Dr. Henry Daniell discusses his novel platform for producing and delivering drugs through plants on NPR’s The Pulse with Maiken Scott.
Penn Dental Medicine presented the Global Penn Endo-Perio Symposium, Dec. 6-7, in Krakow and signed a memorandum of understanding with a university there as well.
The lab of Dr. Henry Daniell has successfully paired a receptor that targets neurons with a molecule that degrades the main component of Alzheimer’s plaques,
A study in the lab of Dr. Dana Graves, Professor, Dept. of Periodontics, has shown the molecule FOX01 integral to wound healing.
Spencer is a Manager for DuPont, working on productivity processes across the North American manufacturing and the global Safety, Health, and Environmental organization.
PennSmiles marked 10 years on providing dental care aboard its mobile dental clinic in 2013. Penn News highlights this vital service learning program.
Dr. Hyun Koo recently joined the School as Professor, Department of Orthodontics, coming here from the University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry.
Recently joining the school as Professor of Biochemistry and Pathology, he is pioneering a new way to produce and deliver biopharmaceuticals through plants.
This annual tradition holds symbolic significance for the incoming class as they declare their commitment to assume the responsibilities and obligations of the dental profession.
Dr David Stanton of the Dept of Oral Surgery attempting to identify genetic biomarkers that may play a role in how individuals digest bisphosphonates.
Held June 23-28, the Conference featured presentations by internationally respected researchers on the latest research in periodontology.
More than 550 attendees representing 20 countries attended the 5th International Congress on Adhesive Dentistry (IAD), hosted by Penn Dental Medicine June 14 -15.
In June, Penn Dental Medicine presented symposia in both Taiwan and Beijing and signed a new memorandum of understanding with a dental school in Thailand.
Student Research Day, May 9, turned the spotlight on student research, community service, and the honors programs as students presented posters on their work.
Penn Dental Medicine faculty members were honored by students for excellence in teaching at the school’s Senior Farewell, held May 7.
Matthew Oishi will serve as an officer through 2014-2015. The National Student Research Group is a student-run group that fosters student research in schools nationwide.
Fourth-year student Sara Shah was one of 10 students nationwide to participate in the Academy of General Dentistry 2013 Government Relations Conference.
This was the fifth year that students in Penn Dental Medicine’s Oral Cancer Society organized the event to build awareness of oral cancer.
The University of Pennsylvania presents eight Lindback awards each year. Award winners are determined by nominations and recommendations made by faculty and students.
The ADEA Leadership Institute is a year-long program to develop the nation’s most promising dental educators to become leaders in dental and higher education.