Dental Science (Periodontics)

Spring 2015

Fall 2014

Spring 2015

PERI 604 Experimental Design Mark Scarbecz
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
This course is an introduction to research, including methods of designing experiments and evaluating experimental data.
PERI 615 Research in Periodontal Pathobiology II Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 2
This course will provide each first-year student with the opportunity to engage in periodontally related research for 4 hours per week during the spring semester. It may include both clinical and laboratory research. Each student will be assigned a research mentor who is trained and experienced in research methodologies and writing of scientific papers. Instruction will be given by appropriate faculty members on an individualized basis. Student activities will include research of relevant literature, writing of appropriate literature reviews, hands-on research, gathering and analysis of data, interpretation of results, drawing conclusions, and writing papers appropriate for publication.
PERI 642 Topical Literature Review of Periodontology Seminar II Paul Bland
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 4
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the first two years of the residency program under the direction of the postgraduate periodontics staff. The purpose of this seminar is exposure to classic and current scientific literature in various subject areas related to periodontal pathobiology, as well as written and verbal evaluation of the literature reviewed.
PERI 644 Review of Current Periodontology Literature Seminar II Swati Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 2
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the three-year residency period. Four of the major journals devoted to periodontics are reviewed selectively. Selected articles are also reviewed from other major journals. The purpose of this seminar is to provide experience in reading, abstracting, and evaluating the most recently published ideas and concepts in the field of periodontal biology.
PERI 715 Research in Periodontal Pathobiology IV Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 3
This course will provide each second-year student with a continuing opportunity to engage in periodontally related research for 6 hours per week. It may include both clinical and laboratory research. Each student will be assigned a research mentor who is trained and experienced in research methodologies and writing of scientific papers. Instruction will be given by appropriate faculty members on an individualized basis. Student activities will include research of relevant literature, writing of appropriate literature reviews, hands-on research, gathering and analysis of data, interpretation of results, drawing conclusions, and writing papers appropriate for publication.
PERI 742 Topical Literature Review of Periodontology Seminar IV Livada Rania
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 4
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the first two years of the residency program under the direction of the postgraduate periodontics staff. The purpose of this seminar is exposure to classic and current scientific literature in various subject areas related to periodontal pathobiology, as well as written and verbal evaluation of the literature reviewed.
PERI 744 Review of Current Periodontology Literature Seminar IV Swati Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the three-year residency period. Four of the major journals devoted to periodontics are reviewed selectively. Selected articles are also reviewed from other major journals. The purpose of this seminar is to provide experience in reading, abstracting, and evaluating the most recently published ideas and concepts in the field of periodontal biology.
DSCI 800 Thesis Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit:
Upon achieving candidate status, this course must be elected. The preparation of the thesis is finalized, the results presented, and the oral defense is conducted under this course number.
PERI 815 Research in Periodontal Pathobiology VI Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 4
This course will provide each third-year student with a continuing opportunity to engage in periodontally related research for 8 hours per week during the spring semester. It may include both clinical and laboratory research. Each student will be assigned a research mentor who is trained and experienced in research methodologies and writing of scientific papers. Instruction will be given by appropriate faculty members on an individualized basis. Student activities will include research of relevant literature, writing of appropriate literature reviews, hands-on research, gathering and analysis of data, interpretation of results, drawing conclusions, and writing papers appropriate for publication. Additionally, this research will be described in a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of a Master of Dental Science degree.
PERI 844 Review of Current Periodontology Literature Seminar VI Swati Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 2
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the three-year residency period. Four of the major journals devoted to periodontics are reviewed selectively. Selected articles are also reviewed from other major journals. The purpose of this seminar is to provide experience in reading, abstracting, and evaluating the most recently published ideas and concepts in the field of periodontal biology.
DSCI 806 Biomedical Core II (Section 001 Oral Biology) Mustafa Dabbous
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/07/2013 Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/31/2013
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
Biomedical Core 2 is the second in a series of three core courses making up a three semester long core curriculum for dental residents. Core 2 is designed to teach dental residents how to integrate into their clinical specialties (i.e., periodontics, prosthodontics, pediatric dentistry, endodontics, and orthodontics) what is currently known about Oral Biology, Biostatistics, Biomechanics/Biomaterials, and Craniofacial Anatomy. Prerequisite(s): DSCI 805-001 Biomedical Core I (Histology/Embryology) ,
DSCI 806 Biomedical Core II (Section 002 Biostatistics) Mark Scarbecz
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/08/2013 Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 04/25/2013
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
Biomedical Core 2 is the second in a series of three core courses making up a three semester long core curriculum for dental residents. Core 2 is designed to teach dental residents how to integrate into their clinical specialties (i.e., periodontics, prosthodontics, pediatric dentistry, endodontics, and orthodontics) what is currently known about Oral Biology, Biostatistics, Biomechanics/Biomaterials, and Craniofacial Anatomy. Prerequisite(s): DSCI 805-001 Biomedical Core I (Histology/Embryology) ,
DSCI 806 Biomedical Core II (Section 003 Biomechanics & Biomaterials) Antheunis Versluis
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 01/08/2013 Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : 05/07/2013
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
Biomedical Core 2 is the second in a series of three core courses making up a three semester long core curriculum for dental residents. Core 2 is designed to teach dental residents how to integrate into their clinical specialties (i.e., periodontics, prosthodontics, pediatric dentistry, endodontics, and orthodontics) what is currently known about Oral Biology, Biostatistics, Biomechanics/Biomaterials, and Craniofacial Anatomy. Prerequisite(s): DSCI 805-001 Biomedical Core I (Histology/Embryology) ,

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Fall 2014

DSCI 659 Radiology and Cephalometrics Terry Trojan
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day : W Time : 1-3p Place : TBA Credit: 2
The course provides a thorough understanding of craniofacial radiographic techniques with emphasis on cephalometric roentgenography. The course is designed to acquaint the student with the use of radiographs, radiation hygiene, radiographic evidence of pathology, and cephalometric techniques to assure proficiency in technical skills and in interpretation as needed for diagnostic procedures.
DSCI 717 Orthodontics-Periodontics Seminar Swati Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
This seminar course is conducted by members of the Orthodontics and Periodontology faculties. Included are lectures on the interrelationships of orthodontic and periodontic approaches to common treatment situations. Emphasis is placed on the basic science mechanisms underlying periodontic and orthodontic therapies. Selected literature of common interest to the students of Orthodontics and Periodontics is reviewed. Graduate students present patient records for diagnosis and treatment planning as well as the records of patients treated in an interdisciplinary manner. The purpose of this seminar is to encourage greater interaction and understanding between the orthodontist and the periodontist, including the identification of patients to be treated jointly by graduate students in orthodontics and periodontics.
DSCI 800 Thesis Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit:
Upon achieving candidate status, this course must be elected. The preparation of the thesis is finalized, the results presented, and the oral defense is conducted under this course number.
DSCI 805 Biomedical Core I (Section 001 Histology/Embryology) Yeshant Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
Biomedical Core 1 is the first in a series of three core courses making up a three semester long core curriculum for dental residents. Core 1 is designed to teach dental residents how to integrate into their clinical specialties (i.e. periodontics, prosthodontics, pedodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics)what is currently known about Histology, Embryology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Experimental Research Design.
DSCI 805 Biomedical Core I (Section 002 Experimental Design) Mark Scarbecz
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
Biomedical Core 1 is the first in a series of three core courses making up a three semester long core curriculum for dental residents. Core 1 is designed to teach dental residents how to integrate into their clinical specialties (i.e. periodontics, prosthodontics, pedodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics)what is currently known about Histology, Embryology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Experimental Research Design.
DSCI 805 Biomedical Core I (Section 003 Microbiology/Immunology) David Tipton
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
Biomedical Core 1 is the first in a series of three core courses making up a three semester long core curriculum for dental residents. Core 1 is designed to teach dental residents how to integrate into their clinical specialties (i.e. periodontics, prosthodontics, pedodontics, endodontics, and orthodontics)what is currently known about Histology, Embryology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Experimental Research Design.
PERI 614 Research in Periodontal Pathobiology I Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 2
This course will provide each first-year student with the opportunity to engage in periodontally related research for 4 hours per week during the fall semester. It may include both clinical and laboratory research. Each student will be assigned a research mentor who is trained and experienced in research methodologies and writing of scientific papers. Instruction will be given by appropriate faculty members on an individualized basis. Student activities will include research of relevant literature, writing of appropriate literature reviews, hands-on research, gathering and analysis of data, interpretation of results, drawing conclusions, and writing papers appropriate for publication.
PERI 641 Topical Literature Review of Periodontology Seminar I Paul Bland
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 4
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the first two years of the residency program under the direction of the postgraduate periodontics staff. The purpose of this seminar is exposure to classic and current scientific literature in various subject areas related to periodontal pathobiology, as well as written and verbal evaluation of the literature reviewed.
PERI 643 Review of Current Periodontology Literature Seminar I Swati Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 2
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the three-year residency period. Four of the major journals devoted to periodontics are reviewed selectively. Selected articles are also reviewed from other major journals. The purpose of this seminar is to provide experience in reading, abstracting, and evaluating the most recently published ideas and concepts in the field of periodontal biology.
PERI 737 Lectures in Internal Medicine Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 1
This series of lectures-seminars is combined with a variable-length rotation in internal medicine to provide the resident with the opportunity to review with medical experts certain common medical conditions which may relate directly or indirectly to the severity and management of the patient's periodontal condition. Included are presentations in transplant therapy, the pharmacologic management of the transplant patient, psychiatric conditions and their impact on management of the dental patient, hematologic considerations for the dental patient, management of the patient with a history of need for infective endocarditis prophylaxis, cardiovascular considerations in the management of the dental patient, endocrinologic consideration for the dental patient, management of the hypertensive dental patient, and anaphylaxis and drug reactions. Spring alternate years.
PERI 814 Research in Periodontal Pathobiology V Sidney Stein
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 4
This course will provide each third-year student with a continuing opportunity to engage in periodontally related research for 8 hours per week during the fall semester. It may include both clinical and laboratory research. Each student will be assigned a research mentor who is trained and experienced in research methodologies and writing of scientific papers. Instruction will be given by appropriate faculty members on an individualized basis. Student activities will include research of relevant literature, writing of appropriate literature reviews, hands-on research, gathering and analysis of data, interpretation of results, drawing conclusions, and writing papers appropriate for publication. Additionally, this research will be described in a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of a Master of Dental Science degree.
PERI 843 Review of Current Periodontology Literature Seminar V Swati Rawal
Starting date (MM/dd/yyyy) : Start of semester Ending date (MM/dd/yyyy) : End of semester
Day: TBA Time: TBA Place: TBA Credit: 2
This seminar is conducted weekly throughout the three-year residency period. Four of the major journals devoted to periodontics are reviewed selectively. Selected articles are also reviewed from other major journals. The purpose of this seminar is to provide experience in reading, abstracting, and evaluating the most recently published ideas and concepts in the field of periodontal biology.

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