As a researcher, Nascimento contributes to dentistry’s evidence base through her study of the ammonia-producing capabilities of oral bacteria.
He had a long, impactful career as a researcher, a teacher and a leader in our profession and our college.
Their goal is to increase understanding of CRISPR gene function, and how they contribute to bacterial fitness, virulence and immune response.
Gibson and Davey are investigating how a group of lipid molecules participate in periodontal health and disease.
Dr. Alisa Johnson is now a research assistant professor at the College of Dentistry after serving as a postdoctoral associate and visiting scholar.
The award funds research to investigate Sjögren’s Syndrome, an autoimmune condition that mainly affects the salivary and lachrymal glands.
The program delivers an extensive breadth and depth of training to basic and clinician scientists in areas designated as high priority by the NIDCR.
Natalie Ateyo and Seung Jin "James" Jang are both pursuing a dual degree as DMD/PhD students.
Dental science is leveraging artificial intelligence-based solutions to help automate operations and make dental treatment faster and more effective.
Valdés Hernández’s area of expertise is in neuroimaging and the underlying mechanisms and physics of brain image formation.