Oral Biology Preceptorship III
About this course:
Students may enroll in 12 units of oral biology graduate coursework: Advanced Oral Biology - Ontogenesis; Advanced Oral Biology -Pathobiology (Prerequisite: OB 275); Advanced Seminar in Comparative Effectiveness & EBD; Anthropological Perspectives on Global Health: Implications for Oral Biology and Medicine; Craniofacial Growth and Development; Culture, Ethnicity and Health: Implications for Oral Biology and Medicine; Current Advanced Research Topics in Immunology; Current Research in Osteoimmunology; Current Topics in Oral Immunology; Dental Embryology and Histology; Directed Individual Study or Research Master's Degree; Fundamentals of Immunology; Fundamentals of Scientific Writing; Fundamentals of Scientific Writing; Genomics and Proteomics; Methodology in Evidence Based Dentistry; Methodology in Research Design and Data Analysis; Molecular and Cell Biology; Oral Biology Seminar (Must be taken 6 quarters for a total of 3.0 units of credit towards degree.); Pro-Seminar: Oral Biology Research; Research in Clinical Immunology and Lymphology; Scientific Ethics; Seminar: Devepmental Neuroendocrineimmunology; Thesis Research and Preparation.
This course is open to trainees of UCLA School of Dentistry’s Post DDS Certificate programs only. For information, please visit https://www.dentistry.ucla.edu/learning/post-dds.