The UF College of Dentistry mourns the loss of a much-loved and well-respected colleague.
Dr. Annikka Frostad-Thomas is a 2019 Richard C. Pugh Achievement Award recipient after scoring in the top three percent on the ABPD Qualifying Examination.
Hamrick earned his dental and medical degrees, completed the OMFS residency program and a general surgery internship - all at the University of Florida.
In addition to providing patient care in the college’s faculty practice, Schey teaches periodontology residents and predoctoral students with an emphasis on periodontal education.
The college was awarded for a fifth straight year with a Higher Education Excellence in Diversity, or HEED, Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
Donatelli directs all aspects of orthodontics advanced education including compliance with Commission on Dental Accreditation standards, developing and implementing curriculum, evaluating resident performance and clinical outcomes.
The college’s 10 pediatric residents turned in a perfect 100 percent pass rate on the QE, the first step to becoming Diplomates of the ABPD.
In 2005, more than a third of children from low-income families in Collier and surrounding counties had no access to basic dental care.
Tomar was recognized at the Opening Ceremonies of IADR/AADR/CADR in Vancouver, BC, Canada, on June 19.
Each month, Gator Dentists Dr. Alan Fetner and his wife, Dr. Mary Hartigan, travel from Jacksonville to work alongside residents and predoctoral students in UFCD's periodontology and prosthodontics center.