Ostrow School of Dentistry study in Cell Stem Cell sheds light on how hydrogen sulfide deficiencies cause problems with mesenchymal stem cells’ ability to create and maintain bone tissue.
First class taught entirely with new streamlined, learner-centered curriculum graduates this year.
This year’s event was dedicated to former Ostrow Dean Harold Slavkin, who is retiring from the school in June.
Made possible with a gift from dental technology company VITA, the lab provides computer-aided design and manufacturing capabilities for Ostrow students, residents and faculty.
Ostrow study in Cell Stem Cell describes newly identified cell population that helps maintain normal body function.
Seonghong Min PERIO ’14 awarded grant for his proposal on antibody-mediated bone regeneration.
Article in the Journal of Dental Education by Ostrow Associate Dean of Academic Affairs demonstrates how the exam measures student critical- and higher-order thinking skills.
Renowned oral and facial surgeon Mark Urata, alumnus of both the Ostrow School and Keck School of Medicine of USC, will lead the new division.
Epigenetic effects on cell signaling leads healthy stem cells to create benign fibromas in the jaw, according to a study led by Songtao Shi and published in the journal Cell Stem Cell.
Neighborhood Mobile Clinic and Union Rescue Mission clinic each received $5000 in oral care products as part of an Oral Health Month campaign with the Hispanic Dental Association.