RSDM News - September 2014

RSDM RESEARCH: Exercise could help predict susceptibility to chronic pain

RSDM researchers have documented a link between exercise and pain modulation that could ultimately help physicians treat patients and predict whether they have a propensity to develop chronic pain. LEARN MORE

Dr. Khan

Waxing and Relaxing

They might never get a job at Madam Tussaud's but by the end of their first-year, RSDM students have mastered the art of waxing a tooth. LEARN MORE

Hala Altunji and Anthony Arena

Reel World: RSDM Students Volunteer for Special Fishing Derby

Teach a man to fish and you can both have fun - even if you don't catch anything. That was the lesson for about 30 RSDM students who volunteered at the Fishing Outing for People With Disabilities in Mountainside. LEARN MORE

RSDM volunteers at Fishing Derby

Study Shows Benefits of Working With HIV/AIDS Patients and Underserved

Training dental students to work with HIV/AIDS patients fosters positive attitudes toward caring for them, suggests a study conducted with help from RSDM students and faculty. LEARN MORE

Alumni Make a Difference

Although she never had a chance to meet Dr. William Cinotti, the late RSDM faculty member for whom her scholarship is named, Allison Striano has heard a lot about him. LEARN MORE

Dr. William Cinotti