the process that epidemiologists use to trace and track contacts of those who may have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
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daughter had a lot of fun. I am so happy too. I have been telling her forever that she doesn’t brush long enough. Her dentist has too. But ever since you all told her to, she
the effects of stress and fear, and how they can cause otherwise rational people to act irrationally. We agreed that it was important to form a cohesive statement of their group
Edward Chan, Ph.D., a professor in the UF College of Dentistry’s Department of Oral Biology, received a one-year grant of $88,500 from the National Institute of Environmental
, creates a potentially vulnerable environment for patients and dental providers. Roberta Pileggi, D.M.D., M.S., was among the first dentists who received the vaccine. “I feel
Research Network (NDPBRN). The goal was to educate the 30 D.M.D. students who attended about the NDPBRN and showcase how they can become involved in the clinical research programs
The University of Florida College of Dentistry Class of 2017 celebrated a major step in their education process during the 2015 Annual White Coat Ceremony on June 19 at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on the UF campus in Gainesville. The ceremony marks the transition from didactic learning and practicing skills...
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Renewal.” Over 31 senior officers from colleges and universities, national organizations, and accrediting associations – many HERS alumnae or board members – served as faculty. For more information about HERS, visit www.hersnet.org.