Donald B. Giddon , DMD, PhD, Clinical Professor of Developmental Biology
Dr. Giddon’s research involves the psychophysical determination of the anthropometric bases of subjective judgments of facial appearance. Other areas of research as a biostatistician include lateralization of pain, other pathology, and perception; and the ratio of dental morphology to the second and fourth digit length.
A new educational project under way includes changing the designation of dentist to oral physician and reevaluating the training of postgraduate master’s- and doctoral-degree students.
Faculty research collaborator
Nina Anderson, PhD