Congratulations to the six University of Florida College of Dentistry faculty members who received promotions or were approved for tenure.
This is the first time a UFCD researcher has received this prestigious award.
"I cover my face in gratitude to our first responders, and ask that everyone in our community join me." - Dean A Isabel Garcia, DDS, MPH
The Volpe Award was established by the AAP in 2013 to address the retention of top periodontal basic science researchers and educators early in their careers.
Robert Burne is stepping down as oral biology chair on January 1, 2020; Mary Ellen Davey to serve as interim chair.
Congratulations to Mary Ellen Davey, Donald Cohen, Brian Y. Cooper, David Culp and Ann Progulske-Fox.
Yarmola’s long-term research interests encompass biophysics, biochemistry, structural and molecular biology, immunology, biomedical engineering, and nanotechnology.
Moradali became a faculty in September 2019, but has been with the college since 2017, working as a post-doctoral associate in oral biology.
Carson Smith and Marissa Burkholder represented the UF College of Dentistry during the Annual Hinman Student Research Symposium in Memphis.
Congratulations to Dr. John Calise, a post-doc fellow in oral biology, for helping coordinate the Third Annual Florida Translational Cell Biology Symposium.