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PRESENTATIONS

College of Dentistry Post College Assembly, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 17,1986. Tunneling Procedure on the Treatment of Periodontal Disease.


College of Dentistry Post College Assembly, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 17, 1986. The Effect of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Agents on the Course of Periodontal Disease.
College of Dentistry Post College Assembly, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 23, 1987. Combined Periodontal-Prosthetic Treatment: A Case of Submerged Roots for Increased Prosthetic Support.
College of Dentistry Post College Assembly, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 23, 1987. Autogenous Bone Grafting for the Treatment of Intrabony Defects.
Shawnee State College, Division of Dental Hygiene, Portsmouth, OH, February, 10, 1988. Clinical Indicators of Periodontal Health and Disease.
Shawnee State College, Division of Dental Hygiene, Portsmouth, OH, April 20, 1988. The Pathogenesis of Periodontal Disease.
College of Dentistry Post College Assembly, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 21, 1988. Current Modalities on the Treatment of Teeth with Furcation Involvement.
ICSABER 14th Annual Graduate Research Forum, Columbus, OH, May 17, 1988. Comparison of Bone Histomorphometry, Splenic Lymphocyte-Mediated in vitro Bone Resorption and Lymphocyte Blastogenic Transformation in Euthymic and Athymic Mice.
College of Dentistry Continuing Education Course, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, August 11, 1988. A Review of Current Research on Periodontal Scaling and Root Planing
Columbus Dental Society meeting, Columbus, OH, February 6, 1989. Surgical vs. Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy.
The American Association of Dental Research, Opportunities in Science/Careers in Dental Science, Cincinnati, OH, March 8, 1990. What is it Like for a Dentist to Study for a Ph.D. in Bone Biology?
The American Academy of Periodontology Research Forum, Dallas, Texas, October 24, 1990. Receptors for Parathyroid Hormone-Related Protein on Lymphocytes Infected with HTLV-1.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Periodontal Alumni Day, March 6, 1992. Molecular Biology Techniques in Dentistry.
Detroit Dental Study Club, Detroit, Michigan, November 11, 1992. Non-surgical Periodontal Therapy.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Periodontal Soft Tissue Management, January 28-29, 1993. Scaling and Root Planing.
The Midwest Society of Periodontology, Lunch and Learning, Chicago, Illinois, February 20, 1993. Growth Factors: The Biologic Basis.
Periodontal Study Club (Drs. Wunderlich and Wojcik), Detroit, Michigan, April 20, 1993. Non-surgical Periodontics.
University of Michigan Geriatrics Center, June 7, 1993. The Role of the PTH/PTHrP Receptor in Age-dependent Bone Loss.
University of Michigan Periodontics Alumni Update, September 3, 1993. Molecular and Cellular Biology of Osteoblasts.
Saul Schluger Study Group (American Academy of Periodontology Alumni group, University of Washington), Chicago, Illinois, September 28, 1993. Growth Factors: Implications for Treating Periodontal Disease.
Second International Paget Disease Working Group, New York, NY, October 23, 1993. Discussion Group: Clinical Aspects of Pagetic Dental Complications.
University of Michigan Biologic and Materials Science Seminar, October 27, 1993. Molecular Regulation of the Parathyroid Hormone Receptor.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Periodontal Soft Tissue Management, October 29, 1993. Therapeutic Instrumentation and Evaluation of Outcomes in Periodontal Therapy.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Student Research Group, November 11, 1993. Balancing Research and Clinic Time.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Current Issues in Managing Periodontal Patients, Feb 24, 1994. Relationship between Periodontal Diseases and Medically Compromising Conditions and Appropriate Treatments.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ph.D. Program in Oral Health Sciences Faculty Day, June 7, 1994: Molecular Regulation of the Parathyroid Hormone Receptor.
The American Federation for Aging Research, Awardee Retreat: Aging and Parathyroid Hormone Function, June 4, 1994.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry, National Steering Committee: The Effects of Departmental Endowments on Junior Faculty, September 23, 1994.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Periodontal Soft Tissue Management, October 28, 1994. Therapeutic Instrumentation and Evaluation of Outcomes in Periodontal Therapy.
The National Institutes of Health, Workshop on Anabolic Hormones in Bone: Basic Research and Therapeutic Potential, May 1-2, 1995. Bethesda, MD “Regulation of PTH/PTHrP Receptor Gene Expression in Osteoblastic Cells.”
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Current Issues in Managing Periodontal Patients, January 26, 1996. Relationship between Periodontal Diseases and Medically Compromising Conditions and Appropriate Treatments.
The Ohio State University, College of Dentistry, February 19, 1996: “Regulation of the Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) Receptor in Bone: Insights into the Mechanisms of PTH-stimulated Bone Formation.”
The University of Michigan, Rackham Graduate School, Pre-Doctoral Fellows meeting, March 20, 1996: “Making the Transition from Graduate Student to Faculty Member.”
The University of Michigan, School of Dentistry, Research Club, May 8, 1996: “Update on the role of PTHrP and the PTH/PTHrP receptor in osteoblast differentiation and metastatic bone formation.”
The University of Washington, Department of Urology, September 11, 1996: “PTHrP as a mediator of osteoblastic lesions in prostate cancer.”
The University of Michigan, School of Dentistry Student Research Group, November 5, 1996. “Research careers for dentists.”
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Periodontal Soft Tissue Management, November 14, 1996. “Therapeutic Instrumentation and Evaluation of Outcomes in Periodontal Therapy.”
University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Current Issues in Managing Periodontal Patients, November 15, 1996. “Relationship Between Periodontal Diseases, Medically Compromising Conditions and Appropriate Treatments”
The University of Florida, College of Dentistry, November 20, 1996: “Regulation of the Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) Receptor in Bone: Insights into the Mechanisms of PTH-stimulated Bone Formation.”
The University of Michigan, SPORE in Prostate Cancer, January 13, 1997. “PTHrP as a mediator of osteoblastic lesions in prostate cancer.”
The Seattle Dental Study Club (Port Huron and Troy Michigan), January 21 and 23, 1997. “Non-surgical periodontal therapy.”
The University of Michigan, Gene Therapy Seminar Series, January 27, 1997. “PTH and PTHrP as anabolic agents in bone: Mechanisms, model systems, and therapeutic potentials.”
The Midwest Academy of Periodontology, February 22, 1997. “The influence of systemic health on periodontal therapy: Management and therapeutic guidelines”
The Second Regional Symposium on Skeletal Biology and Metabolic Bone Disease, The University of Western Ontario, Ontario Canada , April 12, 1997. “Regulation of the PTH/PTHrP receptor in bone: Insights into the mechanisms of PTH-stimulated bone formation.”
The Organogenesis Seminar Series, The University of Michigan, May 1, 1997. “Regulation of the Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) Receptor: Insights into Anabolic Mechanisms of PTH Action in Bone.”
Endocrinology and Metabolism Research Conference, The University of Michigan, October 30, 1997. “Anabolic Mechanisms of PTH Action in Bone.”
Stryker Biotech, Nattick, MA., April 25, 1998. “Prospects for an Industrial Collaboration with the Center for Biorestoration of Oral Health.”
Parke-Davis Inc., Ann Arbor, MI, May 8, 1998. “An Introduction to the Center for Biorestoration of Oral Health.”
Division of Nephrology, Basic Science Seminar Series, The University of Michigan, May 26, 1998. “Parathyroid Hormones: Mechanisms of Action in Bone”
Eli Lilly and Co., Indianapolis, IN, June 16, 1998. “Insights to the Actions of PTH & PTHrP in Bone."
Straumann Inc., Bern, Switzerland, November 6, 1998. "Prospects for an Industrial Collaboration with the Center for Biorestoration of Oral Health."
Institut de Genetique et de Biologie Moleculaire et Cellulaire, December 22, 1998. "Initial Characterization of the Bone Phenotype in Estrogen Receptor Deficient Mice."
Michigan State University, Department of Physiology, April 1, 1999. "Anabolic Actions of PTH in Bone: In Vitro and In Vivo Models."
The Ohio State University, 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Graduate Periodontics Program. September 19, 1999. “Anabolic agents in bone: Basic science for clinical practice”
The Bone Metastasis Group, University of Michigan, October 28, 1999. “The role of PTHrP in prostate carcinoma growth”.
Local Chapter of the AADR, January 10, 2000. “The role of the estrogen receptor in bone”
The Ohio State University Research Day, Keynote Speaker, February 11, 2000. “Dental Research: It’s Your Future”.
Center for Biorestoration of Oral Health Research Seminar Series, April 17, 2000. “Anabolic mechanisms of PTH action: Role of c-fos
Orthopedic Research Laboratory, University of Michigan, June 20, 2000. “Anabolic mechanisms of PTH action in bone”
Turkish Society of Periodontology 30th Anniversary Meeting, August 25, 2000. “Mediators of Bone Resorption: Principles and Therapeutic Potentials”
University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of Medicine, Endocrine Division, April 4, 2001. “Mechanisms of Anabolic Actions of Parathyroid Hormones in Bone”
The Ohio State University, Post-College Assembly, April 20, 2001. “Systemic and Periodontal Health: A Two Way Street”
University of Michigan, Program Project Site Visit, May 16, 2001. “PTHrP Mechanisms in Osseous Prostate Metastatic Lesions”
FASEB Conference on Steroids and Bone, June 25, 2001. “Skeletal metabolism in estrogen receptor mutant mice”
University of Michigan School of Dentistry Continuing Education Course: Periodontal and Systemic Health, September 8, 2001, “Metabolic bone diseases, hormonal issues and alcoholism”
Washtenaw County Dental Hygienist’s Association, September 25, 2001. “Selected topics in women’s health”
International Conference on Chemistry and Biology of Mineralized Tissues, November 8, 2001. “Transgenic Models of Metabolic Bone Disease: Role of Estrogen Receptor in Skeletal Metabolism”.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry, December 11, 2001. “New Mechanisms of PTH action in Bone”.
Orthopedic Research Laboratory, University of Michigan, July 9, 2002. “Anabolic mechanisms of PTH action in bone”
University of Michigan, Student Research Program, July 24, 2002. “How to Read and Evaluate Literature”
Third Annual Richard Reinhardt Seminar, University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Dentistry, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 22-23, 2002. “The Dentist-Scientist: Levels of Inquiry in Bone.”
University of Indiana, Bone Club Seminar, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 19-20, 2002. “Anabolic Actions of PTH: New Insights, Models and Mechanisms.”
University of Michigan, Student Research Program, June 4, 2003. “How to Read & Evaluate Literature”
University of Western Ontario, The Fifth John T. Hamilton Distinguished Lecture, October 8, 2003. “Anabolic Actions of Parathyroid Hormone in Bone: Models and Mechanisms”.
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Pharmacology, Medicial School, November 14, 2003. “PTH & PTHrP: Cellular Mechanisms and Expanding Roles in Normal Bone and Prostate Skeletal Metastasis.”
OSU vs. Michigan CE, Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 21, 2003. “Women’s Health: What are the Periodontal Implications?”
University of Arkansas, Endocrine Grand Rounds, April 9, 2003. “PTH & PTHrP: Cellular Mechanisms and Expanding Roles in Normal Bone and Prostate Skeletal Metastasis”.
State University of New York, SUNY at Buffalo, NY, May 3, 2004. Department of Oral Biology. “Anabolic versus catabolic mechanisms of parathyroid hormones in bone”.

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