A new era in dentistry is underway with changes that include deep data mining that could show the most effective treatments and wireless technology to support student learning.
- April 11, 2018
Columbia University believes dentistry will change more in the next decade than it did in the last 50 years. Through a new initiative, we aim to lead that change.
SourceCenter for Precision Dental Medicine microsite
- January 24, 2018
Psychological issues can keep some patients from getting the oral care they need. Columbia's dental and social work schools partner to address them.
- February 6, 2017
Fourth-year student Jonathan Lomboy interviews Dean Stohler about his first three years as dean.
- February 2, 2017
Learn how CDM has evolved from its early days with just two students in 1916 to its current role as a world-renowned institution on the cutting edge of research, treatment, and education.
- January 31, 2017
In dentistry, John Yoo '18 found a career in which all of his interests and talents intersect.
- January 24, 2017
Today's Columbia dental students have found in the College of Dental Medicine a school that embraces scientific and technological advances.
- January 19, 2017
The College of Dental Medicine has created the Center for Bioinformatics and Data Analytics in Oral Health to harness the power of data to inform patient-centered dental care.
- January 12, 2017
In his annual state of the school address, Dean Stohler reflected on the College of Dental Medicine’s rich history as well as the school’s future.
- January 11, 2017
The new agreement paves the way for cross-regional collaboration with the University of Puerto Rico Dental School, the only CODA-accredited, Spanish-speaking dental school.
- December 14, 2016
Children who get dental care through Medicaid receive the same amount of care as privately-insured peers, but their oral health lags behind.
- December 12, 2016
Columbia’s George Jenkins, DMD, assistant professor of dental medicine, was honored in a Newark mural, along with Drs. Rameck Hunt and Sampson Davis.
- December 12, 2016
The recently renamed Summer Health Professions Education Program, one of CUMC's pipeline programs, expands.
In The Media
Medical Research interviews Jaffer Shariff, DDS, MPH, lead author of a recent study linking recreational cannabis use to an increased risk of gum disease.
New research from the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine suggests that frequent use of marijuana may increase your risk of gum disease.
A recent study from Columbia University College of Dental Medicine suggests that recreational pot use increases the risk of gum disease and tooth loss.
Smoking weed on a regular basis drives up your risk of sever gum disease, new research Columbia University College of Dental Medicine suggests.
SourceNew Zealand Herald
New research from the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine has found a link between frequent recreational cannabis use and gum disease.