Faculty Training Program in Clinical Research

Clinical Research and Clinical Trials Training for Junior/Senior Dental School Faculty

A one year training program for dental school faculty members interested in clinical research has been established in the Sjogren's Syndrome Clinic (SSC) at the NIDCR's Gene Therapy and Therapeutics Branch. The SSC is located within the NIH hospital (Clinical Center). Successful applicants must hold a DDS/DMD degree, or equivalent, and have an active license to practice dentistry in any of the 50 states. Individuals will be full participants in ongoing clinical trials in the SSC, as well as participate in the development of new protocols directed at novel biological treatments for salivary gland diseases. Optional graduate level supplementary formal coursework is available if desired.

Interested persons should send their CV, bibliography, the names of two references, along with a statement of interest and long-term goals to:

Dr. B. J. Baum,
GTTB/NIDCR/NIH,
Building 10, Room 1N113
MSC-1190, Bethesda, MD 20892