Courtney Chandler

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Latest News from the Division of Periodontology

The division of periodontology at UConn School of Dental Medicine recently celebrated several resident and faculty achievements in research and professional development.

Dental Students Celebrate Week of Inclusion

Spread the Word—a global engagement campaign that empowers leaders and peers to strive towards inclusion—is the inspiration behind the Week of Inclusion.

A simple, portable, CRISPR-powered microfluidic biosensor for HIV virus detection using a personal glucose meter.

UConn Researcher Develops Simple, Affordable HIV Testing Device

'This technology has the potential to bring point of care HIV testing to settings where early diagnosis and monitoring during treatment are critical'

Fourth-Year Student Wins ADA Health Literacy Contest

This year's theme emphasized the importance of dental health and overall health

Dental Care For Kids: Urgent vs. Emergent Situations

UConn pediatric dental experts provide top tips for tiny teeth

An MRI of a knee joint, showing damage to the bones.

Researchers: Combining Two Bone Healing Remedies Can Inhibit Bone Growth and Regeneration

The study shows how important timing and location are to bone growth and proper healing

Dental Match Day for the Class of 2023

“Our students place in some of the most competitive residency programs nationally and it is a reflection of their hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellence," said School of Dental Medicine Dean Dr. Steven Lepowsky

Dental Students’ Day of Service

Students in the School of Dental Medicine honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through acts of service in the community.

Rulebreakers Even Among the Bad Guys: Researchers Unravel a Population of ‘Cheating’ Cells in Cancers

The research—unraveling a unique phenomenon— answers several conundrums about cancer, while opening new lines of scientific inquiry

A Fall Full of Service

A city clean-up, a blood drive, fundraisers, school visits, and screenings at a Special Olympics event were among the service activities that School of Dental Medicine students participated in during the fall season.