Lucas Brand DDS ’15 (right) shakes hands with Lieutenant Commander Todd Jacobs of the U.S. Navy after taking his oath of enlistment at Ostrow’s Senior Awards Banquet on May 14. Click here for more pics from the evening.
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 most 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 […]
Nearly 200 servicemembers were provided dental treatment at the Los Angeles Veteran and Families Stand Down 2014. BY JOHN HOBBS MA ’14 From 2001 to 2009, Erick Andino served two tours of duty, nursing his fellow soldiers back to health as a U.S. Navy Corpsman during the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Five years later, […]
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 […]
Part-time faculty member and practicing dentist Mohammad Khalifeh is taking his career to the next level by pursuing an online master’s degree from the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC. BY JAMIE WETHERBE MA ’04 By any measure, Mohammad Khalifeh is a success. The 52-year-old dentist has run a Los Angeles practice for the […]
Carol Gomez Summerhays DDS ’78 will serve as president-elect for a year before ascending to presidency in 2015.
Neimar Sartori spent a large portion of his childhood in the middle of the Amazon and didn’t attend school until age 9. Now, he’s an Ostrow faculty member and conducts groundbreaking research on dental restoration and materials. BY BETH NEWCOMB MPH ’13 As a child, Neimar Sartori could have scarcely imagined he’d one day […]