Editor’s note: Carmen Molina works for Ostrow’s Community Oral Health Programs, where she serves as a promotora. In that role, Molina functions as a liaison between dental professionals and the community, helping to educate community members about the importance of oral health. We asked her how her job inspires her. BY CARMEN MOLINA When I was […]
Ostrow researcher and assistant professor Amy-Merrill Brugger receives $2 million NIH grant for research on craniofacial birth defects. Click here to read more.
Continuously growing rodent incisors could hold answers to regenerating teeth in laboratory, according to a USC research team—led by Dr. Yang Chai—whose study was published in recent issue of Developmental Cell.
Editor’s Note: The following story was printed in the fall 2014 issue of TroDent. Click here for the entire issue. In 2011, Dr. David Eggleston began a Hiking/Jogging Scholarship at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry. The scholarship has grown in popularity during the past three years. This year’s hike paid almost $30,000 (divided into shares) to students who participated. Those who beat Eggleston hiking to the mountaintop, and those jogging under an […]
Meet Leslie McGovern, one of the first to graduate from Ostrow’s Master’s of Science in Dental Hygiene program. BY HOPE HAMASHIGE As a practicing dental hygienist, Lesley McGovern MS ’14 was always one to take advantage of opportunities to learn. She took continuing education courses, attended meetings of the Los Angeles Dental Hygiene Society […]