More than 25,000 attendees tapped into all University of Utah has to offer at the 2020 Silicon Slopes Tech Summit. ... Read MorePsychiatry,Population Health Sciences
The University of Utah School of Dentistry will lead the profession in dental education, discovery, and outreach to provide comprehensive and value-driven care for each patient
The mission of the University of Utah School of Dentistry is to advance health by:
- Providing exceptional care for our patients
- Educating excellent dentists for the future
- Leading oral health discovery and innovation
- Meeting the oral health needs of our community
- Making a meaningful impact on the health of our underserved
- Creating a humanistic culture that elevates human welfare, values, dignity, equity, and inclusion
- Integrating oral care into total health
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Dr. Rena D'Souza joined Science Friday host Ira Flato for a live conversation about the research frontiers in dentistry.... Read MoreSelect...
U of U Health contributes health and intellectual expertise at one of the state's most esteemed events. ... Read MorePsychiatry,Population Health Sciences
Dr. Glen Hanson is a tenured full professor of pharmacology and Vice Dean in the School of Dentistry. He was the acting director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and recognized as a leading expert on the neurobiology of the psychostimulants. Dr. Hanson has given several hundred presentations around the world on his research, and program development related to drug abuse and the Public Health implications. Dr. Hanson has recently been involved in studying the effects of including comprehensive dental care as part of the treatment for Substance Use Disorder Patients.... Read MoreSelect...
The Huntsman Mental Health Institute will be a model for the nation.... Read MorePsychiatry,Population Health Sciences
Highlights from 2019 exemplify how U of U Health is making a difference in individual and community health and quality of life. ... Read MoreNeurobiology and Anatomy,Pediatrics,Psychiatry,Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,Biochemistry,Population Health Sciences,Biomedical Informatics
Comprehensive Oral Care Improves Treatment Outcomes in Male and Female Patients with High-Severity and Chronic Substance Use Disorders
Improvement in SUD treatment outcomes at discharge suggests that complementary comprehensive oral health care improves SUD therapeutic results in patients with SUDs. Integrated comprehensive oral health care of major dental problems significantly improves treatment of outcomes in patients whose disorders are particularly difficult to manage, such as patients with SUDs.... Read MoreSelect...
Annual Wintrobe Lecture contains a call to fight a disturbing trend.... Read MoreInternal Medicine
A goal of advancing knowledge and transforming clinical practice.... Read More