Programs / Labs
Research at the College of Dentistry reflects the complex nature of today's health care needs. The scientific basis of dentistry encompasses the diverse tissue systems of the oral cavity and its associated orofacial structures. Many difference approaches are employed, ranging from cell culture and molecular biology to the exploration of new treatment modalities.
Although research is organized into several major programs, a strength of the College of Dentistry has been the consistent level of interaction and collaboration among individuals and across program boundaries. Many projects transcend areas of specialization and are strengthened by shared expertise.
- Biostatistics Unit
- Biomaterials, Bone and Tissue Engineering
- Craniofacial Anomalies Research
- Cariology & Microbiology
- Epidemiology and Behavioral Research
- Health Policy and Outcomes
- Mucosa, Immunology and Oral Cancer
- Office of Clinical Research
Back, l-r: Ettinger, Wefel, Warren, Weber-Gasparoni, Dawson, Denry, Squier, Moreno-Uribe, Avila-Ortiz, Banas
Front, l-r: Hong, Schneider, Kuthy, Kolker, Levy, Elangovan, Holloway
l-r: Armstrong, Caplan, Stanford, Brogden, Wertz
Missing: Drake, Marshall, Drake, Keller, Damiano, Johnson G., Vargas, Lidral, Southard, Cunningham-Ford, Slayton