Mexican students tap into Tufts’ dental sleep medicine curriculum
Strategic planning initiative charts a course for the dental school
Brain science may offer answers
'Guided imagery' can help patients relax in the chair
The end of one career leads to the beginning of another
Jenny Citrin, D14, invents a computer game that helps kids teach kids about oral health
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A new book by Joseph Alexiou, A06, traces the history of the poisoned and picturesque Gowanus waterw...
Tufts researchers use artificial intelligence to explain why some cells deviate from normal developm...
Tufts researchers find that cells from dental pulp could be used to treat the sight-stealing disease...
Multipurpose cells could act as biological repair kits, treating diseases that won’t get better on their own
Good research is the foundation of good practice, ADA exec says
21st-century challenges will transform dental schools
Minna Kim, D03, says her dental education was first rate