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Dr. Nicola Partridge Receives $2 Million NIH Grant—Will Mark 30+ Years of Continuous Funding for Parathyroid Hormone Research
Nicola Partridge, PhD, professor of molecular pathobiology at NYU College of Dentistry, has received a $2 million, five-year grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
NYU Dentistry Dental Student Leadership Institute Selects Inaugural Class
Recognizing that dentistry and oral health face challenges and opportunities that will require exceptional leadership as we move forward in the 21st century, NYU Dentistry is prioritizing the development of DDS students to become future leaders for the profession.
NYU Dentistry Convenes 2nd AHEAD Symposium on Access and Care for People with Disabilities
“Confidence, competence, and compassion.” These are three qualities dental providers need when caring for patients with disabilities, said Charles Bertolami, DDS, DMedSc, the Herman Robert Fox Dean of NYU College of Dentistry, speaking at the College’s second AHEAD symposium on April 5.
Patients Reporting Penicillin Allergy Less Likely to Have Successful Dental Implants
Dental implants are more than twice as likely to fail in people who report an allergy to penicillin and are given alternative antibiotics, compared to those given amoxicillin, a new study by researchers at NYU College of Dentistry shows.
Study Reveals Mechanism for Colon Pain and Inflammation
“We identified not only where this receptor is in the digestive tract, but also how it signals inflammation and pain in the colon,” said Nigel Bunnett, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Molecular Pathobiology and the study's senior author.