The $12K grant will support the college's participation in the Prevention, Maintenance and Supportive Care Curriculum Pilot Program.
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 ranks fourth among public institutions and has been ranked in the Top 10 among dental schools in NIH funding since 2006.
Nascimento is responsible for managing the DCRU and will assist colleagues with developing clinical research protocols and preparing IRB applications.
As program director, she is responsible for oversight of the didactic, preclinical and clinical predoctoral curriculum for the endodontics.
Carol Stewart received the Distinguished Faculty Award from the Organization of Teachers of Oral Diagnosis during the AAOM Annual Meeting.
Dr. Pereira will begin her role as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs following the retirement of Venita Sposetti, D.M.D., in fall 2019.
This is the first time in the history of the AAOMP that the recipient of the Waldron Award was a first-year resident.
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.