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THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members
Date: April 30, 2001 Initials:
1. SURNAME: Brunette FIRST NAME: Donald

MIDDLE NAME(S): Maxwell
2. DEPARTMENT: Oral Biological & Medical Sciences
3. FACULTY: Dentistry
4. PRESENT RANK: Professor SINCE: July 1, 1985

Associate Dean Research January 1, 2000


5. POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION


University or Institution

Degree

Subject Area

Dates

University of Toronto

B.Sc.

Chemistry

1966

University of Toronto


M.Sc.

Medical Biophysics

1968

University of Toronto


Ph.D.

Medical Biophysics

1972



6. EMPLOYMENT RECORD
(a) Prior to Coming to UBC


University, Company or Organization

Rank or Title

Dates

University of Toronto

Demonstrator, Introductory Chemistry, Department of Chemistry

1965–1966

Ryerson Polytechnic, Toronto

Lecturer, Mathematical Preparation for Physical Chemistry

1966–1967

University of Toronto

Demonstrator, Histology, Faculty of Medicine

1967–1971

York University

Tutorial Leader, Introductory Biology

1972–1974

York University

Tutorial Leader, Environmental Studies

1973–1974

University of Toronto

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Dentistry

1974–1978

University of Toronto

Associate Professor, Faculty of Dentistry

1978–1979


(b) At UBC


Rank or Title

Dates

Associate Professor

July 1, 1979-June 30, 1985

Honourary Associate Professor, Department of Pathology , Faculty of Medicine

July 1, 1980-June 30, 1985

Professor

July 1, 1985-present

Head, Department of Oral Biology

July 1,1985-June 30, 1997

Honourary Professor, Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine

July 1, 1985-present

Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies

July 1, 1997-1998

Associate Dean, Research

January 1, 2000-present

Acting Head, Department of Oral Biological and Medical Sciences

July 1, 2000-present


(c) Date of Granting of Tenure at U.B.C.: July 1, 1979

7. LEAVES OF ABSENCE


University, Company or Organization

at which Leave was taken



Type of Leave

Dates

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology – Zurich

administrative

January 1-December 31, 1999



8. TEACHING
(a) Areas of Special Interest and Accomplishments
Development of a Course on Understanding and Evaluating Dental Research
I introduced a course on the evaluation of experimental dental research into the dental undergraduate curriculum as well as the graduate program (ORBI 430 and 500 and DENT 540 respectively). Although statistics courses are becoming common in dental curricula, the approach taken in ORBI 430 & DENT 540 is, so far as I am aware, unique. In brief, the course was designed to deal with two problems that are of increasing importance to dentists: the growth in volume and importance to practice of scientific research and the necessity of life-long learning. Both these problems require the dentist to evaluate scientific literature intelligently. In some schools the solution has been introduce statistics courses. But such an approach is intrinsically limited, for the central issue in the evaluation of many papers is not statistics at all. Moreover, in my view, the rote memorization of statistical formulae and their application to artificial data sets may be counterproductive because the formulae are readily forgotten and quickly become viewed by the students as being irrelevant. Thus ORBI 430, while introducing basic statistical concepts, also covers a broad scope of aspects of scientific method, including the basic principles of logic, measurement, research strategies and experimental design that are required to criticize scientific articles. Numerous opportunities are afforded to apply these principles to form balanced judgments of publications in the dental literature. The model used in teaching the course might be called the “error” model; the students are encouraged to identify possible sources of error and understand the degree to which an error affects the conclusion. The primary source of the material is the course manual that I developed and which Quintessence will publish in book form, probably in 1996. Besides presenting the topics and reference material, the manual contains numerous examples and problem questions drawn from the dental literature.
The methods of student evaluation include problems sets, final examination and an oral examination. The latter is based on a paper selected by the student, who prepares a critique. I then read the paper and compare my assessment with the student in an oral examination of fifteen minutes. This approach exposes the student to a task which resembles that which he or she must do later; it reflects the real skill that must be developed during the course and not some artificial construct. Secondly, it enables the instructor to interact on an individual basis with the students and clear up any misconceptions surrounding the course material. A similar approach is taken in the graduate course, but the material is presented at a more advanced level and the students must do additional work that includes a project on measurement related to their thesis research and present a seminar.
The material is presented in lectures which extensively use the discussion-oriented approach, in which students discuss a question in small groups and then share the results with the whole class. I was introduced to this method at a TAG (Teaching and Academic Growth) workshop given by Dr. R.V. Rasmussen, who has outlined the method and benefits of this approach in AACE Journal 1984, 12, 38. I have used the method for several years and, as predicted by Rasmussen, this method does result in more students participating in class discussion. The second benefit is that by spacing the discussions through the class period the lecture is broken into segments so that students can concentrate more effectively.
Overall, I believe the course to be very effective in accomplishing its objectives - the importance of which have recently been recognized in competency statement #47 of the NDEB. I have been particularly pleased by student acceptance of the course, as the topic of research methodology might be considered “dry” to dental students whose prime objective in third year is to acquire clinical skills. I have been nominated for an outstanding teacher award by the students and won the W.W. Wood Award of the Association of Canadian Dental Faculties for Excellence in Dental Teaching in 1993.
(b) Courses Taught at UBC


Session

Course

Number

Scheduled

Hours

Class

Size

Hours Taught

Lectures

Tutorials

Winter 1982-1997

ORBI/OBMS 430

28

40-48

28




Winter/Summer 1983-present

ORBI 500/DENT 540

60

3-17

45

15

Winter 1980-1998

ORBI 440

14

40

1




Winter 1998-present

DENT 410 (fluoride case)

6




2

4

Winter 2001-preeent

DENT 430 (logic & rhetoric case)

6




2

4

(c) Graduate Students Supervised


Student Name

Program

Type


Year

Principal

Supervisor



Co-Supervisor(s)


Start

Finish

Y. Marmary

MSc/U of T

1973

1975

D.M. Brunette




R.J. Kanoza

MSc/U of T

1974

1977

D.M. Brunette




T.R.L. Gould

PhD/U of T

1974

1978

D.M. Brunette

A.H. Melcher

E. Svoboda

PhD/U of T

1974

1978

D.M. Brunette

A.H. Melcher

D.W. Pettigrew

PhD/U of T

1974

1978

J. Sodek

D.M. Brunette

P. Birek

MSc/U of T

1977

1979

D.M. Brunette




H.L. Hong

MSc/UBC

1983

1986

D.M. Brunette




B. Chehroudi

PhD/UBC

1987

1991

D.M. Brunette




A. Damji

MSc/DMD/UBC

1985

1992

D.M. Brunette




J. Ratkay

MSc/UBC

1990

1995

D.M. Brunette




C. Oakley

PhD/UBC

1991

1995

D.M. Brunette




L. Chou

PhD/UBC

1991

1997

D.M. Brunette




A. Khakbaznejad

MSc/UBC

1996

2000

D.M. Brunette




J. Glass-Brudzinski

MSc/UBC

1998

2000

D.M. Brunette




D. Perizzolo

MSc/UBC

1998

2000

D.M. Brunette




S. Grahbi

Ph.D./UBC

2002




DM. Brunette




B. Baharloo

M.Sc./UBC

2001




D.M. Brunette




H. Kim

M.Sc./UBC

2002




D.M. Brunette





(d) Continuing Education Activities
November 1983—Continuing Dental Education UBC “Update on the Properties and Behaviour of Cells of the Periodontium”, Vancouver, B.C.
June 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989—U.B.C./S.P.C.A. Short Course in Animal Cell Culture “Animal Cell Culture: Morphological and Biochemical Studies”
August 1994—Canadian Society of Implantologists/Vancouver Implant Study Club “Behavior of Cells in the Vicinity of Implants”.
October 1997 U.B.C. Continuing Education. Dental Hygiene “All about bad breath”
January 1998. Calgary Study Club “How to evaluate research articles”
January 1998 U.B.C. Continuing Education. CDA. “All about bad breath”

February 1998 University College of the Fraser Valley. Continuing Education. Dental Hygiene “All about bad breath”


May 1998. Calgary Dental Hygiene Study Club “How to evaluate research articles”
October 1998 U.B.C. Continuing Dental Education. Dental Hygiene “All about bad breath”
October 1998 Bytown Study club (Ottawa) “How to evaluate research articles”
June 1999 Florida Dental Association National Convention (Orlando) “All about bad breath”
June 1999 Florida Dental Association National Convention (Orlando) “Alternative health care: abuses of scientific method and challenges to Dentisty and Medicine”
January 2000. Sendai Dental Association. (Sendai, Japan)“Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour on dental implants.
October 2000. U.B.C. Continuing Education (Alumni Day) (Vancouver, B.C.) “All about bad breath”.
(e) Visiting Lecturer (indicate university/organization and dates)
March 1975—W. Alton Jones Cell Science Center (Tissue Culture Association), Lake Placid, Symposium Workshop. Applications of Tissue Culture in Dental Science, Lake Placid, New York
March 1979—Shriner’s Hospital, Montreal, Research Seminar
May 1979—Ontario Cancer Institute Toronto, Research Seminar
March 1986—Faculty of Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton: “The effect of mechanical stretching on cell proliferation and function”, “Time-lapse cinemicrographic studies of directed epithelial migration on grooved titanium substrata”.
July 1986—Department of Cell Biology, Glasgow University “Regulation of Epithelial Growth and Migration by Mechanical Stimuli”
June 1987—R.S. McClaughlin Visiting Scientist, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, “Regulation of Growth and Migration by Mechanical Stimuli”.
May 1992—Dows Institute for Dental Research, University of Iowa, ”Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour”.
March 1993—MRC Visiting Professor University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour”.
October 1993—Honorary Professor, China Medical University, “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour in vitro and in vivo”.
October 1993—Honorary Visiting Professor in Cell Biology, Shanghai Medical University, “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour in vitro and in vivo”.
June 1994—Department of Anatomy, University of Toronto, “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour in vitro and in vivo”. Toronto, Ont.
June 1995 Tokyo Dental College “ Prospects and Problems in the Application of Surface topgraphy to Dental Implants”
June 1995 Hokkaido Health Sciences Univerisyt “ Propsects and Problems in the Application of Surface topgraphy to Dental Implants”
May 1995—Department of Oral Biology, University of Manitoba, “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour in vivo and in vitro”.
July 1995—Department of Oral Pathology, Tokyo Dental College, “Prospects and problems in the design of implant surfaces for desired cell behaviours”
July 1995 Department of Oral Pathology, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido and Higashi Nippon Dental Society, “Prospects and problems in the design of implant surfaces for desired cell behaviours”.
August 1995. University College Cork Centennary Celebration “Use of micromachined surfaces to investigate the cell behavioural factors essential to osseointegration” Cork, Ireleand
September 1997 Dental Research Unit, Seoul National University, Korean Society for Salivary Research, “Oral Malodour”, Seoul, Korea.
February 1999 Dept. of Applied Physics, Chalmers Technical University, “Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behaviour” Gothenberg Sweden
April 1999. Institute of Biomedical Technology, University of Zurich and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology "Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour" Zurich, CH.
May 1999 Dept of Materials. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. "Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour", Zurich CH.
May 1999 PASTIS-CNRSM Biomaterials Unit "Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour" Brindisi, Italy
May 1999 Dept of Prosthodontics, University of Geneva "Effects of titanium surface topography on cell behaviour" Geneva, CH.
June 1999 Centre for Cell Engineering, University of Glasgow “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour” Glasgow
July 1999. R.H. Mathys Foundation "Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour" Bettlach CH
August 1999 Department of Biomaterials, Dentistry, Catholic University of Nijmegen " Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behaviour", Nijmegen, Netherlands
September 1999 Department of Materials, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, "Effects of Surface Topography on Cell behaviour" Lausanne, CH
November 1999 AO Institute "Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour" Davos, CH
January 2000. Nipon Dental University Tokyo “Effects of surface topography on cell behavior on dental implants”
January 2000 Nipon Dental University Niigata “Effects of surface topography on cell behavior on dental implants”
January 2000 Tohoku University School of Dentistry (Sendai, Japan) “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour on dental implants”.
August 2000 University of Alberta, Faculty of Dentistry “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour” Edmonton Alberta
August 2000 Misercordia Hospital, COMPRU “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour”
November 2000, Lion Corporation “ Critical Thinking: Understanding and evaluating research in breath odor; examples from studies of sodium bicarbonate containing products.” Odawara, Japan
November 2000. Aichi-Gakuin Society of Dental Science, Aichi-Gakuin University “ Critical Thinking: Understanding and evaluating research in breath odor; examples from studies of sodium bicarbonate containing products.” Nagoya, Japan
July 2001. International Society of Breath Odor Research. Summary of Conference Findings. Tokyo, Japan
October 2001. American Denatal Association. Experimental Design in Breath Odour Studies. Chicago, USA
August 2001. Summer institute on Biomaterials, University of Gothenburg and Chalmers Techincal Univeristy, “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour” Ellos Sweden
November 2001 Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto “ Rhetoric in Dental Science: From Epistemology to Self- Interest”. Toronto, Ontario
December 2001. Institute Straumann. “Effects of SLA topography on cell behaviour” Waldenburg, CH


9. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
(a) Areas of Special Interest and Accomplishments



(b) Research or Equivalent Grants [indicate under COMP whether grants were obtained competitively (C) or non-competitively (NC)]

Granting Agency

Subject

Comp

$ Per Year

Year

Principal Investigator

Co-investigator(s)

MRC

Periodontal Physiology

Group



C

$500,000

1974-1978

A.H. Melcher

D.M. Brunette, J. Sodek, T.W. Walker and J.N.M. Heersche

MRC

Periodontal Physiology

Group


C

$3,000,000

1978

A.H. Melcher

D.M. Brunette, J. Sodek and J.N.M. Heersche

MRC

Regulation of growth and function of epithelial cells derived from the cell rests of Malassez

C

$180,243

1979-1982

D.M. Brunette

G.S. Beagrie, Dean

MRC

E.M. Maintenance

C

$4,227

1980-1981

D.M. Brunette

6 others

BC HCRF Operating Grant -

Ultrastructural Studies on the Effects of Endodontic and Dental Implant Materials on Cells in vivo and in vitro

C

$20,000

$30,000 $6,700



1981

1982


1983

D.M. Brunette

P. Dow , T.R.L. Gould

MRC

E.M. Maintenance Renewal

C

$5,226

1981-1983

D.M. Brunette

8 others

MRC

Operating Grant Renewal- Regulation of Growth and Behavior of Cells of the Periodontium

C

$71,000

1982-1984

D.M. Brunette




MRC

Major Equipment Grant – Purchase of Ultramicrotome and Tissue Dryer

C

$27,800

1984

D.M. Brunette

11 others

MRC

E.M. Maintenance Renewal

C

$11,242

1984-1985

D.M. Brunette

8 others

MRC

Operating Grant Renewal – Regulation of Growth and Behavior of Cells of the Periodontium

C

$71,000

1984-1986

D.M. Brunette




US National Institutes of Dental Research

Operating Grant - Design of Surfaces to Impede Epithelial Migration on Dental Implants

C

$72,570 (U.S.)

1984-1987

D.M. Brunette

T.R.L. Gould

MRC

E.M. Maintenance Renewal

C

$11,300

1985-1986

D.M. Brunette

8 others

MRC

Operating Grant Renewal – Regulation of Growth and Behavior of Cells of the Periodontium

C

$75,000

1986-1989

D.M. Brunette




MRC

E.M. Maintenance Renewal

C

$13,064

1986-1989

D.M. Brunette

8 others

BCHCRF

Operating Grant - Regulation of Epithelial Migration in vitro and in vivo

C

$25,000

1987-1988

D.M. Brunette

T.R.L. Gould

MRC

Operating Grant Renewal – Regulation of Growth and Behavior of Cells of the Periodontium

C

$82,619

1989-1992

D.M. Brunette




MRC

E.M. Maintenance Renewal

C

$15,620

1989-1994

D.M. Brunette

8 others

BCHCRF

Major Equipment Grant – Purchase of a Photomicroscope

C

$40,000

1990

D.M. Brunette




BCHCRF

Operating Grant - in vitro Studies on the Effects of Surface Topography on Mineralized Tissue Formation

C

$27,000

1990-1991

D.M. Brunette




Vipont Pharmaceuticals

Oral Malodour

NC

$16,100

1991

D.M. Brunette




BCHCRF

Operating Grant - Studies on the Effects of Surface Topography on Mineralized Tissue Formation in vivo

C

$38,744

1992-1993

D.M. Brunette




MRC

Operating Grant Renewal – Regulation of Cell Behaviour by Surface Topography

C

$96,863

1992-1995

D.M. Brunette




MRC

E.M. Maintenance

C

$16,863

1992- 1996

D.M. Brunette

12 others

Church & Dwight

Oral Biology

NC

$30,000

($U.S.)


1995

D.M. Brunette




Church & Dwight

Oral Biology

NC

$20, 231

1996

D.M. Brunette




Church & Dwight

Oral Biology

NC

$40,821

1997

D.M. Brunette




Church & Dwight

Oral Biology

NC

$109,515

1998

D.M. Brunette




MRC

Operating Grant Renewal – Regulation of Cell Behaviour by Surface Topography

C

$86,452

1995-1998

D.M. Brunette




MRC

EM Maintenance

C

$22,481

1996-1999

D.M. Brunette

10 others

UBC UILO

Cell Traps

NC

$9,810

1997

D.M. Brunette

N. Jaeger

(Electrical Engineering)



MRC

Microscope Facility

C

40,700

1999-2002

D.M. Brunette

10 others

MRC/CIHR


Operating Grant Renewal – Regulation of Cell Behaviour by Surface Topography

C

$88,181

1998-2001

D.M. Brunette




CIHR

Terminal

C

$10,000

2001

2002

D.M. Brunette




Church and Dwight

Oral Biology Research

NC

$80, 955

2000

D.M. Brunette




ITI Foundation

Effect of SAMs on Cell Behaviour

C

$23,000

$33,000


(UBC portion)

2000-01

2001-02


D.M. Brunette

M. Textor (ETHZ)

B. Boyan (U. Texas)



CIHR

Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour

C

$114,735

$25,192 equipment



2002-2005

D.M.Brunette




Church & Dwight

Oral biology research




$50,000 US

2002-2003

D.M. Brunette





(c) Research or Equivalent Contracts (indicate under COMP whether grants were obtained competitively (C) or non-competitively (NC))


Granting Agency

Subject

COMP

$ Per Year

Year

Principal Investigator

Church & Dwight

Oral Malodor

NC

$3665

1995

D.M. Brunette

Church & Dwight

Oral Malodor

NC

$7505

1996

D.M. Brunette

Church & Dwight

Oral Malodor

NC

$3837

1997

D.M. Brunette

Church & Dwight

Oral Malodor

NC

$6538

1998

D.M. Brunette

Church & Dwight

Oral Malodor

NC

$3903

2000

D.M. Brunette


(f) Conference Participation (Organizer, Keynote Speaker, etc.)
May 1977 - Symposium, American Academy of Oral Medicine, invited speaker, “Cells of the periodontium”, Toronto, ON.
November 1977 - American Society for Cell Biology, 17th Meeting Workshop invited speaker on “How to use cell partition in two polymer aqueous phases to gain multiparameter information on membrane surface properties”, San Diego, California
June 1981 - Tissue Culture Association Convener of Round Table Session “Identification and isolation of epithelial cells in vitro”, Washington, DC. International Association of Dental Research.
March 1982 - Workshop Leader, “Applications of Tissue Culture Techniques to Dental Research”, New Orleans, LA.
June 1982 - Tissue Culture Association, convener of Session in Depth, “Introduction to the Isolation and Identification of Epithelial Cells in vitro, San Diego
July 1983 - Gordon Conference on Periodontal Diseases, invited speaker, “Discussion of the Problem of Regeneration of the Periodontium”, Plymouth, N.H.
September 1983—Royal College of Dentists of Canada Symposium on Periodontal Diseases,invited speaker “Patterns of Growth and Behaviour of Cells of the Periodontium”, Vancouver, B.C
March 1984 - International Association of Dental Research Symposium on Cell Culture in Oral Health Research: Promise and Problems, invited speaker, “Regulation of Growth and Migratory Behaviour of Epithelial Cell in vitro” Dallas, Texas
June 1987 - Symposium on the Surface Characterization of Biomaterials, Colloid and Surface Sciences, American Chemical Society: invited speaker, “The Effect of Surface Topography on Cell Migration and Adhesion”, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
June 1987 - Quarter Centenary Celebration, Faculty of Dentistry, UBC, invited speaker, “Time-lapse cinemicrographic studies of directed epithelial migration on grooved titanium substrata”. Vancouver, BC.
September 1990 - 2nd International Congress on Tissue Integration in Oral, Orthopedic, and Maxillofacial Reconstruction: invited speaker, “Electron Microscopic Observations on the Effects of Surface Topography on the Behavior of Cells Attached to Percutaneous and Subcutaneous Implants”, Rochester, Minnesota
December 1990 - State of the Art Workshop on the Bone-Biomaterial Interface: invited speaker, “Behavior of Osteoblasts on Micromachined Surfaces”, Toronto, Ontario
September 1991 - Franco-Canadian Workshop on Biomaterials, Canadian invited participant, Lyons, France.
June 1992 - Canadian Association of Anatomists Symposium, invited speaker, “Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behavior”, Victoria B.C.
May 1994 - Engineering Foundation Conference on Nanofabrication and Biosystems; Frontiers and Challenges, Kona, Hawaii, invited speaker, “Effects of surface topography on cell behaviour in vitro and in vivo”.
October1995. Second International Conference on Breath Odour. invited speaker “Effects of methyl mercaptan, on human gingival fibroblast shape, cytoskeleton, prteing synthesis and the inbition of its effects by Zn++.” Leuven, Belgium
March 1996 - International Association of Dental Research Lunch and Learning Session, invited leader, “Relationship of in vivo and in vitro studies”, San Francisco, CA.
April 1997 - British Society for Experimental Biology, invited speaker, The Ethicon Lecture. “Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behaviour”. Canterbury, UK.
June 1997 Pacific Coast Society of Prosthodontics, invited speaker “ Alternative health care: abuses of scientific method and challenges to Dentisty and Medicine” Whistler, B.C.
August 1997 - Meeting: “Third International Conference on Breath Odour”. Co-organizer, Vancouver, BC.
April 1998 Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Massachusetts General Hopital. Microsystems Technology in Biology and Medicine. Invited speaker, “Effects of surface topography in vitro and in vivo.”Boston, MA
May 1998 American Academy of Prosthodontists, Invited speaker,“ Alternative health care practices; abuses of scientific method and how to evaluate claims” Colorado Springs

June 1998 Tufts Symposium on Dentifrices Invited Speaker “Effect of baking soda products on oral malodour” Boston MA


July1998. I.A.D.R. 15th International Conference on Oral Biology. Invited speaker. Session Chairman’s Remarks “Oral Biology and Dental Implants” Baveno Italy
October 1998. BIOSURF II (Swiss Federal Institutes of Techonolgy, Swiss Association of Materials Technology, European Consortium on Nanomaterials). Invited Speaker “Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behaviour” Lausanne, Switzerland.
August 1999. ITI Meeting . Invited speaker. "Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behaviour" Vitznau, CH.
September 1999. European Society for Dental Materials. Invited speaker. " Effects of Surface Topography on Cell Behaviour "Arnhem, Netherlands.
November 2000. International Conference on Bad Breath ( organized by Nippon Dental University and Quintessence Publishing) “ Critical Thinking: Understanding and evaluating research in breath odor; examples from studies of sodium bicarbonate containing products.” Tokyo, Japan
July 2001 International Association of Breath Odor. Invited speaker. “Summary and Commentary of the Fifth International Conference on Breath Odor” Tokyo, Japan.
November 2001 American Dental Association Conference on Diagnosis and Management of Oral Malodor. Invited speaker. Clinical Trial Design” Chicago, IL.
April 2002 Invited speaker Conference on Improving the bio-implant interface, “The control of cel behaviour by surface topofgraphy” University of Oslo, Norway



October 2002. Invited speaker. Biomaterials 2002 “"The Control of Cellular Responses to

Implant Materials by Surface Topography" University of Essen, Essen, Germany
10. SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY
(a) Memberships on Committees (including offices held and dates)

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