2018 Seminars

The Schulich Dentistry Seminar Series presents Research Seminars featuring recognized clinical and basic scientists with established research programs relevant to oral health or craniofacial biology.  Speakers can be from any area of dental research, including preventive dentistry, oral health services, clinical, biomedical or biomaterials. These seminars are mainly attended by faculty, staff and students within the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, but all are welcome.

2018 Seminar Speakers


May 15, 2018   Poster/Abstract
DSB 0010 | 12:30pm | All welcome

Alpdoğan Kantarci, DDS, PhD

Associate Professor, Dept. 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'

Dr CaoFebruary 27, 2018  Poster/Abstract
DSB 0010 | 12:30am | All welcome

Zhengguo Cao, DDS, PhD
Chair and Professor, Department of Periodontology
Key Laboratory for Oral Biomedical Engineering of Ministry of Education
School of Stomatology, Wuhan University, China

‘Role of CyPA/EMMPRIN/MMP in the pathogenic mechanism of Periodontitis and Regulation of Osx and miRNA on the differentiation of cementoblast'

Dr. QuinonezFebruary 21, 2018  Poster/Abstract
DSB 0010 | 12:30pm | All welcome

Carlos Quiñonez, DMD, PhD
Associate Professor, Faculty of Dentistry
Director, Specialty Training Program in Dental Public Health
University of Toronto

'The politics of dentistry'

KantarciJanuary 17, 2018  Poster/Abstract
DSB 0010 | 10:30am | All welcome

Jacques E. Nor, DDS, MS, PhD  

Donald A Kerr Professor of Dentistry
Professor and Chair, Department of Cariology, Restorative Sciences, Endodontics
Professor of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering
Professor of Otolaryngology, Medical School, University of Michigan

'Therapeutic targeting of head and neck cancer stem cells'