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Dental Medicine Awards

Penn Dental Medicine faculty members were recognized for their contributions and achievements as part of the School’s Senior Farewell 2005, a celebration of the Class of 2005 by the Penn Dental Medicine Alumni Society. The event was held May 4 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel. The award recipients are voted on by the Class of 2005 and included the following:

Y. Jou

 

The Earle Bank Hoyt Award—presented to a Penn Dental Medicine graduate who is a full-time junior faculty member. This award was established by a grateful patient in honor of Dr. Hoyt, a member of the Penn Dental Medicine Class of 1918, who was a distinguished clinician and educator.  This year’s recipient of the Hoyt Award is Dr. Yi-Tai Jou (D ’99), assistant professor/clinician educator of endodontics. This is the fifth year in a row that Dr. Jou has received this award.

L. Skarulis

 

The Joseph L.T. Appleton Award—presented to a part-time faculty member for excellence in clinical teaching—is named in honor of Dr. Appleton, a member of the Penn Dental Medicine Class of 1914, who served as dean of the School from 1941 to 1951. The Appleton Award was established in 1979 by Abram Cohen, a member of the Penn Dental Medicine Class of 1923 and father of Dean Emeritus D. Walter Cohen, a member of the Penn Dental Medicine Class of 1950.  This year’s recipient of the Appleton Award is Dr. Louise Skarulis (D ’80), clinical associate of restorative dentistry.

N. Kobrin

 

The Robert E. DeRevere Award—presented for excellence in preclinical teaching by a part-time faculty member—is named in honor of Dr. DeRevere, a member of the Penn Dental Medicine Class of 1945, who served on the School’s faculty. This year’s recipient of the DeRevere Award is Dr. Nathan Kobrin, clinical assistant professor of restorative dentistry, who was also recognized with this award last year.

E. Hersh

The Basic Science Award is presented for excellence in teaching within the basic sciences. This year’s recipient of the Basic Science Award is Dr. Elliot Hersh, professor of oral surgery and pharmacology. This is the thirteenth straight year that Dr. Hersh was presented with this award.

 

 

 

 

 



 
  Almanac, Vol. 51, No. 32, May 10, 2005

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