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NCOHR’s New Programs

Dr. Alain Moreau, Director of the Network for Canadian Oral Health Research (NCOHR), will be at Schulich Dentistry on December 15 to present NCOHR’s New Programs.  DSB 0010 | 12:45 - 2:00 PM - light lunch will be provided.  Beforehand (12:00-12:45pm), Dr. Moreau will be available for an informal chat with students and researchers regarding NCOHR and potential new initiatives to improve the oral health research in Canada,

Alain Moreau, PhD.
Director, 2016-2019 Network for Canadian Oral Health Research
Professor, Department of Stomatology, Faculty of Dentistry, and Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Université de Montréal
Scientific Director, Viscogliosi Laboratory in Molecular Genetics of Musculoskeletal Diseases, Sainte-Justine University Hospital Research Center

News Release  

Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Government of Canada supports healthier smiles - National research network (NCOHR) receives $850,000 to advance oral health research to better address the needs of Canadians

Dentistry Seminar Series - Alpdoğan Kantarci, DDS, PhD
CANCELLED - December 13, 2017    Rescheduled for March 27, 2018

Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture by Alpdogan Kantarci, DDS, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Periodontology and Oral Biology, Adjunct Associate Professor, Molecular & Cell Biology, Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Associate Member of the Staff, Department of Applied Oral Sciences, The Forsyth Institute, Cambridge, MA.

Host-Microbiome Interactions in a Complex Microenvironment as a Mechanism of Periodontitis and Potential Targets for Novel Therapeutics’.  Poster/Abstract  


 Dentistry Seminar Series - Stefan Ruhl, DDS, PhD 

Dr RuhlNovember 15 - Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture by Stefan Ruhl, DDS, PhD, Professor, Department of Oral Biology, School of Dental Medicine, University at Buffalo.

‘The Role of Glycan Recognition at the Salivary Proteome – Oral Microbiome Interface’. 
10:30am | DSB 0010| All Welcome  Poster


David Feere toured historic Beale Street in Memphis while attending the Hinman Student Research Symposium

October - David Feere, DDS 2018, attended the Hinman Student Research Symposium in Memphis in October to present his poster entitled: “The Effect of Matrix Stiffness on Fibroblast Gene Expression.”  Feere (supervised by Dr. Andrew Leask iFeere at symposiumn Dentistry's Summer Research Program), competed for this travel award at Schulich Dentistry's 2016 Annual Research Day.  Feere remarked, “Research presentations by students broadened my understanding of what research may allow dentists to do clinicallyGraceland, in the future, to achieve better outcomes for patients”. During a tour of the Graceland mansion, over the local fare of catfish and smoked meat, and during an evening enjoying the live blues music on the historic Beale Street, Feere was able to interact with fellow colleagues and share research and clinical experiences.

The Hinman Student Research Symposium is a national meeting featuring presentations of research studies undertaken by dental students and graduate trainees from over 60 dental schools across North America. The goal of this symposium is to help raise and maintain the quality of dental research and education by encouraging participation of dental students, graduate trainees and dental school faculty in research to improve oral health care. “I am extremely grateful for representing Schulich; this experience would not have been possible without the Dentistry Summer Student Research Program,” Feere commented.  “For any student who has an interest in research, I would highly recommend pursuing that interest.  You never know where research will take you, what you will learn, or who you will meet along the way”.  


Andrei Zaharia (DDS 2018), attends Colgate Dental Students' Conference on Research

October - Andrei Zaharia travelled to Maryland to present his research at the American Dental Association (ADA) Foundation’s 53nd Annual Colgate Dental Students’ Conference in October 2017. Andrei competed for this travel award at Schulich Dentistry's 2016 Annual Research Day with his poster “Novel bioactive, fast-setting and injectable bone cement for bone augmentation”, supervised by Drs. Amin Rizkalla and Jeff Dixon, in Dentistry's Summer Research Program.
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Students had the opportunity to network with a diverse group of individuals at the conference, including students from more than 50 dental schools across Canada and USA, the president of the FDA, the Senior Director of the Dr. Anthony Volpe Research Center (VRC), the Global Director of Oral Care from Johnson & Johnson and many others. Panel discussions engaged the students in an open conversation about the various opportunities in the field, including academia, research, military and private practice. While visiting the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the group embarked on a tour of the NanoFab laboratory.

Zaharia remarked, “This aspect of the research center really interested me due to my ties to previous research in nano technology. It really opened my eyes as to what opportunities are available in the dental field related to my previous endeavors andADA Conference expertise”.  Following the tour, a research leader from the VRC presented breakthrough research on promising novel dental materials, aiming to supersede the current composites in the near future. The conference concluded with a visit to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where another panel discussion allowed students to ask questions about various research opportunities, summer programs, scholarships and career paths available. This tour ended with a visit to their clinical research facilities, showcasing stimulating clinical work and ongoing projects.  Zaharia comments, “I feel as though I have been given a glimpse of an entirely different aspect of dental research, one which is extremely exciting and full of opportunities, and the realization that there’s so much more to dentistry than what we learn in our classrooms and clinics”.


Research Day Student Awards

The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry celebrated the research, innovation and collaboration of faculty and students at Schulich Dentistry Annual Research Day on October 11th. This year we had 16 DDS students (Jr Category), and 5 Grad Ortho and Graduate Basic Science students (Sr Category) available at their posters, answering your questions and inquiries (a complete list of presenters is attached). The 5 finalists in each category were asked to give an oral presentation for judging, and the awards are announced below.  Over 300 faculty, staff and students attended the event ….thank you to everyone for your participation! Please join us in congratulating the following students who received awards for their Poster Presentations.

JUNIOR CATEGORY - Travel Awards to represent Schulich Dentistry at a National or International Conference.

Yoon Chi, DDS 2020 - Hinman Student Research Award - will represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2018 Hinman Student Research Symposium in Memphis, TN (usually end of Oct/early Nov). Awarded for poster: “Characterization of temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis in aging mice.” Supervised by Dr. Frank Beier.

Shawna Kim, DDS 2019 - ADA Foundation Award - will represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2018 Dental Student Research Conference in Maryland. Awarded for poster: “Underlying mechanism of phenytoin-induced gingival hyperplasia.” Supervised by Dr. Douglas Hamilton.

Andrei Zaharia, DDS 2019 - CDA/Dentsply Award - will represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2018 CDA National Oral Health Conference in Canada. Awarded for poster: “Novel Bioactive and Injectable, Co-Polymer-Reinforced Bone Cement for Bone Augmentation.” Supervised by Dr. Amin Rizkalla.

SENIOR CATEGORY - Merit Cash Awards

1st Karla Crosara, PhD Student - Supervised by Dr. Walter Siqueira. Awarded for poster: “Protein complex partners of amylase in whole saliva using proteomic approaches.”
2nd Michael Greene, Grad Ortho Student - Supervised by Dr. Antonio Mamandras. Awarded for poster: “Friction testing of contemporary self-ligating appliance systems.”
3rd Dorota Klubowicz, MSc Student - Supervised by Dr. Khadry Galil. Awarded for poster: “A novel idea in the use of ultrasound to guide nasolabial hyaluronic acid (HA) dermal filler injections to prevent alar nasal necrosis.”


Western University researchers use proteins in saliva to diagnose and find clues about Zika virus

Read full article - Western News   August - Researchers at Western University are examining proteins and peptides in saliva in order to detect a person’s exposure to Zika virus. With 70 countries and territories reporting evidence of mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission, there is an increased need for a rapid and effective test for the virus. By analyzing the saliva of a pregnant mother infected with Zika, and her twins – one born with microcephaly and one without – researchers were able to pinpoint the specific protein signature for Zika that is present in saliva. This signature can then be an effective way to screen for exposure. The researchers have received a provisional US patent to develop a simple device that can be used to identify Zika virus peptides in saliva outside of the laboratory. They also discovered important clues about how the virus passes from mother to baby, and its role in the development of microcephaly, a birth defect in which a baby’s head and brain are smaller than expected. “Three months after the babies were born, we collected saliva from the mother and the babies, and the Zika virus peptides were present in the saliva of all three,” said Dr. Walter Siqueira, DDS, PhD, a dental clinician-scientist and associate professor of dentistry at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. “This is important because we are the first to identify Zika virus in saliva using proteomics.”

 “Discovery of Zika virus in saliva, months after exposure, is quite amazing for our understanding of this infection but also disconcerting for our public health approach in controlling Zika outbreaks. We need to have better, rapid, and cost effective diagnostic test for screening,” said Eric Arts, PhD, chair and professor of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, who co-authored the study. The current diagnostic test used by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention uses blood tests to look for changes to RNA. The drawback to this method is that it is able to detect the virus only up to one week after exposure. Dr. Siqueira points out that because proteins are more stable than RNA, saliva proteomics can detect the virus far longer after exposure than with the traditional method.

“Our paper opened the window of detection to more than 20 days, and in this particular case, nine months after exposure,” said Dr. Siqueira. “This is possible because we are identifying the proteins and the peptides that come directly from the virus and these are more stable and stay longer in the body than RNA.” The study, published online today in the Journal of Dental Research, also suggests a vertical transmission of the virus between mother and baby. It also showed mutations in the amino acid sequence of the peptides that were different for each twin, suggesting that these mutations may play a role in whether or not a baby will develop microcephaly.  MEDIA CONTACT: Crystal Mackay, Media Relations Officer, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Western University, t. 519.661.2111 ext. 80387, c. 519.933.5944, crystal.mackay@schulich.uwo.ca @CrystalMackay

Internal Research Grant (IRG) - Accepting applications until Nov 17, 2017

August - The Internal Research Grant (IRG) Program supports research initiatives of relevance to oral health or dental education. This program promotes scholarly activity by faculty members whose primary appointment is within Schulich Dentistry. A maximum of $10,000 is available to successful applicants for seed money, one-time requests, and projects of short duration.

2017/18 COMPETITION - Open to full-time Schulich Dentistry Faculty members. More info .....
Application Form   


Summer Research Students - Final PresentationsSummer Program

August - Our Dentistry Summer Students presented the conclusions to their summer research projects on August 17th.  Faculty, students and staff were able to discuss the various research projects during the presentations and networking lunch.  Thank you to sponsors, and all who supported and participated in the program.
See Presentation Schedule


 Dentistry Seminar Series - Alyne Simões, DDS, PhD

July 3 - Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture by Alyne Simões, DDS, PhD,Assistant Professor of Biomaterials and Oral Biology,School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo

‘Laser Therapy: From Basic Science to Clinical Outcomes
12:30pm | DSB 0010 | All Welcome   Poster/Abstract

2017 Quintessence Research Award - Jennifer Archibald

June - Dentistry's 2017 Quintessence Research Award was presented to Jennifer Archibald - DDS 2017, on the recommendation of the Research Committee, following nomination by faculty supervisors.  This is an annual aArchibaldward to a graduating dental student who has been exemplary in research in the undergraduate dental program. Dr. Archibald has worked rigorously on a consistent basis throughout her four years at Schulich Dentistry. Her strong work ethic and involvement can be distinguished in many areas, especially pertaining to research. Archibald has worked under numerous faculty members and contributed to their research, most notably working under Dr. S. Habitovic-Kofman, Dr. J. Santos, and Dr. H. Goldberg. Jennifer Archibald is known for her dedication, work ethic, and kind demeanor. She has worked hard to ensure research was gathered and used correctly, including obtaining results from over 1000 patients.

Jennifer Archibald’s passion for positive impact can be seen not only in the lab, but can be extended to her life outside of the classroom. Jennifer has volunteered with the Dental Outreach Community Service (DOCS) program, worked in a community hospital in Moose Factory, and donated her time to a local soup kitchen in London. Archibald is an individual who pays attention to the finer details and ensures everything is done with extreme accuracy. Within Western itself, Dr. Archibald is an executive and founding member of Western University branch of the Student Professionalism and Ethics Association – a national, student-driven association that was established to promote and support students’ life-long commitment to ethical behaviour.

Incoming DART Council for the 2017/18 Academic Year

June - As the Dental Academic Research Trainees (DART) Council transitions this summer and prepares for the many exciting upcoming events, the new DART board for the 2017/2018 has been successfully selected after reviewing an extraordinary group of applicants. Each and every one of these council members are eager and ready to get started on working towards their DART goals.

DART would like to personally welcome the following members to the DART Council: Amr Alsabbagh, Mohammed Abu Sharkh, Yoon Chi, Mai El Najjar, Joy Nehme, Georgia Nikoulodaki, Ajay Thakar, and Sumeeta Warraich. Additionally, we are excited to have the following former members retain positions on DART Council: Kim Beaucage, Erik Holm, Yara Hosein, and Shawna Kim. We would also like to thank Jennifer Archibald and Jennifer Branch for their contributions to DART Council in the past year as council members and wish them the best in their future endeavors. It is an honour to have them join the DART Council alumni.  Please go to the DART page for an updated council list, both present and past.

 Dentistry Seminar Series - Theresa A. Guise, MD

Dr. GuiseMay 24 - Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture by Theresa A. Guise, MD, Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology, Jerry W. and Peg S. Throgmartin Professor of Oncology
Indiana University School of Medicine

Muscle function matters: role of the tumor-bone microenvironment in regulation of muscle function in cancer'  Poster/Abstract 
Co-sponsored by Bone & Joint Institute   12:30pm | MSB 148 | All Welcome 


CDA/Dentsply Sirona Student Clinician Research Program

Archibald PresentingMay - The Canadian Dental Association (CDA) & Dentsply Sirona Student Clinician Research Program is hosted at the Ontario Dental Association’s (ODA) annual convention in Toronto. This research program provides the opportunity for one student from each dental school in Canada to participate in a national clinical research competition. Jennifer Archibald, DDS 2017, represented Schulich Dentistry at the 2017 conference this May.  Jennifer was awarded this opportunity during Schulich Dentistry’s 2016 Annual Research Day by placing in the top 3.

NATIONAL COMPETITION - 2nd Prize

At this year's conference, Jennifer was awarded SECOND PRIZE in the national competition with her research presentation, “Clinical evaluation of hydrophobic and hydrophilic sealants in paediatric patients”, supervised by Dr. Sahza Hatibovic-Kofman. CONGRATULATIONS JENNIFER!

10th Annual Suzanne Bernier Memorial Lecture in Skeletal Biology

Dr. Setton

We are pleased to invite all members of the University community to the 10th Annual Suzanne M. Bernier Memorial Lecture in Skeletal Biology, delivered this year by Lori A. Setton, PhD, Lucy and Stanley Lopata Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering & Orthopaedic Surgery at Washington University, St Louis.

May 1, 2017   2:00pm    POSTER
'Engineering Drug Depots to Target Local Inflammation'
McKellar Room | UCC 290 | University Community Centre Reception to follow at The Wave. All Welcome

Dr. Setton’s research is focused on understanding the mechanisms for degeneration and regeneration of soft tissues of the musculoskeletal system, including the intervertebral disc, articular cartilage, and meniscus. Her transdisciplinary research program combines mechanical engineering, materials synthesis, and cell and molecular biology to develop therapies for musculoskeletal pathologies. 

The lecture series and graduate student award was established to highlight outstanding contributions to the field of musculoskeletal research in honour of Dr. Suzanne Bernier, a wonderful colleague, collaborator and mentor, who passed away in 2007.


Dr. A. Rizkalla awarded a Collaborative Research Seed Grant

April - Congratulations to Dr. Amin Rizkalla (Oral Biology, Schulich Dentistry and Dept of Medical Biophysics) for his project entitled:
‘Optimization of 3D-Printed Porous Titanium Constructs for Craniofacial Reconstuction’
Co-Investigators include Dr. Henry Lapointe (Schulich Dentistry) and Dr. Yara Hosein (Engineering).

Collaborative Research Seed Grants (CRSG) provide recipients with seed funding for the formation and development of new interdisciplinary collaborative research teams. The intent is to promote new collaborations that build on different scientific and scholarly backgrounds, to facilitate breakthroughs in solving research questions in a collaborative manner, and to position the School's researchers to successfully respond to targeted requests for proposals from Tri-Council or other funding agencies.  Read more on Schulich News

Dentistry Seminar Series - Keith Kirkwood, DDS, PhD

Dr. KirkwoodApril 19 - Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture by Dr. Keith Kirkwood, Associate Dean for Research, Professor and Chair, Department of Oral Health Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina

Therapeutic Opportunities to Control Osteoclastogenesis in Periodontitis
12:30pm | H101| All Welcome   Poster/Abstract


DART Seminardrmiron.jpg - Dr. Richard Miron, PhD, DDS

April 12 - Dr. Richard Miron, PhD, DDS, presented a seminar entitled, ‘Next Generation Biomaterials for Bone and Periodontal Regeneration'. Dr. Miron is currently an Adjunct Professor in the department of Periodontology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. From 2015-2016, he was the head of the Oral Cell Biology Laboratory at the University of Bern Switzerland under Chairs Professor Anton Sculean (Periodontology) and Daniel Buser (Oral Surgery). His main research interests involve the use of growth factors used for bone and periodontal regeneration, osteoinductive bone grafting materials; collagen barrier membranes and guided bone regeneration in implant dentistry.

Recently our ability to accurately describe biological events that take place during bone regeneration has drastically been improved by advancements made in the fields of cell and molecular biology. This talk discussed the future field of osteoinductive materials including the recent advancements made in synthetic osteoinductive bone grafts. Furthermore, the development of a liquid formulation of enamel matrix derivative (Osteogain) for bone and periodontal regeneration, as well as the bone-inducing properties of BMP9 were discussed. Lastly, advancements in centrifugation protocols were presented as key modifications to platelet rich fibrin (PRF) therapies.  

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March 29 - DART Journal Club

Yuliya Mulyar, DDS 2017, presented a paper entitled “Isolation of Infective Zika Virus from Urine and Saliva of Patients in Brazil”.


 David Zuanazzi presented with the 2016-2017 CADR-NCOHR Student Research Award

David & KarlaMarch - David Zuanazzi, DDS, MSc (PhD Student) and Karla Crosara, DDS (MSc Student) from Schulich Dentistry presented posters at the 95th General Session & Exhibition of the IADR / 41st Annual Meeting of the CADR in San Francisco in March. Both students are supervised by Dr. Walter Siqueira (Schulich Dentistry).

At this annual meeting, Zuanazzi was presented with the 2016-2017 CADR-NCOHR Student Research Award for achieving second place in the Canadian Senior Clinical Science category for his work "Detection of Zika virus in saliva by mass spectrometry-based proteomic/ peptidomic”.


Student Profiled in 'The Bridge' - Jennifer Archibald, DDS 2017

Jennifer ArchibaldJennifer Archibald was one of several Schulich Dentistry students who travelled to Jamaica this past summer to provide free dental care for one week to the islanders. It was just one in a long line of experiential learning opportunities she has enjoyed during her dentistry training. Archibald is a big picture thinker. And for her, the journey to becoming a dentist has included more than long hours studying and refining her skills in the simulation lab and clinic. It has meant asking important research questions, working at the bench, volunteering with the Dental Outreach Community Service (DOCS) program, working in a community hospital in Moose Factory and a soup kitchen in London, and teaching young people the benefits of good oral health through the DOCSKids program, all while mentoring her peers.

Passionate about research
, Archibald has spent three summers involved with the School’s Summer Student Research Program. She enjoyed rewarding research experiences after her first year with Graeme Hunter, PhD, and Harvey Goldberg, PhD, when she focused on biomineralization, and during her second year with Drs. Jacinta Santos and Gildo Santos when she completed a clinical evaluation of different treatment options for tooth restoration.  Learn more - The Bridge

Dental Academic Research Trainee (DART) Group Seminar - Dr. Nicole Neil

February 22 - Dr. Nicole Neil, PhD, BCBA-D (Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Western University and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst), presented a seminar entitled, ‘Creating an inclusive practice for patients with developmental disabilities’. Dr. Neil currently teaches graduate courses in Applied Behaviour Analysis and is Coordinator of the MPED in Applied Behavior Analysis.  She has been working with individuals with developmental disabilities for over 10 years as a researcher and clinician. Her areas of expertise include assessment and intervention of challenging behaviour and improving communication.

Oral health care is the most prevalent unmet health care need among children with developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder and Down syndrome. They present with unique challenges in oral health care because behaviour management may be challenging and their medical history may be complex. This talk will give an overview of the oral health care needs of individuals with developmental disabilities, and provide evidence-based strategies to make the dental visit a pleasant experience.  Various adaptations a dentist can make to create an inclusive practice for individuals with disabilities will be outlined.  POSTER

Dentistry Seminar Series - Thomas Diekwisch, DMD, PhD

DiekwicshFebruary 15 - Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture byThomas Diekwisch, DMD, PhD, Professor and Chair, Dept of Periodontics, Director, Center for Craniofacial Research and Diagnosis, Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, TX.

‘Epigenetic characteristics, genetic profiles, and regenerative potential of periodontal progenitors’.  12:30pm | H101| All Welcome


15 Summer research studentships awarded

February - The summer student research program provides an opportunity for students enrolled in the DDS program to contribute to clinical and basic science research being performed in Schulich Dentistry. Stipends normally are for a period of 12 weeks. Each year, there are a limited number of Studentships awarded by competition. 15 Research Projects were funded for the summer of 2017. Congratulations to the following students who were awarded a Summer Research Studentship:

Students / Projects

Student Supervisor(s) Project Title
Mohamad Abu Sharkh
DDS 2020
Khadry Galil
Tim Wilson
Elimination of palatal injection: Diffusion potential of the buccal vestibule
Amr Alsabbagh
DDS 2020
Mark Darling
Zia Khan
Culture of tongue carcinoma primary cell line CRL-1628 SCC-25 with mutations CDKN2A and TP53
Ashwin Baskaran|
DDS 2020
Harvey Goldberg Characterization of the Periodontal Defect in the BSP-Null Rat
Kim Beaucage
DDS 2018
Jeff Dixon Ectopic  calcification of the mandibular symphysis in mice lacking ENT1
Yoon Chi
DDS 2020
Frank Beier Characterization of TMJ osteoarthritis in aging mice
Sari Johnston
DDS 2019
Michael Shimizu
Ali Tassi
Aesthetic Outcome of Maxillomandibular Advancement Surgery for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome
Shawna Kim
DDS 2019
Doug Hamilton Regulation of periostin-mediated fibronectin synthesis in gingival fibroblasts by ERK1/2
Sarah McVey
DDS 2020
Andrew Leask Does fibrosis promote cancer metastasiis?
Casandra Merrill
DDS 2020
Andrew Leask Does fibrosis promote cancer metastasis via CCN1?
Katie Dhaliwal
DDS 2020
Walter Siqueira C. Albicans biofilm formation on acrylic resin coated with a hybrid peptide
Mohammad Parsanejad
DDS 2020
Doug Hamilton Influence of nanometric topography on human gingival cell physiology
Imad Siddique
DDS 2019
Jacinta Santos
Gildo Santos Jr.
Five-year clinical performance of complex amalgam and resin composite restorations placed by dental students
Sumeeta Warraich
DDS 2020
Jeff Dixon
Cheryle Séguin
Mechanism underlying ectopic calcification of the mandibular symphysis in mice lacking ENT1
Shokoufeh Yaseri
DDS 2020
Amin Rizkalla Novel Bioactive Covalently Bonded Hybrid Coatings on Titanium Surfaces
Andrei Zaharia
DDS 2019
Amin Rizkalla Bioactive, Fast-Setting and Injectable Bone Cements for Craniofacial Reconstruction



Dentistry Seminar Series - Philip Trackman, PhD

Dr. TrackmanJanuary 18 - Schulich Dentistry Research Seminar Series presents a lecture by Philip Trackman, PhD, Director, Graduate Programs in the Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, Professor, Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston University. 

‘Mechanisms of Oral Cancer Promotion by Lysyl Oxidase-Like-2’   12:30pm | H101| All Welcome