Provide didactic education and clinical supervision of undergraduate and post-graduate students in Orthodontics. Mentoring of postgraduate students master's thesis research and actively engage in research activities leading to publication in professional journals and seek external research funding. Participate in service activities in the department, college, university and the outside dental education community. There is also an opportunity to participate in the College of Dentistry's University Dental Associates practice or outside practice.
DDS/DMD or foreign equivalent degree
Certificate in Orthodontics from a CODA accredited program will need to be completed prior to date of hire.
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