Spring 2019

Bates Day: A Dental Research Tradition

A record eighty students presented their work.

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Aidee Herman, clinical associate professor of periodontology, speaks with Camila Flach and Le Truong, both D21. Photo: Alonso Nichols

A record eighty students presented posters on March 6 at Bates-Andrews Day, the school’s celebration of student research that dates to the 1930s. Among the projects that received awards were studies about digital planning and outcomes for maxillary sinus elevation, interprofessional relationships among health-sciences students, and long-term survival of dental implants in the Tufts periodontology clinic. For more on this story, visit go.tufts.edu/BatesDay2019.

Tufts University President Anthony Monaco with Herman. Photo: Alonso Nichols

Esra Faden, a periodontology resident, speaks with Paul Levi, clinical associate professor of periodontology. Photo: Alonso Nichols

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