DCG’s CERSI names new clinical research director

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The Center for Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Innovation (CERSI) at the Dental College of Georgia has named Todd Schoenbaum, DDS, professor of Restorative Sciences, as the new clinical research director.

Schoenbaum is a respected National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research-funded researcher with particular interest in fixed implant prosthodontics, clinical research and biostatistics. He has published more than 60 papers, eight chapters and two textbooks. He is well-positioned to take on a position that will serve the entire clinical faculty and aid them in research endeavors.

CERSI works in collaboration with other units in the University System of Georgia to perform innovative, multidisciplinary research in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and oral health-related diseases. Center membership includes faculty from the Dental College of Georgia who are involved in basic, translational and clinical research.

Additionally, CERSI provides leadership and support in research, scholarship and innovation to promote and achieve excellence in oral health-related scientific investigation, discovery and dissemination of new knowledge and translation of these outcomes to healthcare to reduce the burden of disease and improve the quality of life for the communities we serve.

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Stacey Hudson

Stacey Hudson is communications coordinator for the Dental College of Georgia.

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