The University of Florida College of Dentistry and the student chapter of the American Association of Women Dentists (AAWD) played host to Girl Scouts Dental Health Patch Day March 18 at the college.
The UFCD Bahamas Mission Trip provides an annual dental home for the children of Andros Island.
On March 13, 100 first grade students at Joseph Williams Elementary School in Alachua County enjoyed getting their “Lessons in a Lunchbox,” a program organized by the UF Student National Dental Association members Jean George, Shahd Nawari and ArNelle Wright, and UFCD Staff Member Kelly Raulerson. …
Dean Isabel Garcia made congressional visits in Washington, D.C., on February 28, along with three current dental students, as part of the American Association for Dental Research Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill. The goal was to help spread the word about the importance of dental, oral and craniofacial research.
On February 18, four dental students, and faculty supervisor Leda Mugayar, D.D.S., joined the Mother and Infant OHI (World’s Greatest Baby Shower Bash Expo) held at Lincoln Middle School. The team from UFCD explained the importance of oral hygiene to pregnant and new mothers using fun props and puppets…
Three of the 15 nationwide Pugh Achievement Award winners are from the University of Florida College of Dentistry.
“Making Safe Moves” is an interprofessional education course and collaboration between the College of Dentistry and the Department of Physical Therapy in the College of Public Health and Health Professions (PHHP) at UF Health.
ArNelle Wright, M.S., a member of the Florida DMD class of 2017, earned a $5,000 scholarship from the DTAF.
Micaela Gibbs, D.D.S., M.H.A., was recently awarded a five-year Health Resources and Services Administration grant of $1.27 million to fund a special program focused on increasing the delivery of oral health care to underserved individuals in Florida, with an emphasis on care for people with special needs. Gibbs is…
How an interdisciplinary group of health students made a concrete difference for one local woman