Left to right, top to bottom: Connor Van, John Calabrese, Steven Tucker, Sunnie Kuna, Courtney Silva, Lauren Hagspiel, and Jossana Rasla (D19s)
Left to right: Alisha Anand (D18), Gabrielle Lieberman (D19), and Grace Kim (D19)
Brandon Wong (D18)
Right: Mia Russo (D19)
Right: Kevin Campbell (D18)
Left to right: Lauren Hagspiel, Sunnie Kuna, Jossana Rasla, Courtney Silva, Connor Van, Steven Tucker (D19s)
Left to right: Nari Park, Grace Kim, Gabrielle Lieberman (D19s)
Left to right, top to bottom: Sagar Kumar (D19), Leigh Zhao (D18), Gabrielle Lieberman (D19), Mia Russo (D19), Alexandra Naski (D18), Kevin Campbell (D18), Nari Park (D19), Grace Kim (D19), Alisha Anand (D18), Kesang Norbhu (IS18)
On June 10, 2017, members of the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD) participated in Special Olympics Special Smiles MA. Almost 40 representatives from TUSDM provided the amazing athletes with oral screenings and OHI, mouth guards, and fluoride varnish. Athletes visited the Special Smiles stations in the hockey arena and enjoyed food and games outdoors in between their sporting events.
Gabrielle Lieberman (D19) shares her experience:
“I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Special Olympics: Special Smiles through AADMD. It was an enriching experience. Alongside other dental students, I was involved with oral health screenings and recording any findings. It was an exciting and enjoyable day and it was such a privilege to work with the athletes. The look on the kids’ faces when they would explain to you either the sport they competed in or when showing off their medals they won was pure joy. Working and interacting with athletes with special needs was good practice in building interpersonal skills. The team effort amongst the dental students in working with the special needs population built a network that we can continue to develop throughout our careers.”
To learn more about this and many other community service opportunities that AADMD offers, join the Facebook group and e-mail email@example.com to be added to the e-mail list.
Monday, June 12th, information session for students and faculty for the ADEA Academic Dental Careers Fellowship Program (ADCFP), from 12-1 p.m. in the 14th Floor CE Classroom. The ADCFP is for students interested in exploring academic dentistry as a career. Click HERE for more details. Faculty who are interested in being mentors for this program should also attend. Students looking for mentors for this program may be able to find one during this info session. We can also help match people.
Students from all years in good standing are encouraged to apply. Postdoctoral students should obtain permission from their program directors first.
Applications are due July 7: Application Materials
Lunch will be provided for those who RSVP. Please email Dr. Saksena to do so, or if you have any questions.
The Periodontology Study Club is happy to invite all students interested in pursuing a career in periodontics to attend this year’s Perio Residency Q&A Session!
Hear from TUSDM perio residents Dr. Michael Kreitzer and Dr. Angela Wang about their experience as residents and future periodontists and ask them all your burning questions. This session is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the residency application process, residency life, and the transition from school to the real world. Lunch will be provided.
When: Wednesday, May 17 @ 12:00pm
Where: Room 773
**Space is limited, so please RSVP HERE by Friday, May 12, to attend!**
We look forward to seeing you soon!
TUSDM’s cultural student organization invites you to the first ever TUSDM multicultural night!!! It will be held in the Merritt Auditorium on Monday, April 24th! Dinner will begin at 6:30PM and performances will begin at 7:30PM. Come celebrate and learn about all of the unique backgrounds, cultures, religions, etc. that make up our Tufts community!!
We hope to see you all there (:
The Women in Leadership Initiative will be hosting our Spring 2017 Event that focuses on Female Leaders in the Clinic Setting. We are inviting all D18 & D19 women to attend our seminar on leadership in the clinic.
This event is unique in that it is student-run and that we will be showcasing D17 female students on a panel who are leaders in clinic today. Following the panel, we will continue the discussion centered around scenarios that women may face in clinic. There will also be time for connecting with other students and faculty after the panel and round table discussions.
Please join us on April 27, 2017 from 4:30 – 7:00 pm in Sackler 114 (dinner will be provided). RSVP HERE! The deadline to register is April 24, 2017 at 5:00 pm, so sign up now!
The MDS Boston District and New Dentist Committee have planned a wonderful event for new dentists, dental students/residents, and anyone interested in practice ownership on April, 7 at 5:30PM. The event is coming up in 4 days and will be capped at 40 participants so if you’re interested, sign up early!
The evening will start with an hour of food plus beer and wine, and a panel session led by Drs. Michael Cooper, Mario Lucca, Sathish Palayam, and Rosie Wagner. There will be an additional hour at the end for continued food and drinks to network as well. The coordinators have planned it specifically without any corporate sponsors to hear the true stories about their journeys from our colleagues. Mario and Rosie will talk about their experience with their startups as an oral surgeon and a general dentist, and Michael and Sathish will talk about their stories on practice transition and acquisitions.
The event will be held on the 19th floor of the Hancock Tower on Clarendon street in Boston with a stunning panoramic view of the city. Cost to attend is $25 and to register, follow the link: panelseries.bpt.me
Hope to see many of you there on Friday 4/7!
Please join the Head and Neck Cancer Organization (HANCO)
as we host our very first Specialists Panel on Friday, April 21
st from 4:30-6:30pm
in the Alumni Lounge (15th floor)! Various medical and dental professionals will come together to talk about their experiences and provide their expertise in regards to the diagnosis and treatment of head and neck cancer. This panel will integrate specialties such as Oral Pathology, Medicine, Oral Surgery, and more!
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