More than 100 Ostrow faculty and students provided free comprehensive dental care last week to athletes as part of the Special Olympics Healthy Athletes Program.
Ostrow associate professor Pascal Magne has been selected by the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics as its distinguished lecturer for 2016.
Ostrow researcher and assistant professor Amy-Merrill Brugger receives $2 million NIH grant for research on craniofacial birth defects. Click here to read more.
Drs. George Cho and Rafael Roges have been recently appointed to endowed professorships …
Ostrow researchers are closer than ever to being able to regrow enamel, thanks in part to a recent scientific discovery published in the latest issue of the journal Biomaterials.
Ostrow faculty members among most read, cited authors in last year’s Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry
The 2014 performance review is in for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry—and Ostrow faculty members fared very well.
Harold Slavkin ’61, DDS ’65 will be awarded a prestigious Honorary Degree from McGill University in Montreal, Canada at the upcoming spring convocation later this month.
Alireza Moshaverinia PhD ’12, PROS ’12 has received a 2015 Zumberge Individual Research Award …
Research took center court at the USC Galen Center on March 25 as the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC held its 8th annual Research Day, USC’s largest event dedicated solely to scientific inquiry and discovery.
Ostrow researcher Yang Chai’s scientific discovery could lead to effective biological treatment for a common birth defect
Ostrow researchers have discovered which stem cells are responsible for the growth of craniofacial bones in mice—a finding that could have a profound impact …