UB School of Dental Medicine News


UB to hold ribbon cutting for new 40-foot-long mobile dental clinic Google 翻訳
New mobile dental clinic will help remove barriers to care for underserved populations in Western New York.

The evolution of mucus: How did we get all this slime? Google 翻訳
In mammals, proteins called mucins evolved — again and again — by co-opting non-mucin proteins in a surprising way, study suggests.

UB’s Destination Dental School receives award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine
Destination Dental School – a program that aims to remove barriers to careers in dentistry for underrepresented students – received the   2022   Inspiring Programs in STEM Award.

Pre-dental pathway programs partner to improve diversity in dentistry Google 翻訳
UB's Destination Dental School and Native American Pre-Dental Student Gateway Program partnered to remove barriers to careers in dentistry for underrepresented students.

AAMC awards UB national grant to teach health sciences students how to tackle, overcome medical disinformation Google 翻訳
UB has been awarded an important grant from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) that supports teaching health sciences students how to dispel medical disinformation.

UB receives $550,000 to provide dental care to people who are homeless, uninsured in WNY Google 翻訳
The care will be delivered through the UB S-Miles To Go program using the university’s mobile dental clinics.

NIDCR director to deliver lecture on state of oral health at UB Google 翻訳
NIDCR director Rena D’Souza will visit UB to deliver a report on the status of oral health in the U.S. and discuss the importance of equity, diversity and inclusion within the biomedical sciences.

With her degree from UB at 18, dental school awaits Google 翻訳
Monique Kapur-Mauleon will begin a five-year degree program that combines a master’s in oral sciences with a doctor of dental surgery from the UB School of Dental Medicine.

Developer of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine is keynote speaker at UB Alumni Weekend Google 翻訳
On June 4, Drew Weissman will visit UB to tell the truly amazing story of how he and his research partner co-developed the mRNA technology that made the COVID-19 vaccines possible.

Study: Carbs, sugary foods may influence poor oral health Google 翻訳
Research on postmenopausal women identifies associations between commonly eaten foods and the diversity and composition of oral bacteria.

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