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Dr. Miriam Robbins Receives American Academy of Oral Medicine's Highest Award

April 20, 2021

Dr. Miriam Robbins

Philadelphia – Penn Dental Medicine’s Dr. Miriam Robbins, Professor of Clinical Oral Medicine and Restorative Dentistry, and Director of the School’s Care Center for Persons with Disabilities, has been recognized by the American Academy of Oral Medicine at this year’s recipient of its Craig S. Miller Diamond Pin Award. The award was presented as part of the Academy’s annual meeting, held virtually April 15-17.

The Academy’s highest honor, the Craig S. Miller Diamond Pin Award is presented for exceptional and dedicated service to the Academy.

Dr. Robbins, a Fellow of the Academy, has been involved in the Academy throughout her dental career. She became active in the Academy in 1989 during her residency, going on to serve on a number of committees before being named to the Executive Committee. She served as Assistant Treasurer of the Executive Committee from 2011-2014, as Treasurer from 2014-2016, and went to lead the Academy at President in 2017-2018.

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