This Image Gently steering committee is made up of group of full professors, medical radiologists, and the CFO of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.
Pitt Dental alumnus and resident Dr. Michael Chambers (DMD ’12) has been honored as a 2016 inductee into the Charles G. Watson Chapter of the Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society. Dr. Chambers was selected by his peers of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Class of 2016 in recognition of his outstanding clinical and interpersonal skills. Before he attended dental school, Dr. Chambers served as a school band instructor.
By Allison Hydzik
An innovative federal initiative to accelerate research into pediatric diseases and conditions will fund a University of Pittsburgh-led effort to examine the entire genomes of nearly 1,300 people to learn more about the causes of cleft lip and palate, and look for treatments.
Veterans Day is November 11th, 2015. Please remember the homeless veterans of our city.
Honoring revered humanitarian Dr. H. Raymond Primus Jr. Pitt Dental Medicine alumnus, Legacy Laureate, and civil rights worker who died at 90.
Dr. Christine Wankiiri-Hale, Associate Dean for Student Affairs recently was selected as a member of the 2015-16 class of the ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership. The ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership is designed to enhance the leadership skills of dentists who belong to racial, ethnic and/or gender backgrounds that have been traditionally underrepresented in leadership roles. The Institute provides an opportunity to gain leadership experience, strengthen professional networks and set new leadership paths in the profession and community.
Learn about events, workshops and lectures that are part of the Year of the Humanities in the University. Read more >
Dental hygiene student table clinic presentations took place on July 29. Faculty, staff, students, and alumni were invited to support the students as they presented their topics. Julia Burner and Erika Mohr won first place with "The Light of the Future: UV Robot Disinfection." Second place went to Stephanie Secoda and Jessica Yonek for their project on "Clinical Application of Botox in Dentistry" and third place was awarded to Carli Jakiel and Christine Vruwink for "Same Goal, Different Scope."
Many of the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine Faculty are included in the 2015 Top Dentists list compiled by Pittsburgh Magazine.
Congratulations to the faculty members whose excellence in dental medicine is celebrated by Pittsburgh Magazine.
The School of Dental Medicine is the recipient of a $1.97 million Title VII grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Title VII funding provides support to pediatric dental programs, pledging $10 million in total for pediatric dental residencies for fiscal year 2016.