Student Research

Overview

The generation of new knowledge through research is an integral and highly-valued activity at Columbia University's College of Dental Medicine. The school's history is rich with significant connections to the evolution of modern dental research - both the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) and the Journal of Dental Research were founded by CDM faculty member Dr. William Gies - and this tradition has been reflected in the student research program. The strength and constancy of the dental student research tradition at CDM is demonstrated by the rich history that spans over 50 years of the William Jarvie Research Honor Society (the dental student research group) and the Annual Birnberg Student Research Symposium, both established at Columbia in the 1950's and continuing vigorously to this day. The school continues to be a supportive environment for pre-doctoral and post-doctoral participation in the exciting discoveries of biomedical research both at the University and beyond.

Birnberg Research Program The College of Dental Medicine's annual Research Day, the Birnberg Research Program,...
The goal of the CDM Student Research Fellowship Program is to encourage and support those students who wish to...
William Jarvie Research Society The William Jarvie Research Society (WJRS) is the Columbia chapter of the American...
External Funding Opportunities   American Association of Dental Research AADR Sjogren's Syndrome...
Dental Associations Why join? As a member of a dental association, you'll receive a host of benefits that...