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Apply Today! — Dental Biomaterials Undergraduate Research Program

Application to the Undergraduate Research Program (2022 - 2023) This is a form to apply to become an undergraduate research student at the Center for Dental Biomaterials Laboratories. After filling this form, your information will be directed to our administration, and you will be participating in the selection…

Welcome New Pre-Dental Students and Pre-Dental Coordinator!

This last Tuesday, we had our first “Pre-dental get together” event to welcome the new pre-dental volunteers joining the pre-dental research program from the Center for Dental Biomaterials. This event was organized by our first pre-dental coordinator, Haya Odeh. Welcome new students! And, welcome, Haya Odeh; we are very…

Congratulations, Lauren Epstein!

Lauren Epstein is a pre-dental student mentored by Dr. Oliveira in the Center for Dental Biomaterials. Lauren has been recently selected to the Emerging Scholars Program. The Emerging Scholars Program grants outstanding full-time undergraduate students a scholarship to perform their research projects. Congratulations, Lauren Epstein, on this accomplishment!…

Pre-Dental Nathalie Sawzuc presents at Nano Day October 11, 2021

“I had such a great experience getting to present at Nano Day. It felt amazing to get to represent the field of dentistry amongst so much groundbreaking nanoparticle materials. Love to bridge the gap between medicine and technology!”Nathalie Sawzuc, Nanoscale Research Facility – Research Service Center – Herbert Wertheim…

In Memoriam: Kenneth Anusavice, DMD, PhD

UF College of Dentistry Emeritus Professor Kenneth Anusavice, D.M.D., Ph.D., passed away on September 30 in Gainesville. He retired in 2010, following 27 years serving on faculty with UFCD. “Dr. Anusavice was well known throughout academic dentistry, particularly for his research in dental biomaterials. He had a long, impactful career…

Machine Shop Update

Hey Users! We’ve recently updated the machine shop so you can cut, grind and trim your samples more precisely. Also, you can customize anything for your experiment. Take a look on the video 🙂 Mateus…