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The Penn Dental Medicine Annual Giving Fund provides essential support for the School’s highest priorities, funds critical to the School’s success in adapting its programs to stay at the forefront of dental medicine.
Show your pride by naming a seat in either the enhanced William W.M. Cheung Auditorium (formerly B-60) or the Arthur E. Corby Auditorium (formerly B-13).
Naming opportunities remain to make a lasting legacy in the historic Main Clinic – now the state-of-the-art Robert I. Schattner Clinic – the new Schattner Pavilion, and the Henry Schein Cares Clinic in Honor of Edward and Shirley Shils.
Help open the doors to a Penn Dental Medicine education. Opportunities for term and endowed scholarship aid can be established to support pre-doctoral (DMD) or graduate dental (GD) students at the School.
This care center is a one-of-a-kind enterprise dedicated to improving the oral health, and in turn, the quality of life for people with all forms of disability.
The Center will unite health researchers, educators, and practitioners to seek creative solutions to address unmet global oral health needs.
A partnership with Penn’s School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, the Center aims to accelerate discovery and translation of new therapies, diagnostics, and devices to address unmet needs in oral health and train the next generation of leaders in oral health care innovation.
Under the direction of Dr. Patricia Corby, Assistant Dean for Translational Research, the Center provides centralized support to researchers within Penn Dental Medicine who conduct human subjects research .
The Fund supports PA-licensed hygienists to collaborate on research projects with Penn Dental Medicine faculty.
Supporting research into biases against LGBTQ people in the dental field, the Fund will also help the School work to eliminate biases against LGBTQ people in dentistry.