Dana Graves, DDS, DMSc

November 2010
Penn Dental Journal;Fall2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p6
The article features Dana Graves, a professor of periodontics and associate dean for translational research at Penn Dental Medicine, and cites his role in filling the void between the clinic and laboratory. One of Graves' primary goals at Penn Dental Medicine is to create an opportunity for students training in specialty programs and promote interest in research. His other priorities include forging links within Penn Dental Medicine and with other schools at the University, and giving more time to his research on diabetes-related problems.


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