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Foundation for Endodontics News
Learn more about the Foundation's work to secure the future of the specialty. Read the news below from the AAE Communiqué.
A date has been set for a day of giving in Boston. Called “Teeth Worth Saving Day” (or “Teethgiving”, unofficially), endodontics departments from all three Boston dental schools — Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine — have joined forces and each will be performing endodontic treatment to pre-screened patients in need at their campuses on November 18.
The AAE Foundation is pleased to name Lorel E. Burns, D.D.S., M.S., the 2019 Endodontic Educator Fellow! Dr. Burns is an instructor in the Department of Endodontics at the NYU College of Dentistry.
2018 – 2019: A Year in Review By Nora Carpenter The Foundation’s 2018 – 2019 campaign was a banner success! Thanks to support and rally spirit of many first and long-time donors, your Foundation raised just over $1 million to support endodontic research, education, public awareness and access to care. Below are some brief highlights…
The Foundation for Endodontics would like to welcome its newest staff member Ruby Schucker to the position of major gifts manager, reporting directly to Assistant Executive Director for the Foundation for Endodontics, Aly Hall. Ruby is coming to us with more than seven years of experience in development leadership roles at nonprofit organizations, including Columbia…
The Foundation has gone through a variety of changes, expansion and growth, but year-over-year, one thing remains the same, the need for contributions of time, talent and treasure to achieve its mission. The meaningful impact of the Foundation’s work is made possible through these contributions.
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