UCSF Dentistry's John C. Greene Society student research group newsletter has the won 2013 American Association for Dental Research (AADR) National Student Research Group contest for the best student research group newsletter, announced Joy Chang, Editor-in-Chief, Chelsea Wong, Editor, and Molly Hague, JGS President, adding "Thank you for your support of the John C. Greene Society - we would not have been able to do it without you!"
From the John C. Greene Society website: "The John C. Greene Society (JGS) is the primary student-run dental research organization at the UCSF School of Dentistry. Throughout the year, JGS strives to present student research opportunities covering a wide spectrum of interests and spanning multiple levels of commitment, thus appealing to as broad a range of dental students as possible. Furthermore, we strive to establish positive attitudes toward the importance of dental research among the student body. We take on the responsibility of being adaptive to the needs and desires of changing student populations, while serving as a reminder to the tremendous impact quality science will have on the practice of dentistry in all parts of the world."
The John C. Greene Society Newsletter - Fall 2012
- The John C. Greene Society 
- The John C. Greene Society Newsletter - Fall 2012  (PDF)
- American Association for Dental Research