Faculty Research Seminar Series

The Faculty Research Seminar Series is a program designed to connect all members of the college with the research projects being conducted. These presentations occur once per month, and all faculty are invited to present their work. On occasion, post-doctoral research may also be presented. Presentations typically last between 30-40 minutes.

These presentations are recorded and sent out to the entire college for viewing. Afterward, these links are archived only on the intranet. In order to access these presentations, you must log in with your UF credentials.

1/11/2021

Divakar Karanth

Department of Orthodontics

3D printed biodegradable piezoelectric scaffold for bone regeneration

Divakar Karanth

1/25/2021

Shannon Holliday

Department of Orthodontics

Extracellular vesicles in bone remodeling

Lexie Shannon Holliday

2/8/2021

Ikramuddin Aukhil

Department of Periodontology

The Complex Transcriptome in Aggressive Periodontitis Lesions

Aukhil Ikramuddin

2/22/2021

Dayane Oliveira

Department of Restorative Dental Sciences

New Dental Biomaterials

Dayane Oliveira

3/15/2021

Jacqueline Abranches

Department of Oral Biology

Microbial signatures in early childhood caries recurrence

Jacqueline Abranches

4/5/2021

Frank Dolwick and Charles Widmer

Department of Oral Surgery

Randomized, Prospective, Placebo controlled double blinded study on the use of steroids with
TMJ arthrocentesis.

Frank Dolwick and Charles Widmer

4/26/2021

Robert Caudle

Department of Oral and Maxofacial Surgery

Develop a therapy for trigeminal neuralgia

Dr. Robert Caudle

5/17/2021

Ann Progulske-Fox

Department of Oral Biology

Porphorymonas gingivalis and systemic diseases

Dr. Ann Progulske Fox

6/7/2021

Mateus Rocha

Department of Biomaterials

Development of algorithms to predict clinical performance of dental materials based on static and dynamic mechanical tests

Mateus G Rocha

8/30/2021

Robert Burne

Department of Oral Biology

Internecine Warfare in the Oral Microbiome

Robert Burne

10/4/2021

Jessica Kajfasz

Department of Oral Biology

Pathogenesis of Streptococcus mutans

Jessica Kajfasz