AAE’s Associate Executive Director for Advocacy and Professional Relations Catherine French joined the AAE in March of 2022. She joined the AAE with 11 years in Association work, most recently…Read More
Last week, AAE President Dr. Alan S. Law and AAE Deputy Executive Director Trina Andresen Coe met with American Dental Association President-Elect Dr. George R. Shepley, ADA President Dr. Cesar…Read More
Dear Colleagues, The Honors and Awards Committee is seeking nominations for AAE awards to be presented at AAE23 in Chicago. As you think back on your career, is there a…Read More
The AAE was recently honored with a coveted Silver Trumpet Award from the Publicity Club of Chicago for our COVID-19 Response! The Golden Trumpets Awards program is the most prestigious…Read More
Designed to encourage and acknowledge lifelong enhancement of knowledge and skills, the AAE awards honor significant contributions to the specialty and community. All members are encouraged to participate in the AAE awards and recognition program at some point in their career.Read More
A big congratulations to AAE Accounting Manager Jane Boateng for being selected as an Association Forum Forty Under 40 Award recipient! Many high-caliber applications were submitted to receive this honor, but only the top 40 best-of-the-best were selected.Read More
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Endo Wellness Challenge, which took place from Sept. 24-27! Two hundred thirteen of you participated in the Challenge, which was sponsored by…Read More
The AAE is pleased to announce we have won a Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) – Chicago Chapter Skyline Award of Excellence for our Worth Saving campaign! PRSA Chicago’s annual Skyline…Read More
The American Association of Endodontists and the Foundation for Endodontics value equality and inclusion, and we know that diversity keeps our specialty strong. We do not tolerate injustice or discrimination of any kind, and we applaud those who exercise their invaluable right to protest peacefully.
As purveyors of dental health, which in turn impacts overall health, we recognize we must play an active role in eradicating racism, which has a detrimental impact on health and exacerbates health inequities.
Part of the fun of Halloween is being afraid – very afraid – but, it turns out at least one of the public’s top fears is unfounded. As part of the AAE’s Worth Saving campaign, we recently conducted a survey in light of Halloween on some of the most common fears. Results showed more people (59%) are afraid of getting a root canal than speaking in public (57%), spiders (55%) or being trapped in an elevator (54%).Read More