kneeland.
Dr. Carroll Ann Trotman is no stranger to big moves. After growing up in the nation of Trinidad and Tobago, she crisscrossed both the United Kingdom and North America. Driven by her calling as an orthodontist and academic, she has lived in England, Scotland and Wales, New York City, Toronto, Michigan, a short stint in more »
The Consortium of Oral Health Research and Informatics (COHRI) held their sixth Annual Summer Meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan on July 25-26.
COHRI, which has close more »