April 20, 2017 9am-3pm (REB Auditorium) Celebrating 150 Years of Science at HSDM Research talks by Drs. Andreia Ionesco, Sook-Bin Woo, Agnes Berendsen, Francesca Gori, Gili Naveh, Shigemi Nagai, and Giuseppe Intini.
April 20, 2017 3pm (REB Auditorium) Reception to Follow Goldhaber Award Lecture Professor Laurie McCauley presenting, Osteal Macrophages: Micromanagers of Skeletal Homeostasis
Research Education Building: Lobby, Auditorium & REB 109
April 19, 2017 9am-3pm (REB Lobby) Student Research Day DMD, MMSc, DMSc, PhD and Postdoctoral Fellows’ poster presentations.
April 19, 2017 3pm (REB Auditorium) Reception to Follow Annual Lecture in Behavioral Medicine and Dentistry Professor Emeritus Donald Giddon presenting, Revolution Redux, 150 Years After Beginning The First University Dental School
The Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA, Rm: LBCC - S-7
Can you train oral health care providers to provide both dental care and limited primary medical care? Is this a desirable path for dentistry? What services would these dentists provide? What health outcomes could be achieved? This symposium explores the possible future of this idea, including the concept of three levels of training: medically competent oral physicians; technically proficient dentists with less medical expertise; and mid-level providers. You will engage in debate with thought-leaders in dentistry and dental education about this possible future direction for dentistry. Read more about ADEA Symposium "Three Levels of Oral Health Providers: Oral Physician, Dentist and Dental Therapist"
Keynote Reimagining the Future of Global Healthcare by Dr. Paul Farmer, MD, PHD
HMS Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine, Chief of the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston and Co-founder of international and social justice organization, Partners in Health.