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Undergraduate and graduate students share dental knowledge at Dental Research Student’s Symposium

UIC BME and COD students participated at the Dental Research Student's Symposium.

UIC undergraduate and graduate students hosted the Dental Research Student’s Symposium on April 25 to bring together students and faculty to share research.

Students in BME 462, or Introduction to Dental Clinical Research and Technology, presented research topics and concerns of present-day dentistry. This course aims to help students understand and generate dental science and research knowledge including the basics of dental science, advancements in dentistry, clinical aspects, enabling students to decide their future in dental medicine.

Professor in the Richard and Loan Hill Department of Biomedical Engineering and Department of Restorative Dentistry Mathew Mathew coordinates the course.

Concluding remarks were given by Stephen Campbell, DDS, MMSc, Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry, and the UIC College of Dentistry.

The symposium’s organizers awarded prizes to the top three presentations at the event. Winners include:

Third Place: Jacob Eapen and Neel Soni

Second Place: Giselle Martinez

First Place: Theo Ocansey