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s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 vision u i c c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y | n u m b e r 6 3 | s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 on the cover college administration at nanjing medical university in nanjing, china, dean clark stanford shakes hands with dean jianrong yang of the school of stomatology at nanjing medical university after signing agreements for faculty, student, and research exchanges. photo credits christopher bevel; p. 32; courtesy dr. orlando montiero da silva, p. 10; roberta dupuis-devlin: p. 7, 31; courtesy dr. seymour gottlieb, p. 14; janette guzman, p. 14 (left); tom killoran photography, p. 36 national council on aging: p. 10 (bottom); uic photo services: p. 9, 33 (flores, santucci), 46. vision editor-in-chief: william s. bike, email@example.com; art direction: ana lisa ogbac; design: kim arias design, uic office of publications services; staff: janette guzman. dean: clark stanford, dds, phd, cert. prosthodontics, uic distinguished professor, firstname.lastname@example.org; associate dean for academic affairs: toni m. roucka, rn, dds ’90, ma, email@example.com; associate dean for research: lyndon f. cooper, dds, phd, firstname.lastname@example.org; associate dean for prevention and public health sciences: caswell a. evans, dds, mph, email@example.com; associate dean for finance and administration: michael d. harner, mba, edd, firstname.lastname@example.org; associate dean for student and diversity affairs: darryl pendleton, dmd, email@example.com; associate dean for clinical affairs: susan a. rowan, dds ’84, firstname.lastname@example.org; assistant vice chancellor for advancement: mark j. valentino, email@example.com; director of advancement: bruno mancari, firstname.lastname@example.org; director of donor relations: ana lisa ogbac, email@example.com; director of advancement communications: william s. bike, firstname.lastname@example.org. @uicdentalumni uic college of dentistry publication member of the american association of dental editors and journalists. uicdentistry uic college of dentistry
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y contents 2 dean’s message 5 case study 6 advancement report page 9 15 honor roll 24 feature: the ambassador 21 news page 24 36 president’s message 38 alumni class news 46 in memoriam 50 student activities page 31 56 faculty/department news 67 classifieds 70 continuing education 72 calendar of events page 41 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 dean’s message uic is key part of oral health care future dear members of our college communities and the alumni of the university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry, loyola university chicago school of dentistry, and northwestern university dental school: the college is doing well. we have great students who care, embrace their education, and apply it to the patient populations we see in the clinics. we do have some growing pains associated with the expanded dental student class size, which we are addressing. as you may recall, a decision made to enhance the opportunities for illinois residents was made by adding 18 additional positions per class. we have a very strong applicant pool and the strength of this makes me feel confident this was the correct decision. when i look at the 2016 graduates, i’m pleased to see that 35% of the class went into post-graduate programs (similar to national data) and the majority of students joined practices reported to be associateships in conventional practices. i’m proud about the contemporary education our faculty works so hard to provide and when i talk with program directors, community clinic directors, and others who oversee our graduates, they are all impressed by the dental education and clinical skills the new dentists possess. our research missions are very strong under the guidance of dr. lyndon cooper, who is a clinical prosthodontist and leads our college’s research missions. dr. cooper plays a dual role as both the associate dean for research and the head of oral biology. in this capacity, he is driving changes to assure contemporary relevance, strategic partnerships, and networking across campus. in a strategic move, we have assembled a strategic advisory board (sab) for the college (see page 6). the sab is composed of thought leaders from dental industries, private foundations, community leaders in public health and engagement, alumni, and local philanthropies. the purpose of this board is to advise and assist the college’s leadership in planning directions for investment in programs and opportunities. in the fall of 2016, we welcomed dr. toni roucka back to the college as our associate dean for academic affairs (see page 56). dr. roucka, who was a nurse before becoming a dentist (dds from uic in 1990), went on to a strong career in the military (including the persian gulf war), 2 worked in public and private clinics, had her own private practice, and taught full time at marquette and southern illinois before joining us as a part of our leadership team. she focuses on evaluation of our dmd programs, especially the role that our novel curriculum plays in preparing us for the new “integrated national board exams.” the inbe will be a single exam (rather than the two- exam version) and will use case-based and logic-based applications of basic and clinical knowledge as the exam moves away from the conventional multiple choice, “factoid” approach. uic had the foresight to see this coming and our small group learning (sgl) curriculum is strategic to helping our students prepare for the boards. interdisciplinary initiative further, with dr. blase brown, clinical assistant professor, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, a rotation program with nurse practitioners from the uic college of nursing are working with our students in the comprehensive dental care clinics. they are assisting in best practices in patient medical evaluation as our students are teaching them
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y about oral health evaluation and management of patients. this is a great example of interdisciplinary practice! the college started a replacement of the heating and air-conditioning systems (hvac) in the building in the spring of 2015 but we have made no progress since august of 2015. this is due to the ongoing impasse in the state of illinois and the challenged bureaucracy of the state government. i want to thank the students, staff, and faculty who struggle day-to-day in a building that is “challenged.” a “when i talk with program directors, community clinic directors, and others who oversee our graduates, they are all impressed by the dental education and clinical skills the new dentists possess.” -dean clark stanford university is defined by the quality of the students, staff, and faculty, not by a facility. regardless of what the state choses to do to support us, we must persevere to educate our students to be at the top of the profession and perform game-changing research so that we show we are a beacon of hope for our patients, our students, and the future of our profession. we have made great strides in updating the clinics but this is all with private donations. we have a contemporary clinical facility (that is too hot and too cold, at once) but a wonderful and supportive student body eager to learn regardless of the physical challenges of the building. thank you all! we must look to the future. we are in the planning phase for the next advancement campaign with a kick off in the fall of this year. the invaluable role of student scholarships and faculty endowment is a key feature of the next campaign. we will focus on substantial student scholarships, based on endowments creating a strong impact on student indebtedness and creation of opportunities for students to achieve a strong education with a desire to give back. we also need to recruit and retain the best in faculty. given the national competition for the best in faculty expertise, we need to continue our advancement efforts in building substantial faculty support. this support is used for advancing dental education, advancing research and the creation of novel innovative areas of inquiry; transforming the dental profession and oral health, in general. uic is a key part of the future of oral health care and i welcome you to be a part of our journey! thank you, clark m. stanford dds, phd uic distinguished professor and dean college of dentistry 3
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the departments of oral and maxillofacial surgery and restorative dentistry (prosthodontics) enjoy an excellent inter-disciplinary relationship that affords the ability to accomplish remarkable results in the area of complex maxillofacial reconstruction; particularly in patients with jaw tumors that require jaw resection, bony reconstruction, and dental implant and prosthetic rehabilitation. this case study illustrates a 20-year old woman with an odontogenic myxoma of the right mandible, who underwent resection of the jaw tumor, immediate reconstruction with anterior iliac crest bone grafting (dr. michael miloro, dmd, md, facs, professor and head, department of oral and maxillofacial surgery), and subsequent dental implant placement and prosthetic reconstruction (dr. kent knoernschild, dmd, ms, professor and director, prosthodontics program, restorative dentistry). a.) panoramic radiograph shows a large mixed lesion with a “soap-bubble” appearance of the right mandibular body region (arrow) with biopsy-proven odontogenic myxoma. b.) surgical pictures. left: resection of right mandible with placement of titanium reconstruction plate. right: placement of iliac crest block grafts secure to the reconstruction plate. c.) left: surgical placement of endosseous dental implants. right: prosthesis design. d.) final mandibular screw-retained prosthesis in place with excellent function and esthetics. e.) surgical resection in 2008. restored in 2009. eight years in function. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y case study 5
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 advancement report strategic advisory board helps college strategize for future the college has created a strategic advisory board (sab), composed of approximately 20 thought leaders from sectors including dental products manufacturers and service companies, dental practices and practice management companies, financial services, institutes, government, organized dentistry, public health, foundations, and alumni, to provide an outside perspective in advising dean clark stanford. the first meeting was held in november, and the second during the chicago dental society midwinter meeting in february. led by dean stanford and dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research and head of oral biology, the board’s mission is to help the college establish priorities that will drive new clinical and community programs, leverage new knowledge and discovery as they relate to research and patient care, and disseminate innovative practice and business models to ensure the college’s continued global leadership. “if a dental school does not constantly engage with external stakeholders in industry, the practice community, and organized dentistry, it may be operating with blinders on and not even realize it,” dr. stanford said. college leaders anticipate that the board will help them strategize for the next five-to-20 years in areas such as innovations in digital technologies as they 6 influence dentistry; the need to rapidly integrate research findings into clinical practice; access to care issues; the development, implementation, and assessment of novel diagnostic, preventive, and restorative methodologies; “fresh eyes are always useful. outsiders may that will prepare students to become modern primary care-based general practitioners. “we want to make sure that we don’t get caught investing in, or going in a direction in our educational, service, or research programs, that may not be where the outside world is going,” dr. stanford explained. “our alumni board has always provided important advice. the strategic advisory board provides advice from a different perspective.” see things differently “fresh eyes are always and their insights can be useful to the college administration.” -james alexander innovations in dental education; and the development of business models useful,” said board member james alexander, executive director of the otho s.a. sprague memorial institute and alexander associates. “outsiders may see things differently and their insights can be useful to the college administration. additionally, the opportunity to build a cohort of champions for the college is important.” “bringing bright, energetic and experienced individuals from all the uic college of dentistry strategic advisory board members bring a variety of perspectives on various issues.
aspects of our community can only serve to better inform our leadership as to where we need to go and how best we will get there,” dr. cooper said. another benefit is that the board raises awareness of the college among board members and their colleagues. “it’s important for our board members to understand who we are and what we do,” dr. stanford explained. “there were a number of people at our first meeting who were surprised at our accomplishments and outreach. and one should never underestimate the value of a friend who, if an issue or opportunity arises, says, ‘let’s go talk to someone at the uic college of dentistry.’” “in this changing environment of organized dentistry there is potential misalignment between the goals, objectives, and strategies of teaching institutions of dentistry and the dental manufacturing/ services sector,” said steve fletcher, president and coo of gc america inc. and a member of the sab. “so it is a benefit of the strategic advisory board to understand the forward thinking of the uic administration and incorporate the experience, viewpoints, and diversity of the board members.” from his time on the board, alexander already understands more about the value and needs of the college. “the patient demand for the valued services the college provides must be more widely understood,” alexander said, citing as an example the high demand for pediatric dentistry services. “the community cannot rally for expanded services if they don’t know of the backlog. finding creative ways to add more hours to those clinics under greatest stress should be the focus for campus communication, public advocacy, and deeper commitment from chicagoland’s dental and oral health professionals.” the board also will help the dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research, is a leader on the strategic advisory board. he is shown with dmd/phd student elizabeth guirado. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y college to provide the best education for students. “by listening to thought leaders on the industry and practice sides, we are given the opportunity to understand how we need to adapt our educational and service learning programs in ways that make sure our students are educated in the best way for contemporary practice,” dr. stanford said. “that also overlaps to research opportunities, which are critically important for our students and for our faculty,” he noted. “we don’t want to miss opportunities because we were staring at the patient in front of us while things were changing in the outside world.” “leaders need trusted advisors,” dr. cooper said. “we are fortunate to have engaged friends and colleagues from industry, academia and clinical practice who add valuable information, offer alternative views and ask the tough questions that move us to higher ground. our views are much improved.” fletcher noted that today’s educational strategies “must be better aligned with the practice of dentistry, the business of dentistry, and the alignment of dentistry with overall healthcare. this is important to ensure the success of the individual dental student, but also to ensure the industry keeps up with the changing needs of society and rapid incorporation of technology. “by being active participants, the board members, can interact with each other and uic administration to develop and fine tune strategies to better promote the efficient and effective education of dental students today, and discuss how more effectively this can be done in the future, incorporating the changing industry landscape as well as the 7
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u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y advancement report “they each come from very different backgrounds, and that was intentional,” dr. stanford explained. “some of these people had never met each other, so we wanted to provide value for them.” “there are multiple benefits to participation,” alexander said. “supporting a worthy, needed, and fast-evolving academic program; learning more about the strengths and challenges facing the college; and meeting like-minded volunteers.” “engagement in our community is a goal identified by the college of dentistry leadership,” dr. cooper said. “in order to understand the community and its needs—and particularly how we best fit within it—our sab offers diverse insights regarding our community. the board members have different definitions of this community, they offer diverse approaches to engaging with our multiple stakeholders, and ultimately, they will help the college of dentistry be a valued member of the community that contributes to its wellness.” “it never hurts to have a friend,” dr. stanford concluded. gc america inc. funds research on dental materials for aging populations gc america inc. has provided a gift over three years to create the kiyoshi nakao fund for aging populations at the college. “it is a current-use research fund for helping to support different projects dealing with the aging population and oral health issues,” said dean clark stanford. the research of dr. ana bedran-russo, associate professor, restorative dentistry, will benefit from the kiyoshi nakao fund for aging populations at the college. 9 changing learning needs of the dental student,” fletcher said. in assembling the board, dr. stanford, dr. cooper, and mark j. valentino, assistant vice chancellor for advancement, consulted with college department heads, donors, and friends of the college and came up with a group of thought leaders from around the country. “we were looking for a synergistic expansion of our networking,” dr. stanford said. “these board members are all volunteers, and come at their own expense. “some of them have been key partners with the college, such as dr. robert brunetti from the guy d. and rebecca e. brunetti foundation and procare dental group pc, and have been instrumental in our renovations in the last decade,” dr. stanford continued. “some are representatives from companies that have been important to supporting our educational programs—henry schein inc., straumann usa, dentsply sirona, and gc america. “some are people that dr. cooper and i have known for a long time, so we know that they can bring observations from other venues to make sure we know what opportunities are available and that we’re not making an investment in people, time, and treasure, only to be in the wrong place when the puck arrives, to use a wayne gretzky hockey analogy,” dr. stanford said. board members also will be consulted for approaches on fundraising opportunities as the college inters its newest campaign in the fall. in addition, college leaders wanted to provide a networking opportunity for the various stakeholders.
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 advancement report dr. mark heiss, director, regulatory affairs and professional relations, gc america, said that the fund “will be used to support research and education in topics such as mi [minimum intervention] dentistry, dental material research, and collaboration with the objective to enhance oral health to this segment of the population.” named for kiyoshi nakao, a former chairman and president of gc corp. who passed away in 1976, the fund will immediately assist dr. ana bedran-russo, associate professor, restorative dentistry, in her research “on ‘smart’ materials that actually self-heal and that can be used for restorations that can help stabilize or regenerate tooth structure,” dr. stanford said. he noted that the interest of the parent company gc corp. is appropriate because “japan has one of the oldest populations in the world, and there are many oral health issues in the aging population.” “there has been much focus and discussion on the aging population in japan,” explained dr. heiss. “japan’s aging population has led to programs to promote good oral health in the elderly population. in the u.s. and globally it has been known that there is an oral-systemic health connection. there is a relationship between oral health and systemic disease.” dr. stanford explained that gc corp. chairman makoto nakao is committed to helping the aging population. “that can be everything from preventive products to materials to tooth replacement, if needed,” dr. stanford noted. “they are looking to encourage new thoughts and concepts through this gift.” dr. heiss said that, “gc companies have been working with organizations such as federation dentaire international (fdi), the american dental association, and oral health america to promote the importance of oral health.” he also explained that gc companies values the longtime relationship dr. stanford and gc companies have, “going back to his father, dr. john stanford, and company chairman makoto nakao,” who were friends and colleagues. dr. heiss noted that, “dr. clark gc corp. is “looking to encourage new thoughts and concepts through this gift” concerning dentistry for the elderly, dr. clark stanford said. 1 0 gc corp. chairman makoto nakao (left) is committed to helping the aging population through partnerships with the college and with organized dentistry. he is shown with dr. orlando monteiro da silva, former president of the fdi. stanford provided his vision to gc america to provide education, training, and research on the subject of the aging population. this led to a win-win proposal for gc america to provide funding to promote this subject matter. in honor of mr. nakao’s grandfather, the fund was donated in the name of kiyoshi nakao.” “i have long been fascinated by the remarkable robustness of dentin, which is very dynamic and will mature and modify due to aging and disease,” dr. bedran-russo said. “my specific research interests include multi-functional roles of the dentin extracellular matrix on the strength and stability of dentin and the development of clinically applicable bioinspired strategies to preserve and restore dentin. “the nakao fund will provide the financial support needed to advance research into the etiological
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y current collaboration with uic by providing additional venues for continuing education and dental student material science education,” dr. heiss concluded. editor’s note: for more information on oral health and systemic disease, see the book the oral-systemic health connection, michael glick, editor, quintessence publishing co., 2014. student bo bartilotta receives arcolian scholarship the arcolian dental arts society provided a $1,500 scholarship to d-4 bo yeon bartilotta at its dec. 13 holiday celebration at the park ridge country club. the club also provided $1,500 scholarships to marquette university school of dentistry students eric basta and kelly carney. the society awards scholarships to dental students of italian lineage dr. russell spinazze, dr. joe bal- dassano, and dr. michael biasiello. dr. baldassano was named arcolian of the year. who have exhibited exemplary effort and professionalism. the awards were presented by dr. russ spinazze, omfs ’97, president of the arcolian dental arts society. “i am very honored to be selected as the recipient of the arcolian scholarship,” bartilotta said. “this scholarship is more than a scholarship to me—it is the first step in my involvement in the italian and italian-american community. “i feel very welcomed and excited to be part of the arcolian dental arts society, an extraordinary eric basta, kelly carney, dr. russell spinazze, and bo yeon bartilotta. basta, carney, and bartilotta received scholarships. bartilotta is a student at the uic college of dentistry. 1 1 factors associated with the onset and progression of carious and non- carious cervical lesions with high prevalence in the elderly population,” she added. “when you look at medications that elderly people typically are taking, the number one side-effect is xerostomia—dry mouth—and that leads to an increase in tooth decay, especially as we get older,” dr. stanford said. “all materials fatigue, fracture, and eventually fail, but can we create materials that can in essence detect that potential failure and self-heal that fracture so it doesn’t propagate to a loss, something that needs to be redone?” he asked. “we hope to develop new therapies or protocols for the prevention and management of carious and non-carious cervical lesions at the highly susceptible root surfaces and ultimately preserve the natural dentition,” dr. bedran-russo said. “this is an exciting new way to work with companies like gc corp. and with foundations—looking for areas where there is mutual trust and common goals,” dr. stanford said. “this is a collaboration with mutual goals in mind between the benefactor and the college, and we are thankful to gc corp. for the trust they have placed in us.” “we are so grateful to gc for providing the kiyoshi nakao fund for aging population studies to foster research at uic that will impact not only our local efforts, but also have an impact on the oral health of a worldwide increasingly aging population,” dr. bedran-russo concluded. in 2019, gc america will expand its training and research facility in alsip, il. “we hope to expand the
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 advancement report group that exemplifies the true definition of camaraderie,” she added. “this scholarship will help me pay for travel expenses while looking for a gpr program in new york.” in addition, dr. joe baldassano, loyola ’88, was named arcolian of the year. his award was presented “i feel very welcomed and excitied to be part of the arcolian dental arts society, an extraordianry group that exemplifies the true definition of camaradeire.” -bo yeon bartilotta to him by the society’s dr. michael biasiello, loyola ’85. dr. biasiello was the uic college of dentistry’s 2014 dr. raffaele suriano award recipient. “i have been an active member of the arcolian dental arts society for over 28 years,” dr. baldassano explained, noting that he has served in every executive post, including president, and on the board, and that he has been active with the chicago dental society as well. he is president of the northwest suburban branch. “this award was very personal and meaningful to me because over the years my father, son, and other family members have enjoyed the arcolian events, such as golf outings and other functions,” dr. baldassano said. “additionally, being recognized for years of participation, and executive positions held is always a 1 2 wonderful honor when it comes from your colleagues,” he added. “i have many members who have become great friends over the years but every member has become a respected colleague to me.” the society serves as a professional, social, and charitable organization for italian-american dentists. it holds monthly lectures and is philanthropic, hosting an annual golf outing and raffle night. “the membership also donates funds through dues to help fund our various philanthropic endeavors,” dr. baldassano noted. “for over 80 years, the arcolian dental arts society has been active by promoting excellence in the form of continuing education, awarding annual scholarships to dental students, and being a supportive presence in the community—all while providing social opportunities for forming lasting professional relationships,” dr. spinazze said. the society recently made a donation to the lustgarten pancreatic cancer foundation, and each year sends funds to a church, roman catholic priest, mission, or food pantry. “the arcolian dental arts society invites all third- and fourth-year dental students of italian lineage to apply for the arcolian dental arts society scholarship,” dr. spinazze said. for more information, contact dr. spinazze at email@example.com or log on to www.arcoliandentalarts. com. dean’s council visits art institute dean clark stanford and staff of the office of advancement and alumni affairs on sept. 25 hosted at the art institute of chicago a dean’s council donor appreciation brunch and museum tour. more than 70 dean’s council members and guests attended. “it was a very nice event and my wife, tina, and i enjoyed mingling,” said dr. vincent j. arpino, ’93, dean’s council members enjoyed a donor appreciation brunch and art institute tour.
orthodontics ’96. “it was a real pleasure to experience art education with our dental friends with no teeth talk,” said dr. frank maggio, loyola ’71, uic periodontics ’75. “i enjoyed being in a setting where i was able to meet faculty and staff off campus and have an interchange of ideas about the changes at the college,” said dr. seymour gottlieb, ’58. “the art institute was an appropriate venue because art necessitates careful observation, and analysis of any work of art. dentistry resonates much like that as we gather information from the patient exam and analyze and interpret observations and critical thinking to provide the best patient care.” dean’s council members are those who have contributed $1,000 or above to the college. dr. gottlieb expressed his gratitude for the event by noting the importance of giving back to the college. “our donations allow us to share the opportunities we’ve had in dentistry with today’s students,” he explained. dr. gottlieb contributes to the dr. isaac schour research fund. “i enjoy being able to help the students work on research, and do that work well,” he said. “research gives them the opportunity to go beyond paragraphs in textbooks to connect the thinking that went behind what they are learning to the patient care they will provide throughout their careers.” usa-icd awards grant to college the international college of dentists’ usa section (usa-icd) has awarded a grant from its international student experiences (ise) program to the college. “the grant will support the fourth-year dental students going on extramural rotations,” said khatija noorullah, clinical community academic manager for the college. dr. andy luo, ’15, when he was a student at the college, on an extramural rotation in china. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y “we applied for the grant so that the students would have more financial help and not worry about how they would finance their extramural rotations abroad.” “we considered the number of global opportunities a dental school offered their students,” said “the students return from their educational trips with an enhanced appreciation of the international similarities of our profession.” -bettie mc kaig bettie mckaig, chair of the usa- icd student support committee. “usa-icd is proud to partner with schools which value the importance of global experiences for our future dental leaders. the students return from their educational trips with an enhanced appreciation of the international similarities of our profession and an elevated understanding of the cultural differences.” “we are grateful to the usa-icd for their generosity and their trust in our program,” noorullah concluded. donations to the college’s service learning fund also assist with student extramural rotations. for information, contact director of development bruno mancari at (312) 413-3554 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 1 3
advancement report and students were given the opportunity to write thank you notes to benefactors. the theme of the day was #fueltheflames. for a video about the day, log on to goo.gl/ahzoqy. tell the college about the impact of your dental education the college would welcome stories, anecdotes, and recollections about how your dental education at the college or your faculty positively impacted your practice and your ability to treat patients. are you ever treating a patient and thinking about your experience at the college? do you reflect on the impact of the college on your life? let us know, and we’ll put your story on our website. to send in your remembrances about the college’s impact on your practice and on your life or for more information, contact bill bike, director of advancement communications, at email@example.com or (312) 996-8495. dr. seymour gottlieb, ’58, practicing in his office in the 1970s. the college would welcome your reflections on how it impacted your practice and your life. s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 jennifer bereckis, colleen scroll, and johnnie mae davis of the college community were among those contributing on #givingtuesday. #givingtuesday a success uic once again participated in #givingtuesday, a nationwide event in which non-profits and charities raise money on the tuesday after thanksgiving. in 2016, #givingtuesday was held on nov. 29. overall, uic raised $94,304 from 722 donors, a 14% increase over 2015. once again, the college of dentistry was a campus leader, raising more than $2,700 from over 80 people. donors were given uic hot beverage mugs and the opportunity to have their picture taken with their comments on a white board, 1 4
support the college of dentistry! direct support to a favorite purpose: students, faculty, research, clinical care, or department. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y office of the dean ❍ annual fund/fund for excellence (331331) ❍ a.c.e. student scholars fund (341931) ❍ group practice clinic renovation fund (335802) ❍ dentistry service learning fund (334791) ❍ scholarships and awards fund (775056) ❍ student activities fund (331329) ❍ dr. allen w. anderson memorial fund (771033) ❍ rice family fund (558426) ❍ kottemann gallery of dentistry (332133) ❍ dr. bruce s. graham and linda m. graham scholarship fund (773981) department of orthodontics ❍ department of orthodontics unrestricted fund (333011) ❍ drs. bernard schneider/cyril sadowsky faculty fund (773418) department of pediatric dentistry ❍ pediatric dentistry unrestricted fund (330542) ❍ dr. indru c. punwani resident and faculty development endowment fund (773960) department of periodontics ❍ periodontics clinic renovation fund (336361) ❍ periodontics unrestricted fund (333278) ❍ staff development and enrichment fund (337232) ❍ department of endodontics ❍ dr. charles g. maurice fund (332349) ❍ dr. nijole remeikis endowment fund (773313) department of oral biology ❍ oral biology unrestricted fund (337403) ❍ dr. james h. fuller scholarship award (772165) ❍ (331886) ❍ department of oral and maxillofacial surgery ❍ ❍ oral surgery ❍ daniel m. laskin society (341441) fund (3 department of oral medicine and diagnostic sciences ❍ oral medicine and diagnostic sciences unrestricted fund (335088) ❍ center for diagnostic imaging fund (337719) ❍ oral medicine clinic fund (337179) ❍ department of restorative dentistry ❍ restorative and advanced prosthodontics clinic renovation fund (337408) ❍ restorative dentistry unrestricted fund (333555) ❍ dr. s. sol flores and mrs. cecilia t. flores clinical prosthodontics laboratory fund (332805) ❍ dr. charles f. nichols occlusal studies student scholarship (335088) dmd advanced standing program ❍ dmdas program unrestricted fund (6 ) research ❍ dentistry summer student research award fund (340345) ❍ enter for wound healing and tissue regeneration laboratory (335098) ❍ dr. isaac schour memorial dentistry student research awards (335354) ❍ research development and graduate education fund (338648) please gift to for more call or on your check made payable to the university of illinois foundation. please send your college of dentistry, mc 621, 801 s. paulina st., chicago, il 60612-7211. , 1 5 2 6 3 3 3
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 honor roll the honor roll recognizes donations from july 1, 2015 to june 30, 2016 i am humbled to see the amazing successes our students and faculty are achieving. the university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry is at the forefront of innovation in education and research, equipping the next generation of dentists to provide the very best in patient care. i hope you are as proud of these students and faculty as i am. they are remarkable, in our classrooms, research laboratories, dental clinics, and in the community. our clinics provide world-class clinical care and education and our students have unique opportunities to learn special dental skill sets by working in our community-based rotations. your gift always makes a difference! thank you for your support and for all you have done for the dental profession. i look forward to working together with you as the college achieves its goal of changing oral health, forever. —clark stanford, dds, phd, cert. prosthodontics dean and uic distinguished professor $250,000 - $499,999 kavo kerr group $100,000 - $249,999 dentsply ih, inc. henry schein inc. $50,000 - $99,999 3m unitek $25,000 - $49,999 dr. zikra a. alkhayal* and dr. abdulaziz n. almadi anatomage inc. dr. fred margolis*+ and mrs. susan margolis kls martin dr. martin kolinski, ’78*, and mrs. catherine kolinski dr. steven n. miller, ’70, and mrs. diane e. miller prevent cancer foundation qol medical llc straumann usa llc $10,000 - $24,999 dr. saad al-kharsa*, and mrs. denise e. al-kharsa american association of orthodontists foundation cosmedent, inc. dentsply gac 1 6 dr. jerome fein ’51*, and illinois state dental society mrs. joy fein dr. seymour l. gottlieb, ’58, and mrs. iris c. gottlieb institute for advanced dental education, ltd. dr. manal ibrahim-lavacca ’93*, and dr. anthony lavacca dr. howard e. spector, northwestern ’81*, and mrs. elizabeth m. donovan wm. wrigley jr. company foundation $5,000 - $9,999 the acp education foundation american heart association dr. sunita bajaj, ’92, and mr. vijay bajaj dr. gary w. brankin, loyola ’81*, and mrs. karen m. brankin dr. tricia r. crosby, ’04*, and mr. ted e. billups dr. cathleen patricia coyne, ’93 egyptian cultural & educational bureau forestadent usa inc. dr. gabriel d. hostalet, ’00, and mrs. leah r. hostalet foundation impact dental management dr. joseph r. jedrychowski, ’68*, and dr. phyllis beemsterboer, ’68, dr. dennis r. lamonte, ’02*, and mrs. gina r. lamonte dr. tony w. liu, ’84, and mrs. sandy j. liu dr. frank a. maggio, loyola ’71, and mrs. christine maggio dr. richard monahan namsa ormco corporation dr. linda c. powers* and mr. scott w. powers dr. ahmed ramaha, ’05 dr. thomas e. resnick, ’71*, and mrs. barbara s. resnick dr. susan a. rowan, ’84, and dr. daniel a. rowan dr. joel l. schwartz and mrs. roberta l. schwartz dr. timmothy j. schwartz, ’79, and mrs. christine a. schwartz dr. clark stanford and mr. alan light dr. bob c. stone, ’71* dr. louis a. whitesman* $2,500 - $4,999 dr. mona a. al-sane* american dental education association dr. mark c. baker, ’77*, and dr. ayse u. baker dr. randy l. bisping, ’82, and mrs. joy l. bisping dr. william j. bleecker, ’71, and mrs. ada m. bleecker dr. patrick j. carroll, ’83, and dr. sheila m. love dr. perry danos, northwestern ’90, and mrs. peggy danos dentsply sirona dr. james c. davis, ’83, and dr. arlene m. engert, ’83 dr. shahrbanoo fadavi* and dr. jamshid mohammadi dr. robert w. glineburg* mrs. linda m. fuller dr. jianjun hao* and dr. lihong lin* dr. bradford r. johnson* and mrs. lizabeth johnson dr. mulokozi lugakingira* and mrs. kos lugakingira mr. raghavachari madhavan mars incorporated miracle corners of the world, inc.
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. gary w. long, ’77, and mrs. gary w. long dr. denise l. mcallister, ’96*, and mr. howard w. mcallister dr. ricardo y. mendoza* dr. michael j. mintz* and mrs. julie h. mintz dr. cheryl mora, ’91, and dr. michael d. mora, ’83 dr. raymond f. munaretto, ’76*, and mrs. monica a. munaretto dr. richard a. munaretto, loyola ’69# dr. rick a. munaretto, ’01* dr. milton m. murasaki, ’66, and mrs. virginia stein dr. jon dale nickelsen, ’03 dr. john nowak, ’98*, and mrs. renee nowak dr. joanne r. oppenheim, ’89*, and dr. kenneth kromash dr. lin tao and mrs. renjie chang dr. andrew j. tringas* and mrs. nicole m. penne- tringas dr. victoria a. ursitti* dr. timothy walsh, loyola ’79*, and mrs. cathy j. walsh dr. stephanie m. ward, ’01 dr. scott a. weiskopf* dr. christopher s. wenckus, ’71*, and mrs. s. elaine wenckus dr. samuel s. wexler, ’64, and mrs. charlene s. wexler dr. michelle n. zmick, loyola dr. john w. zurek, ’80, and mrs. sandra l. zurek $500 - $999 aceton, inc. dr. miranda s. albert* and dr. marc g. pescheret, ’82*, mr. sherif albert and mrs. kathleen a. pescheret dr. indru c. punwani and mrs. jane c. punwani quintessence publishing company, inc. dr. mark j. humenik, ’88, and dr. william j. quest* and mrs. mary e. humenik illinois academy of general dentistry international college of dentists 8th district dr. james h. isaacson, ’71davis dr. mark r. jensen* dr. lars b. jonsson* dr. angela j. kalb, loyola ’93 dr. donald kaneoka, ’58 dr. james d. kassolis* and mrs. sandra kassolis dr. g. w. knight and mrs. judy l. knight cameo endodontics dr. joel r. korczak, ’81 mr. eliathamby kuganeswaran dr. steven t. kuhn, ’97*, and mrs. kathleen a. kuhn dr. daniel m. laskin* dr. yi-chen liu* dr. diane johnson* dr. scott r. rehm* mrs. louise s. robinson dr. regina h. rocha, ’96* dr. darlene rogers dr. martin j. rogers, ’92*, and mrs. christy j. rogers dr. michael j. ryan* dr. d. milton salzer, ’68, and mrs. susan g. salzer dr. jin-moon soh* and mrs. duckui soh dr. keith sommers, ’96* dr. rosella j. spadoni- french, loyola ’84 dr. daniel w. steadman, ’82, and mrs. kathleen a. steadman dr. arnold steinberg dr. grant k. stucki sunstar americas, inc. t.p. orthodontics, inc. american association for dental research a. titan instruments inc. mrs. natalie p. baker dr. james benz, ’79, and mrs. margo benz dr. samuel berkowitz and mrs. lynn berkowitz dr. gerald m. bieze, ’70, and mrs. sarah a. bieze bisco, inc. brasseler usa dr. blase p. brown, loyola ’81, and mrs. nancy brown dr. james h. bryniarski,’ 78, and mrs. leona m. bryniarski dr. joseph m. burbick, ’76 dr. joseph e. canzona, ’69*, and mrs. patricia d. canzona dr. shawna r. chesser* dr. hong j. chon, ’00*, and dr. yoon s. park, ’00* dr. clara chow* clue dental marketing dr. david m. cohen, ’89, and mrs. barbara l. cohen 1 7 orthodontic alumni association of illinois stryker craniomaxillofacial dr. stephen h. y. wei* and mrs. gladys wei $1,000 - $2,499 dr. alex g. alemis, ’85, and mrs. matina v. alemis dr. michael g. durbin, ’88*, and dr. renee p. pappas, ’88 dr. jason a. edwards* dr. robert p. eisinger, ’56, and mrs. gladys j. eisinger dr. scott a. emalfarb, loyola ’89 dr. bruce w. allen, ’66, and dr. thomas e. emmering, ’60, and mrs. laverne j. emmering dr. caswell evans and mrs. arlene g. evans dr. thomas w. evans dr. nona c. flores dr. samson s. flores, ’58 fruit d’or gc america inc. dr. victor g. gonzalez, ’07 ge foundation dr. newton c. gordon* dr. peter wasilkoff, ’69*, and mrs. donna j. wasilkoff dr. timothy r. gresla* dr. william b. hamel ’83, and mrs. belinda lutz-hamel dr. robert e. haraden, ’98 dr. gary r. herberger, ’78, and mrs. dale r. herberger mrs. edith j. allen american academy of implant dentistry american association of endodontists mrs. leonora s. andria arcolian dental arts society dr. vincent j. arpino, ’93*, and dr. tina smith arpino, ’93 dr. shereen s. azer* dr. meenakshi i. balakrishnan* mr. lawrence e. balsley dr. james w. blackburn* and mrs. jennifer blackburn dr. bryan c. blew, ’98, and mrs. michele a. blew dr. michael e. bond, ’83, and mrs. cherie langguth dr. thomas b. braun, ’85, and mrs. maria c. braun dr. andrew w. browar, ’79*, and dr. taisa l. szeremeta-browar* dr. andrew j. calhoun* dr. samuel j. cascio, loyola ’52 dr. rhonna l. cohen, ’72, and dr. donald a. chambers dr. barry m. cherny, ’90* dr. agnieszka chruszczyk, ’09*, and mr. andrew chruszczyk dr. thomas g. chung jr., ’56, and mrs. jenny l. chung dr. edward c. collins and mrs. amanda collins dr. peter a. contos, ’05 dr. john cordell, ’89, and dr. nicola cordell, ’89* delta dental of illinois dr. luisa a. dipietro, ’80*, and dr. ira a. satinover, ’79*
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 honor roll colgate oral pharmaceuticals, subsidiary of colgate- palmolive crosstex international inc. dr. h. todd cubbon, ’70, and mrs. patricia cubbon cutting edge practice, inc. czarnowski display service, inc. dental arts laboratories, inc. the dentists insurance company dentsply dentsply endodontics designs for vision inc. dr. kristi r. donley* dr. deane e. doolen, ’55, and mrs. ann b. doolen dr. robert druzinsky and mrs. renee m. friedman dr. gregory l. fauth, ’73*, and mrs. geralyn a. fauth dr. patrick f. foley, ’80*, and dr. rita m. foley, ’80 dr. john s. fox, ’84* general scientific corp. glaxosmithkline dr. melvyn a. golden, ’74 dr. leroy s. gurga, ’79, and mrs. janet l. gurga dr. charles a. gutweniger, loyola ’55 dr. michael b. hagearty, northwestern ’98* dr. bennett klavan, ’44 komet usa llc dr. bob d. kompanowski, loyola ’83 dr. jeffrey a. kramer, ’79, and dr. janet m. kuhn,’79 dr. annette m. kugelmann* lang dental manufacturing company, inc. lavax inc. dr. gary w. lippincott, loyola ’80*, and mrs. cynthia lippincott dr. cathy e. longos* and dr. thomas j. longos dr. robert j. manasse, ’74*, and mrs. johanna j. manasse dr. mitchell l. marder, ’81, and mrs. carla bradshaw dr. natanya marracino* dr. richard p. martino, ’64, and mrs. margot f. martino medical protective company microdental laboratories dr. charles r. neach# and mrs. peggy d. neach mrs. tammie l. nusstein oak lawn dental care, pc dr. elizabeth m. o’dell* orascoptic orthopli corporation ortho-tain, inc. dr. thomas e. parry, ’68, and dr. daniel f. haskins, ’76, and mrs. doris parry patterson companies, inc. premier dental products procter & gamble q-optics loupes dr. brian t. quesnell* and mrs. dina quesnell dr. john c. reed, ’90, and dr. isabelle reed dr. james b. ricker, northwestern ’73, and mrs. susan c. ricker dr. stephen l. rider, ’80, and mrs. karen s. rider dr. thomas a. sarna, ’06*, and mrs. heidi j. sarna dr. michael l. schmerman dr. robert schmidt mrs. joyce haskins dr. keven s. herold* and mrs. christy herold hinrichszenk + pesavento llc hu-friedy manufacturing, inc. dr. nadia s. hussain and dr. raza a. hussain illinois section of the american college of dentists dr. cissy k. itahara, ’96*, and mr. greg i. itahara dr. james izzo, loyola ’79 johnson & johnson dr. thomas j. king jr., ’71, and mrs. maureen king 1 8 dr. john m. nusstein, ’87, and mrs. maria zehak dr. michael b. schroeder, ’80+ sheldon l. and pearl r. leibowitz foundation shofu dental corporation dr. james c. singleton and dr. rosalyn hohmann southern dental industries, inc. treloar & heisel, inc. dr. dennis m. tucker* university of michigan mr. mark j. valentino and mrs. tracy l. barth dr. marcia h. basciano, ’78 dr. scott d. beallis, ’86, and dr. mojdeh beallis dr. leonard e. beare, ’68, and mrs. lynne beare dr. eliot becker, ’63 dr. david s. behm, loyola ’81, and mrs. donna m. behm dr. david r. behringer, ’89 dr. rose s. beicos, loyola ’84 mrs. carmen p. valentino dr. richard p. bein, ’76, and voco america inc. mr. nathan vogel and mrs. laurie vogel dr. peter c. wasilkoff, ’69*, and mrs. donna j. wasilkoff dr. stephen m. weeks, ’89*, and mrs. mary s. weeks dr. ronald b. weir, ’78, and mrs. sylvia a. weir ms. barbara p. wiley william wrigley jr. company dr. george r. zehak, ’77, and $1 - $499 ms. asma ahmed mrs. jo ann m. aimone dr. chris p. alemis, ’85 mrs. lea alexander and mrs. pollyanne mather dr. dorothy a. anasinski, loyola ’93 dr. brett d. anderson, ’93, and mrs. lisa treskow dr. michael h. anderson, ’80, and mrs. linda anderson ms. sharon arrigo dr. mohammed a. aseem, ’07 dr. bobby w. austin, ’75, and mrs. joan t. austin dr. james k. bahcall, and mrs. amy r. bahcall dr. richard l. bailey, ’92 and dr. terese honel bailey, ’92 dr. mark l. bancroft, ’94, and mrs. cindy m. bancroft dr. michael j. barrows, ’73*, and mrs. susan k. barrows dr. kurt a. barth, ’97, and mrs. hye s. bein dr. logan t. bell, ’10* mr. gregory d. benson ms. jennifer l. bereckis dr. marvin l. bernstein, ’53, and mrs. hope e. bernstein dr. raymond b. bersano, ’71, and mrs. martha v. bersano dr. gregory a. bertagna, ’81, and mrs. luisa t. bertagna mr. christopher bevel mr. william s. bike and mrs. anne m. nordhaus- bike dr. susan bishop dr. paul m. blidy, ’69 dr. dalton g. blough, ’56 dr. richard a. bona, ’78, and mrs. mary p. bona dr. calvin w. borchardt, ’60* dr. theodore j. borris, ’82, and mrs. carolyn m. borris ms. saundra e. brady dr. richard w. branca, ’66 dr. william m. brennan, ’76, and mrs. mary n. brennan dr. george w. brent, ’61, and mrs. nancy j. brent dr. clifford a. brown, ’54, and mrs. deborah a. hess- brown dr. fred h. buettner, ’86 ms. virginia h. buglio dr. terry a. burke* and mrs. sharon a. burke dr. richard j. butterly, ’76, and mrs. colleen butterly mrs. gina cabay
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. robert j. cabay, loyola dr. norman c. eifler, ’57, and dr. john j. hanck, ’70, and dr. carolyn j. kemp, ’88, and dr. nancy e. hanck dr. robert j. haney, ’70 dr. wayne j. harkness, ’71, and mrs. cheryl l. harkness dr. michael d. harner and mrs. eileen h. harner dr. kevin p. harris* dr. thomas a. harris, ’82, and mrs. patricia harris dr. jeffrey c. kemp, ’88 dr. george f. kennedy, ’59 dr. hammad a. khan, ’03*, and mrs. henna khan dr. david w. kinsinger, ’76, and mrs. janice m. kinsinger dr. walter y. kitajima, ’68, and mrs. diana m. kitajima dr. james c. klein, ’60, and dr. james r. havera, ’57, and ms. yvonne j. klein dr. william g. flick, ’74, and dr. norberto j. hernandez, ’86 ms. wendy l. cerny dr. edward j. chiera, ’90 dr. robert f. chorak, ’80, and mrs. marie l. chorak dr. david l. clemens, ’80, and mrs. inger b. clemens dr. michael lee conlon, ’75*, and mrs. patricia egan conlon dr. aristides p. contos, ’76, and mrs. selma contos dr. timothy d. conway, ’77, and mrs. kathy l. conway dr. judie m. cotey, ’90, and mr. james j. cotey dr. garison d. couser* dr. james f. cramer, ’59, and mrs. marsha cramer mr. brady m. crook and mrs. melissa crook dr. philip j. cullen, ’73, and mrs. ianthe i. cullen dr. michael p. cunningham, ’93*, and mrs. deborah w. cunningham dr. thomas a. curry, ’84, and mrs. kathy m. curry dr. john m. damas, ’73*, and mrs. nancy a. damas mrs. jayne daniel dr. dale j. davis* and dr. lisa m. davis* dr. sydney r. demovsky, ’62, and mrs. dianne e. young dr. karina j. dick, ’95, and mr. ronald e. dick dr. thomas r. dirksen, ’57, and mrs. jean t. dirksen dr. james e. donlan, ’57, and mrs. carol a. donlan dr. susan b. doroshow, ’83, and mr. william doroshow dr. alison f. doubleday dr. harold r. dreebin, ’60, and mrs. reva dreebin dr. gerald i. drury, ’72 ms. julie e. dulski dr. mark d. dutz, ’75, and mrs. ann m. dutz mr. everett c. earley dr. rebecca j. egolf* and mr. dennis r. egolf ms. ada j. eifler mrs. judith a. eisenmann dr. ali ektera dr. robert a. faessel, ’68, and mrs. felicia faessel dr. richard m. faner, ’72, and mrs. madiline s. faner dr. donald e. fanning, ’81 dr. curtis d. fauble, ’88, and mrs. kathryn fauble dr. johnathan j. feehan, ’09 dr. robert f. ferek, ’84 dr. donald c. findlay, ’60, and mrs. judith r. findlay dr. john w. fischer, ’79, and mrs. amy f. fischer mrs. ann a. flick mr. raphael m. fraser dr. george r. frayn, ’80 mrs. bernice h. freeman and mr. george v. freeman dr. james p. frett, ’79, and mrs. jacqueline frett dr. ralph g. frick, ’54, and mrs. loretta m. frick dr. russell v. fu, ’75, and mrs. judith a. fu dr. paul v. gallo, loyola ’77 mr. matthew m. gantt mr. keith garman and mrs. deb garman dr. wayne m. gilmore, ’59, and mrs. lois a. gilmore dr. melvin m. glick, ’63 dr. joseph a. gluck, ’88*, and mrs. catherine gluck ms. cynthia gonya ms. yordanka gonzalez dr. paul n. greico, loyola ’89 dr. ann m. grieve, ’84, and mr. douglas g. grieve dr. stephen e. grimm iii, ’79, and mrs. celestine grimm dr. lawrence p. green, loyola ’81 dr. charles s. gross, ’57, and mrs. joni l. gross dr. mary ha, ’88 dr. allan l. hablutzel, ’82 dr. peter j. hammes, ’08 mrs. linda e. havera dr. robert j. hellige, ’73, and mrs. mary hellige dr. harry g. henderson, ’75, and mrs. patti l. henderson ’95, and mrs. vivian hernandez dr. morris a. hicks, ’65, and mrs. linda l. hicks hispanic dental association dr. bruce m. holt* dr. david horberg, ’70, and mrs. judith b. horberg dr. ralph e. horton, ’61, and mrs. mary e. horton dr. michael p. hoyland, ’74 dr. thomas j. hughes, ’80, mr. howard a. knickels and mrs. adele knickels dr. george j. kottemann, ’55*+, and mrs. norma r. kottemann+ dr. j. m. krisko, ’90, and mrs. mary b. krisko mrs. betty kruchkow mrs. valerie j. kuhl dr. elizabeth zwemer-larsen, ’50 mrs. barbara j. larew and mr. ernest e. larew dr. lawrence m. le vine, ’62* mrs. sandra e. le vine dr. david e. lemon, ’75, and mrs. pamela g. lemon dr. irving j. leonard, ’59, and mrs. marilyn m. leonard and mrs. agnes a. hughes dr. jack l. lieberman, loyola dr. ryan k. hurley, ’06* and dr. tonya m. volk* dr. kenneth c. hyten, ’66, and mrs. jane g. hyten dr. edison a. ishaya, ’94 mr. han jang dr. stephen a. johnson, ’76, and mrs. cheryl johnson dr. kenneth j. jozwiak* and mrs. sharon r. jozwiak dr. thomas d. jozwiak, ’84 dr. edmund j. jung, ’76, and mrs. elizabeth jung dr. alan w. kaplin, ’60*, and mrs. marcia s. kaplin dr. james a. karlowicz, ’75, and mrs. constance karlowicz dr. linda kaste dr. louis kaufman, ’95, and mrs. judy kaufman ’64, and mrs. marilyn gordon ms. susan d. lloyd dr. richard m. loochtan, ’77 ms. virginia m. lothrop mrs. kay e. lowder and mr. m. j. lowder dr. rollie w. lyman, ’61 capt. cornelius t. lynch dr. gilbert d. mackey, ’54, and mrs. dorothy mackey mr. harrison e. mackler dr. john a. maddrell, ’56, and mrs. beverly maddrell dr. g. d. magnes, ’58, and mrs. laurie magnes mr. bruno mancari and mrs. gina m. mancari dr. thomas w. mansfield, ’65, and mrs. susan w. mansfield dr. mohamed s. mansour, ’12 1 9
dr. howard a. oser, ’58, and mrs. sandra oser mrs. dorothy a. paesani dr. brenda r. palmer, ’99, and dr. gary g. palmer dr. robert h. parish jr., ’58, and mrs. penny j. parish ms. karen s. patton dr. james c. pauly, ’77, and mrs. jane a. pauly ms. blanca e. sanchez dr. steven h. sanders, loyola ’65*, and mrs. judy sanders dr. james e. sanford, ’75 mr. armando santana mr. richard n. savage dr. tom schlieve* ms. colleen p. scroll dr. melvin p. sered, ’58, and dr. john m. peacock, ’71, and mrs. hedy r. sered mrs. cheryl j. peacock peoria district dental society dr. abraham j. shapiro, ’44, and mrs. vivian s. shapiro dr. rita j. tamulis shea, dr. andrew f. petlak, ’79, and loyola ’88 mrs. karen e. petlak dr. earle f. pomije, ’52, and mrs. josie r. pomije dr. steven d. pooley, ’87 mr. joseph porter and mrs. florine a. porter dr. david p. potts, ’73, and dr. lorraine e. potts dr. thomas v. powell, loyola dr. peter q. shelley* dr. kenneth g. sherman ii* dr. steven m. shikami, loyola ’93 mr. nishit shivnani sigma phi epsilon fraternity house association dr. steven c. simmons, ’75, and mrs. cynthia k. simmons ms. karen r. sims dr. amarjot singh* dr. darryl r. smith, ’88 dr. joseph a. smith, ’64, and mrs. janet g. smith dr. michael a. thompson, ’03* dr. william j. tonne, ’72, and mrs. margaret a. tonne mr. scott topp dr. andrew p. trapani, ’69, and mrs. pamela t. trapani dr. ronald e. trapp, ’69, and dr. sue e. trapp-hamilton, ’71 mr. fred h. tschirley and mrs. mary j. tschirley dr. burton s. turek, ’62, and mrs. barbara r. turek mrs. rhoda w. turek dr. michael d. uhde* and mrs. elizabeth uhde mr. bryant ukaigwe dr. rigoberto ulloa, ’03 dr. christina g. venizelos, ’82, and dr. paul c. venizelos dr. dana d. vitkus, ’70, and mr. alex vitkus dr. daniel r. vodvarka, ’72, and mrs. deborah j. vodvarka dr. lawrence r. voss, ’78, and mrs. marie c. voss dr. richard e. walton* and mrs. laura r. walton s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 honor roll dr. thomas m. mareing, ’75 dr. robert n. marley, ’75, and mrs. patricia a. marley mr. michael j. martin dr. paul r. martineau, ’74, and mrs. janet f. martineau dr. linda tiffin mascorro, ’81 dr. morio masunaga dr. michael w. mathewson, ’80 dr. joseph d. mazzola, loyola ’83 dr. richard f. mcbride, ’67* dr. richard t. mcdaniel, ’65*, and mrs. hannah t. mcdaniel dr. lawrence j. meekma, ’76, and mrs. patricia l. meekma dr. david f. meisner, ’76 ms. luz m. mendez dr. charles w. miller* and mrs. dru a. miller dr. james b. miller, ’61, and ’57 mrs. linda e. miller dr. miloslava m. miller, ’09, and mr. kevin r. miller dr. ronald e. mizer, ’64, and mrs. gloria mizer dr. lee e. moore, ’74, and mrs. rebecca j. moore dr. f. r. murphy, loyola ’81, and mrs. catherine m. murphy dr. scott r. musil, ’83, and mrs. roseanne r. musil dr. laura m. neumann, ’77, and dr. charles a. neumann dr. robert v. noone, ’72, and mrs. kendra l. noone ms. khatija noorullah ms. nancy a. norman dr. gerald m. noskin, ’57, and mrs. shari c. noskin dr. andrew j. nowak, ’85 dr. glenda e. nuckols, ’78, and mr. larry d. crosby dr. edward h. obrock, ’55, and mrs. leola g. obrock ms. ana lisa f. ogbac dr. roy e. olson, ’51 2 0 dr. thomas l. prendergast, ’90 dr. mary a. rackauskas* dr. robert e. rada, ’85 dr. amsaveni ramachandran dr. brian reardon, loyola ’85 dr. gary k. resch, and mrs. roma resch dr. annmarie redmond, ’13 dr. nijole a. remeikis, ’59 dr. patricia a. roberts, ’76 dr. charles w. roe, ’72, and mrs. mary m. roe dr. thomas w. rogers, ’81 dr. sandra l. bogdon- romeo, ’84, and dr. gary j. romeo* dr. genaro romo, ’97, and mrs. sandy romo dr. herbert n. rosen, ’48 dr. ross e. rubino, ’77, and mrs. terri rubino dr. gerald p. runde, ’81, and mrs. karen r. runde dr. richard j. ryan, ’77, and mrs. joann c. ryan dr. surekha sakala* dr. larry salzmann, northwestern, ’79 dr. karen m. smith-cheng, dr. harvey a. wigdor, ’76, and loyola ’78 dr. james f. soltes, loyola ’73, and mrs. linda s. soltes dr. donald c. sorensen, ’64* dr. bradley j. stanciu, ’90, and dr. lindy a. kona, ’89 dr. paul h. stines, ’63, and mrs. joan m. stines dr. steven j. stone, ’79 dr. lee j. stopoulos, ’65, and mrs. penny stopoulos dr. george d. sturman, ’54+, and mrs. adrianne sturman mr. tim sullivan mr. vinay a. surpuriya dr. hanne t. sweetnam- boyd, loyola ’79+ dr. richard c. talbot, ’63 dr. carrie e. thangamani* and mr. vijay thangamani mrs. pamela waltz dr. neil m. warshawsky, ’90* dr. wesley k. watanabe, ’60, and mrs. madoka a. watanabe dr. gregory l. weathers, ’73 mrs. jackie weine and mr. allan d. weine dr. joseph r. wells, ’69*, and mrs. adele j. wells dr. randy m. widen, ’69 dr. gerald l. wine, ’67, and mrs. linda s. wine dr. david a. wold, ’83, and mrs. susan wold dr. john f. wonderlick, ’71, and mrs. jill a. wonderlick dr. frank j. woolman, ’75*, and mrs. pamela woolman dr. christine d. wu ms. jianchun wu
dr. david a. wurzbach, ’88, and mrs. linda m. wurzbach dr. richard h. yamada, ’66, and mrs. mildred a. yamada dr. rodney e. yergler, loyola ’84 dr. florian h. zablotny and mrs. gertrude j. zablotny ms. lubing zhang dr. karla a. zinkann, ’81 gifts by class year class of 1944 dr. abraham j. shapiro class of 1948 dr. herbert n. rosen class of 1950 dr. elizabeth zwemer-larsen class of 1951 dr. jerome fein* dr. roy e. olson class of 1952 dr. earle f. pomije class of 1953 dr. marvin l. bernstein class of 1954 dr. joseph a. aimone+ dr. clifford a. brown dr. ralph g. frick dr. gilbert d. mackey dr. george d. sturman+ class of 1955 dr. deane e. doolen dr. george j. kottemann*+ dr. edward h. obrock class of 1956 dr. dalton g. blough dr. thomas g. chung jr. dr. robert p. eisinger dr. john a. maddrell class of 1957 dr. thomas r. dirksen dr. james e. donlan dr. norman c. eifler dr. charles s. gross dr. james r. havera dr. gerald m. noskin class of 1958 dr. samson s. flores dr. seymour l. gottlieb dr. donald kaneoka dr. g. d. magnes dr. howard a. oser dr. robert h. parish jr. dr. melvin p. sered class of 1959 dr. james f. cramer dr. wayne m. gilmore dr. george f. kennedy dr. irving j. leonard dr. nijole a. remeikis class of 1960 dr. calvin w. borchardt* dr. harold r. dreebin dr. thomas e. emmering dr. donald c. findlay dr. alan w. kaplin* dr. james c. klein dr. wesley k. watanabe class of 1961 dr. george w. brent dr. ralph e. horton dr. rollie w. lyman dr. james b. miller class of 1962 dr. sydney r. demovsky dr. lawrence m. le vine* dr. burton s. turek class of 1963 dr. eliot becker dr. melvin m. glick dr. paul h. stines dr. richard c. talbot class of 1964 dr. richard p. martino dr. ronald e. mizer dr. joseph a. smith u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. donald c. sorensen* dr. samuel s. wexler class of 1965 dr. morris a. hicks dr. thomas w. mansfield dr. richard t. mcdaniel* dr. lee j. stopoulos class of 1966 dr. bruce w. allen dr. richard w. branca dr. kenneth c. hyten dr. milton m. murasaki dr. richard h. yamada class of 1967 dr. richard f. mcbride* dr. gerald l. wine class of 1968 dr. leonard e. beare dr. robert a. faessel dr. joseph r. jedrychowski* dr. walter y. kitajima dr. thomas e. parry dr. d. milton salzer class of 1969 dr. paul m. blidy dr. joseph e. canzona* dr. andrew p. trapani dr. ronald e. trapp dr. peter c. wasilkoff* dr. joseph r. wells* dr. randy m. widen class of 1970 dr. gerald m. bieze dr. h. todd cubbon dr. john j. hanck dr. robert j. haney dr. david horberg mr. steven n. miller dr. dana d. vitkus class of 1971 dr. raymond b. bersano dr. william j. bleecker dr. wayne j. harkness dr. james h. isaacson dr. thomas j. king jr. dr. john m. peacock dr. thomas e. resnick* dr. bob c. stone* dr. sue e. trapp-hamilton dr. christopher s. wenckus* dr. john f. wonderlick class of 1972 dr. rhonna l. cohen dr. gerald i. drury dr. richard m. faner dr. robert v. noone dr. charles w. roe dr. william j. tonne dr. daniel r. vodvarka class of 1973 dr. michael j. barrows* dr. philip j. cullen dr. john m. damas* dr. gregory l. fauth* dr. robert j. hellige dr. david p. potts dr. gregory l. weathers class of 1974 dr. william g. flick dr. melvyn a. golden dr. michael p. hoyland dr. robert j. manasse* dr. paul r. martineau dr. lee e. moore class of 1975 dr. bobby w. austin dr. michael lee conlon* dr. mark d. dutz dr. russell v. fu dr. harry g. henderson dr. james a. karlowicz dr. david e. lemon dr. thomas m. mareing dr. robert n. marley dr. james e. sanford dr. steven c. simmons dr. frank j. woolman* class of 1976 dr. richard p. bein dr. william m. brennan dr. joseph m. burbick dr. richard j. butterly dr. aristides p. contos dr. daniel f. haskins dr. stephen a. johnson dr. edmund j. jung dr. david w. kinsinger 2 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 honor roll dr. lawrence j. meekma dr. david f. meisner dr. raymond f. munaretto* dr. patricia a. roberts dr. harvey a. wigdor class of 1977 dr. mark c. baker* dr. timothy d. conway dr. gary w. long dr. richard m. loochtan dr. laura m. neumann dr. james c. pauly dr. ross e. rubino dr. richard j. ryan dr. george r. zehak class of 1978 dr. marcia h. basciano dr. richard a. bona dr. james h. bryniarski dr. gary r. herberger dr. martin kolinski* dr. glenda e. nuckols dr. lawrence r. voss dr. ronald b. weir class of 1979 dr. james benz dr. andrew w. browar* dr. john w. fischer dr. james p. frett dr. stephen e. grimm iii dr. leroy s. gurga dr. jeffrey a. kramer dr. janet m. kuhn dr. andrew f. petlak dr. ira a. satinover* dr. timmothy j. schwartz dr. steven j. stone dr. hanne t. sweetnam- boyd+ class of 1980 dr. michael h. anderson dr. robert f. chorak dr. david l. clemens dr. luisa a. dipietro* dr. patrick f. foley* dr. rita m. foley dr. george r. frayn dr. thomas j. hughes dr. michael w. mathewson dr. stephen l. rider 2 2 dr. michael b. schroeder+ dr. john w. zurek class of 1981 dr. gregory a. bertagna dr. donald e. fanning dr. joel r. korczak dr. mitchell l. marder dr. linda tiffin mascorro dr. thomas w. rogers dr. gerald p. runde dr. karla a. zinkann class of 1982 dr. randy l. bisping dr. theodore j. borris dr. allan l. hablutzel dr. thomas a. harris dr. marc g. pescheret* dr. daniel w. steadman dr. christina g. venizelos class of 1983 dr. michael e. bond dr. patrick j. carroll dr. james c. davis dr. susan b. doroshow dr. arlene m. engert dr. william b. hamel dr. michael d. mora dr. scott r. musil dr. david a. wold class of 1984 dr. sandra l. bogdon- romeo dr. thomas a. curry dr. robert f. ferek dr. john s. fox* dr. ann m. grieve dr. thomas d. jozwiak dr. tony w. liu dr. susan a. rowan class of 1985 dr. alex g. alemis dr. thomas b. braun dr. andrew j. nowak dr. robert e. rada class of 1986 dr. scott d. beallis dr. fred h. buettner class of 1987 dr. john m. nusstein dr. steven d. pooley class of 1988 dr. michael g. durbin* dr. curtis d. fauble dr. joseph a. gluck dr. mary ha dr. mark j. humenik dr. carolyn j. kemp dr. jeffrey c. kemp dr. renee p. pappas dr. darryl r. smith dr. david a. wurzbach class of 1989 dr. david r. behringer dr. david m. cohen dr. john cordell dr. lindy a. kona dr. joanne r. oppenheim* dr. stephen m. weeks class of 1990 dr. barry m. cherny* dr. edward j. chiera dr. judie m. cotey dr. j. m. krisko dr. thomas l. prendergast dr. john c. reed dr. bradley j. stanciu dr. neil m. warshawsky* class of 1991 dr. cheryl mora class of 1992 dr. sunita bajaj dr. richard l. bailey dr. terese honel bailey dr. martin j. rogers* class of 1993 dr. brett d. anderson dr. vincent j. arpino* dr. tina smith arpino dr. cathleen patricia coyne dr. michael p. cunningham* dr. manal ibrahim-lavacca* class of 1994 dr. mark l. bancroft dr. edison a. ishaya class of 1995 dr. karina j. dick dr. norberto j. hernandez dr. louis kaufman class of 1996 dr. cissy k. itahara* dr. denise l. mcallister* dr. regina h. rocha* class of 1997 dr. kurt a. barth dr. genaro romo dr. steven t. kuhn* class of 1998 dr. chris p. alemis dr. bryan c. blew dr. robert e. haraden dr. john nowak* class of 1999 dr. brenda r. palmer class of 2000 dr. hong j. chon* dr. gabriel d. hostalet dr. yoon s. park* class of 2001 dr. rick a. munaretto* dr. stephanie m. ward class of 2002 dr. dennis r. lamonte* class of 2003 dr. hammad a. khan* dr. jon dale nickelsen dr. michael a. thompson* dr. rigoberto ulloa class of 2004 dr. tricia r. crosby* class of 2005 dr. peter a. contos class of 2006 dr. ryan k. hurley*
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y class of 2007 dr. mohammed a. aseem dr. victor g. gonzalez class of 2008 dr. peter j. hammes class of 2009 dr. agnieszka chruszczyk* dr. johnathan j. feehan dr. miloslava m. miller class of 2010 dr. logan t. bell* class of 2012 dr. mohamed s. mansour class of 2013 dr. annmarie redmond specialty degrees dr. miranda s. albert dr. zikra a. alkhayal dr. saad al-kharsa dr. mona a. al-sane dr. shereen s. azer dr. meenakshi i. balakrishnan dr. james w. blackburn dr. taisa l. szeremeta- browar dr. terry a. burke dr. andrew j. calhoun dr. shawna r. chesser dr. clara chow dr. nicola cordell dr. garison d. couser dr. john m. damas dr. dale j. davis dr. lisa m. davis dr. kristi r. donley dr. jason a. edwards dr. rebecca j. egolf dr. shahrbanoo fadavi dr. robert w. glineburg dr. newton c. gordon dr. timothy r. gresla dr. michael b. hagearty dr. jianjun hao dr. kevin p. harris dr. keven s. herold dr. bruce m. holt dr. mark r. jensen dr. bradford r. johnson dr. diane johnson dr. lars b. jonsson dr. kenneth j. jozwiak dr. james d. kassolis dr. martin kolinski dr. annette m. kugelmann dr. daniel m. laskin dr. lihong lin dr. gary w. lippincott dr. yi-chen liu dr. cathy e. longos dr. mulokozi lugakingira dr. fred margolis+ dr. natanya marracino dr. ricardo y. mendoza dr. raymond f. munaretto dr. charles w. miller dr. michael j. mintz dr. elizabeth m. o’dell dr. linda c. powers dr. brian t. quesnell dr. william j. quest dr. mary a. rackauskas dr. scott r. rehm dr. gary romeo dr. michael j. ryan dr. surekha sakala dr. tom schlieve dr. peter q. shelley dr. kenneth g. sherman ii dr. amarjot singh dr. jin-moon soh dr. keith sommers dr. howard e. spector dr. carrie e. thangamani dr. andrew j. tringas dr. dennis m. tucker dr. michael d. uhde dr. victoria a. ursitti dr. tonya m. volk dr. timothy walsh dr. richard e. walton dr. peter wasilkoff dr. stephen h. y. wei dr. scott a. weiskopf dr. louis a. whitesman loyola dr. dorothy a. anasinski, ’93 dr. gary w. brankin, ’81* dr. david s. behm, ’81 dr. rose s. beicos, ’84 dr. blase p. brown, ’81 dr. robert j. cabay, ’86 dr. samuel j. cascio, ’52 dr. scott a. emalfarb, ’89 dr. paul v. gallo, ’77 dr. lawrence p. green, ’81 dr. paul n. greico, ’89 dr. charles a. gutweniger, ’55 dr. james izzo, ’79 dr. angela j. kalb, ’93 dr. bob d. kompanowski, ’83 dr. jack l. lieberman, loyola ’64 dr. gary w. lippincott, ’80* dr. frank a. maggio, ’71 dr. joseph d. mazzola, ’83 dr. richard a. munaretto, ’69# dr. f. r. murphy, ’81 dr. thomas v. powell, ’57 dr. brian reardon, ’85 dr. steven h. sanders, ’65* dr. rita j. tamulis shea, ’88 dr. steven m. shikami, ’93 dr. karen m. smith-cheng, ’78 dr. james f. soltes, ’73 dr. rosella j. spadoni- french, ’84 dr. hanne t. sweetnam- boyd, ’79+ dr. timothy walsh, ’79 dr. rodney e. yergler, ’84 dr. michelle n. zmick northwestern dr. perry danos, ’90 dr. michael b. hagearty, ’98* dr. james b. ricker, ’73 dr. larry salzmann, ’79 dr. howard e. spector, ’81 italic names: the uic college of dentistry recognizes those members of the university of illinois foundation’s presidents council. *uic college of dentistry post-graduate program alumnus/alumna. +deceased. donors of $1,000 or more are members of the college’s dean’s council, a prestigious group of some of the college’s most generous supporters. every effort has been made to list all contributions correctly. we apologize for any oversight or error and ask that you please report it to ana lisa ogbac, director of donor relations. call (312) 996-0485 or e-mail dentadvancement@ uic.edu. 2 3
w i n t e r 2 0 1 6 | n u m b e r 6 1 f e a t u r e the ambassador d e a n c la r k sta n f o r d e x pa n d s c o l l e g e ’ s g lo ba l o u t r e a c h i n c h i n a b y w i l l i a m s . b i k e clark stanford lecturing in china. 2 4
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y sir run run hospital, affiliated with the medical school of zhejiang university in hangzhou, welcomed dr. stanford and dr. t. peter tsay, professor of orthodontics. the university of illinois at chicago is an international university. one of its selling points is that it provides a “world-class education in a world-class city.” it has an office of international services, an office of international affairs, and centers for global health in our college of medicine and school of public health. global health plays an increasing crucial role in global food security and general security. the university prides itself on training the next generation of global health leaders, conducting collaborative, trans-disciplinary research that addresses critical global health threats; and by building the capacity of the university and its global health partners to respond to the complex health issues that challenge all. the college of dentistry is doing its part through several global outreach initiatives, and is committed to doing so at the highest level. that is why the college’s dean, dr. clark stanford, in october spent several weeks in china lecturing in and building partnerships with dental schools in five chinese cities. invitation to diplomacy the trip came about because dr. t. peter tsay, professor of orthodontics, also has an appointment at the school of stomatology at nanjing medical university (nmu) in nanjing, china. dr. christine wu, professor, pediatric dentistry, helped to organize the trip to sun yat-sen university in guangzhou, china. “i approached dean stanford with the idea of establishing a faculty/ student exchange program and scholarly and research collaborations with nmu, and he readily agreed,” dr. tsay explained. “i then contacted the vice president of academic affairs at nmu, dr. lin wang, who also is a uic college of dentistry alumnus, a post-doctorate fellow, 1996-98.” “they wanted to understand more about uic and the potential for partnership,” dr. stanford said. “once i agreed, word spread to other dental schools, and i ended up speaking in schools in five cities”—the most prestigious five out of the approximately 200 dental schools in china. 2 5
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 guanghua school of stomatology at sun yat-sen university in guangzhou has state-of-the-science operatories. dr. stanford’s trip was at no cost to uic, with the chinese universities paying the dean’s travel costs. dr. stanford said, “i worked my tail off giving all-day talks wherever i went.” he also kept up with his uic work. “in today’s world you are interconnected,” dr. stanford explained. “if you’re jet- lagged you wake up in the middle of the night anyway, and that’s basically the middle of the day in chicago so i could check my phone and check my email.” the globally focused dr. stanford, back when he interviewed for the deanship in 2014, said one of his goals for the college was to expand its global presence and global brand. “when you do that, you get the best potential postgraduate students to come to our programs—often with their government or their university supporting it,” he said. “i’m an ambassador for uic, and that ambassadorship is important for them to build trust, so if they send their students to uic for a rotation or a phd program they know they can trust us,” dr. stanford said. “in chinese culture, seeing your face and knowing who you’re talking to is important. they need to know they can trust you, and the only way to build that trust is to meet them.” another advantage of building the college’s global outreach is research collaborations. “in china, they have all of the facilities, equipment, and materials that any western dental school would have, and they have the money they need for research, but what they really want is western collaborators to help their research expand and get published in journals in english,” dr. stanford explained. 2 6 “the cultural exchange is important, too,” he added. “we’re planning short-term and long-term exchanges of faculty so they can see how we do things here in our educational system. they are a hybrid between the british model—you finish high school and enter dental school for an intense seven-year education period—and the american model: they teach what we teach and their approach to education is similar to ours.” dr. stanford noted he is not looking for students for the dmd program. “we are here for the state of illinois and we primarily accept illinois residents,” he said. while he expects the college will have some excellent applicants from china for postgraduate program because of the college’s global outreach, “i’m more interested in faculty development, faculty exchanges, understanding what works for them and what works for us and how we can learn from each other,” he said. “once you get to know someone and understand how they think, you don’t have the anxieties or animosities that can occur when you don’t reach across the fence,” dr. stanford said. “what i’m trying to do is reach across that fence, and the chinese are very eager to, given the shakiness of the geopolitical situation in the world. we need to continue to do that.” chinese dentistry and dental schools dr. stanford learned that dentistry in china has undergone a revolution in the last decade. “they’ve gone from approximately all of the dentists located in a city dental hospital, which they call a hospital of stomatology, to where about half of the practitioners are in what we consider a fee-for-service practice, a completely different model for them,” dr. stanford said. “so the education model is shifting too from one that is completely hospital-based to one where they are educating general dentists to go into a more private practice setting. “that fee-for-service private practice model surprised me,” he continued. “insurance is almost unknown there, dr. christine wu, professor, pediatric dentistry; dr. stanford; and dean cheng bin and assistant dean dr. wang yan of the guanghua school of stomatology.
in nanjing (below), dr. stanford and nanjing medical university officials signed an agreement that will result in exchanges of faculty members, students, and academic materials, and joint research and educational activities. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y government pay for dental care is essentially non-existent, and credit-card use is not common, so people pay out of pocket in cash.” at nanjing medical university, dr. stanford and nmu officials signed an agreement that will result in exchanges of faculty members, students, and academic materials, and joint research and educational activities. dr. stanford and dr. tsay also gave a daylong seminar, with dr. stanford speaking on dental implants and dr. tsay speaking on facial esthetics. the president of nmu, dr. hongbing shen, also added dr. stanford to the school’s faculty as a visiting professor. “the hospitality extended to us while we were there was outstanding,” dr. tsay noted. “we also visited some interesting and historical sites in nanjing city.” a faculty member speaks to students at sun yat-sen university. the college has been sending students to its guanghua school of stomatology since 2012. dr. stanford also lectured at dental schools in guangzhou, shenzhen, xian, and shanghai. “i gave talks to the dental students, and to the local alumni and faculty, at each of these universities,” he said. the college has had an exchange program with the guanghua school of stomatology at sun yat-sen university in guangzhou since 2012. dr. christine wu, professor, pediatric dentistry, was instrumental in facilitating this collaborative relationship. “since then, more than a dozen of our d-4 students have visited guanghua in a program the spring before graduation,” she said. dean cheng bin invited dr. stanford to present lectures in implantology and to perform implant placements at guanghua. dr. wu accompanied him, and noted that she “served as an interpreter to facilitate smooth flowing of communications and activities.” in treating patients, “i would look at the material in the syringe and think it might be an impression material, but i didn’t really know until i started using it,” he said. “there was a lot of that where things were just a little different.” life in china like any traveler, dr. stanford was fascinated with the differences from home in the land he was visiting. “all of the cities are big—really, big,” dr. stanford observed. “a small city in china has nine million people; shanghai has 25 million. it took me a while as a westerner to get used to so many people around me on the street, although i always felt safe. the chinese, however, feel when they come to the u.s., that there are not enough people around. in nanjing there were fewer foreigners than in the 2 7
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 uic college of dentistry on the world stage the college’s outreach to dental schools in china is only one of its many global initiatives. the college has ties with niigata university graduate school of medical and dental sciences and tokyo medical and dental university in japan. a tokyo faculty member, dr. mamoru yotsuya, currently is at the college for a year to work with assistant professor of oral biology dr. david a. reed. dr. mohammed elnagar, an orthodontics faculty member from tanta university in tanta, egypt, and dr. seunghoon yoo, a pediatric dentist from dankook university college of dentistry in cheonan, republic of korea, also are visiting scholars at the college. dr. jin-moon soh, pediatric dentistry ’73, and ms oral sciences ’74, professor emeritus, pediatric dentistry, has made many trips to the republic of korea and brought many visiting korean scholars to the college. dr. sam flores, ’58, professor emeritus of restorative dentistry, has decades-long collaborations with the philippines. the college has collaborations with the college of dentistry at the university of dammam in kuwait and the college of dentistry at king saud university in saudi arabia. it also is working on research associations with the university of sao paolo (usp), brazil, and dr. ayne simoes, assistant professor, biomaterials and oral biology department at usp, is spending a year at the college working with dr. luisa a. dipietro, associate vice chancellor for research. through the work of dr. caswell evans, associate dean for prevention and public health sciences, and dr. richard monahan, head of oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, faculty dr. nana gyimah from knust school of dentistry in kumasi, ghana, and dr. sira owibingire from muhimbili university’s school of dentistry in dar es salaam, tanzania, have visited the college to learn new ways of detecting, diagnosing, and treating oral diseases. for several years, d-4s have had the opportunity to perform service learning rotations in china, guatemala, and tanzania, under dr. evans’ direction. a team consisting of uic college of dentistry personnel completed a dental mission in bethlehem, palestine, over the winter break. the mission was led by dr. sahar alrayyes, predoctoral and postgraduate pediatric clinic director at the college, and included dr. anne-ashley compton, pediatric dentist and alumna of the pediatric dentistry residency program at the college, and dr. haider aljewari, periodontic resident at the college. the team screened patients and provided dental care under general anesthesia for the children of the huda al masri cancer department at beit jala hospital as well as for children with special needs. since 1994, the college has had what started out as international dentist program and now is the dmd advanced standing program, in which foreign-trained dentists who are american citizens or legal residents earn an american dmd degree. a number of groups have traveled to foreign countries to provide oral healthcare to the underserved. for example, in december a team completed a dental mission in bethlehem, palestine. the mission was led by dr. sahar alrayyes, ms pediatric dentistry ’02, predoctoral and postgraduate pediatric clinic director at the college, and included dr. anne-ashley compton, pediatric dentistry ’16, and dr. haider aljewari, ’16. periodontic resident at the college. dr. james a. radosevich, professor, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, has collaborated with the uganda school for the deaf, helping out the school with toothbrushes and toothpaste, cpr mannequins, and other items. the college hosted and was one of the sponsors of the institute of biomaterials, tribocorrosion, and nanomedicine (ibtn) fourth research symposium, a us-brazil joint venture, on feb. 17. “i visited a dental school in tel aviv, israel, and saw in their dental history museum they have a photo of a uic college of dentistry class, courtesy of dr. sam wexler, ’64, who helped put their museum together,” dean clark stanford said. “that shows even the dean is sometimes surprised by our international reach.” 2 8
other cities, so it took me a while to get used to being stared at because i was often the only non-asian on the street.” ask a specific question about the environment, toxicity, or whatever, they have all the data samples at their fingertips.” many people use electric scooters for transportation, u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y instead of the old two-cycle gasoline scooters that caused so much pollution. “the electric scooters are silent, so they’ll come right up to you and you might not notice it until you’re in danger of being run over,” dr. stanford said. “never underestimate “traffic on the street seems unorganized, but because it’s dense it doesn’t move that fast, so there’s a constant waltz going on among pedestrians and vehicles,” he explained. “there are few accidents, but many near misses.” also many the value of brand recognition and people knowing you. you never know when it’s going to pay back in an indirect or direct benefit. ” -dean clark stanford buicks. “the founding father of modern china, dr. sun yat- sen, owned a buick,” dr. stanford said. “i saw it in a museum. so the people have an affinity for buicks.” he noted that many of the students at his lectures had familiarity with english, particularly reading it. “they struggle a little with american ‘english,’ though, so sometimes i had a translator,” dr. stanford said. food, dr. stanford learned, is very important to the chinese. “they want to make sure you are well taken-care of at every meal,” he explained. “like your mother, if they didn’t believe you were eating enough, they would put more on your plate.” some little differences surprised dr. stanford. “i haven’t seen a removable pop top on a can in 40 years, but they have them there,” he noted. “in every elevator in every hotel, they would have a rug on the floor that gave you the day of the week.” many tv series would have a military angle. “even the soap operas are military,” dr. stanford noted. “a number of the tv shows were set in world war ii and the nationalist party era, which ended in 1949. the year of the communist revolution, 1949, is like 1776 for us. “the chinese are fascinated by the nationalist era, and historic sites like the home of chiang kai-shek and his presidential palace are highly visited by the chinese, and these sites are well kept up,” he said. with a huge land mass and the largest population of any country on earth, “when the chinese put their mind to it, they really can put resources into a project,” dr. stanford said. “i visited the national reproductive research laboratories in nanjing. they have tissue samples from newborns, mothers, and fathers all computerized. if an investigator wants to moving forward dr. wu, dr. stanford, and dr. susan rowan, associate dean for clinical affairs, currently are “organizing a four- week externship program to accommodate four guanghua dental students in coming to the uic college of dentistry,” dr. wu noted. “they will not see patients; this is really more of a cultural exchange to understand oral health issues from different perspectives,” dr. stanford explained. “we have some collaborations with other chinese dental schools as well, so my intention is to go back next year and build on that partnership, on our recognition, on our global brand, to increase the numbers of people wanting to work with us, our research collaborations, our faculty development,” he noted. “never underestimate the value of brand recognition and people knowing you,” dr. stanford said. “you never know when it’s going to pay back in an indirect or direct benefit that you never anticipated. “it’s the old story of bridges,” dr. stanford concluded. “you never want to burn a bridge, because some day you may need to cross it.” 2 9
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 you’re invited! uic college of dentistry’s alumni reunion, celebrating uic dds, specialty degree and loyola dds class years ending in -2 and -7. special recognition program for 1967, 1997 and 1992. friday, april 21, 2017 friday, april 21, 2017 the carlisle banquets the carlisle banquets 435 e butterﬁeld rd. 435 e butterﬁeld rd. lombard, il 60148 lombard, il 60148 rsvp due by april 3rd at $125 per person. hosted by the uic college of dentistry and the uic dental alumni association board of directors outstanding achievement awards distinguished dental alumnus dr. samson s. flores, ’58 program schedule 6:30pm open bar reception f. william towner organized dentistry award dr. david s. evaskus, ’70, ms omfs ’75 7:30pm dinner raffaele suriano award dr. phillip j. fijal, loyola ’86 e. lloyd dubrul faculty achievement award dr. michael l. santucci, northwestern ’74 8:30pm awards and recognition program for more information contact our ofﬁce at (312) 996-0670, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 3 0 19871987199219921992198219971997198719671197211987199219821997119821972
nih awards $17.7m in funding to uic's center for clinical and translational science; dean clark stanford to direct its pilot grant program the university of illinois at chica- go’s center for clinical and trans- lational science (ccts) will receive $17.7 million over four years from the national institutes of health in a clinical and translational science award (ctsa) to translate scientific discoveries into better health and better medicine, and to conduct innovative clinical and translational research. the new funding will allow all uic researchers to make real-world advances in health and health care by developing a diverse clinical trans- lational workforce that can address today’s complex health problems, collaborating and engaging with a broad range of stakeholders both locally and nationally, and integrating research discoveries across the full spectrum of clinical science from ba- sic biology to population approaches to reduce disease and improve qual- ity of life. the college of dentistry, as one of uic’s seven health science col- leges, is part of a campus-wide effort to increase translational and clinical research. dean clark stanford plays a role as the director of the pilot grant program for the ccts. he is overseeing the strategic direction and performance of this important initia- tive sparking new collaborations and research discoveries for all areas of science across campus. “our basic research faculty will have a clear conduit to the clinical research expertise on campus,” the new nih funding will allow uic researchers, including those at the college of dentistry, to make real-world advances in health and health care. pictured are associate dean for research and oral biology head dr. lyndon cooper and researcher dmd/phd students osama siddiqui and elizabeth guirado. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y news dr. stanford said. “the use of the pilot grants will allow bench discoveries in the oral health sciences at the college of dentistry to move both into the clinic and, aspirationally, with- in communities of interest. improving community health is a key long-term goal of this program.” dr. stanford added, “a key ele- ment of the mission of the college of dentistry is to discover and translate new knowledge at the boundaries of science, transforming oral health care practice, social systems, and related technologies for the benefit of indi- viduals, families and communities.” he also said, “therefore the ctsa/ccts funding helps to build a vital bridge that connects our 40- plus talented research investiga- tors with opportunities to apply their discoveries to improving pa- tient health. this award creates op- portunities that can be leveraged for both the college and university but most importantly, the communities we serve.” u.s. senator dick durbin visits college u.s. senator dick durbin and his staff have been very engaged with the college recently. on october 26, the college was honored with a visit from senator durbin. he came to learn more about the college’s education, healthcare, and research endeavors and to share news of his legislative priorities re- garding healthcare. “uic’s college of dentistry has been leading the way in illinois in clinical dental health research and education,” durbin said. “i was pleased to sit down with the col- lege’s leadership to learn more about their educational programs and inno- vative research, and was particularly 3 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 news in photo are (left to right) dr. barbara j. wilson, executive vice president, vice president for academic affairs, and the kathryn lee baynes dallenbach professor, uiuc dept. of communication; dr. michael redding, vice chancellor for public and government affairs, uic; dr. michael amiridis, chancellor, uic; senator dick durbin; dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research, uic college of dentistry; and dr. susan rowan, associate dean for clinical affairs, uic college of dentistry. impressed by their work expanding dental care to underserved popula- tions.” with dean clark stanford out of the country in china on behalf of the college, the discussion was led by dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research, and dr. susan rowan, ’84, associate dean for clinical af- fairs at the college, and included dr. michael amiridis, chancellor, uic; dr. michael redding, vice chancellor for public and government affairs, uic; dr. barbara j. wilson, executive vice president, vice president for ac- ademic affairs, and the kathryn lee baynes dallenbach professor, uiuc dept. of communication; and addi- tional members of durbin’s team and uic staff. the durbin team included tran nguyen, clarisol duque, and corey tellez. “dean clark stanford has done an incredible job inviting local and statewide officials to the college of dentistry in order to see the far reaching contributions it makes,” dr. rowan said. “senator durbin’s re- 3 2 cent visit allowed us to share that ed- ucating future generations of oral health care providers and providing excellent patient care and cutting edge research makes the college of dentistry essential to the city, state, and beyond.” dr. rowan noted that senator durbin “expressed avid interest in the college’s remarkable diversity and its efforts to mitigate the opioid crisis in the country. he was also interested in student tuition and debt and its impact on employment opportunities after graduation. he enjoyed tours of a research laboratory, patient care and simulation clinics. hopefully the senator and his staff will visit again in the future.” prior to senator durbin’s visit, student elizabeth guirado, who is active with the american associa- tion for dental research, and adam parikh, a dental student from mid- western university, on sept. 15 met with nguyen, an aide to senator durbin, to discuss a labor, health, and human services appropriations bill that the students were asking senator durbin to support. the senator also is a proponent of national institutes of health/na- tional institute of dental and cranio- facial research funding. the meeting was facilitated by carolyn mullen, aadr director of government affairs, and tiffany kaszuba, vice president for cavarocci ruscio dennis associ- ates, which consults with the aadr. alumni reunion scheduled for april 21 uic college of dentistry and loyola university chicago dental alumni, as well as college of dentistry faculty, staff, and students, will gather at the 2017 college of dentistry reunion at carlisle banquets, 435 e. butterfield rd. in lombard, il, friday, april 21. tickets are $100 before march 5, $125 after that date. an open bar reception will begin at 6:30 p.m., with dinner at 7:30 p.m. reunion 2017 celebrates all members of dds and specialty pro-
reunion 2017 award recipients distinguished dental alumnus award dr. s. sol flores, ’58 a clinical professor of restorative dentistry and a member of the col- lege’s faculty since 1948, dr. s. sol flores oversaw 22 domestic and international dental graduates who went on to academic careers as deans, department heads, program directors, and faculty. he has been a volunteer at pacific garden mission health services in chicago for more than 50 years. he was a consultant and examiner for the specialty of prosthodontics for the illinois state department of professional regula- tion for 20 years. dr. raffaele suriano award dr. phillip j. fijal, loyola ’86 dr. phillip j. fijal is president of the board of directors of the chicago dental society. he has served in all other executive posts of the cds board as well. also for the cds, he has served as chair and in other executive posts for the members group and as president and in other executive posts for the northwest suburban branch. in addition, he has served as chair of the midwin- ter meeting affairs committee and of the policy manual committee. dr. fijal also is president of the jef- frey pride foundation for pediatric cancer research. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. f. william towner organized dentistry award dr. david s. evaskus, ’70, ms omfs ’75 dr. david s. evaskus has been involved in organized dentistry for many years going back to his student days, when he co-found- ed the student american dental association in 1969-70. he is ac- tive in more than a dozen dental organizations, including service as president of the chicago society of oral and maxillofacial surgeons. he is a former faculty member in the department of oral and maxillofa- cial surgery. dr. e. lloyd du brul faculty achievement award dr. michael l. santucci, northwestern ’74 dr. michael l. santucci formerly taught at northwestern university, and joined the uic college of den- tistry faculty in 2001 as a pre-pa- tient care instructor in the restor- ative department. his role expanded to teaching in the pre-doctoral clin- ics, and in 2007, he accepted the role of managing partner in the da vinci clinic, and course director for comprehensive care. he later was managing partner in the brahms clinic. 3 3
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 news grams whose graduation years ended in a “2” or “7.” outstanding achievement awards will be presented to dr. s. sol flores, ’58, distinguished dental alumnus; dr. david s. eva- skus, ’70, ms omfs ’75, dr. f. william towner organized dentistry award; dr. phillip j. fijal, loyola ’86, dr. raf- faele suriano award; and dr. michael l. santucci, northwest- ern ’74, dr. e. lloyd dubrul faculty achievement award. dr. flores is professor emeritus of restorative dentistry. dr. evaskus is a former faculty member in the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery. dr. fijal is president of the chicago dental society. dr. santucci recently retired as a clinical assistant professor of restorative dentistry. sign up for the reunion at http://www.cvent.com/d/tvqyyf. for additional information, con- tact the college’s office of advance- ment at (312) 996-0670 or email email@example.com. golf outing set to be held on august 11 the 26th annual golf outing, an event hosted by the college and the uic dental alumni association board of directors for uic college of den- tistry, loyola school of dentistry, and northwestern university school of dentistry alumni, friends, and guests, will be held friday, aug. 11. for the second year, the golf outing will feature continuing edu- cation. the speaker tentatively will be dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research and head of the de- partment of oral biology. optional continuing education course in the morning will be fol- lowed by lunch, modified shotgun start golf, and dinner. participants may shoot on one of the club’s several championship golf courses, including dubsdread, home of the western open. “set up foursomes with your this year’s golf outing will be held on friday, aug. 11. classmates and friends,” said dr. su- san rowan, ’84, one of the chairs of the golf outing. the event will be held at cog hill, 12294 archer ave., lemont, il 60439. for more information, call (312) 996-0485. nominate your colleague or professor for an outstanding alumni achievement award! outstanding alumni achievement awards are presented at the alumni reunion and other venues. send in your nominations for future alumni achievement awards: distinguished dental alumnus award e. lloyd dubrul faculty achievement award f. william towner organized dentistry award raffaele suriano award young alumnus award visit our website for a list of awards and criteria: https://dentistry.uic.edu/alumni-award email firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include the name of the award in the subject line. please include the following information in the message: ✔ name of nominee ✔ qualifications ✔ your name nomination submissions are active for three years. 3 4
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s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 president’s message college builds bridges internationally and among dentists “the most tragic paradox of our time is to be found in the failure of nation-states to recognize the imperatives of internationalism.” —earl warren, chief justice of the u.s. supreme court, 1953-1969 dear alumni and friends: there is no paradox at the university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry when it comes to the imperatives of internationalism. the college embraces its international role wholeheartedly. at a recent uic dental alumni association board of directors meeting, dean clark stanford gave a presentation regarding his recent trip to china. my fellow board members and i were fascinated by his informing us about the chinese dental education and health care system. at no financial cost to the college or the university, dean stanford’s trip created and strengthened ties between our college and top dental schools in china—the most populous country in the world. faculty and student exchanges between our college and chinese dental schools will bring new knowledge to both, while building up our college’s reputation internationally. dean stanford is clear that foreign students will not be taking the place of american dmd students here, but instead be welcomed at the college on exchanges of limited duration that will benefit our students. his trip also guaranteed research collaborations between our faculty and those of chinese dental schools. in this way, not only will the college’s reputation grow in the international research community, but we will serve as a conduit to bring chinese research discoveries into the college and into the western journals that offer all dentists breakthrough knowledge about dentistry. as dr. stanford noted in our meeting, china has a strong commitment to state-of-the-science dentistry, so there are definitely some things that we can learn from these exchanges and collaborations. there are direct benefits, and as dean stanford says, there also are indirect benefits to the college and its alumni that we cannot yet imagine, and that will only grow as these collaborations do. 3 6 dr. willam b. hamel iii, ’83. i hope you’ll enjoy the article about dean stanford’s work in china and the accompanying article about the college’s various efforts on the world stage. alumni and friends of the college can be confident that the university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry is known around the world, and its reputation is growing. welcome loyolans our reputation is growing among alumni of the loyola school of dentistry as well. in the last issue of vision, we told the story of the college’s decade-and-a-half long commitment to bringing loyola alumni into the uic college of dentistry family, and about loyola alumni who contribute their time or their treasure to the college. we mailed that issue of vision to all loyola alumni for whom we had addresses and asked them if they wanted to continue receiving the publication, and we were pleased that many took us up on that offer. if any of your loyola colleagues or colleagues from other dental schools would like to be placed on the mailing list for vision and other uic college of dentistry correspondence, contact bill bike, director of advancement communications, at email@example.com or (312) 996-8495, and he will be happy to add their names.
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dental alumni association officers directors board of directors president: william b. hamel iii, ’83 vice president: jon d. nickelsen, ’03 secretary-treasurer: frank l. karkazis, northwestern ’87, northwestern representative immediate past- president: arlene m. engert, ’83 ex-officio directors william s. bike, editor of vision charles f. difranco, loyola ’81, loyola ms periodontics ’83, former president deane e. doolen, jr., ’55, former president robert j, ficek, ’62, former president cissy k. furusho, ’96, pediatric dentistry ’98, ms oral sciences ’00, former president harold j. kiriluk, ’75 thomas j. king jr., ’71, ortho ’59, former president (through feb. 2018) marsha babka, ’76 julie laverdiere beck, ’90, omfs ’95 eliot becker, ’63 ryan grelle tuscher, ’09 james izzo, loyola ’79, loyola representative (through feb. 2019) daniel r. brunetti, ’11 peter a. contos, ’05 shellie m. harden, ’94 roshan parikh, ’08 paul burkey, loyola ’83, ms orthodontics university of iowa ’85 (through feb. 2020) priscilla p. chang, ’07 manal ibrahim lavacca, ’93, prosthodontics ’96 shandra bundy-smith, ’94 frank a. maggio, loyola ’71, uic periodontics ’75, former president neal c. nealis, ’79, former president richard p. perry, ’68 genaro romo, ’97, former president susan a. rowan, ’84, former president ross e. rubino, ’77, former president daniel n. uditsky, ’69, former president kapil vij, ’99, pediatric dentistry ’01, ms oral sciences ’04, former president lawrence w. kolar, ’82, ronald j. waryjas, ’77, former president donald a. krzyzak, ’61, former president steven t. kuhn, ’97, pediatric dentistry ’00, former president ms orthodontics ’85, former president samuel s. wexler, ’64, former president keith p. wilson, ’97, former president 3 7 board business two new names have been added to the uic dental alumni association board of directors roster as well recently. they are loyola alumnus dr. paul burkey, loyola ’83, ms orthodontics university of iowa ’85, and uic alumnus dr. roshan parikh, ’08. we welcome these two dynamic individuals to our board. we still have a few openings, so if you or one of your colleagues is interested, please contact me. board membership is a great way to network, learn more about the college and the state of dentistry, advise the dean, have your opinions heard, and become involved in the college’s fun events such as reunion and the golf outing. call me you also can contact me if you sometimes find the pressures of practice and family issues to be too much. i’m proud to be part of the illinois state dental society dentists support program, and if you ever need to talk about pressure and substance abuse, i’m only a phone call away. or, if you want to talk about anything related to the college and its alumni association, i’d be glad to hear from you. give me a call at (312) 318-8810, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. whether you are a uic alum, a loyola alum, a northwestern alum, or an alum of another dental school, there is a place for you at the uic college of dentistry and its events. as dean stanford says, we are building bridges in a variety of ways. come join us as we cross them! with warmest regards, william b. hamel iii, ’83 president, uic dental alumni association join our alumni board activity on the uic dental alumni association offers the opportunities to network, make new acquaintances, and affect change at the college. applications may be found on our website: https://dentistry.uic.edu/alumni/alumni_association/ questions? email email@example.com
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 alumni class news dr. harry price, ’54, and his wife, artis. 1954 harry price, de leon springs, fl, and his wife, artis, were given the lifetime achievement award by the water ski hall of fame in a ceremony at disneyworld yacht club on april 16, 2016. at this year’s goode water ski nationals, a six-day event in boise, id, harry and artis won two gold and two silver medals. dr. sam flores, ’58, giving a sermon at hope of calvary church. 1958 sam flores, evanston, il, was asked to give the thanksgiving day sermon at the hope of calvary church in 3 8 oasis of the sea cruisers from the class of 1965: dr. bob and jeannie nudera; dr. art and lois siml; dr. john and kathy strelecky; dr. rich and linda tega; and dr. bob and pat tempestini. evanston. dr. flores has been a member of the church for 65 years. 1964 norman d. rotblat, keil, wi, had a letter about the difficulty in maintaining an individual or small independent private practice in the september 2016 illinois dental news. 1965 five gentlemen from the class of 1965 and their wives write that they had a great time on a caribbean cruise in january, they are bob nudera and his wife, jeannie, of naperville, il; art siml and his wife, lois, of wheaton, il; john strelecky and his wife, kathy, of winter garden, fl; rich tega and his wife, linda, of san francisco, ca; and bob tempestini and his wife, pat, of tucson, az. 1968 barry freydberg, skokie, il, had a letter about the culture of millennial dentists published in the sept. 2016 illinois dental news. thomas p. williams, dubuque, ia, received the american association of oral and maxillofacial surgeons presidential achievement award on sept. 20, 2016, during the opening ceremony of the 98th annual meeting, scientific sessions, and exhibition of aaoms in las vegas, nv. the award is presented in recognition of his contributions to the aaoms and the specialty of oral dr. thomas p. williams, ’68 (right), received the american association of oral and maxillofacial surgeons presidential achievement award. and maxillofacial surgery. dr. williams travels to the philippines and central and south america to provide cleft
and tumor treatment for underserved patients in need, and he is clinical professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the university of texas, houston. 1974 robert manasse has retired. he and his wife, johanna, now live in asheville, nc. he runs to and around beaver lake on a daily basis and in 2016 visited argentina and australia. dr. frank maggio, loyola ’71, uic periodontics ’75, with dean clark stanford. 1975 frank maggio, loyola ’71, uic periodontics, elgin, il received the highest honor of the illinois state dental society, the distinguished member award. he was named president-elect of the dale foundation, an official affiliate of the dental assisting national board inc. (danb). dr. maggio recently concluded six years of service on the board of directors for danb. the dale foundation provides continuing education to dental professionals and conducts research to promote oral health. 1983 howard spector, orthodontics, chicago, has finished a 12-year term on the board of the orthodontic alumni association of illinois. 1984 peter march works at march dental care in peotone, il, a practice now in its third generation. james march, loyola ’53, established the practice. peter took over the practice in 1984 after james’s passing in 1983. edmund march, midwestern ’16, also has joined the practice. edmund’s sister, allike ellis, is a hygienist in the practice. the practice was the subject of an article in the daily journal of kankakee valley, il on sept. 10. 1985 steve moravec, orthodontics, plainfield, il, has begun a 12-year term on the board of the orthodontic alumni association of illinois. daniel senderak has opened a new aspen dental office in st. clairsville, oh. 1986 carol diener weber retired at the rank of captain, after serving 30 years of active duty as a u.s. navy dental corps officer. she received the meritorious service medal upon her retirement. now transitioning to civilian life, she is currently residing in virginia and hawaii. her various duty stations included: branch dental clinic, naval air station memphis millington, tn, 3d dental battalion okinawa, japan (two tours); branch dental clinic washington navy yard washington, dc; uss shenandoah (ad-44) in norfolk, va; branch dental clinic, u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. carol diener weber, ’86, retired from the u.s. navy with the rank of captain. naval air station atlanta marietta, ga; 2d dental battalion camp lejeune, nc; naval health clinic, pearl harbor, hi (two tours) and the naval postgraduate dental school, bethesda, md (three tours). she served on staff, as adjunct associate professor in the endodontics department at the naval postgraduate dental school in bethesda, md for four years. carol received her certificate in endodontics at the naval postgraduate dental school in 2000, and master’s of health sciences, george washington university in 2000. she is a diplomate of the american board of endodontics (2007) and fellow, international college of dentists (2009). she is married to dr. kevin weber. 1988 ara goshgarian, loyola orthodontics ’91, lake forest, il, has begun a 12-year term on the board of the 3 9
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 orthodontic alumni association of illinois. 1989 tom kopp, crystal lake, il is on the board of directors for the mchenry county dental society. 1990 john rutkauskas, hinsdale, il, reports that he is still loving his job as ceo of the american academy of pediatric dentistry with over 17 years of service. what has changed is that he and his wife, charmaine, recently became empty nesters, sending off their son john jr. to join his sister gabrielle at cornell university. both are accomplished in the classroom as well as athletics. john is on the varsity football team while his sister is on the equestrian team. “go big red!” john sr. writes, noting that john jr. is hinting he might be joining his dad in the great profession of dentistry. 1991 david browne, mchenry, il, is on the board of directors for the mchenry county dental society. 1993 manal ibrahim lavacca, prosthodontics ’96, naperville, il, writes that she has been recently recognized by orthoaccel, the makers of acceledent as a top provider nationally as well as by align as a top 1% invisalign provider in north america. she has done three presentations on acceledent recently, including “accelerated aligner therapy: precision taken to the next level,” on oct. 28. she also spoke on growing your practice with accelerated orthodontics at 4 0 the rank of commander in the u.s. navy. his promotion ceremony took place at the roosevelt room at walter reed national military medical center. he also serves as an assistant professor at naval postgraduate dental school, periodontics department, in bethesda md. allen huang, periodontics, las vegas, nv, of significance dental specialists, taught a continuing education (ce) course dedicated to all-on-4® dental implants in november at the range 702 in las vegas. 2005 anthony etlink, orthodontics, buffalo grove, il, is president of the orthodontic alumni association of illinois. dr. manal ibrahim lavacca, ’93, prosthodontics ’96, and her husband, dr. tony lavacca, celebrating her birthday in january. washington university in st. louis, mo, on sept. 23 and on acceledent practice integration at orthoaccel technologies inc. in bellaire, tx, on sept. 30. 1994 dale davis, orthodontics, midland, mi, has completed his term as president of the orthodontic alumni association of illinois. . 2004 yasir bahrani, alexandria, va, on sept. 1, 2016 was promoted to dr. flavia lamberghini, ms pediatric dentistry ’06, with a young syrian patient. 2006 flavia lamberghini, ms pediatric dentistry, chicago; and noor obaisi, ’10, orthodontics ‘13, on oct. 8 continued on page 43 dr. yasir bahrani, ’04, (center) recently was promoted to the rank of commander in the u.s. navy.
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y alumni class news first division museum includes dr. michael barrows’ ‘soldier stories’ the first division museum at cantigny park in wheaton, il, is undergoing a transformational redesign, and dr. michael barrows, ’73, endodontics ’77, ms histology ’81 is part of it. dr. barrows served in the first division in the 1970s. the museum showcases the u.s. army’s first infantry division from its creation in 1917 through 1970. the redesign will upgrade the museum to include the division’s service since the vietnam war and provide space for future updates. “the first division museum is spending $7.8 million dollars and awarded luci creative along with ravenswood studios the contract to create a new interactive exhibit of the history of the first infantry division, ‘the big red one,’ from 1970 to the present,” dr. barrows explained. “the grand unveiling will be saturday, august 26, 2017.” the museum will be closed until then for the upgrade. part of the upgrade will include video interviews, and dr. barrows was one of the interviewees. his interview will be part of the soldier stories exhibit, recordings of first infantry veterans recounting their experiences. “they are very interested in what i experienced and what i had to say about reforger (return of forces to germany) 1974, and field training exercise operation certain pledge and my role in it,” dr. barrows explained. “in this war game exercise, nato [the north atlantic treaty organization] demonstrated to the warsaw pact that we could increase our troop numbers and equipment, already prepositioned in germany, should they start any aggression. the first division museum videotaped the recollections of dr. michael barrows, ’73, endodontics ’77, ms histology ’81. “i was a general dentist, a captain, in b company; first medical battalion; first infantry division stationed at fort riley, kansas,” dr. barrows noted. “thousands of troops were flown over to ramstein afb in germany during september of 1974 by the u.s. air force on c-141 ‘star lifter’, aircraft. my portion of the new exhibit is showing the public how the big red one kept the peace during the cold war.” “the first division museum’s mission is to present a complete history of the first infantry division,” said david hiller, president and ceo of the robert r. mccormick foundation, which oversees all operations at cantigny park. “we owe that to our soldiers and veterans and also to those who visit cantigny.” dr. barrows also recently was awarded a “reflections framed” plaque with a picture from his days in the service at cantigny park. dr. barrows is a former clinical assistant professor of endodontics and former director of the endodontics clinic at the college. he retired in 2013. continued on page 42 4 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 alumni class news dr. barrows continued from page 41 the museum is located at 1 s. 151 winfield road in wheaton. for more information, call (630) 260-8185 or log on to www. firstdivisionmuseum.org. dr. barrows and his wife, susan, also volunteer two to three days a week at the illinois veterans’ home in manteno, il, “and find it a wonderful and very rewarding experience,” dr. barrows said. “we talk with veterans from world war ii—very few left—, and the korean war, the vietnam war, the cold war, and even a few from iraq/afghanistan. we help in the wood working shop; taking them—wheeling them in their wheel chairs—to church, and playing games with them in the commissary. we also just talk with them having coffee and listening to their wartime stories.” dr. barrows recently was awarded a “reflections framed” plaque by an rotc cadet at cantigny park. dr. barrows recently presented a check—total amount of award will be $1500—to shelley moore, director of volunteers and activities at the illinois veterans’ home in manteno. “as chair of the outreach committee to ivhm of the thomas e. hartung american legion post 1977, the committee and i were responsible for making the motion to approve this monetary gift for our beloved vets,” dr. barrows said. “i want to thank the american legion post 1977 members; members of the sons of the american legion post 1977; members of the ladies auxiliary of post 1977; and bill welch and the marine corps league members for all their very generous donations in this effort,” dr. barrows added. “thanks also to mary maertin, bob scholz, and karen buechele for helping me to do this and serving on our committee. last but certainly not least, to jim fleming for his guidance, mentoring and encouragement all along the way.” —william s. bike dr. barrows presents a check to shelley moore, director of volunteers and activities at the illinois veterans’ home in manteno, il. 4 2
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y continued from page 40 saw 32 syrian refugee youngsters at apple dental care, 2062 n. milwaukee ave., chicago. the dentists had been contacted by the syrian community network. ten volunteer translators, three other dentists, and the office team also participated. anupama sridhar, endodontics, cary, il, is on the board of directors for the mchenry county dental society. 2007 scott goldman, pediatric dentistry ’09, deerfield, il, is on the board of directors for the mchenry county dental society. 2009 luciana petto messina has started a new practice, songbird dental, in shrewsbury, ma. 2010 noor obaisi (see flavia lamberghini, ’06). claudia piccolo, tinley park, il, is listed in the publication the leading physicians of the world. 2012 dale benjamin, orthodontics, chicago, has begun a 12-year term on the board of the orthodontic alumni association of illinois. 2015 asra albayatti, general dental practitioner at destiny dental, has been named a 2016 top doctor in kalamazoo, mi. top doctor awards specializes in recognizing and commemorating the achievements of influential and respected doctors dr. justin schneider, ’15, with youngsters from ndosa village, zambia, africa. in medicine. the selection process considers education, research contributions, patient reviews, and other quality measures to identify top doctors. grandparents due to their parents being taken by hiv/aids. even with all of these obstacles, there is so much happiness shared among the people that was very heartwarming.” justin schneider, glenview, il, recently returned from a mission trip to ndosa village, zambia, africa where he was part of a team that served over 1,500 dental patients; the dental and medical physician team served 2,500 patients overall. justin also helped teach the youngsters baseball. mango tree branches serve as toothbrushes. he writes, “toothpaste there is salt or ashes. believe it or not, the diet of corn and chicken creates an environment where caries is not rampant. the village has around 1,000 people living there, and 98% of the people have never seen a doctor in their lives. most kids have never seen their faces (as they do not have mirrors or bodies of water), and a lot of people do not know how old they are. a lot of the kids are orphans who are taken care of by loyola 1974 peter m. latham retired from the navy dental corps as a captain in 1999. he now is serving as chief of the dental service, veterans affairs medical center, providence, ri. 1975 thomas machnowski, woodridge, il, had a letter about third-party payers published in the sept. 2016 issue of illinois dental news. 1977 john p. kenney, loyola pediatric dentistry and ms oral biology ’79, park ridge, il, is a diplomate of the american board of pediatric dentistry and a diplomate of the american board of forensic odontology. he 4 3
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 alumni class news is an adjunct faculty member at the uic college of dentistry in the dental medicine responder training program. he was re-elected to the board of directors of the american academy of forensic sciences in february 2016, and inducted into the international college of dentists as a fellow in october. 1978 robert oslak, darien, il, spoke on non-carious cervical lesions at the chicago dental society 2017 midwinter meeting. 1979 robert bosack, orland park, il, spoke on emergency medicine for dental patients at the chicago dental society 2017 midwinter meeting. john dzakovich, arlington heights, il, spoke on non-carious cervical lesions at the chicago dental society 2017 midwinter meeting. 1987 michael zak, schaumburg, il, spoke on oral surgery phone consultations at the chicago dental society 2017 midwinter meeting. 1991 sam simos, bolingbrook, il, spoke on hygiene departments and on bonding at the chicago dental society 2017 midwinter meeting. 1980 kevin m. laing, van wert, oh, was installed as the ohio dental association president in september 2016. 1983 ashok kothari, orthodontics, burr ridge, il, has completed a 12-year term on the board of the orthodontic alumni association of illinois. 1985 tony cascino, countryside, il, had a letter to the editor published about insurance companies stressing cost over care in the oct. 2016 edition of illinois dental news. we want to hear from you! do you have news of yourself or a classmate you wish to share with our readers? let us know if you’ve been published, appointed, married, retired, etc. photos also are welcome, as are address changes. name: _____________________________________ is this an address change or other change? _____ yes _____ no comments (attach additional sheet if necessary): ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ degree/year: ________________________________ ___________________________________________ address (indicate home or office): ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ city: _______________________________________ ___________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ send your alumni news to: editor vision magazine state: _____________ zip: _____________________ ofﬁce of advancement and alumni affairs (mc 621) telephone: _________________________________ e-mail: _____________________________________ uic college of dentistry 801 south paulina street chicago, il 60612-7211 fax: (312) 413-2927 firstname.lastname@example.org 4 4
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y gc america since beginning in 1992, gc america has continuously contributed to improvements in dental care. these achievements have been made based on the three management principles of “contributing to the environment and society by improving oral hygiene,” “improving corporate quality and meeting customer expectations,” and “forming a team of associates overﬂowing with energy and respect for their fellow human beings.” www.gcamerica.com 4 5
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 in memoriam dr. william arrow, former faculty member dr. william arrow, ’61, a former faculty member at the college, passed away in march 2016 in scottsdale, az, at age 93. he joined the faculty of the college in 1972, and served for many years. dr. arrow practiced in river grove, il, and was active in the community, serving on the library board and as the public health officer in river grove, and serving on the advisory board for the dental assisting program at triton college. he was on the medical/dental staff at gottlieb memorial hospital in melrose park and served as chair of the department of dental surgery. “he was always grateful for the fine training he received at uic and tried to impart his love of the creative aspects of dentistry on his students,” said his son david arrow. benefactor maralee burgard passes away maralee burgard of lewistown, il, a generous benefactor to the college, passed away on november 8, 2016. mrs. burgard and her late husband, dale, were the parents of the late dr. steven burgard, a 1971 graduate of the college. they lived on a historic centennial farm near lewistown. dr. burgard died at age 38 in 1985 of hepatitis he had contracted in the u.s. army many years before. in 2014, mrs. burgard and the college reached an agreement that upon her passing, her family’s home and 160 acres of farmland outside lewistown would be donated to the college. the gift is expected to 4 6 left to right are dr. james armstrong, ’71; dr. william bleecker, ’71; burgard scholarship recipient dr. roxanne bavarian, ’15; mrs. maralee burgard; burgard scholarship recipient dr. alena bukhar, ’15; and dean clark stanford. generate tens of thousands of dollars in funds for the dr. steven burgard memorial scholarship at the college from the leasing of the land for crops and an additional gift of personal assets. the total value of the burgard estate is valued at more than $1.5 million. the college began providing the scholarship in 2015, as even before mrs. burgard’s passing, dr. burgard’s classmate dr. william bleecker and fellow members of the class of 1971 raised money to fund the scholarship. “mrs. burgard thus was able to see steve honored in her lifetime,” dr. bleecker said. “the impact of mrs. burgard’s generous estate gift is tremendous,” said mark j. valentino, assistant vice chancellor for advancement. “her gift represents one of the largest ever gifts from an individual to the dental school. not only will it provide the dr. steven burgard scholarship for deserving students for decades to come, but it can also inspire others who are thinking of making a similar gift to honor their commitment to the dental profession or memorialize a loved one or respected faculty member. “planning for an estate gift, as mrs. burgard did with her attorney and our team, assures that alumni and friends can continue to have a “the impact of mrs. burgard’s generous estate gift is tremendous. it will provide the dr. steven burgard scholarship for deserving students for decades to come” —mark j. valentino significant impact on the college even after they have passed away,” valentino said. “whether an estate gift funds scholarships, faculty
endowments, research initiatives, or infrastructure improvements, it helps the college achieve its goal of changing oral health, forever.” valentino expressed the college’s gratitude to mrs. burgard and to dr. bleecker and dr. james armstrong, ’71, who often accompa- nied valentino to visits to mrs. bur- gard. “maralee enjoyed seeing these friends of her late son’s so much, and they were crucial in helping me explain the needs and accomplish- ments of the college to this very kind benefactor,” valentino noted. “lewistown and the surrounding area are beautiful during all seasons of the year. it is home to the spoon river anthology. i will miss traveling down to visit mrs. burgard, as she was always very welcoming to us and enjoyed learning about the achieve- ments of our students and faculty.” to make a gift to the dr. steven burgard memorial scholarship fund, contact bruno mancari, director of development, at (312) 413-3554 or email@example.com. dr. sigurd krolls passes away; educator and advocate for latvia dr. sigurds krolls, longtime faculty member at the university of mississippi dental school, passed away on oct. 26, 2016, at age 84. born in riga, lativa, on nov. 12, 1931, dr. krolls suffered under the soviet occupation of his homeland, and he and his parents escaped the country in 1944 and lived in refugee camps in the american zone of occupied germany until they came to the united states in 1949. he earned his dds from the college in 1957, and later earned an ms in oral pathology from indiana university and dr. sigurds krolls, ’57 (right). an ms in education from jackson state university. following his graduation from the college, dr. krolls had a 20-year career in the u.s. air force, attaining the rank of colonel and being awarded the legion of merit. dr. krolls started the dental clinic at the u.s. embassy in moscow in 1963. he joined the university of mississippi dental school in 1977, teaching oral pathology and serving as chair of the department of diagnostic sciences. he authored more than 100 scientific papers and earned many awards for science and academics. dr. krolls was an advocate for and supporter of latvia, and starting in 1991 visited the country frequently to lecture on oral pathology and forensic dentistry, and to donate books and dental supplies. because of his devotion to latvian dental care, education, and political improvement, the republic of latvia conferred him with the three star gold medal, the country’s highest civilian award. dr. krolls is survived by his wife, ruth; daughter larisa phillips, wife of scott; son sigurds, husband of martina, and two grandchildren. u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. robert litowitz passes away; orthodontist, philanthropist dr. robert litowitz, ms orthodontics ’48, who passed away jan. 14, 2017, at age 97 in miami beach, fl, was an orthodontist, philanthropist, and real estate developer. born nov. 14, 1919, in trenton, nj, dr. litowitz earned his dds from the university of pennsylvania in 1943 and served as a dental surgeon for the u.s. army 5th air force in world war ii. after the war, he came to the university of illinois college of dentistry to earn his ms in orthodontics. after graduating in 1948, he moved to miami beach, fl. “there weren’t that many orthodontists in greater miami, and i was one of maybe two in the miami area using the edgewise arch that i was trained for at the college,” dr. litowitz said in an interview a few years ago. he later moved his office into the city, opened another one in coral gables, and ran both for more than 30 years. in 1955, dr. litowitz began investing in real estate in florida. he became a major player in the mid- 1970s when he and his son, budd, developed the westbird shopping center in dade county, fl. in doing so, he followed his credo for real estate success: “find a piece of open property at an intersection in the country, buy it, and wait for urban sprawl to come to it,” he said. he later built apartments, a bank building, and a hotel. in 1982, he began to concentrate on real estate full time, and turned his practices over to his son, dr. arthur litowitz. dr. litowitz later turned his attention to philanthropy, creating 4 7
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 1954 dr. jean paul jacobi, olympia fields, il, passed away on jan. 15, 2016. he is survived by his wife, lillian; daughters janet madden, wife of ray, and laura ogren, wife of john; son jonathan, husband of diane, and several grandchildren and great- grandchildren. 1958 dr. donald o. carlson, nevis, mn, passed away aug. 10, 2015, at age 82. he is survived by his children, daughter valerie slettum, wife of brian; son daniel carlson, husband of nancy; son derek carlson, husband of samantha; six grandchildren; and one great-grandson. memorials may be made to the our lady of the pines catholic church in nevis, mn. 1963 dr. lawrence l. melaik, peoria, il, passed away on jan. 10, 2016, at age 77. he is survived by his wife, patricia; son vincent; stepdaughter gabrielle pugliese; stepson jeremy pugliese; stepson joshua pugliese, husband of jennifer; and eight grandchildren. 1964 dr. harold w. bonus, ms pediatric dentistry ’66, glen ellyn, il, passed away jan. 9, 2017. he served on the pediatric dentistry faculty in the 1970s. he is survived by his wife, carol; daughter maria; and son kurt. memorials may be made to st. labre indian school, p.o. box 216, ashland, mt, 59003. dr. robert litowitz, ms orthodontics ’48, and his son, budd, examining the site of one of their real estate developments. the litowitz family foundation, which promoted dental and orthodontic initiatives. dr. litowitz and his foundation generously donated to the college’s department of orthodontics and department of pediatric dentistry.. he is survived by his wife, donna; dr. litowitz (right) with the late dean allen w. anderson, ’64, pediatric dentistry ’65, ms ’66, at the rascal house restaurant in sunny isles beach, fl. 4 8 sons arthur and budd; daughter susan; and their families, including eight grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. “dad always inspired with his optimism, inquring mind, and most gracious demeanor, and he delighted in challenging opportunities to grow and develop with lifetime experiences, both in professional practice and in business,” dr. arthur litowitz said. “we all will always remember him for his big smile—and his zesty appetite for great food!” 1940 dr. jack hauptman, highland park, il, passed away on dec. 20, 2016, at age 101. he is survived by his daughters merle klein rosenfeld, wife of sheldon, and leatrice berman sandler, wife of stephen; and several grandchildren, step-grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. contributions in dr. hauptman’s name may be made to the uic college of dentistry. 1953 dr. marvin l. bernstein, 92, of northbrook, il, passed away on sept. 6, 2016. he is survived by his wife, hope.
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y in memoriam 1967 dr. e.c. “pat” patterson, eatonton, ga, passed away on aug. 28, 2016, at age 76. he is survived by his wife, patricia; children kim goforth, wife of doug, and todd patterson; and four grandchildren. memorials may be sent to the academy of periodontology, dr. e.c. “pat” patterson scholarship fund, 737 n. michigan ave., suite 800, chicago, il 60611. 1970 dr. van h. ackerman, peoria, il, passed away on oct. 2, 2016, at age 69. he taught at midstate college in peoria and was a fisherman and history buff. he is survived by his wife, shirley, and children christ ackerman and kathleen ackerman lampkins, wife of nico. memorials in his name may be made to a charity of your choice. 1972 dr. betty chang, chicago, il, passed away on sept. 16, 2016, at age 76. she is survived by her husband, tom bernikowicz, daughters bethany ruth buesen and priscilla ann barton, and four grandchildren. 1976 dr. fred s. margolis, pediatric dentistry, buffalo grove, il, passed away on oct. 25, 2016, at age 69. he is survived by his wife, susan, and sons, david and adam. he was an adjunct clinical assistant professor in the department of pediatric dentistry. dr. margolis specialized in special- needs patients and pediatric laser dentistry. the family would appreciate contributions in dr. margolis’s name to the charity of your choice. 1980 dr. michael b. schroeder, arlington heights, il passed away on may 8, 2016, at age 61. he is survived by his wife, cindy; children sara, emily, nathan, and jacob. memorials may be made to harvest bible chapel stewardship ministry, 800 rohlwing rd., rolling meadows, il 60008. 1982 dr. wayne m. mrjenovich, burr ridge, il, passed away on dec. 11, 2015 at age 64. he is survived by his wife, jenny, and sons andrew and michael. 1983 dr. george b. helden, grafton, il, passed away on oct. 4, 2016, at age 61. he is survived by his wife, renae. 2009 dr. ashaunti “shanni” bickford, naperville, il, 38, passed away on jan. 17, 2017. she is survived by her former husband, rhashun young, brother andre thompson, and grandmother olivia hayes. loyola 1940 dr. henry j. mathews, burnsville, mn, passed away july 9, 2016. 1947 dr. joel wisotzky, haifa, israel, passed away nov. 30, 2016 at age 93. he is survived by his wife, eleanor; son dr. ira weiss, husband of karen; son dr. philip weiss, husband of susan; daugheter sharen attir, wife of uri; ten grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. 1944 dr. b. paul justen, glenview, il, passed away july 28, 2016. 1948 roderick l. nystul, orange city, fl, passed away aug. 1, 2016. 1953 earl terp, tucson, az, passed away dec. 17, 2016. 1956 dr. robert g. banks, glen ellyn, il, passed away july 11, 2016. 1959 dr. walter a. walzak, wausau, wi, passed away april 4, 2016, at age 83. 4 9
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u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y student activities hsda chapter wins nuestros ninos contest the college’s hispanic student dental association (hsda) chapter has been chosen the winner of the nuestros ninos contest of the hispanic dental association (hda), sponsored by colgate. in the contest, students are invited to develop a program that educates on the importance of dental care, good oral hygiene habits, and good diet. the college’s hsda chapter submitted a prototype for such a program. students submitting also are expected to demonstrate a passion for hispanic communities, follow design thinking methodology, and show an ability to communicate positively with hispanic children and caregivers. “our students developed the ‘dental tracker,’ an interactive calendar and educational instrument that provided illustrations of proper oral hygiene and a calendar to track brushing/flossing and diet for a week,” said dr. adriana semprum-clavier, clinical associate professor, restorative dentistry, an advisor to the chapter. “we presented this prototype to families at iglesia bautista bethania bethany baptist church in elgin, il,” said camila peralta- sugano, hsda co-president. “students also demonstrated proper ohi and nutrition through hands-on activities with the children.” student melissa villafane, hsda co-president, stated, “it was a very rewarding experience and the kids were so engaged and excited about using the tracker. the families provided overwhelmingly positive feedback.” students receive white coats a total of 123 students, members of dmd class of 2020 and the doctor of dental medicine advanced standing class of 2018, received their white coats, marking their eligibility to enter the patient care environment, on sept. 23, 2016. students begin seeing patients their first year under the college’s curriculum. the white coat ceremony is an annual tradition marking the matriculating class of students entering the dental profession. it celebrates the choice to pursue a life in service to the health of society. during the ceremony, college of dentistry deans and faculty members cloak students in their first white coat as a symbol of the trust bestowed upon them to carry on the healing profession of dentistry. dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research and head of oral biology, was master of ceremonies. he noted that the college had its first white coat ceremony in 2003, and that it is dedicated to celebrating “professionalism and integrity.” dr. clark stanford, dean, spoke next, and welcomed the “parents, partners, spouses, and children. to the dmd and dmdas students, we welcome you to our college and culture. this is one of the strongest dental schools in the world.” he noted that an ancient greek philosopher said that education “is not like filling a bottle. instead, it’s like lighting a fire with kindling.” dr. stanford said he knows students are asking themselves “can i do this?” because he asked himself the same question when he was a student. “it’s scary to take a person’s health into your own hands, but you can do this. and unlike at other education levels where you were in competition with your classmates, here you are only in competition with yourself to be the best you can be.” quoting physicist niels bohr, dr. stanford noted, “an expert is one who has made all the mistakes in a narrow field.” he reminded the students to practice integrity, professionalism, compassion, empathy, and tolerance.” “i welcome you to the profession of dentistry,” he concluded. dr. cooper returned and told the students, “as you become dentists you will not only take on the responsibility to take care of patients but to shepherd your profession through dental societies” as a precursor to introducing speakers from several dental organizations. the first was dr. susan bordenave bishop, vice president of the illinois state dental society foundation, who noted, “i’m still passionate about dentistry after 30 years and you will be, too. it’s a great profession, and the uic college of dentistry is a great school. “the isds foundation is the heart of the isds,” she said. “we help 5 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 student activities new dmd and dmdas students in their white coats. you in your education, and the isds foundation supports community grants for those trying to provide care for people who have poor dental services. dr. john hagopian, loyola ’82, is secretary-treasurer of the american college of dentists, and noted his organization was “proud to help sponsor and support today’s ceremony.” he said the acd bestows fellowships on only four percent of dentists, but that “many of your faculty are fellows of the acd.” dr. hagopian added, “as you begin your education you are entering a lifelong commitment to a profession. get involved in organized dentistry and control your destiny.” dr. mary a. starsiak, loyola ’84, is vice regent of the 8th district of the international college of dentists, and noted that her organization “reaches out in humanitarian efforts. we welcome you to the profession and look forward to working side by side with you.” dr. larry williams represented the illinois academy of general dentistry and said to the students, “i have two words for you: ‘saw’ and ‘elephant.’ how do you eat an elephant? one bite at a time. that’s what dentistry is. when you graduate, that’s where the saw comes in. as students recite the dentist’s pledge for the first time. d-1 cassie mora with her parents dr. michael mora, ’83, and dr. cheryl mora, ’91. 5 2
stephen covey wrote in the 7 habits of highly effective people, success requires constant sharpening of your saw. “the agd will help you keep your saw sharp,” dr. williams said. dr. george zehak, ’77, president of the chicago dental society, called the college “fantastic,” and noted some of the advanced technology the students would learn about, such as “digital scanners, digital x-rays, and cone beams.” he told the students that the cds will “mentor you and introduce you to the cds midwinter meeting. the college will give you the best education, and we will help you learn about practice. one piece of advice: as soon as you get out, start saving money. “your school and the cds are here to get you through the next four years,” dr. zehak concluded. dr. priscilla chang, ’07, and dr. adriana semprum-clavier, clinical associate professors, restorative dentistry, announced the names. dr. seema ashrafi, ’93, ms ’94, then-interim associate dean for academic affairs, recognized the faculty present. dr. courtney lamb, clinical associate professor, restorative dentistry, led the presentation of pins. dr. caswell evans, associate dean for prevention and public health sciences, led the recitation of the dentist’s pledge. dr. cooper then concluded the ceremony. we invite you to become a 2017 uic college of dentistry white coat sponsor and contribute to the success and journey of the next generation of uic dentists. please log on tohttps://dentistry.uic.edu/white- coat-ceremony to learn more. jessica williams, dr. ralph fuccillo, and gabija revis at the symposium on oral health and primary care. students learn about integration of oral health and primary care d-3s gabija revis and jessica williams were invited to attend the symposium on oral health and primary care sponsored by the national interprofessional initiative on oral health (niioh). they were invited because they both are schweitzer fellows, and their projects deal with the symposium’s focus on the integration of primary care and oral health. revis called the symposium “a great opportunity to meet a diverse group of industry leaders— doctors, dentists, nurses, physician’s assistants, insurance representatives, and policymakers—as they joined u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y together to tackle one of the most relevant and current health issues in oral health.” “gabi and i have an unwavering interest in public health dentistry,” williams said. “attending this conference served to build upon our current knowledge of public health issues in our field, this time with an interprofessional lens.” jessica williams named king fellow student jessica williams, d-3, was named a recipient of a university of illinois at chicago dr. martin luther king jr. fellowship. the fellowship recognizes underrepresented students who have demonstrated high academic achievement and have shown a commitment to civil rights and social justice through community service. it provides a scholarship of $5,000. “i applied for the scholarship, and i was so grateful when i heard the news that i received this meaningful jessica williams. 5 3
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 student activities award,” williams said. “i am deeply honored to have been selected to receive this scholarship because it is a true embodiment of my personal philosophies regarding service and justice. to be recognized under dr. martin luther king jr. and his influential spirit is an honor in itself.” williams also is a schweitzer fellow. her schweitzer public service project is to improve oral health literacy among low-income older adults at community centers and nursing homes. james appiah first place winner at hinman student research symposium dmd-advanced standing student james appiah received the award for most outstanding clinical research presentation at the hinman student research symposium at the peabody hotel in memphis, tn. the symposium was held oct. 28- 30, 2016, and was co-sponsored by the hinman dental society and the college of dentistry at the university of tennessee health science center. his was the highest score—9.5 out of a possible ten—of all research projects. there were 90 research papers presented from more than 53 dental schools in north america. the competition was for eight awards, four in basic science research and four in clinical research. appiah’s research is entitled, “brain-derived neuropathic factor secretion from pulp fibroblasts under carious injury is modulated by complement c5a receptor and controls nerve regeneration.” receptors for c5a were expressed when cultured pulp 5 4 left to right are dr. bob o’donnell, president of the thomas p. hinman dental society; student james appiah; dr. franklin garcia-godoy, ms pediatric dentistry ’79, senior executive associate dean for research university of tennessee health sciences center college of dentistry; dr. christine wu, professor, pediatric dentistry, uic college of dentistry; and dr. mustafa dabbous, professor and founder of the symposium. fibroblasts were stimulated with the bacterial component lipoteichoic acid, resulting in upregulation of bdnf (brain-derived neurotrophic factor), which can stimulate nerve regeneration toward sites of carious injury. “since this study helps understand the events at the molecular level that influence the healing and the regeneration of the dentin-pulp complex, this can guide the development of therapeutic interventions to augment this process in carious teeth,” appiah said. “i hope to be part of the research studies that will discover these innovative therapeutic tools.” the award, appiah said, “has encouraged me to do even more and to make research part of my clinical career. it also confirms that the uic college of dentistry is the best place for one to put his or her talent to work.” appiah’s mentor is dr. seung chung, assistant professor of oral biology. appiah previously attended the university of ghana dental school, graduating in 2013 with a dds. he immigrated to the u.s. in 2014 and is seeking a u.s. dental degree through the college’s dmdas program.
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s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 faculty/department news appointments dr. toni roucka appointed associate dean for academic affairs dr. toni roucka, ’90. dr. toni roucka, ’90, has been appointed associate dean for academic affairs at the college. dr. roucka most recently had been associate professor for the department of restorative dentistry and associate dean for academic affairs at the southern illinois university school of dental medicine in alton, il. dean clark stanford noted that “dr. roucka comes with a breadth of experience in private dental practice, community-based practice, military dental practice, and academic roles both at marquette university and southern illinois university.” “as a member of the leadership team,” dr. roucka said, “the associate dean for academic affairs is primarily responsible for curriculum management and development at both the predoctoral and graduate 5 6 levels as well as monitoring and mentoring students having academic difficulties or those seeking postgraduate opportunities. leading the school through the accreditation process is also a top priority.” the next accreditation process will culminate with a site visit in 2020. dr. roucka’s predoctoral work was in nursing, and she earned an r.n. from the college of dupage. she worked her way through the college of dentistry as a staff nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit at the university of illinois hospital. after graduation, dr. roucka served in the u.s. navy, achieving the rank of lt. commander. she was awarded a service medal for operation desert storm. when she left the navy, dr. roucka became the first dentist to staff the spang center for oral health on chicago’s north side, a clinic serving hiv/aids patients. dr. roucka is the founder of compassionate dental care international, a non-profit organization that runs mission trips abroad. she earned an ma in bioethics from the medical college of wisconsin in milwaukee, and began her academic career in dentistry at the marquette university school of dentistry, where she served as associate professor and program director for general dentistry. a fellow of the american college of dentists and immediate past president of the american society for dental ethics, dr. roucka is a nationally renowned speaker and author concerning ethics in dentistry. alumna dr. jennifer caplin joins department of orthodontics dr. jennifer caplin, ms oral sciences ’14, orthodontics ’15. dr. jennifer caplin, recently became a clinical assistant professor in the department of orthodontics. she earned her bs from the massachusetts institute of technology and her dmd from the university of pennsylvania. in 2014, she earned an ms in oral sciences, and in 2015 she earned her certificate in orthodontics, both from the uic college of dentistry. at the college, dr. caplin oversees “clinical cases with the orthodontic residents, helping them develop treatment plans and monitor treatment progression,” she explained. “i am available to act as a thesis advisor or committee member for residents as they complete their master’s thesis. i also perform my own independent research. additionally, i am the chair of the accreditation committee for the department.”
she has previously taught at mit and across campus.” and the university of pennsylvania, and has volunteered to provide dental care in china, costa rica, mexico, and panama. anthropologist dr. christina nicholas joins orthodontics dr. nicholas earned her bs in anthropology from michigan state university and her ma and phd in anthropology from the university of iowa. her previous research and teaching appointments include the university of iowa and kirkwood community college in iowa city. while a graduate research assistant at the iowa institute for oral health research at the university of iowa, one of her supervisors was dr. clark stanford, now dean of the uic college of dentistry. alumnus dr. daniel j. pinkston stays on to teach restorative u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y treatment—treatment planning, operative dentistry, fixed and removable prosthodontics,” he explained. “i hope to help my students become critical thinkers and clinical problem solvers. i try to push my students to reach solutions based on their preclinical knowledge, but i’m always there to support them and help them get things done.” dr. pinkston also works in a private practice, the chicago center for advanced restorative and implant dentistry, in glenview, il. originally from st. louis, mo, dr. pinkston earned his bs in biology from st. louis university and his dds from the university of missouri in kansas city before his residency in restorative dentistry at the college. dr. ghadeer thalji to play key role in restorative digital efforts dr. christina nicholas. dr. christina nicholas has joined the college as a visiting research assistant professor in the department of orthodontics. “i’m a biological anthropologist by training,” she explained. “my primary responsibility is research, though i also am involved in teaching,” dr. nicholas added. “i started as a facilitator for small group learning.” her main research area “is craniofacial growth and development, and i work a lot with various imaging modalities, such as cone beam computed tomography and 3d scans,” dr. nicholas said. “i hope to build new collaborative research projects with others in the college dr. daniel j. pinkston, restorative ’16. after earning his certificate in prosthodontics from the college, dr. daniel j. pinkston, restorative ’16, has joined the faculty of the department of restorative dentistry as a clinical assistant professor. he teaches in the mozart clinic two days per week. “i oversee restorative dental dr. ghadeer thalji. dr. ghadeer thalji has joined the college as a clinical associate professor of restorative dentistry. 5 7
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 “my major responsibility includes teaching in the advanced prosthodontic program,” she explained. “in addition, as the director of the advanced prosthodontic program digital center of excellence, i will be working with the advanced prosthodontics program director [dr. kent knoernschild] to provide an oversight of program activities to ensure students receive the necessary learning experiences, specifically related to digital technology and the application of digital dentistry for patient care.” dr. thalji received her dds from the university of jordan and completed advanced prosthodontic training at the university of north carolina school of dentistry. she subsequently earned her phd in oral biology from unc. dr. lyndon cooper, associate dean for research at the college, was her program director and phd mentor at unc. a board-certified prosthodontist, she has significant teaching and research experience, including most recently as advanced prosthodontic program director at the university of iowa. dr. thalji has received numerous recognitions including the gsk young prosthodontist innovator award from the american college of prosthodontists. 5 8 departures dr. carla evans steps down as head of orthodontics dr. carla evans, who served as head of orthodontics since 1994. dr. carla evans has stepped down as head of the department of orthodontics. she had been in that role since 1994. she has been councilor of the chicago section of the american association for dental research since 1995, served on the executive board of the american association for dental research from 2004 to 2007, and was president of the craniofacial biology group of the international/american association for dental research in 2003. dr. evans has been associate editor and editor of the world journal of orthodontics, chair of the american association of orthodontists council on orthodontic education from 2006 to 2009, and editorial board member of the journal of dental research. currently she is co-chair of working group 11.6 (orthodontic standards for the electronic patient record) of the american dental association standards committee on dental informatics. she is a diplomate of the american board of orthodontics and has been an accreditation site visitor for the commission on dental accreditation and served on the dental advisory council of the national institute of dental research. under dr. evans’ guidance, 168 orthodontic residents have earned specialty certificates and master’s degrees since 1994. “she was more than just our department head,” said dr. cecile yoon-tarlie, ’95, ms ortho ’98. “she was a tough critic and determined mentor who pushed me to achieve and aspire to more than i would have on my own.” “i am really grateful to dr. evans and i cannot thank her enough for opening the doors to my orthodontic career in the united states,” said dr. nanci defelippe, orthodontics ’05. “she inspired me to develop high quality research and to teach with all my passion.” dr. evans’ more than 175 publications cover the topics of normal and abnormal facial growth and development, application of computer imaging to orthodontic diagnosis and treatment planning, orthodontic materials, and evaluation of treatment outcomes. dr. budi kusnoto now is interim head of the department. dr. michael santucci retires from faculty dr. michael santucci, clinical assistant professor, restorative dentistry, and managing partner, da vinci clinic, has retired.
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y faculty/department news in addition to many years in private practice, dr. santucci previously taught at northwestern university, and joined the college faculty in 2001. in 2007, he accepted the role of managing partner in the da vinci clinic, and course director for comprehensive care. “it’s been just an honor and a pleasure to be here and teach at this school,” dr. santucci concluded. “i’ve met so many wonderful faculty and staff and wonderful students. i thoroughly enjoyed mentoring the students and working with them.” dr. michael santucci. dr. lawrence voss. orthodontics’ dr. lawrence voss retires from faculty dr. lawrence voss, clinical assistant professor of orthodontics, has retired. dr. voss taught at the college from 2005 through 2016, “long after my dental student days,” he said. dr. voss earned his dds from the college in 1978, and his certificate in orthodontics from the loyola school of dentistry in 1982. “i wish all in orthodontics, especially new faculty and staff, the best for the future,” dr. voss concluded. “and alumni, i hope you keep the department in mind for your donations.” news dr. stephen campbell installed as acp council board member dr. stephen campbell. dr. stephen campbell, head of the department of restorative dentistry, was installed as a board member for the american college of prosthodontists council for the american board of prosthodontics. dr. campbell was sworn in during the 46th annual session of the acp held in san diego from oct. 5-8, 2016. dr. campbell is a past president of the american college of prosthodontists, and received a presidential citation from the acp in 2015. dr. campbell also has been in a variety of site visitor roles for the commission on dental accreditation (coda). as a member of coda’s predoctoral review committee, he helped craft a total rewrite of the pre-doctoral accreditation standards from 2008-2012. he currently serves as one of the 30 commissioners for coda, and as chair of the prosthodontic review committee. previously, he was chair of american college of prosthodontists education foundation (acpef), and he still currently serves on the acpef board of directors. most recently, he has served on the acp digital dentistry curriculum task force, the acpef finance committee, and its development committee. “our specialty places each of us in a unique and blessed position within our local and national communities,” dr. campbell said. “it is so incredibly inspiring to be part of changing lives each and every day, we simply have to be fully engaged in our specialty.” dr. luisa dipietro elected aaas fellow aaas fellow dr. luisa dipietro. the council of the american association for the advancement of science has elected dr. luisa a. dipietro, ’80, ms histology ’82, associate vice chancellor for research, director of the center 5 9
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 faculty/department news for wound healing and tissue regeneration, and professor of periodontics, an aaas fellow. the aaas chose dr. dipietro “for distinguished contributions to the field of wound healing, particularly understanding mechanisms that guide capillary growth and regression in healing and the regulation of inflammation.” “i have been active in aaas for many years, serving in multiple roles,” said dr. dipietro, who has served as chair of the aaas section on dentistry and oral health sciences (section r). dr. dipietro has been the recipient of $14 million in national institutes of health funding, and has continuously been funded by the nih since 1993. she also has received more than $2.5 million in non- federal research support. three university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry professors publish women in prosthodontics dr. cortino sukotjo, associate professor; dr. judy chia-chun yuan, assistant professor; and dr. fatemeh s. afshari, ms prosthodontics ’09, clinical associate professor, restorative dentistry, university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry, have edited an ebook, women in prosthodontics. the book presents a history of women in the field told through first-hand accounts, including the presidents of specialty organizations, administrators and department heads from dental schools, and others. the women revisit the challenges of their 6 0 early years, when they often were the only women in their residency or training program. they also reflect on their triumphs and share wisdom about the keys to their success. it also includes stories of women who are currently in the field. a total of 21 women’s reflections are included. drs. afshari, sukotjo, and yuan issued the following statement: “the idea of documenting the history and journey of women prosthodontists was inspired by a discussion with dr. jane brewer at the academy of prosthodontics social outing. she acknowledged how the environment is gradually changing, and that female advancement in the field is becoming the new normal. “we realized that her inspiring story and others like it should be shared with the growing number of enthusiastic young women in the prosthodontics field. we like to celebrate these amazing women’s achievement and accomplishment.” the book was published by the american college of prosthodontists through the support of dentsply sirona and straumann. it is available free for download on ipad, iphone, imac, and amazon kindle. log on to https://itunes.apple.com/us/ book/women-in-prosthodontics/ id1160128337?ls=1&mt=11. administration the southern illinois university edwardsville school of dental medicine inducted dr. darryl pendleton, associate dean for student and diversity affairs, into its alumni hall of fame on sept. 30. dr. pendleton was quoted in illinois business daily nov. 1 on the future of dentistry in the state. dr. pendleton said the future of dentistry is bright in illinois. dr. clark stanford, dean, spoke on oral health management of patients presenting with various forms of craniofacial anomalies at the midwest seminar of dental medicine in delevan, wi, on sept. 20. collaborative dr. bin yang, assistant professor, restorative, principal investigator; dr. christine wu, professor, pediatric dentistry, principal investigator; and dr. stephen campbell, head, restorative dentistry, investigator, received a grant, awarded by solvay specialty polymers, alpharetta, ga, for their study “in vitro attachment and biofilm colonization onto selected denture materials by oral pathogens” dr. linda m. kaste, professor, pediatric dentistry was co-editor of dental clinics, oct. 2016, vol. 60, issue 4, impact of oral health on interprofessional collaborative practice and wrote the preface. also in that issue, dr. blase p. brown, clinical assistant professor, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, was one of the contributors of oral health and interprofessional collaborative practice: examples of the team approach to geriatric care; dr. michael d. colvard, loyola ’85, uic ms oral sciences ’00, professor, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences and director, dental medicine responder training, dr. benjamin j. vesper, research assistant professor, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, and kaste were among the authors of the evolving role of dental responders on interprofessional emergency response teams; and kaste was among the authors of policy development fosters collaborative
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. linda kaste with congressional aides andrew mooney and samantha warren. the southern illinois university edwardsville school of dental medicine inducted dr. darryl pendleton (center) into its alumni hall of fame. he is pictured with siu’s dr. bruce rotter, dean, and dr. keith dickey, director for continuing education services and alumni services. dr. clark stanford with alumni at the midwest seminar of dental medicine. mary weeks; liza johnson; dr. steve weeks, ’89, endodontics ‘94 (kneeling); dr. brad johnson, endodontics ’91; dr. rajaa alsanea, endodontics and ms oral sciences ’08; mich (dr. alsanea’s new husband); elaine wenckus, and dr. chris wenckus, ’71, endodontics ’74, at a reception for dr. alsanea. 6 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 practice: the example of the minamata convention on mercury. dr. anne koerber, professor and educational assessment director, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, also was a contributor to the issue. department of endodontics the department’s four graduates in 2016 were drs. lauren allegretti, andy barseghyan, cynthia czaperacker, and alex martella. department head dr. bradford johnson, endodontics ’91, called them “an exceptional group of residents and we wish them great success in the future.” dr. rajaa alsanea, endodontics and ms oral sciences, ’08, had a reception in chicago in 2016 that was attended by several endodontics department faculty and other friends from chicago. she was married in saudi arabia earlier in the month and visited chicago after her honeymoon. dr. marcella leonard, endodontics ’10, completed the american board of endodontics board certification process. department of oral biology dr. robert druzinsky, clinical associate professor, discussed the dmd curriculum at the uic 2016 techteach event. student matt bernard took third place at the academy of general dentistry general session in boston, ma, in july in the e-poster competition for work he performed in the laboratory of dr. anne george, professor. conference abstracts: appiah j, chmilewsky f, ayaz w, 6 2 about i, chung s. brain-derived neurotrophic factor secretion from pulp fibroblasts under carious injury is modulated by complement c5a receptor and controls nerve regeneration. hinman student research symposium (memphis, 2016). ayaz w, chmilewsky f, appia j, about i, chung s. newly generated c5a receptor regulates axon outgrowth and guidance upon carious injury. uic science research forum (chicago, 2016). chmilewsky f, about i, ayaz w, appia j, chung s. neurotrophin secretions in pulp fibroblasts are modulated by complement receptors. american association for dental research (la, 2016). department of oral and maxillofacial surgery dr. william flick, ’74, clinical professor, was awarded a 2016 golden apple award by the dmd class of 2017. the award was presented during the d-4 class meeting in july. dr. flick was invited to give a talk to the chicago dental forum in september in glenview, il, on the management of medical emergencies in the dental office. dr. michael markiewicz, assistant professor, spoke on oral cancer at the chicago dental society west side branch meeting on sept. 13. dr. michael miloro, head, was appointed section editor, craniomaxillofacial deformities/ cosmetic surgery, for the journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery. dr. miloro also was appointed a member, committee on continuing education and professional development (ccepd), american association of oral and maxillofacial surgeons (aaoms). he also presented at more than 20 national and international meetings in the last few months. the following have published peer-reviewed publications in the journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery or the international journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery: borba a, borges ah, ce ps, da graça naclério-homem m, da silva alf, eke r, haupt d, kolokythas a, lotesto a, mercuri lg, miloro m, onoriobe u, romulado lt, ruckman p, salomon d, schlieve t, sukotjo c, and venturi ba. conference abstracts: petersen c, miloro m. is malar augmentation required to correct malar deficiency with lefort advancement? aaoms 98th annual meeting, las vegas, nv, sept 2016. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10/1016/j. joms.2016.06.119. salomon d, miloro m, kolokythas a. outcomes of immediate allograft reconstruction of long-span defects of the inferior alveolar nerve. aaoms 98th annual meeting, las vegas, nv, sept 2016. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10/1016/j. joms.2016.06.116. salomon d, miloro m, schlieve t, kolokythas a. increased incidence and severity of odontogenic infections with escalation in healthcare costs after public dental benefits restriction in illinois. aaoms 98th annual meeting, las vegas, nv, sept 2016. doi: http://dx.doi. org/10/1016/j.joms.2016.06.069. borba am, haupt d, silva al, brozoski ma, da gracia naclerio homen, miloro m. inaccuracies on virtual planned orthognathic cases: a retrospective evaluation. aaoms 98th annual meeting, las vegas, nv, sept 2016. doi: http://dx.doi.
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y faculty/department news org/10/1016/j.joms.2016.06.042. grant: american society of tmj surgeons, outcomes of total prosthetic tmj replacement surgery, sukotjo c (pi), mercuri l, miloro m (cpi). $5,000 department of oral medicine and diagnostic sciences dr. blase brown. dr. blase brown, clinical assistant professor, is a delegate to all together better health viii, an international inter-professional education meeting at oxford university in the united kingdom, with other delegates from 33 nations. in the photo he is in front of a poster titled: values-based collaborative learning through a dentistry and nursing partnership, which he presented on wednesday, sept. 7. dr. michael colvard, loyola ’85, uic ms oral sciences ’00, professor, and director, dental medicine responder training, and his college of dentistry oral medicine and pharmacognosy research (ompr) laboratory have a received a state of illinois schedule 1 drug license, which permits dr. colvard and his colleagues to hold, study, and research the effects that small amounts of various drug enforcement administrative (dea) designated schedule 1 plants and other natural products, and their chemical compounds, may have, when advocated for dental and oral and maxillofacial pain treatments. dr. alison doubleday, assistant professor, oral medicine and diagnostic sciences, was the featured speaker at the uic 2016 techteach event. her keynote talk was “technology and learning: how a student’s perspective can help teachers reach beyond challenges.” dr. mohammed m. hindy, clinical assistant professor, was named an associate fellow in the american academy of implant dentistry. dr. anne koerber, professor and educational assessment director, discussed the dmd curriculum at the uic 2016 techteach event. dr. mohammed hindy was honored by the american academy of implant dentistry. department of orthodontics dr. phimon atsawasuwan, ms orthodontics ’11, assistant professor, presented “calvarial bone development and suture closure in dicer deficient mice” at the consortium for orthodontic advances in science and technology meeting in west palm beach, fl, in september. dr. rory chong, third-year orthodontic postgrad, and his faculty sponsor, dr. laurence a. golden, clinical assistant professor, placed third in the 2016 invisalign gallery university challenge. dr. chong’s case was showcased at the ipad kiosk at the invisalign ortho summit in november, and later published in the invisalign gallery/university challenge book. an honorary plaque and a monetary award of $1,000 also recognized the achievement. a clinical trial conducted by kim fasula, director of clinic operations, was recently published in the american journal of medicine, entitled “randomized trial of plaque identifying toothpaste: dental plaque and inflammation. the article was co-authored by dr. carla evans, professor and former head, and dr. ben belavsky, ’13, ms ortho ’16, graduate clinical assistant. dr. maria therese s. galang- boquiren, ’09, ms oral sciences ’04, orthodontics ’07, assistant professor, is a member of the board of directors of the illinois sleep society and invited world-renowned speaker dr. christian guilleminault from stanford university to speak at the group’s annual meeting in october. dr. ernest j. goodson, department of orthodontics, university of north carolina school of dentistry, wrote an article about 6 3
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 faculty/department news former department head dr. earl w. renfroe, ’31, orthodontics ’42, in the august 2016 american journal of orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics. department of pediatric dentistry the pediatric dentistry class of 2015 had 100% pass rate on their oral clinical examination. this is the second step to become board certified, so all nine are now board certified pediatric dentists. additionally, the class of 2016 had a 100% pass rate on their qualifying exam. this is the first step to become board certified, so all seven will challenge the oral exam next fall. dr. sahar alrayyes, clinical associate professor; dr. evelina kratunova, clinical assistant professor; and dr. christine wu, professor, were awarded wach grants at the college. dr. david avenetti, graduate program director, attended the first installment of the american academy of pediatric dentistry (aapd) leadership institute at the northwestern university kellogg school of management. dr. marcio da fonseca, head, was a guest lecturer at the xviii congreso nacional e internacional universitario de odontopediatria y ortodoncia at universidad nacional autonoma de mexico, in mexico city in september, and at the hebrew university – hadassah school of dental medicine, jerusalem, israel, in november. dr. piranit kantaputra, a renowned pediatric dentist who is also a geneticist, came to the college to speak to faculty and residents of the department. he is from chiang mai university, chiang mai, thailand. dr. linda kaste has been promoted from associate professor to professor. at an american association for the advancement of science training session on science policy in november, she met with andrew mooney, an aide to congressman randy hultgren, and samantha warren, and aide to congressman bill foster. dr. evelina kratunova, clinical assistant professor, attended a jointly sponsored conference by the american association of pediatric dentistry (aapd) and ireland’s royal college of surgeons entitled “small beginnings, big outcomes” held in october in dublin, ireland. dr. kratunova was also personally invited by dr. anne o’connell, head of the division of public and child dental health at the dublin dental university hospital, to present a one-hour lecture on “molar incisor malformation” to students and faculty at the hospital. dr. ian marion, pre-doctoral program director, has passed the american board of pediatric dentistry boards. he attended the academy of academic leadership institute for teaching and learning in atlanta, and the american academy of pediatric dentistry comprehensive review course as part of his aapd master clinician scholarship. dr. sheela raja has been promoted from assistant professor to associate professor in the department of pediatric dentistry, and to clinical associate professor in the department of medical education, college of medicine. dr. christine wu, professor, one-hundred percenters: the pediatric dentistry classes of 2015 and 2016. 6 4
u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y dr. rory chong and dr. laurence golden. dr. christine wu (center) at the dental school at tri-service general hospital with (left) dean yi-shing shieh; dr. yuan-wu chen, chair, oral surgery; (right) dr. shing wong, president, chinese stomatology society; and dr. guang-yen yu, former dean, begjing university dental school. congresswoman jan schakowsky (d-il) was recognized by oral health america in september as the organization’s 2016 legislative honoree. the award was presented as part of the oral health america 7th annual fall for smiles advocacy day reception. congresswoman schakowsky is shown with dr. linda kaste, professor, pediatric dentistry, who was in attendance with the american association for dental research delegation, being with them as the 1st aadr scholar-in- residence. dr. maria therese s. galang-boquiren with dr. christian guilleminault. left to right, dr. cortino sukotjo, dr. kent knoernschild, dr. fatemeh afshari, dr. maria alfaro, dr. craig sikora, dr. virginia hogsett, dr. alec zurek, dr. judy yuan, dr. bin yang, and dr. stephen campbell at the acp annual session, where dr. sikora and dr. hogsett where honored. 6 5
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s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 continuing education continuing education courses to be held at university of illinois at chicago college of dentistry isds courses for dental assistants and hygienists several continuing education courses, held under the auspices of the illinois state dental society (isds), are scheduled to be held at the uic college of dentistry, 801 s. paulina st., chicago, il 60612. the isds is an approved provider of continuing education. for more information or to register, or for refund and cancellation information, email gloria pitchford at firstname.lastname@example.org, log on to www.isds.org, or call (800) 475- 4737. coronal polishing and pit/fissure sealants course course objectives: this course will provide dental assistants with the proper educational requirements as stated in illinois law for application of pit and fissure sealants and coronal polishing, which includes didactic study in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and dental emergencies followed by a written exam. this course also will include two hours of clinical experience on pit and fissure sealants and two hours on coronal polishing. the clinical instruction on coronal polishing will include work performed on a human subject. at the completion of this course 7 0 a variety of continuing education courses are available for hygienists and assistants. and prior to being permitted to perform these expanded functions in illinois, the dental assistant must meet the following requirements: be 18 years of age and working as a dental assistant for at least 1,000 hours. the supervising dentist must personally observe the successful placement of six sealants on a patient or patients by the dental assistant. the successful participant will receive a certificate of completion. continental breakfast and lunch are provided. credit: ten credit hours. dates: saturday, april 1, sept. 16, nov. 11, 2017. instructors: dr. brian caraba, ’95; dr. marta demski, ’13; jennifer bereckis, rdh, director of clinical operations. fee: $450 isds member dentist staff; $800 non-member dentist staff. prerequisite: must be at least age 18, and a dental assistant for at least 1,000 hours. local anesthesia course objectives and content: this four-day course will satisfy the state of illinois expanded function training requirements to allow registered dental hygienists to administer local anesthesia under the general supervision of a licensed dentist. dr. stanley f. malamed’s handbook of local anesthesia (6th edition) text is not included in the fee and must be independently purchased.
credit: 32 credit hours. dates: wednesday and thursday, sept. 6 and 7 and 13 and 14, 2017. instructors: dr. william flick, ’74, clinical associate professor; dr. michael miloro, department head; and dr. thomas skiba, ’68, ms omfs ’77, clinical assistant professor, oral and maxillofacial surgery. fee: $950 isds member dentist staff; $1,100 non-member dentist staff. prerequisite: current bls certificate. nitrous oxide monitoring and administration course course objectives and content: this course for monitoring and administration of nitrous oxide by dental assistants and dental hygienists is designed to meet the certification requirements of the state of illinois for expanded functions. this course will include both didactic and clinical components in the monitoring and administration of nitrous oxide and advanced airway management. it will provide instruction in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and dental emergencies as they relate to the use of nitrous oxide in the dental office. after successful completion of this course the dental assistant can return to the private office and provide expanded function for the dental team and the monitoring of nitrous oxide, while the dental hygienists will be able to start and stop the flow of gas. credit: six credit hours. dates: wednesdays, march 22, oct. 11, and nov. 15, 2017. instructor: dr. evelina kratunova, clinical assistant professor, pediatric dentistry. fee: $275 isds member dentist staff; $500 non-member dentist staff. prerequisite: must be currently certified in cpr/bls for healthcare providers, or its equivalent. a copy of your current bls card must accompany registration form. this course is open to all qualified dental assistants for monitoring and dental hygienists for administering. anesthesia/sedation assistant monitoring clinical certification course this course is offered as a continuing education experience for dental assistants and hygienists who work in dental or oral surgery offices in the state of illinois where sedation or general anesthesia is administered. the course is designed to meet the requirements of the illinois dental practice act and the rules administering the dental practice act. the course includes both lecture and clinical exposure. course objectives and competencies: the assistant will: become familiar with the anatomy and physiology involved with monitoring and airway maintenance in the sedated dental patient. obtain a basic understanding of the physiology of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and neurological systems as they related to anesthesia and sedation. become familiar with the health questionnaire and its application for the evaluation of the patient undergoing anesthesia/sedation and u i c | c o l l e g e o f d e n t i s t r y be able to link this information to the asa classification. develop an understanding of the levels of sedation/anesthesia and be able to recognize these levels in the patient under dental sedation. acquire the skills required for monitoring the sedated patient, including monitoring of blood pressure, pulse, perspiration temperature, and level of consciousness. learn to operate automated monitoring devices including the ekg and pulse-oximeter. learn to complete the anesthesia record and make appropriate monitoring entries during the procedure and during recovery. learn basic management protocols for anesthesia-related emergencies and become more competent in assisting the dentist in their management. continental breakfast and lunch are provided. credit: 12 credit hours. dates: wednesday and thursday, april 12 and 13 and oct. 4 and 5. course times to be announced. instructor: dr. william flick, ’74, clinical associate professor; dr. michael miloro, department head, oral and maxillofacial surgery fee: $525 isds member dentist staff; $850 non-member dentist staff. prerequisite: current bls certificate. for more information, log on to the isds website at www.isds.org or the college of dentistry’s website at https://dentistry.uic.edu/continuing- education. 7 1
s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 | n u m b e r 6 3 calendar april 12 and 13: anesthesia/sedation assistant monitoring clinical certification course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $525 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $850 for isds non-member dentist staff. email gpitchford@ isds.org, log on to www.isds.org, or call (800) 475-4737. 18: oral cancer screenings, oral medicine clinic, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., department of oral medicine and diagnostic sciences. call (312) 355-1222. 21: alumni reunion. uic college of dentistry, loyola university chicago school of dentistry, and other dental schools’ alumni. years ending in “2” and “7” highlighted. alumni awards presented. carlisle banquets, 435 e. butterfield rd., lombard, il, 60148. email dentalum@uic. edu or call (312) 996-0485. 27: department of endodontics dinner in conjunction with the annual american association of endodontists meeting in new orleans, la. call (312) 996-7514. may 3: graduation and awards luncheon. call (312) 996-0485. 6: commencement. uic forum, 725 w. roosevelt rd., 10 a.m. to noon. reception following. call (312) 355-5259. august: 11: golf outing with continuing education, cog hill golf and country club, 12294 archer ave., lemont, il. email email@example.com or call (312) 996-0485. september 6 and 7, and 13 and 14: local anesthesia course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $950 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $1,100 for isds non-member dentist staff. email firstname.lastname@example.org, log on to www.isds. org, or call (800) 475-4737. 7 2 16: coronal polishing and pit/fissure sealants course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $450 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $800 for isds non-member dentist staff. email email@example.com, log on to www.isds. org, or call (800) 475-4737. tba: white coat ceremony. time and location to be announced. become a white coat sponsor. call (312) 355- 5259. october 4 and 5: anesthesia/sedation assistant monitoring clinical certification course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $525 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $850 for isds non-member dentist staff. email gpitchford@ isds.org, log on to www.isds.org, or call (800) 475-4737. 11: nitrous oxide monitoring and administration course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $275 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $500 for isds non-member dentist staff. email firstname.lastname@example.org, log on to www.isds. org, or call (800) 475-4737. november 11: coronal polishing and pit/fissure sealants course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $450 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $800 for isds non-member dentist staff. email email@example.com, log on to www.isds. org, or call (800) 475-4737. 15: nitrous oxide monitoring and administration course. uic college of dentistry. fee is $275 for illinois state dental society member dentist staff, $500 for isds non-member dentist staff. email firstname.lastname@example.org, log on to www.isds. org, or call (800) 475-4737.
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801 south paulina street (mc 621) chicago, illinois 60612-7211 nonprofit org. u.s. postage paid chicago, il permit no. 4860 26th annual uic alumni & friends golf outing with continuing education friday, august 11, 2017 cog hill golf & country club • 12294 archer ave., lemont, il 60439 all uic and loyola university chicago dental alumni, as well as alumni of other dental schools, dentistry faculty, staff, friends, and guests are participants may shoot on one of the club’s several championship golf courses, including dubsdread, home of the western open. • optional continuing education course in the morning • lunch • modified shotgun start in the afternoon invited. • dinner set up foursomes with your classmates and friends! look for information on the college’s website at dentistry.uic.edu, email email@example.com, or call (312) 996-0485.