Dr. Sally J. Marshall, PhD, UCSF Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Professor of Preventive and Restorative Dental Sciences with the UCSF School of Dentistry’s Division of Biomaterials and Bioengineering, received the Founder’s Award of the Academy of Dental Materials “in honor of her excellence in dental materials research and service to the academy” at the ADM's annual meeting October 8, 2010 in Trieste, Italy.
From the ADM website: The Academy of Dental Materials is an international body composed of individuals interested in the science of dental materials, and exists solely for the purpose of advancing the science and technology of dental biomaterials.
Its objectives are: to provide a forum for the advancement of the science of dental biomaterials in both basic and applied aspects of the physical and chemical properties, the biological interactions, the clinical applications, and the techniques associated with the utilization of materials in the field of dentistry; to encourage research in the development of materials applicable to the art and science of dentistry through exchange of ideas; to enhance communication between industrial researchers, institutional scientific investigators, and the professional dentist with an interest in research; and to promote the health of the general public through advancement of the art and science of dentistry.
Dr. Marshall is also a Fellow of the ADM.
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