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NIH-Funded Study to Test Cavity-Fighting Liquid at Three Clinical Sites
Research Will Develop Strong Yet Natural-Looking Materials for Restorative Dentistry
Pearls’ Tough Structures Hold Clues for Creating Hardy Materials, With Possibilities from Dentistry to Aerospace
Study to Focus on Bronx School-based Cavity Prevention Dental Programs
Communication and social support emerged as key themes in the reports
Aim is to increase student and faculty engagement in interprofessional collaborative care
Finding may have implications for the clinical treatment of pain
The research has the potential to lead to the development of novel therapeutic approaches to oral cancer pain.
Dr. Scheff to investigate whether immune cells in the oral cancer environment contribute to sex differences in oral cancer pain.
Researchers from NYU Dentistry are investigating a protein found inside the spicules of a sea urchin embryo to understand what makes these proteins such efficient ‘brick organizers’