Texas A&M School of Dentistry

Retiring, not slowing down

When it was time to retire in May after 37 years on the faculty, Dr. Kay Mash chose to look forward and “fade away into the sunset.” “I turned 65 and it just naturally seemed like the perfect time to ... Read More

Celebrating research

Dr. Hongjiao Ouyang, associate professor in endodontics, seized the moment recently to represent Texas A&M College of Dentistry among the national craniofacial research community. The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR)’s craniofacial research symposium in May in Bethesda, ... Read More

On the radio

Dr. Amal Noureldin, clinical associate professor in Public Health Sciences, touted the benefits of fluoride during her guest spot on KVGI Radio’s “Common Ground” talk radio show in Frisco. Read More

National recognition

A trip to the American Dental Hygienists’ Association’s annual conference in June proved lucrative for three recent Texas A&M College of Dentistry graduates, marking two consecutive years of national recognition for the college in ADHA research poster session presentations. Master’s ... Read More

Archaeological awe

Associate professor Qian Wang's work at an archaeological site in China has led to the discovery of more than two dozen elongated skulls dating back between 5,000 and 12,000 years. Read More

Digging his discovery

Dr. Qian Wang, an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, is not only the college’s Teacher of the Year, but his work at an archaeological site in China has led to the discovery of more than two dozen ... Read More

A dose of empathy

In times of tragedy, Texas A&M College of Dentistry’s “family” doesn’t hesitate to pull together. When D3s Lianna Pulliam and Washington Akharamen heard that a D4 student and her spouse lost everything in the aftermath of a crane collapse caused by ... Read More