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 ResearchRecent Publications, Presentations, Awards     April 16, 2014  

 

 

Recent Publications, Presentations, Awards

The School of Dental Medicine faculty, staff, and students are well-known for their research productivity. We are pleased to share this list of publications, presentations, and awards with you.The list will be updated regularly, to include new citations to our scholarly productivity over the past 12 months. We rely on our researchers to keep us informed of their publications, presentations, and awards, so this list may not be complete.

The contact author for each publication and presentation is indicated by bold font. If you are interested in contacting the author, make a note of their name and then find their e-mail address at either University at Buffalo’s directory (http://www.buffalo.edu/directory) or in our matrix of faculty expertise.

Publications

  • Journals and Books
  • Abstracts and Conference Proceedings
  • Other

Presentations

Awards

RESEARCH >

The complete classroom-to-clinic experience provided by Oral Diagnostic Sciences supported by several specialty care clinics including one associated with the Center for Orofacial Pain Research.
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RESEARCH >

For nearly five decades, the School of Dental Medicine has been a national leader in the science behind oral health.
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RESEARCH >

In addition to steady activity in our laboratories and clinics, students and faculty are preparing and submitting abstracts for the annual meeting of the International Association for Dental Research.
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EDUCATION >

As a proud member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), the University at Buffalo is committed to discovery, both basic and applied research, development and scholarship particularly related to oral health and disease.

EDUCATION >

  

Established in 1892, the School of Dental Medicine continues to educate general practitioners, specialists and biomedical scientists in the art and science of oral health through our comprehensive accredited programs.

EDUCATION >

The tradition of practicing dentists taking time to teach is as old as dentistry itself; the central role of practitioners as faculty is as old as the earliest organized dental schools.

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