Margarita Artavia leads an interdisciplinary educational opportunity that brings social work together with dentistry through internships.
A study led by USC researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles finds the adapted environments significantly reduce autistic children’s physiological and behavioral stress.
In exchange for two years of service, National Health Service Corps scholarship recipients have their tuition covered.
Nelson Poliran Jr. admits that, after years of studying in L.A., practicing dentistry in the rural town of Hobbs, N.M., was a bit of a culture shock.
Single-use gowns, paper towels, gloves, plastic packaging and butcher paper can make dental education’s carbon footprint large, but the Ostrow Sustainability Group aims to change that paradigm — teaching dental students how to practice dentistry without trashing the planet.
USC researchers are investigating how a popular antidepressant interacts with pregnant women’s genes to cause craniofacial birth defects.
The mobile clinic collaboration offers comprehensive care for homeless and at-risk veterans, ensuring that they are cavity-free, infection-free and pain-free.
The clinic — operated by the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC and serving thousands annually — won’t let COVID-19 cut down on care for Angelenos in need.
While completing her dental anesthesiology residency in New York, Tiffany Neimar found herself at ground zero of the coronavirus crisis — and responded with passion and leadership.
The prestigious designation puts him in the company of fewer than 20 faculty members across USC.