Dr. Jayne S. Reuben served as a mentor and judge during the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students Nov. 10-13 in Charlotte, N.C. As the largest professional event of its kind in the nation, the conference is designed to encourage underrepresented minority students to pursue advanced training in the biomedical and behavioral sciences. It also provides faculty with resources for facilitating these students’ success.
Reuben was one of 31 active-researcher educators to serve as judges in the neuroscience category. Overall, the conference attracted 1,400 students who participated in poster and oral presentations in 10 sub-disciplines. All undergraduate student presentations were judged by three separate scientists.
Arboleda C, Buschang PH, Camacho JA, Botero P, Roldan S. A mixed longitudinal anthropometric study of craniofacial growth of Colombian mestizos 6-17 years of age. The European Journal of Orthodontics Nov. 22, 2010 (advance access E-publication ahead of print).
Ikeda H, White LW. The rationale for the ribbon arch wire. Orthodontic Practice 1(2):27-31, 2010.
Prats LM, Roberson MJ. Preventing fractures in implant supported removable dentures (with Tom Limoli’s coding sidebar). Dentistry Today December 2010.
Dr. Steve Karbowski attended the American Dental Association/Forsyth Evidence-based Dentistry Course Nov. 1-5 at the Forsyth Institute in Boston. The five-day intensive course focused on human clinical trials and addressed quantitative and qualitative outcomes, risk calculation, diagnosis and systematic reviews. The purpose of the training was to educate and equip clinicians to understand, appraise and implement evidence-based dental treatment and diagnostic options into curriculum, practice and research. The course was taught by Dr. Derek Richards, director of the Oxford Center for Evidence-based Dentistry and founding U.S. editor of the Evidence-based Dentistry Journal.