published an article in the fall 2010 issue of the Journal of the American College of Dentists. “Maximizing Beneficence and Autonomy: Ethical Support for the Use of Nonpharmacological Methods for Managing Dental Anxiety.”
Nick Shane is a coauthor of the piece.
was selected as the winner for the OKU Charles Craig Teaching
Award by the national organization.
Dental Public Health, has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how hospital emergency departments provide non-traumatic dental treatment.
General Dental Science, has been selected as a Features Thinker for the TMD & Oral Facial Pain section of BestThinking.com
was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) based on my “significant contributions to the field”.
Researchers at MUSoD received a grant from the NIJ. The team is led by Drs. L.T. Johnson (PI) and T. Radmer (co-I) also includes Mr. T. Wirtz as well as several researchers in Biomedical Engineering and at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The grant will provide support for 3 years and is worth more than $715,000.
Surgical Sciences, was one of the winners in the worldwide
General Dental Sciences, took First Place in the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics 2010 Tylman Research Awards. He will present his research at the annual meeting in Chicago this February.
General Dental Sciences, has published an article in the Journal ofOrofacial Pain, v24, n3, 2010 titled, “Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of RCT evaluating Intraoral Orthoprdic Appliances for TMD”
Developmental Sciences, has been selected to
will be presenting an abstract entitled
among Children in the U.S." at the 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting Nov. 6-10 in Denver. Dr. Cesar Gonzalez is a co-author.
Director of Central Services, was named “Central Services Manager of the Year”. The award was sponsored by AESCULAP
and presented at the annual meeting of the International Association ofHealthcare Central Service Material Management.
Central Sterilization Supervisor recently completed her International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management course and exam. She is now a Registered Certified Central Service Technician.
has been accepted to the Marquette University Scholarship of Engagement Faculty Learning Community for 2010-2011. This community will come together to focus on best practices in service learning and community based research. Dr. Abena will receive a $1500 - $2000 stipend to create a new service learning course or significantly enhance a course that already utilizes service learning.
presented “Emerging Technology in Patterned Injury Investigation” at the Advances in Forensic Medicine & Pathology conference at the University of Michigan Medical School in early May, as well as at the annual meeting of the Midwest Crime Laboratory Directors in mid May.
had a publication titled “A Systematic Review of Dental Disease in Patients Undergoing Cancer Therapy” accepted in the journal Supportive Care in Cancer.
published a review on treatment of gingival recession in Dental Clinics of North America recently.
presented “Tongue Spur for the Correction of Open Bites. What are the CurrentEvidences?” during the 2010 American Association of Orthodontists annual meeting in early May.
has been selected as the Pediatric Dentist of the Year by the American Academy of Pediatric dentistry. He will receive the award May 30 in Chicago.
earned the Award for Excellence in Cosmetic Dentistry for the case that was presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry annual meeting.
was the recent recipient of the American Academy of Periodontology’s Teaching and Mentoring Award.
was honored at the Pere Marquette dinner as a recipient of the 2010 Rev.John P. Raynor S.J. Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence. Dr. Koenig is the first recipient of this award by a faculty member from the School of Dentistry since 1987.
Director of Continuing Education and Alumni Relations at
the Dental Schoolhas received a Marquette University Excellence in
Service Award for 2010.
Dr. Albert Abena & 3 others from the university were awarded financial support from the Simmons Religious Commitment Fund for "Life with Dignity, Beliefs, Practices & Economic Diversity Speaker". The fund finances small projects to provide seed money for programs & events that deepen the religious nature of Marquette University.
Raghav Puri, a first year graduate resident in Dr. Berzin’s Dental Biomaterials MS program, was elected to chair MU’s Graduate Student Organization.
Dr. Nicolas Shane has been awarded the MUSOD Part Time Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award for 2010. Congratulations!
have been inducted into the Honor Society of Jesuit Institutions of Higher Education; Alpha Sigma Nu
Dr. Gerry Bradley, Orthodontics, recently passed his recertification of the Orthodontics specialty board.
An article on Dr. Francisco Alencar's research of myofacial pain is featured in Marquette University's Discover magazine on research & scholarship 2010.
Marquette University School of Dentistry will honor two of its graduates at the Dental Alumni Awards dinner. Dr. Kathryn Atchison will be the 2010 Distinguished Alumna in Dentistry and Dr. Ken Waliszewski will receive the 2010 Dental Service Award.
Several Faculty and Administrators presented at recent annual meetings for Dental Education (ADEA) and Dental Research (AADR). Presenter list.
Dr. Gerald Ziebert has received the first ever Garver-Staffanou, Prosthodontic Program Director Award for Excellence, from the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics.
Dr. Harshit Aggarwal, assistant professor in Prosthodontics, won the 1st prize at the 82nd annual meeting of the American Prosthodontic Society for the presentation “Quantification of mandibular flexion. A pilot study.”
On February 5, 2010, the Pediatric Dentistry clinic at Marquette University School of Dentistry hosted Give Kids a Smile Day. A total of 63 patient received care, with an estimated treatment value totaling $17,531. Thank you to Dr. Cesar Gonzalez, Dr. Brian Hodgson, Dr. Laurin Rackham, Dr. Bob Henschel, Dr. Terry Geary, Dr. Lorraine Pagel, Dr. Lynn Lepak-McSorley, Dr. John Moser, Dr. Jim Markenson, Dr. Jose Bartolomei, Dr. Jerry Jelacic, Dr. Chris McAboy and Dr. Kathy Schrubbe for helping make it a huge success. Great job!
They published "The Quantification of Tooth Displacement" in the Journal of Forensic Identification 60 (1), 2010
The Village at Manor Park has once again generously donated $25,000 to the MUSOD Student Activity Fund. The Village at Manor Park is our partner in putting on the annual “Thriller at Miller” held each Summer at Miller Park.
Dr. Rick Kushner D’77 – Rick and his wife Cindy along with his company have pledged $500,000 to fund the Comfort Dental/Dr. Rick and Cindy Kushner Scholarship Fund. Five $10,000 grants will be made each year.
Dr. Dawei Liu will receive a Regular Research Grant from Marquette University
MUSoD participated in the ADA “Give Kids a Smile” Program. The program began in 2002 and since then has grown enormously with thousands of dollars in free care provided to underserved children. This year’s screening day at MUSoD was held on Saturday, January 23rd