Office of Research Services


‚ÄčThe CU School of Dental Medicine Office of Research Services offers faculty research support services that include preparation and submission of grant and contract applications, budget preparation, post award financial oversight, advising researchers of funding program changes, regulatory guidelines, requirements, policies and more. 

NIH Updates

  • The National Institutes of Health has updated the salary cap for 2024 to $221,900. Please see the NIH Notice for more details about this year's cap.
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January 2024

Dr. Jeffrey Stansbury and a multi-disciplinary team received one of the nine Anschutz Acceleration Initiative (AAI) grants. Multimaterial 3D print processing of antimicrobial and antifungal dental prosthetics. Year 1 funding totals $1,072,225.

Team members include:

  • Sangeetha Chandrasekaran, BDS, MS, MS, Professor and Chair, Division of Periodontics, Diagnostic Sciences and Surgical Dentistry;  
  • Bruce Dye, DDS, MPH, Professor and Chair, Department of Community Dentistry and Population Health 
  • David Gozalo, DDS, MS, Associate Professor, Restorative Dentistry;  
  • Nicholas Jacobson, MDes, School of Engineering Design & Computation, Inworks;  
  • Devatha Nair, PhD, Associate Professor, Craniofacial Biology;  
  • Chaitanya Puranik, BDS, MS, M.Dent.Sci., Ph.D Diplomate, Associate Professor, Children’s Hospital Colorado and School of Dental Medicine; and  
  • Michael Schurr, PhD, Associate Professor, Immunology and Microbiology. 

    https://news.cuanschutz.edu/dental/denture-and-dental-materials-breakthrough-backed-by-aai-grant

 

September 2023

Dr. Stanley Kanai (Dr. David Clouthier Laboratory)
NIDCR K99 Research Award #K99DE032428,  $266,268
Investigating the Role of Heterotrimeric G Proteins in Craniofacial Development and Auriculocondylar Syndrome

Pattern formation of the pharyngeal arch establishes the identity of cells that give rise to the bone, cartilage, and connective tissue of the face. Disruptions to this process can lead to a variety of craniofacial birth defects. The overarching goal of this project is to elucidate cell signaling pathways that establish cellular identity so that we can better understand mechanisms of development and disease.

Dr. Maria Campana (Dr. Katherine Fantauzzo’s Laboratory)
NIDCR F32 Research Fellowship #F32DE032554, $228,240
Characterization of PDGFR alpha/beta heterodimers

Platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF) signaling has been shown to regulate numerous processes throughout the body, both during development and adult life, and aberrant PDGF signaling has been causally associated with defects in craniofacial development, cancer, vascular disorders and fibrotic diseases. Defects in craniofacial development comprise one of the most prevalent birth defects in humans, with an estimated incidence in the United States of 1/940 live births for cleft lip and 1/1,574 live births for cleft palate. The studies proposed here will provide valuable insight into the mechanisms underlying craniofacial development by characterizing dimerization, activation, trafficking and signal molecule binding dynamics for PDGFR a/β heterodimers, which may contribute to the development of new therapeutic directions for the treatment of human craniofacial birth defects.

Dr. Devatha Nair
NIDCR Award #R21DE032135, $429,000
Light-propelled dental adhesives with enhanced bonding capability

The study explores mechanisms by which dental adhesives can be given ‘deep roots’ within dentin, thereby strengthening the overall composite restoration. The adhesive layer within composite restorations (the so-called tooth-colored restorations) is often called the ‘weakest link’ as they are the first layer to fail, causing patient discomfort and the need for additional dental work. The smart nanogels developed in the Nair Lab can be dispersed within commercial dental adhesive formulations such that they swell up and ‘walk away’ from the surface, thereby driving the adhesive deeper within the dentinal tubules.  Such well-anchored adhesives have the potential to strengthen composites, leading to improved function and longevity of such restorations. This work is a collaboration with the Stansbury lab group.

Dr. Jeffrey Stansbury
NIDCR Award #R21DE032797, $441,500
Uniquely high conversion and mechanically robust composite restorative materials for functionally elevated performance

Resins that form the matrix phase of dental composite restorations are typically based on monomers such as BisGMA and UDMA that engage in hydrogen bonding, which serves to reinforce polymer networks. The focus of this project involves a redesign of the number and placement of urethane groups within one of the monomers in combination with complementary diluent comonomers that provide a strong noncovalent engagement with the urethane groups. The result is composite photopolymers that display extremely high strength, hardness and toughness. Additional work will explore the structure-property relationships that include assessment of reactivity, optical properties, wear resistance, fracture toughness and others to allow us to advance excellent candidate materials as potential new dental restorative materials.

Dr. James Nichols
NIDCR Award #R01DE030448, $2,134,434
Mechanisms patterning the midface

The human facial skeleton originates from groups of cells in specific positions with unique identities, each instructing the formation of a different skeletal structure. We hypothesize that in human genetic diseases, like frontonasal dysplasia, the ability to establish these identities is disrupted. In this proposal we use zebrafish disease models to investigate a hypothetical identity ‘code’ instructing positional cellular identity, thus informing the etiology of these devastating birth defects.

Dr. Lynn Heasley
The ROS1 -ders, Inc. $75,000
Novel murine ROS1+ cancer models for next-generation therapeutics

ROS1 gene rearrangements encoding oncogenic fusion proteins occur in 1-2% of lung adenocarcinomas as well as subsets of glioblastomas, cholangiocarcinomas, Spitzoid neoplasms and inflammatory myofibroblastic tumors. Precision oncology with ROS1-targeting tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) including crizotinib and entrectinib has greatly improved outcome in ROS1+ lung cancer patients, but as single agents, they rarely provide cures. This project will develop genetically-engineered mouse models (GEMMs) of ROS1+ lung cancer and implantable murine lung cancer cell lines to pursue studies that may overcome multiple hurdles to achieving long-term therapeutic management or cures in these molecularly-defined cancers.

Dr. Tamanna Tiwari
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, $57, 907
Evaluation of School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) in Colorado

The study will evaluate SBHCs and intends to identify the methods used by each SBHC in order to implement an oral health program. The study will also determine the best practices for implementing of oral health programs at Colorado’s SBHCs.

Dr. Bruce Dye
CareQuest Institute for Oral Health, $125,000
Facilitating Accessibility and Equity in Oral Health for those with Disabilities in the Rocky Mountain Region

The overall aim of this project proposal is to facilitate accessibility and equity in oral healthcare for those living with disabilities in Colorado and the broader Rocky Mountain region. We aim to (1) meaningfully engage with the disability community; (2) strengthen capacity and infrastructure by developing a safety net dental clinic in the Rocky Mountain region for those with disabilities and special healthcare needs (SHCNs); (3) work towards advancing state policy to reduce barriers to care; and (4) train the next generation of dental providers to recognize and prevent discrimination in providing dental care to many with disabilities.

 

March 2023

Drs. Trevor Williams and Hong Li were awarded a five-year grant of nearly $2.2 million from NIDCR entitled “In utero rescue of cleft lip and palate in a humanized mouse model”. Williams and Li have formed a collaboration with Dr. Jennifer Matsuda at National Jewish Hospital to explore the potential for treating pre-natal treatment to prevent common facial birth defects such as orofacial clefting.

Dr. Katherine Fantauzzo’s NIDCR funded project for over $2.35 million entitled “Srsf3-mediated alternative RNA splicing in craniofacial development” was recently awarded. The major goals of this project are to provide significant insight to mechanisms underlying gene expression regulation during mammalian craniofacial development and new therapeutic directions for the treatment of human craniofacial birth defects.

 

January 2023

Effective January 1, 2023, the salary limitation for Executive Level II is $212,100.

New FORMS-H Package for are now required for grant applications beginning January 25, 2023. 

A key change in FORMS-H is the implementation of the 2023 NIH Data Management Sharing Policy. The new policy requires all grant submissions to outline how scientific data and any accompanying metadata will be managed and shared, taking into account any potential restrictions and limitations. Additionally, costs associated with the implementation of the revised Data Management Sharing Plans can now itemized in grant budgets. More details can be found at: https://sharing.nih.gov/data-management-and-sharing-policy/planning-and-budgeting-for-data-management-and-sharing

 

December 2022

Dr. Tamanna Tiwari received a one-year award from the State of Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) for $37,800. She will be collaborating with CDPHE’s Oral Health Unit in the evaluation of School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) in Colorado. The study seeks to identify best practices of SBHCs through the evaluation of common operations, successes and challenges SBHCs encounter during the implementation of oral health programs. The overall evaluation will help to better understand the needs for resources and assistance of Colorado’s oral health programs.

 

October 2022

Data Management and Sharing Policy (DMS): Effective January 25, 2023, NIH submissions will require a DMS.

  • Grant submissions will need to outline how scientific data and any accompanying metadata will be managed and shared, taking into account any potential restrictions and limitations.
  • Compliance with awardee’s plan as approved by the NIH ICO.

DMS applies to all research funded or conducted in whole or in part by NIH that results in the generation of “scientific data.” Scientific data are defined as: “recorded factual material commonly accepted in the scientific community as of sufficient quality to validate and replicate research findings, regardless whether the data are used to support scholarly applications.”

 

October 2022

Dr. Tamanna Tiwari received a $115,000 supplement award for her current National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research R03 grant entitled “Assessing completeness and accuracy of the EHRs harbored at BigMouth Dental Data Repository.” The additional funding will focus on exploring new methods and strategies to improve the usability of Electronic Health Record (EHR) data for the purpose of oral health  research, dental education and patient care.

 

October 2022

Dr. Katherine Chin will be collaborating with Dr. Vanessa Fabrizio in the School of Medicine, Pediatrics. The new award is funded by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center entitled “Reduction of bloodstream  infections from oral organisms in pediatric stem cell transplant: a randomized multicenter double-blind placebo-controlled study evaluating twice daily oral xylitol.” The study is being conducted at three institutions to evaluate the effectiveness of intraoral xylitol-wipe applications in reducing bloodstream infections among pediatric stem cell transplant patients.

 

May 2022

Ms. Abigail Mumme-Monheit was awarded a Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships (NSF GRF). The NSF GRF four-year award of $184,000 provides a yearly stipend, tuition, benefits and fees. The purpose of the program is to broaden the participation in science and engineering of underrepresented groups, including women, minorities, persons with disabilities and veterans.

 

Waugh KA, Minter R, Baxter J, Chi C, Galbraith MD, Tuttle KD, Eduthan NP, Kinning KT, Andrysik Z, Araya P, Dougherty H, Dunn LN, Ludwig M, Schade KA, Tracy D, Smith KP, Granrath RE, Busquet N, Khanal S, Anderson RD, Cox LL, Estrada BE, Rachubinski AL, Lyford HR, Britton EC, Fantauzzo KA, Orlicky DJ, Matsuda JL, Song K, Cox TC, Sullivan KD, Espinosa JM. Triplication of the interferon receptor locus contributes to hallmarks of Down syndrome in a mouse model. Nat Genet 2023; 55:1034-1047. PMID 37277650, PMCID PMC10260402.

 

Micke KC, Elfman HM, Fantauzzo KA, McGrath PS, Clouthier DE, McCandless SE, Larson A, Putra M, Cuneo BF, Reynolds RM, Zaretsky MV. Piloting a multidisciplinary approach to improve outcomes of fetal whole exome sequencing: An overview of workflow and case example. Prenat Diagn 2023; 43:544-552. PMID 36759743.

 

Kiel M., S. Wuebker, M.T. Remy, K.A. Riemondy, F. Smith, C.M. Carey, T. Williams, E. Van Otterloo.  MEMO1 Is Required for Ameloblast Maturation and Functional Enamel Formation. Journal of Dental Research 11, 1261-1271 (2023).  PMID 37475472

Affandi T, Haas A, Ohm AM, Wright GM, Black JC, Reyland ME. PKCð regulates chromatin remodeling and DNA repair through SIRT6. Mol Cancer Res. 2023 Oct 27. DOI: 10.1158/1541-7786.MCR-23-0493. Online ahead of print. PMID: 37889141.

 

Ohm AM, Affandi T, Reisz JA, Caino MC, D'Alessandro A, Reyland ME. Metabolic reprogramming contributes to radioprotection by protein kinase Cδ. J Biol Chem. 2023 Oct;299(10):105186. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbc.2023.105186. Epub 2023 Aug 21. PMID: 37611829.

 

Zhang H, Gerasimovskaya E, McCarthy MK, May NA, Prasad RR, Riddle S, McKeon BA, Kumar S, Li M, Hu CJ, Frid MG, Morrison TE, Stenmark KR. Local Complement Contributes to Pathogenic Activation of Lung Endothelial Cells in SARS-CoV-2 Infection. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2023 08; 69(2):210-219. PMID: 37071849.

 

Plecitá-Hlavatá L, Brázdová A, Krivonosková M, Hu CJ, Phang T, Tauber J, Li M, Zhang H, Hoetzenecker K, Crnkovic S, Kwapiszewska G, Stenmark KR. Microenvironmental regulation of T-cells in pulmonary hypertension. Front Immunol. 2023; 14:1223122. PMID: 37497214.

 

Hu CJ, Laux A, Gandjeva A, Wang L, Li M, Brown RD, Riddle S, Kheyfets VO, Tuder RM, Zhang H, Stenmark KR. The Effect of Hypoxia-inducible Factor Inhibition on the Phenotype of Fibroblasts in Human and Bovine Pulmonary Hypertension. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2023 Jul; 69(1):73-86. PMID: 36944195.

 

Li M, Plecitá-Hlavatá L, Dobrinskikh E, McKeon BA, Gandjeva A, Riddle S, Laux A, Prasad RR, Kumar S, Tuder RM, Zhang H, Hu CJ, Stenmark KR. SIRT3 Is a Critical Regulator of Mitochondrial Function of Fibroblasts in Pulmonary Hypertension. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2023 Jun 21. PMID: 37343939.

 

Brown RD, Hunter KS, Li M, Frid MG, Harral J, Krafsur GM, Holt TN, Williams J, Zhang H, Riddle SR, Edwards MG, Kumar S, Hu CJ, Graham BB, Walker LA, Garry FB, Buttrick PM, Lahm T, Kheyfets VO, Hansen KC, Stenmark KR. Functional and molecular determinants of right ventricular response to severe pulmonary hypertension in a large animal model. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2023 06 01; 324(6):H804-H820. PMID: 36961489.

 

Kleczko EK, Le AT, Hinz TK, Nguyen TT, Navarro A, Hu CJ, Selman AM, Clambey ET, Merrick DT, Lu S, Weiser-Evans M, Nemenoff RA, Heasley LE. Novel EGFR-mutant mouse models of lung adenocarcinoma reveal adaptive immunity requirement for durable osimertinib response. Cancer Lett. 2023 03 01; 556:216062. PMID: 36657561.

 

Tiwari T, Randall CM, Rai N, Carey CM, Shaffer JR, Finlayson TL, Kaste LM, Laniado N, Singer R. Acculturation and dental care-related anxiety: An exploratory assessment from the Hispanic community health study/study of Latinos. J Immigrant Minority Health 2023;25(3):616-623. PMID: 36303084.

 

Carey CM. Remineralization of early enamel lesions with apatite-forming salt. Dent J 2023;11(8):182. PMID: 37623278.

 

Sadowsky SJ, Stansbury JW. A Completely Digital Workflow of an Interim Complete Arch Fixed Implant Prosthesis Using a Novel High-Performance 3D Printed Polymer. Oral 2023, 3, 477–486. https://DOI.org/10.3390/oral3040038.

 

Tiwari T, Maliq NN, Rai N, et al. Evaluating Trust in the Patient–Dentist Relationship: A Mixed-Method StudyJDR Clinical & Translational Research. 2023;8(3):287-298. DOI:10.1177/23800844221087592PMID: 35430916. PMID: 35430916.

 

Fleming E, Bastos JL, Jamieson L, Celeste RK, Raskin SE, Gomaa N, McGrath C, Tiwari T. Conceptualizing inequities and oppression in oral health research. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology. 2023 Feb 5. PMID: 36749670.

 

Fakhrjahani I, Tiwari T, Jessani A. A scoping review of oral health outcomes and oral health service utilization of 2SLGBTQ+ people. JDR Clinical & Translational Research. 2023 (in print)

 

Tiwari T, Rai N, Albino J. Randomized Controlled Trials Related to Behavioral Interventions in Dentistry, in Kohli R, Sehgal HS (eds.) Randomized Controlled Trials in Evidence-Based Dentistry. Switzerland, Springer.2023.  (In press).

 

Lally C, Nasiha N, Wilson A, Tiwari T. Association of Parental Social Support and Dental Caries in Hispanic Children. Front. Oral. Health. Sec. Oral Health Promotion. Volume 4 - 2023 | DOI: 10.3389/froh.2023.1261111.

 

Sisler DJ, Hinz TK, Le AT, Kleczko EK, Nemenoff RA, Heasley LEEvaluation of KRAS(G12C) inhibitor responses in novel murine KRAS(G12C) lung cancer cell line models. Front Oncol. 2023;13:1094123. DOI: 10.3389/fonc.2023.1094123. eCollection 2023.  PMID: 36845684; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9945252.

 

Kleczko EK, Hinz TK, Nguyen TT, Gurule NJ, Navarro A, Le AT, Johnson AM, Kwak J, Polhac DI, Clambey ET, Weiser-Evans M, Merrick DT, Yang MC, Patil T, Schenk EL, Heasley LE, Nemenoff RA. Durable responses to alectinib in murine models of EML4-ALK lung cancer requires adaptive immunity. NPJ Precis Oncol. 2023 Feb 4;7(1):15. DOI: 10.1038/s41698-023-00355-2.  PMID: 36739466; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9899278.

 

Kleczko EK, Poczobutt JM, Navarro AC, Laskowski J, Johnson AM, Korpela SP, Gurule NJ, Heasley LE, Hopp K, Weiser-Evans MCM, Gottlin EB, Bushey RT, Campa MJ, Patz EF Jr, Thurman JM, Nemenoff RA. Upregulation of complement proteins in lung cancer cells mediates tumor progression. Front Oncol. 2023 Jan 5;12:1045690. DOI: 10.3389/fonc.2022.1045690. eCollection 2022. PMID: 36686777. 

 

Schubert L, Le AT, Hinz TK, Navarro AC, Nelson-Taylor SK, Nemenoff RA, Heasley LE, Doebele RC. A functional sgRNA-CRISPR screening method for generating murine RET and NTRK1 rearranged oncogenes. Biol Open. 2023 Aug 15;12(8):bio059994. DOI: 10.1242/bio.059994. Epub 2023 Aug 15. PMID: 37470475.

 

Janakiram C, Okunev I, Tranby EP, Fontelo P, Iafolla TJ, Dye BA. Opioids for acute and chronic pain when receiving psychiatric medications. PLoS One. 2023 Sep 26;18(9):e0286179. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0286179. PMID: 37751410; PMCID: PMC10522028.

 

Dye BA. The Absence of Dental Care in Medicare and Health Inequities. JAMA Netw Open. 2023 Sep 5;6(9):e2333310. DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2023.33310. PMID: 37698868.

 

Buss KD, Schindler DK, Matis SA, Lopez Mitnik GV, Boroumand S, Dye BA. Patient Satisfaction in Military Dental Clinics-Findings From the Department of Defense Dental Patient Satisfaction Survey. Mil Med. 2023 Aug 25:usad329. DOI: 10.1093/milmed/usad329. Epub ahead of print. Erratum in: Mil Med. 2023 Sep 19;: PMID: 37625079.

 

Baroni de Carvalho R, Shick E, Dye BA. The One Health initiative and its importance to oral health. J Am Dent Assoc. 2023 Mar;154(3):187-190. DOI: 10.1016/j.adaj.2022.11.006. Epub 2022 Dec 19. PMID: 36543655.

 

Wilson, A., Puranik, C. P., Chin, K., Book Chapter-Oral Medicine and Dentistry, Present Diagnosis and Treatment: Pediatric, Editors: Hay, W. W., Levin, M. J., Abzug, M.J., Bunik, M., 26th edition.

 

Gandhi R, Jackson J, Puranik CP. A comparative evaluation of video modeling and social stories for improving oral hygiene in children with autism spectrum disorder: A pilot study. Spec Care Dentist. 2023. PMID: 37646912.

 

Puranik, C.P.*, Chandki, R., Mladenovic, R., Flaitz, C. Bifid Mandibular Canals: A Pediatric Case Series with Clinical Implications. Int J Clin Pediatr Dent. 2023 May-Jun;16(3):547-549. PMID: 37496937.

 

Puranik, C.P.*, Pickett, K, de Peralta, T., Evaluation of problem-based learning in dental trauma education: An observational cohort study. Dent Traumatol. 2023. PMID: 37482907.

 

Mohan, R., Puranik, C.P., Pickett, K, Moore, T., Katechia, B., Schulman, G., Tadinada, A., Prescription of panoramic radiographs in children using age-based prevalence of dental anomalies and pathologies. Int J Paediatr Dent. 2023. PMID: 37330621.

 

Puranik, C.P.*, Ortiz, G., Moreno, A., de Peralta, T., Innovative Three-dimensional Models for Space Management Training in Pediatric Dentistry, Journal of Dental Education. 2023. PMID: 37323023.

 

Asby, S., Binne, E., Kehe, G., Kadur P., Dharmala, D., Schurr, M. Puranik, C.P., Nair, D., Investigation of the antibacterial and regenerative properties of a novel AHA dental coating for the treatment of deep caries, Journal of Clinical and Translational Science, 2023, 7(S1), 90-91.

 

Puranik, C.P.*, Slavik A, Pickett K, Dani, A., Generalovich, Z., Neveaux, L., de Peralta, T., Development of Integrated Electronic Medical and Dental Record Competency and Impact of Training Modalities, Journal of Dental Education, 2023. DOI: 10.1002/jdd.13175. PMID: 36718532.

 

K. Parsegian, B-Y. Wang, K. Hashmani, and N. Angelov. The “Oral Hygiene Challenge” session as an approach to improve the quality of oral hygiene instructions. Accepted by the Journal of Dental Education on Oct 12, 2023. DOI: 10.1002/jdd.13398. PMID: 37853652.

 

K. Parsegian. The inhibition of mineralisation by fibroblast growth factor 2 is associated with the altered expression of genes regulating phosphate balance. Aust Endod J. 2023 Aug;49(2):324-331. DOI: 10.1111/aej.12656. PMID: 35801357.

 

K. Parsegian. The BMP and FGF pathways reciprocally regulate odontoblast differentiation. Connect Tissue Res. 2023 Jan 64(1):53-63 Jul 11;1-11; DOI: 10.1080/03008207.2022.2094789. PMID: 35816114.

 

Michell-Robinson MA, Watt KEN, Grouza V, Macintosh J, Pinard M, Tuznik M, Chen X, Darbelli L, Wu CL, Perrier S, Girbig M, Chitsaz D, Ucelli N, Kaestner K, Cox TC, Mueller C, Kennedy T, Coulombe B, Rudko D, Trainor PA, Bernard G. 2023. Hypomyelination, hypodontia, and craniofacial abnormalities in a Polr3b mouse model of leukodystrophy. Brain. Aug 28:awad249. DOI: 10.1093/brain/awad249.

 

Smallwood K, Watt KEN, Ide S, Baltrunaite K, Inskeep K, Adam M, Begtrup A, Bertola DR, Cho M, Demmer L, Demo E, Devinsky O, Gallagher E, Guillen Sacoto MJ, Keller-Ramey J, Keren B, Ladda R, Mardy A, McLaughlin H, McWalters K, Person R, Schnur R, Skorvanek M, Slavotinek A, Sullivan BR, Stark Z, Symonds J, Wenger T, Whalen S, Willaert R, Zech M, Zeidler S, Stottmann RW, Trainor PA, Weaver KN. 2023. POLR1Avariants underlie phenotypic heterogeneity in craniofacial, neural, and cardiac anomalies. American Journal of Human Genetics 110(5):809-825. PMCID: PMC10183370.

 

Puranik CP, Greany T, de Peralta T. Colorado innovation in simulation model in pediatric dentistry preclinical course. J Dent Educ. 2022 Dec;86 Suppl 3:1760-1762. doi: 10.1002/jdd.12886. Epub 2022 Jan 28.PMID: 35060619

Labrie D, Price RB, Sullivan B, Salazar AM, Gautam D, Stansbury JW, Ferracane JL. Effect of thickness on the degree of conversion of two bulk-fill and one conventional posterior resin-based composites at high irradiance and high temporal resolution. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 2022 Oct;136:105489. doi: 10.1016/j.jmbbm.2022.105489. PMID: 36206689.

 

Weatherspoon DJ, Dye BAFirmly establishing oral health care professionals' roles as vaccinators within the health care system. J Am Dent Assoc2022 Oct;153(10):925-928doi: 10.1016/j.adaj.2022.07.001. Epub 2022 Aug 18. PubMed PMID: 35985882; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9385764.

 

De Souza GM, Tiwari T, Fox CH, Miguez PA, Letra A, Geisinger ML, Patel M, Shaddox L, Ioannidou E. Perception of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on dental researchers. J Dent Educ. 2022 Sep 21; doi: 10.1002/jdd.13104. PubMed PMID: 36131372; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9538829.

 

McLeod CD, Kornegay EC, Tiwari T, Mason MR, Mathews RB, Apostolon DN, Heaton LJ, Wright JT, Quinonez RB. Pre-doctoral dental faculty perceptions toward value-based care: An exploratory study. J Dent Educ2022 Sep 21;doi: 10.1002/jdd.13110. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 36131371.

 

Raisa Bailon-Zambrano, Juliana Sucharov, Abigail Mumme-Monheit, Matthew Murry, Amanda Stenzel, Anthony T Pulvino, Jennyfer M Mitchell, Kathryn L Colborn, James T NicholsVariable paralog expression underlies phenotype variation. eLife 2022 Sep;11:e79247. doi: 10.7554/eLife.79247.

 

Rogers MA, Campaña MB, Long R, Fantauzzo KA. PDGFR dimer-specific activation, trafficking and downstream signaling dynamics. J Cell Sci. 2022 Sep 1;135(17). doi: 10.1242/jcs.259686. Epub 2022 Sep 7. PubMed PMID: 35946433; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9482349.

 
Patodia C, Sutton A, Gozalo D, Font K. Cost and complications associated with implant-supported overdentures with a resilient-attachment system: A retrospective study.
 J Prosthet Dent. 2022 Aug;128(2):181-186. doi: 10.1016/j.prosdent.2020.11.040. Epub 2021 Feb 6.PMID: 33563468.

 

Desvignes T, Robbins AE, Carey AZ, Bailon-Zambrano R, Nichols JT, Postlethwait JH, Stankunas KCoordinated patterning of zebrafish caudal fin symmetry by a central and two peripheral organizers. Dev Dyn. 2022 Aug;251(8):1306-1321. doi: 10.1002/dvdy.475. Epub 2022 Apr 22. PubMed PMID: 35403297; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9357109.

 
Black JD, Affandi T, Black AR, Reyland ME. PKCα and PKCδ: Friends and Rivals.

J Biol Chem. 2022 Aug;298(8):102194. doi: 10.1016/j.jbc.2022.102194. Epub 2022 Jun 24. PMID: 35760100. 

 

Tiwari T, Tranby E, Thakkar-Samtani M, Frantsve-Hawley J. Determinants of Tooth Loss in a Medicaid Adult Population. JDR Clin Trans Res2022 Jul;7(3):289-297doi: 10.1177/23800844211022277. Epub 2021 Jul 16. PubMed PMID: 34269110.

 

Dye BA, D'Souza RN, Albino J. Facing the future and deciding what we want oral health to become. J Am Dent Assoc2022 Jul;153(7):593-595doi: 10.1016/j.adaj.2022.03.011. Epub 2022 May 25. PubMed PMID: 35643535; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9130679.

 

Tiwari T, Maliq NN, Rai N, Holtzmann J, Yates L, Diep V, Tranby EP, Frantsve-Hawley J. Evaluating Trust in the Patient-Dentist Relationship: A Mixed-Method Study. JDR Clin Trans Res2022 Apr 16;:23800844221087592doi: 10.1177/23800844221087592. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35430916.

 

Stanley M. Kanai, Caleb Heffner, Timothy C. Cox, Michael L. Cunningham, Francisco A. Perez, Aaron M. Bauer, Philip Reigan, Cristan Carter, Stephen A. Murray, David E. Clouthier. Auriculocondylar syndrome 2 results from the dominant-negative action of PLCB4 variants. Dis Model Mech. 2022 Apr 1; 15(4): dmm049320. Published online 2022 Apr 29. doi: 10.1242/dmm.049320. PMCID: PMC9066496.

 

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