Dr. George Stookey, professor emeritus, has been awarded the IU Bicentennial Medal. Dr. Stookey received all of his education at Indiana University, including a bachelor's degree in chemistry in 1957, MSD in preventive dentistry in 1962, and PhD in dental sciences in 1971. He began his career in an IUSD lab in the 1950s, earning one dollar an hour testing the fluoride formulation that became the active ingredient in Crest® toothpaste.
News from the IU School of Dentistry
Thanks to a $15,000 grant from The Delta Dental Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund, IUSD did not have to turn away any emergency patients due to their lack of insurance during the COIVD-19 pandemic.
As the dental school begins to reopen classrooms, clinics, and labs, our most important priority is protecting the health and safety of the dental school community, while ensuring the academic success of our students.
IU School of Dentistry Dean Carol Anne Murdoch-Kinch announced today the appointment of David Zahl as assistant dean for curriculum development and assessment in the Office of Academic Programs.
Every year the Indiana University School of Dentistry Alumni Association recognizes a select group of dental professionals for their contributions to the school and their achievements in the field of dentistry. Help us celebrate this year's honorees!
The one-year anniversary of my appointment as the 10th dean of Indiana University School of Dentistry, and first woman in the position, arrived faster than I could have imagined.
The IUSD community grieves the sudden passing of devoted alumnus Dr. Lloyd J. Hagedorn. (DDS’66, Perio’68)
We are committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive environment for everyone, where all can achieve their full potential. We stand ready to promote equity, including health equity, for members of our community, for the patients we serve, and for the people of Indiana who we have not yet had the opportunity to serve.
The COVID-19 pandemic has asked much from the Class of 2020 in terms of quick-thinking action and adaptability. These qualities were again on display as the School of Dentistry was forced to forgo our traditional, in-person commencement ceremony, and instead honor this year’s graduates with an online recognition event.
This year, the 28th Annual Indiana University School of Dentistry (IUSD) Research Day looked a little different than usual. Due to public health issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Research Day was forced to forgo the customary in-person poster judging and presentation sessions; instead shifting to an online format that saw researchers presenting and judges deliberating over virtual conferences and video chats.