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Group Title: University of Florida College of Dentistry Annual Report
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Working today for Settr t

Fiscal Year 2006-07 at a glance
* Students 455
* Dental 325
* Advanced Education 106
(Residents & Fellows)
* Internationally-Educated 24
Dentist Program
* Faculty (full-time) 146
* Staff (all sites) 282
* Degree Programs 16
* Locations Gainesville, Jacksonville
Naples, St. Pete, Hialeah
* Patient Visits 101,595
* Operating Budget $57.7M
* Research Funding $13.8M

Message from the Dean
For the University of Florida College of Dentistry, 2006-07 was an eventful year. We
experienced unprecedented challenges, tremendous successes and new opportunities that will
shape our college for years to come.
A very tough 2007 legislative budgeting session resulted in budget shortfalls statewide. As
a result, we have tightened our belts as a university and as a college, and it appears the 2007-08
legislative budget cycle may also be a tight one resulting in even more dramatic budgetary
shortfalls and decreased state support for the college next year.
State support for higher and professional education has been consistently diminishing,
and we must constantly strive to improve the efficiencies of our clinical and business
enterprises. Simultaneously, we have experienced the greatest demand for dental education
in the college's history.
Recruiting and retaining faculty to teach the state's future dentists and providing facilities
conducive to learning and patient care is critical. We've made significant headway over the
last several years in renovating our outdated classrooms and clinics, but we have much left
to do. We're also exploring the possibility of adding a west wing to our existing building to
accommodate expansion of the college's D.M.D. program and clinical enterprise a daunting
prospect given the current budget climate.
Yet, the college has been fortunate in the strong private support it receives. One example of
that support is the innovative public-private partnership with the Naples Children and Education
Foundation, which funded the college's newest community-based clinic to be built on the
Collier County campus of Edison College in partnership with CHS Healthcare. This unique
collaboration will result in the provision of much-needed dental care to at-risk children and
special needs patients in Collier County and will serve as a model for future educational and
clinical programs.
Florida Tomorrow, the seven-year capital campaign for the University of Florida, officially
kicked-off in 2007 following a two-year silent phase. I'm pleased to report we're well on our
way to reaching our goal of $15 million. The monies raised during the capital campaign will
support faculty endowments and continued improvements to our physical plant and programs.
Your support for the campaign during this time of diminishing state support is critical to the
future of excellence in dental education for our state.
We hope you will join us in shaping our future.


TeresaA. Dolan, D.D.S., M.PH.
Professor and Dean


In 2006, 16 new full-time

faculty members were recruited

to the college despite a national

shortage of dental faculty. In

addition, the college's research

enterprise was bolstered by the

recruitment of seven postdoctoral

associates, and the clinical/

education enterprise by eight

part-time faculty.

FILLED FY 2006-07

Linda Bartoshuk
Community Dentistry & Behavioral
Science, Professor

Seunghee Cha
OMFSDS, Assistant Professor

David Culp
Oral Biology, Professor

Josephine Esquival-Upshaw
Prosthodontics, Associate Professor

Scott Greishaber
Oral Biology, Assistant Professor

Barbara Hastie
Community Dentistry & Behavioral
Science, Assistant Professor

Kesavalu Lakshmyya
Periodontology, Associate Professor

Tord Lundgren
Periodontology, Grad. Pgm. Dir.,

Rosalia Rey
IEDP Clinical Assistant Professor

Shannon Pop
Periodontology, Assistant Professor

Ozlem Yilmaz
Periodontology, Assistant Professor

Theofilos Koutouzis
Periodontology, Visiting
Associate Professor

Christopher Spencer
Orthodontics, Facial Pain,
Visiting Clinical
Assistant Professor

Thomas Zellmer
Operative Dentistry, SFCC,
Clinical Assistant Professor

Biswadip Das
Oral Biology, Research Asst. Professor

Nicole Greishaber
Oral Biology, Research Asst. Professor

Postdoc Associates
Memed Duman
Periodontology, Postdoc Associate

Keigo Ikeda
Oral Biology, Postdoc Associate

Yaling Liu
Oral Biology, Postdoc Associate

Maria Emilia Oliveira
Oral Biology, Postdoc Associate

Sunethra Rajapaske
Periodontology, Postdoc Associate

Raj Verma
Periodontology, Postdoc Associate

Luyu Yao
Periodontology, Postdoc Associate

State Support as a Percentage of Total Revenues, FY 2000-01 2006-07

35.00% y 30.9%







2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Sources of Revenue, FY 2006-07

Financial Aid
4% A

Grants & Contracts
19% _!

Gifts &

Other Revenue
Tuition & Fees

Patient Revenue

ANNUAL REPORT I 2006-2007 3

State Tax Dollars
- 19%

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Educating for Tomorrow
Since entering its first class in 1972, UFCD has graduated 2,096 dentists and 910 dental
specialists. Typically, more than 90 percent of the college's graduates remain in Florida to
practice, and nearly a quarter of the state's practicing dentists are UF College of Dentistry
During 2006, the college continued its efforts to improve its D.M.D. clinical curriculum
through development of a general practice model of care that includes interdisciplinary
treatment planning. This has resulted in the launch of screening and multi-disciplinary
treatment planning clinics, designed to streamline patient screening and treatment planning
for the student clinics. Faculty members from each of the dental specialty areas serve in
the treatment-planning clinic as complements to the general dentistry faculty to provide a
comprehensive teaching and patient care environment.
These changes are the first significant effort in a major restructuring of the undergraduate
clinical curriculum from a specialty-based model to a model of comprehensive general dental care.

D.M.D. Program
More than 1,500 applications were received for the 80 openings in the college's D.M.D.
class entering in 2007. This represents a jump in applications of more than 160 percent since
2001, a trend that is in-sync with tremendous growth in the number of dental admissions
applications nationwide.

Advanced and Graduate Education
Advanced and graduate education at the college has grown from six programs with an
enrollment of 36 in 1979 to 12 accredited programs and four distinct fellowships (16 total
programs) with an enrollment of 103 students in 2006-2007. In addition to these 16 programs,
two graduate programs are offered in conjunction with other colleges (Interdisciplinary Ph.D.
Program; M.S. or a Ph.D. in materials science and engineering with specialization in dental
biomaterials, biomimetics, and tissue engineering). In 2006, two of the College of Medicine's
Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program (IDP) students mentored through the Department of Oral
Biology received their Ph.D. degrees. Currently, the college has 36 M.S. students and granted
28 M.S. degrees in 2006-07.


Class of 2007 Class of 2008 Class of 2009
83.4 80.9 85.5 84.9 70.7 66.2
86.9 85.0 89.4 88.9 68.2 64.2
87.0 85.5 86.6 86.3 70.2 64.9
89.9 87.0 87.6 86.8 80.7 74.6
86.9 84.7 87.4 86.9 84.8 82.0

School Rank 6 of 56 11 of 56 NA NA
National Board Part I Class of 2005 Class of 2006 Class of 2007
83.4 82.1 84.9 82.2 81.2 80.9
School Rank 11 of 54 5 of 55 30 of 56

Academic credentials of D.M.D. applicants and enrollees

Applicant Pool 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
AVG TTL GPA 3.22 3.23 3.21 3.20 3.23 3.26 3.26
AVG Science GPA 3.08 3.10 3.07 3.07 3.10 3.13 3.15
DATAcademicAVG 14.50 16.70 15.50 16.00 17.00 17.98 18.11
DAT Psychomotor 13.80 16.20 14.60 14.00 16.00 17.52 17.76
No. of Applicants 585 634 656 932 1060 1266 1541
Applicants Enrolled
AVG TTL GPA 3.58 3.51 3.44 3.55 3.53 3.58 3.60
AVG Science GPA 3.52 3.42 3.32 3.47 3.45 3.50 3.54
DATAcademicAVG 19.40 19.70 19.20 20.00 19.00 19.44 19.51
DAT Psychomotor 18.10 18.50 17.80 18.00 18.00 18.33 18.39

Diversity of students in the D.M.D. program

Native Am. Asian African Am. Hispanic White Total
Class M F M F M F M F M F M F
2008 0 0 2 5 1 1 3 3 42 26 48 35
2009 1 0 8 7 1 3 6 6 26 24 42 40
2010 0 0 6 7 1 3 6 8 34 17 47 35
2011 0 1 1 7 0 7 4 9 28 25 33 49
Total 1 1 17 26 3 14 20 26 130 92 171 159

D.M.D. Scholarship Awards 2006-07

Marshall M. & Jeannette Butts Dewitt Scholarship Fund: Dental
students with financial need who display academic achievement and
motivation are eligible to apply for the scholarship. A total of $87,000 was
awarded to 29 students.
Andrew Abel Dental Scholarship Fund: Dental students who require
financial assistance and display excellence in their academic and clinical
endeavors are eligible to apply for the scholarship assistance. A total of
$2,500 was awarded to one student.
Krisia & Steve Rhoden Memorial Scholarship Fund: Students in
the College of Dentistry, with special consideration to students from the
Caribbean nations, including but not limited to Jamaica, are eligible to apply
for the Rhoden Scholarship. One student was awarded a total of $7,000.
William T. & Jackie C. Reid Scholarship in Dentistry Fund:
Needy dental students with high scholastic averages are eligible for the
Reid Scholarship. One student received an award of $6,900.

Degree programs and enrollment
* Doctor of Dental Medicine 328
* Foreign Trained Dentist 24
* 2-yr certificate Adv. education 19
in general dentistry
* Endodontics 7
* Endodontic CE Fellows 2
* Endodontic/ 2
Facial Pain Fellow
* Facial Pain 3
* Oral Pathology 2

Class of 2007 Postdoctorate Plans

* 2007 Grads
* Associate Practice
* Advanced Education in
General Dentistry
* Military

* Oral Surgery
* Oral Surgery Fellows
* Graduate Orthodontics
* Orthodontic CE Fellows
* Pediatric Dentistry
* Graduate Periodontics
* Graduate Prosthodontics
* Prosthodontic Fellow
* Veterans Administration
General Practice Dentistry

78 m General Practice Residency
35 m Pedodontics Residency
10 m Oral Surgery Residency
Orthodontics Residency
6 m Periodontics Residency

ANNUAL REPORT | 2006-2007 5

Comparison of UFCD National Board Exam scores to national average

National Board Part I Class of 2006
Anatomic Sciences 85.9 82.7
Biochemistry/Physiology 88.8 85.7
Microbiology/Pathology 87.7 85.1
Dental Anatomy 89.1 86.5
Overall Average 88.0 85.1

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Serving People Today
Through the Statewide Network for Community Oral Health, the college extended low-cost
S dental care to Florida's vulnerable, indigent and special needs residents. Nearly 75 percent of the
college's patient base is at or below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. Through college-
owned and partner clinics in the network, the college has become one of the largest providers of
low-cost, comprehensive, state-of-the-art dental care in Florida, providing nearly 4.5 percent of all
indigent care to Florida's residents during 101,595 patient visits in 2006-07.
The newest addition to the Statewide Network for Community Oral Health (see map, next
page) was established with the formal private-public partnership between the college and the Naples
Children and Education Foundation (NCEF). NCEF donated $4 million to the college, which
received a state match in the amount of $4 million, for the construction of a world-class pediatric
dentistry program and facility on the Edison College campus. The foundation also provided $1.5
million in support of start up operational expenses for the clinic, which, when it opens fall of 2008,
will greatly expand the delivery of clinical services in Collier County to at-risk children.
In addition to service through college clinics, UF dental students and faculty provide free dental
care during college-sponsored foreign aid trips each year to the Dominican Republic, Ecuador,
Costa Rica, and Honduras. Typically oriented to provide urgent and preventive dental care, these
humanitarian efforts serve hundreds of people living in isolated areas under primitive conditions
who would not otherwise receive dental care. Students, faculty and private dentists who volunteer to
participate come away with an awestruck appreciation for their patients and profession.

Physical Plant Improvements and Expansion
To better serve the college's education, research and patient care missions, the college
continues to focus on the renovation of existing and reassigned space and exploration of the idea
of construction for a new west wing expansion. The footprint for a proposed west wing expansion
is now included on the university's Campus Master Plan, and development activities are underway
to fund preliminary visioning for the expansion with the goal of contracting architectural
renderings and construction cost projections. Once this is achieved, the college expects to pursue
private and public funding sources for the west wing expansion project.



Artist's rendering of UFCD Naples Children's Dental Clinic

Renovation Projects/Completed & Planned

Patient Visits to College-owned Clinics, FY 2001-02 2006-0

120,000 101595
100,000 -
80,000 -
40,000 -

2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007

Statewide Network for Community Oral Health

Seminar Room, D1 9, renovation and equipment $50,000 COMPLETE
Prosthodontic Graduate Clinic Reception Office, $30,000 COMPLETE
D3-22 & D3-23
Pediatric Dentistry Clinic Equipment $167,190 COMPLETE
(Chairs & Units)
Renovate Admissions Office D3-9 $28,531 COMPLETE
*<200% FPL Oral Surgery Research Space Renovation $53,498 COMPLETE
ETotal Visits D8-35,35A & 36
Replace 320 clinic computers $300,000 COMPLETE
Central Sterilization Replace Sterilizers $200,000 2007-08
Oral Radiology Replace Clinic Chairs $20,000 2007-08
Jacksonville Dental Clinic Repair and Equipment $250,000 2007-08
D3-3 Auditorium $45,000 2007-08
Replace carpet and renovate seating
Pediatric Dentistry Clinical Waiting Area $40,000 2007-08
Carpet & Furniture
Oral Biology Research Space Renovation $150,000 2007-08
5th Floor
Naples Pediatric Dental Clinic $8,000,000 2007-08
Building & Equipment
Pediatric Dentistry Clinic Renovation $800,000 2008-09
Graduate Periodontic Clinic, $700,000 2008-09
Renovation & Equipment
Central Sterilization Replace additional equipment $500,000 2008-10
Graduate Prosthodontics Clinic, $250,000 2008-10
Renovation & Equipment
11th Floor Research Space $2,000,000 2008-10
Renovation & Equipment

* Restrooms throughout the $1,540,000
dental towers, renovation
* Central Sterilization Replace additional equipment $500,000
* Dental Simulation Laboratory $900,000
Replace Simulators & AV
TOTAL $16,524,219







ANNUAL REPORT | 2006-2007 7

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Discovering for the Future
The college is ranked No. 6 of 56 dental schools in terms of federal funding. This marks
the seventh consecutive year the college was ranked within the top 10 dental schools receiving
federal funding, and fuels a nationally-recognized oral health research enterprise emphasizing
infectious diseases in dentistry, bone biology, pain and neuroscience, and translational
research to improve clinical dental care.
Recognizing clinical and translational research requires an interdisciplinary mix of
people examining the same problems from different perspectives and bringing the most
advanced genetic and molecular tools to bear on improving patient health, the college
relies on its robust basic science research enterprise as the underpinning on which to build
clinical and translational research efforts. With the support of a National Institute of Dental
and Craniofacial Research/National Institutes of Health research infrastructure award,
the college has recruited seven new research faculty and has developed a faculty research
pipeline program to mentor clinical faculty in preparation for submitting competitive grant
This strategy strengthens ties between the college's research on systemic and oral diseases
and the genetics and diabetes research underway elsewhere in the Health Science Center. It
builds "critical mass" within the department of oral biology's areas of infectious diseases,
molecular immunology and cell biology and enhances the college's research activities in the
areas of health disparities, caries, periodontal diseases, oral cancers, xerostomia, and pain.

Sponsored Research and Other Funding Fiscal Year 2006-07
* Public Health $145,649 0 Neuro/Pain $645,368
* Cancer $170,000 0 Training $1,640,880
* Biomaterials $422,628 0 Clinical $3,445,997
* Other $629,464 0 Micro/Molecular Biology $6,017,832
* Taste & Smell $641,200 and Infectious Diseases
TOTAL $13,759,018


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Awards by Funding Source, FY 2006-07

State 7%
Industry 3%
7% -

Research Awards by Funding Source, FY 2000-01 through 2006-07

$18,000,000 $2,726,223
$16,000,000. $2,427,843 $2,229,884
$ 1 2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 . '
$6,000,00-. H 1 ,4r 4
$42, 3 0 00-, 2 ,

00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07

SNon Federal

Research Awards, FY 2006-2007
Anusavice K J $322,628.00 Ceramic Prosthesis Survival Based on Cares/Life
Analysis (Optimized Stress States in Ceramic-Based
Aukhil I $2,380.00 Evaluation of the Nobelreplaceae Tapered Groovy
Baccaglini L $70,640.00 Epidemiology of Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis
Bartoshuk L $491,199.81 Taste Psychophysics (Transferred from Yale University)
Bartoshuk L $150,000.00 DSR Start Up Funding
Belanger M $5,000.00 P Gingivalis Interaction with Placental Tissues,
In Vitro and Animal Studies
Brady L J $344,900.00 Immunomodulation by Exogenous Streptococcal
Brady L J $334,554.00 Membranes of the Dental Pathogen Streptococcus
Burne Jr R A $344,900.00 Genetics and Physiology of Oral Biofilms
Burne Jr R A $544,883.00 Molecular Biology of Oral Alkali Production
Catalanotto F $124,080.00 Partnership to Improve Oral Health in Young Children:
Physician-Based Oral Health Care Intervention
Caudle R M $251,876.00 Dynorphin Modulation of N-Methyl-D-Aspartate
(NMDA) Receptor (Subcontract to University of Central
Caudle R M $40,790.00 Dynorphin Modulation of N-Methyl-D-Aspartate
(NMDA) Receptor REU Supplement for A Y Delvalle-
Chan E K $326,791.00 Antigens of RNA-Induced Silencing Complex in
Chan E K $47,604.00 Maternal Autoantibodies: Pathogenesis for
Neonatal Lupus
Chan E K $25,000.00 Development of RNA Interference as Tools for the
Treatment of Oral Diseases
Chan E K $23,987.00 Activation of Innate Immunity by Small
Ribonucleoprotein (Subaward from WH Reeves,
College of Medicine)
Culp D $591,635.06 Oral Infectious Disease: Virulence and Host
Determinants (Transferred from University of

ANNUAL REPORT I 2006-2007 9

PI 06/07 AWARD
Culp D $336,943.94

Dolan T $8,000.00

Fillimgim R B $620,710.00

Fillingim R B $337,442.00
Fillingim R B $31,214.91
Fillingim R B $432,961.00
Fillingim R B $32,806.00

Fillingim R B $30,000.00

Fillingim R B $20,810.00

Fillingim R B $7,392.00

Gordan V $15,000.00

Gordan V

Gordan V
Grieshaber N

Grieshaber S
Handfield M

Hastie B

Hastie B
Holliday L S

Holliday L S

Katz J








Salivary Mucous Cell Gene Expression (Transferred
from University of Rochester)
Grinter Fellowship Special Board Allocation for
Graduate Supplemental Stipends
Start Up Funds for New Faculty
Sex Related Genetic Influences on Pain and
Ethnic Differences in Responses to Painful Stimuli
Psychological Stress and Risk of Cardiac Events
Risk Factors for Onset and Persistence of TMD
Mechanisms of Central and Peripheral
Miscellaneous Donors; Medoc Advanced Medical
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and
Myocardial Ischemia
Risk Factors for Onset and Persistence of TMD
Administrative Supplement
Long Term Clinical Evaluation of Universal Resin
Base Composite Material and Self Etching Primer
in Class I and II Restorations
Arginine Hydrolysis in Human Plaque and Saliva
as a Predictor of Caries Risk
Miscellaneous Donors/Residuals
Identification of Small Regulatory RNAs in
P Gingilalis
Characterization of Chlamydial Inclusion Migration
Epithelium-Microbe Interactions Dissected with
Ethnic Differences in Acute Pain and Analgesic
Start Up Funds for New Faculty
Development and Preclinical Testing of a Novel
Osteoporosis Therapy
Development of RNA Interference as Tools for the
Treatment of Oral Diseases
Human Cancer Associated Antigens in the Saliva
for Early Tumor Detection and Diagnosis of
Orodigestive Cancer

Katz J

Lakshmyya K
Lamont R J

Lamont R J
Lamont R J

Lamont R J

Lamont R J
Lamont R J

Lemos J

Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I
Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I

Magnusson N I

06/07 AWARD














P Gingivalis Interaction with Placental Tissues, in
Vitro and Animal Studies
Oral Pathogens: Polymicrobial Virulence Interactions
P Gingivalis Interactions with Gingival Epithelial
Molecular Aspects of Oral Plaque formation
Intra- and Interspecies Communications in Oral
Development of RNA Interference as Tools for the
Treatment of Oral Diseases
Miscellaneous Donors/Delta Dental
Proteomics of P Gingivalis Invasion of Epithelial
Adaptive Acid Tolerance of Streptococcus Sobrinus
(Transferred to Univ. of Rochester 4/2007)
A 9 Month Multicenter Clinical Trial of Treatment
with Periocline 6 Gel 2% Minocycline for Adjunctive
Use to Scaling and Root Planing in Adults with
Periodontal Disease
A Clinical Trial to Compare the Safety and Efficacy of
Two Marketed Tooth-Whitening Products
Effectiveness Testing of Probiora3
A Study to Compare Plaque Removal Using Different
Concentrations of Disclosing Dye in an Experimental
A Study to Develop a Panel of Subjects Who Leave
Dental Plaque After Routine Toothbrushing
A Controlled Study to Assess the Efficacy of Plaque
Removal After Brushing with an Experimental
A Clinical Study to Validate Operators on the Digital
Imaging System
A Clinical Study to Assess Gingivitis Levels Following
Oral Prophylaxis
A Multi-Center Randomized, Blinded Study
Comparing the Effect of Crx-1191 in Combination
with Scaling and Root Planing to That of Placebo
Plus SRP on Serum C-Reactive Protein and
Cytokines in Subjects with Severe Periodontitis

Magnusson N I $165,000.00 A Clinical Study to Assess the Effectiveness of
Dentifrice/Mouth Rinse Regimen on Gingivitis


06/07 AWARD

Magnusson N I $39,156.00 A Randomized, Single-Blind, Placebo-Controlled,
Clinical Microbiology Trial Designed to Determine
the Effects of 100mg Doxycycline Versus Placebo
on the Population Dynamic and Resistance
Patterns if the Nasopharyngeal Flora in Normal
Martin W $8,593.75 Randomized, Controlled, Clinical Study Comparing
Submerged Vs Trans-Mucosal Placement of P004
Implants in the Anterior Maxilla by Evaluation of the
Change in Bone Level between 1st Stage Surgery
and 6 Months Post-Surgery
McArthur W P $1,330,690.00 National Research Service Award in Oral Biology
(Years 1 and 2)
McArthur W P $44,978.00 National Research Service Award in Oral Biology
Supplement for Rene Sinai
Mjor I $599,377.00 Dental PBRN Network Chair
Morton D $22,541.66 Early Loading of New Surface Straumann 4.1 and
4.8 Mm Diameter Implants in the Mandible and
Neubert J K $218,250.00 Novel Operant Thermal Assessments of
Orofacial Pain
Neubert J K $9,297.00 Characterization of the Analgesic Actions of IV
Administered Analogs of SCP
Peck A B $310,411.00 Genetic Control of Autoimmune Exocrinopathy in
NOD Mice
Pileggi R Baur S T$4,000.00 Propolis: An Anti-Inflammatory Medicament for
Pop S $10,000.00 Diabetes Mellitus and Expression of in Vivo Induced
Antigens by Oral Pathogens
Price D D $31,712.86 Peripheral and Central Mechanism of Pain in
Patients with Fibromyalgia
Price D D $22,928.00 Mechanism of Pain in Patients with Fibromyalgia
Price D D $17,016.00 Characterization of Pain Processing Mechanisms in
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Price D D $11,809.00 Mechanisms of Neural Mobilization for Chronic Pain
Price D D $11,689.00 Pain Rehabilitation: Patient Centered Outcomes
Progulske-Fox A $491,591.00 Interactions between Oral Pathogens and Vascular
Progulske-Fox A $176,419.00 Interactions between Oral Pathogens and Vascular

Progulske-Fox A $17,214.00 Oral Immunology/Microbiology Research Group
Annual Meeting
Riley J L $301,098.00 Oral Health Disparities: Actions Taken About Pain
Riley J L $13,679.00 Mechanisms of Central and Peripheral Hyperalgesia
Robinson B E $15,000.00 Gulf Coast Area Health Education Center Program
Soderholm K $100,000.00 Clinical Evaluation of Two Dental Adhesives
Sposetti VJ $174,292.00 Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students
Stewart-Bates C S $23,698.00 AIDS Education Training Centers
Tomar S $21,569.00 Enhancing Oral Health Care Use by HIV-Positives
Towle H J $5,824.00 Prospective Eval of Hybrid Vs Non-Hybrid
Designed Osseotite Implants in Short Span
Fixed Bridge Cases
Walker C B $62,443.00 Effectiveness Testing of Probiora3
Walker C B $61,250.00 A Randomized, Single-Blind, Placebo-Controlled,
Clinical Microbiology Trial Designed to Determine
the Effects of 100mg Doxycycline Versus Placebo
on the Population Dynamic and Resistance
Patterns of the Nasopharyngeal Flora in Normal
Walker C B $30,040.00 Validation of Transportation for Fecal and Saliva
Walker C B $25,000.00 The Effects of Antimicrobial Agents on Biofilms
Wheeler T T $50,000.00 Evaluation of the Safety and Effectiveness of the
Invisalign System in Treating Patients with Mixed
Wheeler T T $3,970.00 Research Training for Post Graduate Students in
Williams W N $365,770.00 CMS Craniofacial Network Coqeu
Wong F $2,500.00 Contribution of Sp/Nk-1 Receptor Signaling to
Nociceptive Processing in Mice
Yezierski R P $225,547.00 Integrative and Translational Training in Pain
Yezierski R P $30,000.00 Operant Assessment of Pain Sensitivity: Validation
of a Method for Drug Screening and Mechanistic
Yezierski R P $1,000.00 Travel Award
Yilmaz 0 $274,084.00 Modulation of Epithelial Cell Response by R



ANNUAL REPORT I 2006-2007 11

06/07 AWARD



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Investing in the Future
What is Florida Tomorrow for the University of Florida College of Dentistry? Florida
Tomorrow is about all the ways the college is changing the world for the better.
Florida Tomorrow is a belief that we have the responsibility to use teaching, research, and
service to solve the greatest oral health challenges of our time and to inspire and nurture the
next generation of oral health leaders.
Florida Tomorrow is a comprehensive campaign over the next five years that will raise
more than 15 million dollars to impact every aspect of the college's mission to deliver
excellence in dental education, research and patient care.
Florida Tomorrow is an opportunity to invest in dreams-dreams that, because of your
support for the University of Florida College of Dentistry, are becoming realities.

* Faculty Support $3,165,455 $2,400,000
* Graduate Support $83,519 $1,500,000
* Undergraduate Support $0 $1,500,000
* Campus Enhancement $4,187,668 $6,500,000
* Program Support & Research $3,637,200 $3,100,000
TOTAL $11,073,843 $15,000,000

"I had the privilege of a half-time teaching appointment at the UF College of Dentistry for seven
years. This was a wonderful experience to end my 47-year career in dentistry. In the ensuing
years at UFCD, I observed a strong program improve each year as evidenced by the scores on
the National Dental Boards and the pass rate on the Florida Dental Board. To help continue the
progress made by Dean Dolan and the faculty, my wife and I donated appreciated real estate to
endow a professorship. Working with Cathy Jenkins and Bruce Delaney of the UF Foundation
guided me through the intricacies of tax law, land transfer and other legal concerns. Donation of
appreciated real estate is a viable way to help continue the work of UFCD."


$10,000 TO $49,999
Dr. Rodney S. ('80) & Dr. Eva F. Ackley ('81)
Dr. Patrice & Dr. John A. Bidwell
Dr. Geraldine M. Ferris ('79)
Dr. Keith G. Kanter
Dr. George B. MacMaster (DAE '88)
Dr. Bruce D. ('80) & Barbara A. Manne
Dr. Thomas A. Parker
Dr. William T. & Jackie C. Reid

$1,000 TO $9,999
Dr. Lori A. ('97) & Douglas R. Aiosa
Dr. Jeremy M. ('03) & Jacqueline A. Albert
Dr. Safwat B. & Magda S. Attia
Dr. Daniel P (DAE '89) & Lori Barnes
Dr. Dale D. ('79) & Susan H. Batten
Dr. Marci M. ('83) & Dr. O. Glenn Beck, Jr. ('79)
Dr. Fara Bender (DAE '01)
Dr. Steven P ('80) & Ellyn R Bogdanoff
Dr. Stu Bonnin ('99)
Dr. Rand ('02) & Dr. Laura A. Bowden ('03)
Dr. Wayne D. & Teressa G. Bradley
Dr. Lisamarie 0. ('04) & Joseph L. Brazeau
Dr. Richard B. & Dr. Lynn S. Brinker
Dr. Richard F. Brooks
Dr. Randall W. ('84) & Cornelia R. Brown
Dr. Jeffrey N. & Dr. Sheri L. Brownstein ('00)
Mr. Francis M. Bush
Dr. Mary Anne ('83) & Miller L. Butler
Dr. Samuel S. & Priscilla Caranante
Dr. Vincent C. & Jovanna Caranante
Dr. Randall B. & Patricia A. Caton
Dr. Maria V. Chatani ('94)
Dr. Lawrence L. & Maria T. Clark
Dr. Tony D. Clark ('89)
Dr. William J. Clark (DAE '97)
Dr. Milton A. & Edith S. Clement
Dr. Larry J. Cook ('79) & Glenda F. Swearingen-Cook
Dr. Jorge C. ('79) & Marisa I. Coro
Dr. Charles G. &Velma R. Cox
Dr. Joel A. David ('79)
Dr. Suzanne N. Davidson ('90)
Dr. Peter E. & Jodie Dawson
Dr. Margherita M. (DAE '88) & Victor F. de Moya, M.D.
Dr. R. Heath Deason
Dr. & L Carl DeJongh
Dr. M. Franklin & Brenda L. Dolwick
Dr. Jeffery ('80) & Susan E. Dootson
Dr. John S. Dozier ('80) & Martha Paradeis

"Legacy is to leave the wood pile higher than you found it. It is to honor and give to those who
have given you so much. Those who have been an 'enabler' in your life. Our College of Dentistry
is just that an enabler for all of us! The marvelous life we now enjoy has been enriched and
enabled because of what UFCD provided each of us. Glenda and I are thrilled to be able to
'quid pro quo' 'To whom much is given, much is expected.' It is an honor we leave a portion
of our legacy to our college the UF College of Dentistry!"

Dr. Lizette A. ('88) & Mark T. Dreyer, D.M.D., PA. ('86)
Dr. Stuart 1. ('78) & Christy C. Dropkin
Dr. Sharon J. Durrett ('04)
Dr. Stephen M. Durrett ('97) & Deborah L. Herbert-Durrett
Dr. Peter T. Esposito (DAE '94)
Dr. Jacquelene G. ('81) & Dr. Sutton B. Farnham (DAE'81)
Dr. Alan E. Fetner ('79) & Dr. Mary S. Hartigan ('81)
Dr. Garland L. S. Forbes
Dr. Charles R. ('78) & Carol L. Fort
Dr. Mark H. (DAE '97) & Jennifer T. Freeland
Dr. Gustavo E. Fuentes
Dr. Marc A. Gale
Dr. Jay H. ('82) & Randi M. Garlitz
Dr. Robert D. Gehrig (DAE '81) & Grisel Perez-Gehrig
Dr. Elizabeth K. Gesenhues (DAE '89)
Dr. Alex Ghazal
Dr. Jimmy ('81) & Karen Glenos
Dr. Timothy A. ('93) & Tiffany D. Glomb
Dr. Gregory W. ('94) & Dr. Wanda E. Goodreau ('94)
Dr. Shaun D. ('82) & Paula J. Graser, R.D.H.
Dr. Laurence I. ('85) & Deborah L. Grayhills
Dr. Henry A. (DAE '91) & Karleen M. Gremillion
Dr. Marcio Guelmann & Ariela Notzer-Guelmann
Dr. Margaret S. ('88) & George H. Hartwig III
Dr. D. Alan ('76) & Jeanne L. Hays
Dr. Mary A. ('85) & Marcus A. Hencinski
Dr. To-Nguyen T. ('89) & Trongan D. Hoang
Dr. Lauren G. ('85) & Robert E. Hodges
Dr. Mark R. Holmes ('01)
Dr. Timothy K. ('82) & Karen C. Hope
Dr. Greg J. Huang ('87)
Dr. Irene R. & Gabriel D. Hurst
Dr. James C. ('99) & Tricia R. Johnson
Dr. Johnny ('83) & Patricia G. Johnson
Dr. Raed S. & Kimberly D. Kasem
Dr. Howard B. & Detra L. Kay
Dr. Lee Anne ('97) & David A. Keough
Dr. Michael W. Lee II ('99)
Dr. Robyn B. Lesser Melamud ('00) & Gene A. Melamud
Dr. Parker E. & Lorraine Mahan

Dr. Gary H. Malowitz
Dr. Barry K. (DAE '94) & Sharon R. Marcum
Dr. Michael R Marfori
Dr. Celia S. Martin ('84)
Dr. Mark A. ('82) & Beverly Mautner
Dr. Silas E. ('85) & Shannon McAninch
Dr. Leigh A. Mcllwain
Dr. Janna Mclntosh (DAE)
Dr. Paul A. ('84) & Terri R Mevoli
Dr. Kevin B. ('05) & Emily S. Miller
Dr. Robert N. Mixon ('95)
Dr. Wayne G. & Debbie K. Moesching
Dr. Cindy C. Moore ('79)
Dr. Oscar ('90) & Dr. Elizabeth A. Morejon ('90)
Dr. Howell C. ('84) & Donna Morrison
Dr. Esteban ('78) & Maria E. Mulkay
Dr. R. Daniel & Ann A. Nable
Dr. James E. ('79) & Bonnie B. Nabors
Dr. Nicholas A. ('01) & Jessica R. Narducci
Dr. Gary C. ('80) & Barbara L. Nawrocki
Dr. Thomas P O'Connell (DAE '89)
Dr. Craig L. Oldham ('92) & Dr. Margaret A. Colleran
Dr. Alan R. Ossi ('99)
Dr. Marineyda Oyola & Erick J. Morales
Dr. Richard A. ('95) & Lindsey S. Parent
Dr. Stephen T. ('83) & Honi E. Parker
Dr. Sarah S. ('05) &Jamie R. Pavlow
Dr. Sonia I. Pena ('80) & Vernon J. Pierce
Dr. Ernesto A. ('87) & Lourdes A. Prieto
Dr. Robert E. & Lorie L. Primosch
Dr. Boyd E. & Janis M. Robinson
Dr. Raymond L. ('76) & Patricia G. Rogers
Dr. Charles L. & Dr. Lydia G. Ross
Mr. Ned R. Sachs
Dr. Heberto M. Salgueiro ('83) &
Dr. Rita Echevarria-Salgueiro
Dr. Hans R. ('87) & Lynette V. Salheiser
Dr. Mary A. Sanders ('95)
Dr. David C. ('77) & Elizabeth G. Sarrett
Dr. Julie A. Saviano ('91)
ANNUAL REPORT | 2006-2007 13

Dr. Bruce W. ('83) & Mary Scarola
Dr. Barry P & Ellen G. Setzer
Dr. Lee N. & Eleanor Sheldon
Dr. Perry V. Silva (DAE '95)
Dr. Christopher D. Smith
Dr. Gary J. ('77) & Florayne Snyder
Dr. Kirk H. ('92) & Michelle M. Solberg
Dr. Michael D. & Suzanne W. Spencer
Dr. Douglas L. ('87) & Traci J. Starkey
Dr. Tracie C. ('94) & Robert Starling
Dr. Bruce J. Stevens
Dr. Mark C. Stewart
Mr. Dennis & Sharon Stone
Dr. P Shawn Stopperich
Dr. John H. ('86) & Terri L. Thee
Dr. Carly W. Thomas (DAE )
Dr. E. Donald ('87) & Dr. R. Valorie Thomas
Dr. Don E. ('84) & Lisa M. Tillery
Dr. William H. & Kathleen F. Truax

Dr. John R. ('84) & Elizabeth B. Eifert
Dr. David J. ('93) & Christine J. Ferlita
Mr. David C. Fife
Dr. Thomas Alan ('96) & Dr. Shannon L. Galinis ('97)
Dr. Melanie Georgeanne Halkitis ('83)
Dr. Jeffrey A. Hameroff
Dr. Robert B. ('79) & Debra A. Hawkins
Dr. Cecilia Wicklin ('82) & Robert C. Hines
Mr. Barry House
Dr. Salvatore R. Indelicato (DAE '89)
Dr. Loyce A. Jones ('84)
Dr. Alan S. Kaplan ('76)
Dr. Loyd J. Kiernan III ('80)
Dr. Arthur D. & Karen S. King
Dr. Kenneth W. ('80) & Deborah K. Knopf
Dr. Robert A. ('79) & Monica C. Lalane
Dr. Lewis C. Larson ('76) & Betty Jean Mitchum Larson
Dr. Rochelle Lopyan ('80)
Dr. Delton E. ('84) & Julie Lynch

L. Byrne Austin
Dr. Thomas K. ('91) & Lora B. Bailey
Dr. Ralf R. & Deborah C. Barckhausen
Dr. Alan Barr
Dr. Steven R. ('86) & Sandra L. Bateh
Dr. John A. ('83) & Laura L. Batlle
Dr. David A. Beach ('05)
Dr. Carroll G. & Sue H. Bennett
Dr. Enrique Bimstein
Dr. David J. ('85) & Nancy J. Blue
Dr. Steven A. ('79) & Janet L. Boe
Dr. Douglas Bogart ('84)
Dr. Joseph R. Boulter ('85) & Dr. Avis S. Chen-Boulter
Dr. David A. Bowles
Dr. Heather K. ('98) & Allen R. Burch
Dr. Karen Anne Burns ('01) & Dr. Thomas J. Boland
Dr. Salvatore R. Cabassa ('95)
Dr. Maria C. ('85) & James D. Camp III
Dr. David A. ('96) & Jennifer Campbell

so easy an I urg al S gradate to tak adatg of thi opotnt to give back. 00000 IA6 MATI,-- - --ASO 17

"When I heard the Department of Periodontology was doing a major renovation of the graduate clin-
ics, I wanted to help. One of my residency memories was the operatories we had to use for surgeries.
They were small, cramped and inadequate. So, when I was offered the chance to equip one of the
rooms for periodontal surgery of all types, I took the opportunity. I decided to pledge $100,000 over a
5-year period. Now the question was how to pay the pledge. My investment advisory at Smith Barney
recommended using some stocks in my portfolio. Due to changes in the stock market, I would have a
large capital gains fee if I sold the stock, but by donating it I received a tax deduction for a charitable
contribution instead. Therefore, I covered my yearly pledge by turning over some of the stock to the
UF Foundation. It is a plan that has worked well for me and could for others too. Ask Cathy Jenkins for
help. It is a real win-win way of helping UFCD and your own tax burden as well."

Dr. George R. ('93) & Clare Van Etta
Dr. Rick Waggener
Dr. Timothy M. ('82) & Dr. Janice G. Wahl (DAE '83)
Dr. Michael Watkins
Dr. Gerald K. ('79) & Anna H. Weaver
Dr. Scott A. Wenk
Dr. Timothy T. Wheeler ('85) & Dr. Janet D. Pappas ('88)
Dr. John F. Whitt, Jr.
Dr. Abby T. ('97) & Gregg 0. Wilentz
Dr. James G. ('93) & Casey B. Wilson
Dr. David D. Woods (DAE '92) &
Linda Cunningham-Woods
Dr. Clark J. ('78) & Mary S. Wright
Dr. Paul E. ('99) & Avery L. Zaritsky
Dr. Walter F. Zoller ('80) & Rose Duszkin

$500 TO $999
Dr. Ronald H. & Barbara Abel
Mr. M. Luke & Karen Alter
Dr. Gregory A. ('83) & Patricia A. Archambault
Dr. Richard L. Balick ('83)
Dr. Brent Bartruff ('98)
Dr. Paul L. ('76) & Alexis Benjamin
Dr. Terrence L. ('81) & Susan E. Braun
Dr. Craig C. Broome ('92) &
Dr. Stacy B. McLendon-Broome ('92)
Dr. Richard S. Brown ('83) & Melinda Limcangco-Brown
Dr. Judith A. Buchanan ('80)
Dr. John M. Cherry, Jr. ('85)
Dr. Matthew S. Clegg ('05)
Mr. Mark S. Colburn
Dr. J. Frank & Doris S. Collins
Dr. Michael L. ('90) & Lori Danze
Dr. Alberto A. ('82) & Lissett de Cardenas
Dr. Teresa A. Dolan & Stanley H. Given II

Dr. James E. ('87) & Angela T. Martin
Dr. William C. ('96) & Dr. Dawn L. Martin ('96)
Dr. Mark E. ('80) & Nancy H. Moffitt
Dr. Arturo F. ('79) & Liza C. Mosquera
Dr. RobertS. ('78) & Carol A. Murrell
Dr. David C. & Lois J. Neal
Dr. Stephen L. New ('76)
Dr. Scott D. ('90) & Judith R. Newlin
Dr. Dennis G. Nielson
Dr. Christopher S. Noel
Dr. Gene R. ('81) & Sara Patch
Dr. Timothy D. ('80) & Dr. Magaly G. Poppell ('88)
Dr. Enrique ('83) & Kathleen A. Romeu
Dr. George A. ('92) & Claudia Sanchez
Dr. Michael P Sardzinski ('93)
Dr. Sophia L. Scantlebury ('01) & Jonathan S. Saul
Dr. Bhavik R Shah ('98)
Dr. Seth J. & Patricia H. Shapiro
Dr. Ann L. Steiner ('80) & Thomas A. Herrmann
Dr. Patricia M. ('88) & Dr. T. C. Tapley
Dr. Alfred H. & Annette I. Underwood
Dr. Arvind K. Vakani ('03)
Dr. Raymond T. Webber
Dr. Richard S. ('82) & Dr. Jeanette Westberry ('84)
Dr. Steven M. ('84) & Sonja H. Wieder

$100 TO $499
Dr. Pamela G. & hael J. Adams, D.D.S.
Dr. Dennis P ('96) & Kristine Allen
Dr. Steven R. ('83) & Denise Alman
Dr. Amy F. ('96) & Chris Anderson
Dr. John M. ('89) & Malinda R Andrews
Dr. Kevin J. Andrews
Dr. Harold R. Arthur, Jr. ('02)
Dr. Daryl E. ('97) & Kristi L. Askeland

Dr. J. Edward ('85) & Vivien Carroll
Mrs. Carol R. & James L. Carter
Dr. Michele L. ('97) & Michael R. Cavendish
Dr. Francis C. Chaney ('79) & Susie Cheney
Dr. Ronald J. Charity ('92)
Mr. Richard A. & Amelia B. Closmore
Dr. MarkS. ('81) & Melissa D. Coican
Dr. Gage N. & Virginia M. Colby
Dr. Thomas A. (DAE '92) & Georgia S. Copulos
Dr. Christopher J. Cowell ('95)
Dr. Amy L. Creech-Gionis ('95) & Stephen L. Gionis
Dr. Ann E. & James A. Davison
Dr. Daniel A. Delcastillo ('90) & Grace D. Maya
Dr. Sara M. ('04) & Marcus L. Droker
Dr. Francisco J. Espinosa ('96)
Dr. Daniel M. ('99) & Erin F. Eves
Dr. Deborah A. Ferrer ('99)
Dr. Donnie L. Filipczak ('97)
Dr. Edward J. ('97) & Lourdes R Fisher
Dr. Ross H. Fishman ('04)
Dr. Beatriz Fraga-Davidson ('83) & Marvin M. Davidson
Dr. Gerald M. & Patricia L. Francati
Dr. Curtis E. & Joyce D. Gause
Dr. Joseph M. Gerlecz
Dr. Richard J. & Betty E. Greenspan
Dr. Vincent A. ('84) & Theresa Grosso
Dr. Jeffrey M. Hanley ('99)
Dr. Phillip M. Hartgraves (DAE '93)
Dr. Lee S. (DAE '86) & Jacquelyn R. Hauer
Dr. Frederick E. Hosley
Dr. Carlos M. ('85) & Isabel M. Interian
Dr. Larry G. ('82) & Theresa M. James
Dr. Eve James-Wilson
Dr. Joslyn A. Jenkins ('97) & Dr. Paul D. Stein ('94)
Dr. Douglas S. ('82) & Gail M. Johnson
Dr. Jeffrey D. ('85) & Shannon R. Jones
Dr. Barry H. ('84) & Becky Katz
Dr. Joseph C. & Sharon L. Kehoe
Dr. Jason A. Kempinski ('02)
Dr. Scott F. ('80) & Dr. Debra G. Kenward
Dr. Gerald M. Kluft
Mr. Eugene & Linda L. Kopf
Dr. Ernest A. Lado, Jr.
Dr. Gregory G. ('81) & Susan G. Langston
Dr. Louis J. ('94) & Dr. Christie J. Latulippe ('97)
Dr. Thomas C. & Emily W. Lawton
Dr. J. Michael ('87) & Ginger Layton
Dr. Donald W. & Janice C. Legler
Dr. Peter G. Lemieux ('97)
Dr. James J. Lyons & Mary Lou Mansfield
Dr. Craig J. ('86) & Antoinette Malin
Dr. William J. & Mary Maples


Dr. William ('76) & Shelly L. Marchese
Dr. William B. Martin ('77) & Dr. Judith Rae Banks
Dr. Todd W. ('92) & Melinda S. McCabe
Dr. Michael G. ('88) & Corina L. McCorkle
Dr. Sean T. & Dr. Judith McDonnell
Dr. William T. ('87) & Jennifer McKenzie
Dr. Daniel J. Melker
Dr. Pamela A. Miller-Ottesen ('99) &John R Ottesen
Dr. Reid W. Montini ('05) & Karin D. Senn
Dr. Ivo ('89) & Dr. Isabel M. Moraguez
Dr. James A. (DAE '84) & Victoria M. Morrish
Dr. Keith A. Morse ('99)
Dr. Edward S. Mortellaro, Jr. ('78) &
Linda Lodato-Mortellaro
Dr. J. Marie Stidham Mundy ('85) & Craig A. Stidham
Dr. Michael J. Murray ('98)
Dr. Roger B. Nofsinger
Dr. Kay W. O'Leary (DAE '90) & Brian Dasher
Dr. Cara Overbeck
Dr. Paul A. ('90) & Brownyn B. Palo
Dr. William N. Pantazes (DAE '91)
Dr. Shawn M. Perce ('02)
Dr. David M. & Leslie J. Plank
Dr. Richard Charles ('86) & Maria R Rampi
Dr. John R. ('04) & Shirley Raulerson
Dr. Steven D. ('84) & Michelle Reddick
Dr. Gregory D. Reddish ('80)
Dr. William F. & Cynthia E. Robinson
Dr. David Rowe
Dr. L. Allen ('88) & Tina M. Sain
Dr. Pamela R. ('86) & Robert A. Sandow
Dr. Myron D. ('93) & Sharon R. Schrock
Dr. Kristin M. ('94) & Joseph T. Shinnick
Dr. Alberto ('01) & Mary H. Silva
Dr. Henry A. ('79) & Teri Silverman
Dr. Daniel S. ('00) & Sally L. Slaybaugh
Dr. Martha V. Smyth ('90) & James T. Milani
Dr. Michael ('94) & Alice R Sofianos
Dr. James A. ('85) & Lori C. Speckman
Dr. Venita J. Sposetti ('79) & Dr. Larry G. Rooks
Dr. George W. Starks & Betty Jo Baechle-Starks
Dr. Malcolm E. (DAE '80) & Kathleen C. Steen
Dr. Cathy M. ('05) & Andrew J. Taylor
Dr. Suzanne Thiems-Heflin ('85) & Phillip H. Heflin
Dr. David A. ('84) & Linda M. Thompson
Dr. Michael L. ('76) & Sarah E. Tidwell
Dr. Christopher F. ('94) & Sophia Waite
Dr. James C. & Martha Wallace
Dr. Richard D. ('97) & Lia Walter
Dr. Ronald E. Watson
Mr. Christopher J. Williams
Dr. Israel ('86) & Nancy C. Winikor
Dr. Shari A. Witkoff ('95)

Dr. Jess H. ('80) & Georgia R. Yates
Dr. Lisa A. ('95) & Jay Yurkiewicz

$1 TO $99
Dr. William K. & Barbara B. Collett
Dr. Frederick L. & Joy D. Cox
Dr. Quince B. & Muriel E. Davis
Dr. Sharon A. Day-O'Steen ('96) &
Raymond A. O'Steen
Dr. Drew E. ('04) & Vanessa R Earhart
Dr. Jeffrey A. Janoff
Dr. Margaret W. ('90) & Dr. Gregory A. Johnston
Dr. Michael J. Kadair
Dr. Suresh C. Mishra
Ms. Gloria B. Pagington
Dr. Sterling L. Ronk
Dr. Richard D. Salzmann ('86)
Ms. Mary Swietzer
Ms. Latania M. Williams

$1,000,000 AND ABOVE
Naples Children & Education Foundation

$100,000 TO $999,999
The Lucy Gooding Charitable Fdtn. Trust

$50,000 TO $99,999
Astra Tech, Inc.
State Endowment Matching Gifts

$10,000 TO $49,999
Align Technology, Inc.
Implant Innovations, Inc.
ITI Center
Walter Lorenz Surgical, Inc.
Straumann U.S.A.
Susan Royal Wurth Foundation, Inc.

$1,000 TO $9,999
A-dec, Inc.
Brandon Dental Care
Caton & Taylor, PA.
Central Florida Oral Surgery, RA.
Clermont Pediatric Dentistry
Colgate-Palmolive Co.
Dentistry Alumni Assn. S.E. Coast Dist.
FL Soc of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Kerr Corp.
Drs. Caleb King & Richard Oliver, Jr.
LSU Health Sciences Foundation
J. Hillis Miller Health Center Gift Shop, Inc.
Nobel Biocare
Pedo Gators, Inc.
Pfizer, Inc.
South Georgia Oral & Maxillofacial Surg.
Southwest Florida Oral & Facial Surgery
Total Quality Networks

$500 TO $999
Bello Dental Center, Inc.
Kiwanis Club Foundation

$100 TO $499
3M Unitek
Aguirre & Sappington Orthodontics
Beckman Coulter, Inc.
City of Gainesville
Florida Dental Association
Gulf Coast Family Dentistry
Marris Orthodontics, RA.
Martin & Jacobson Orthodontics
Medtronic Foundation
Pappas & Tapley Orthodontics

$1 TO $99
Bradenton Eye Clinic

This Honor Roll includes the names of all donors to the UF College of Dentistry from July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007. If
your name is not included and you think it should be, one of the following may be the reason it is not:
* The gift was made before July 1, 2006 (and was recognized in a previous report) or after June 30, 2007
(and it will be recognized in a future Honor Roll).
* You made a pledge instead of a gift and planned to fulfill your commitment after June 30, 2006. (Only actual pledge
payments made between July 1, 2006 and June 30, 2007 are listed.)
* A personal gift was made using your company's check or letterhead. In this case, you may be listed in the corporate
and organization section of the Honor Roll.
* We made a mistake. In spite of our best efforts, errors and omissions occur. If so, please accept our apologies and
notify the UF College of Dentistry Development Office, PO Box 100217, Gainesville, FL 32610-0217. Call 352-
273-5779 or e-mail Cathy Jenkins, UFCD director of development at cjenkins@dental.ufl.edu.

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tXC* Diagctory

Teresa A. Dolan, D.D.S., M.RH.
Dean and Professor of Community Dentistry and
Behavioral Science
(352) 273-5800 I tdolan@dental.ufl.edu
Kenneth J. Anusavice, D.M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Research,
Distinguished Professor of Dental Biomaterials
(352) 392-4351 | kanusavice@dental.ufl.edu
Samuel B. Low, D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed.,
Associate Dean for Faculty Practice and Continuing
Education, Professor of Periodontology
(352) 846-1266 I slow@dental.ufl.edu
William R McArthur, Ph.D.,
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and
Professor of Oral Biology
(352) 273-5800 I mcarthur@dental.ufl.edu
Robert E. Primosch, D.D.S., M.Ed.
Associate Dean for Education and Professor of
(352) 273-5953 I rprimosch@dental.ufl.edu
Venita J. Sposetti, D.M.D.
Assistant Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid
and Associate Professor of Prosthodontics
(352) 273-5957 I sposetti@dental.ufl.edu
Kenneth Tomlinson, B.S.B.A.
Associate Dean for Administration
(352) 273-5800 I ktomlinson@dental.ufl.edu
Timothy T Wheeler, D.M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Dean for Advanced and Graduate
Education and Professor and Chairman,
Department of Orthodontics
(352) 273-5690 I twheeler@dental.ufl.edu

UFCD Departmental Chairs
and Program Directors
Scott L. Tomar, D.M.D., Dr.RH.
(352) 273-5968 I stomar@dental.ufl.edu
Roberta L. Diehl, D.D.S., Hialeah
(305) 694-5400 I rdiehl@dental.ufl.edu
Lauren M. Governale, D.M.D., M.RH., Naples
(352) 273-5800 I Igovernale@dental.ufl.edu
Thomas C. Porter, D.M.D., Seminole
(727) 394-6064 I tporter@dental.ufl.edu
Clifford Starr, D.M.D., Jacksonville
(904) 244-7051 I cstarr@dental.ufl.edu
Kenneth J. Anusavice, D.M.D., Ph.D., Chair
(352) 392-4351 I kanusavice@dental.ufl.edu
Chiayi Shen, Ph.D., Program Director
(352) 392-0508 I cshen@dental.ufl.edu
Frank J. Vertucci, D.M.D., Chair and Program Director
(352) 273-5440
Paul Blaser, D.D.S., M.S.D., Chair
(352) 273-5842 I pblaser@dental.ufl.edu
Robert Burne, Ph.D., Chair
(352) 392-4370 I rburne@dental.ufl.edu

Robert E. Bates, D.D.S., Interim Chair
(352) 392-2673 I rbates@dental.ufl.edu
James G. Green, M.D., D.D.S.,
Program Director for Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
(352) 392-2673 I jgreen@dental.ufl.edu
Donald M. Cohen, D.M.D., M.S., M.B.A.,
Program Director for Oral Pathology
(352) 392-2505 I dcohen@dental.ufl.edu
Timothy Wheeler, D.M.D., Ph.D.,
Chair and Program Director
(352) 273-5690 I twheeler@dental.ufl.edu
Henry A. Gremillion, D.D.S., M.A.G.D.,
Craniofacial Pain and Temporomandibular
Dysfuntion Fellowship Program Director
(352) 392-8862 I hgremillion@dental.ufl.edu
Marcio Guelmann, D.D.S., Chair
(352) 392-4131 I mguelmann@dental.ufl.edu
Daniela Silva, D.D.S., M.S., Program Director
(352) 392-4131
Ikramuddin Aukhil, B.D.S., M.S., Chair
(352) 392-4305 I iaukhil@dental.ufl.edu
Tord M. Lundgren, L.D.S., Odont. Dr., Program Director
(352) 392-4305 I tlundgren@dental.ufl.edu
A.E. "Buddy" Clark, D.M.D., Ph.D., M.E., Chair
(352) 846-2549 I bclark@dental.ufl.edu
Edgar O'Neill, D.D.S., M.S., FA.C.R, Program Director
(352) 392-4231 | eoneill@dental.ufl.edu



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