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Jamie Diament-Golub

Clinical Instructor

Jamie Diament-Golub

Clinical Instructor

Phone (617) 636-3683
1 Kneeland Street, Boston, MA 02111
Biography: 

Dr. Jamie Diament-Golub received her Bachelor degree from Brandeis University. She
completed her doctorate in Medical Dentistry at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in
Boston, where she was awarded The Alumni Association Pediatric Dental Award for superior
clinical excellence. She received her Pediatric Dental Specialty Certificate from Rutgers School
of Dental Medicine.
 
Dr. Jamie has been working with children and dental health since 1980. In private practice in
the state of NJ since 1987, she has been actively involved in children's dental public health.
She is also an active member of the American Dental Association and the American Academy
of Pediatric Dentistry. Dr. Jamie is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Columbia University
School of Dental Medicine Pediatric Dental Department. In addition, Dr. Jamie is a member of
the Dean's Advisory Board of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, as well as a Clinical
Instructor in the Department of Public Health and Community Service at Tufts University School
of Dental Medicine.

Dr. Diament-Golub’s greatest passion is to bring Pediatric Dental Health to children of
impoverished third world countries. Annually, she participates in approximately four different
dental outreach programs where she leads dental students, dentists and dental assistants in
important dental health initiatives. The interesting places where Dr. Jamie has provided these
services include Cambodia, Mongolia, Cabo Verde, South Africa, Uganda, Jamaica, Guatemala
and Haiti. “Dental service trips provide an incredible opportunity to do the work I love; working
with children and teaching dental students while having a significant impact on a child’s health.
I am so grateful to have been able to share my passion with my three sons and my husband,
Jon and look forward to continuing this tradition for many years to come.” ( Dr. Jon Golub A’81,
D’85, DG ‘87, Dr. Michael Golub D’18 , Benjamin Golub and Zachary Golub D’20 )