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Biologic and Materials Sciences and Division of Prosthodontics

Prosthodontic Clinic Residents 2009

 Residents 2009

 

Mauricio Moeller
Dr. Moeller earned his DDS degree from the University of San Andres in La Paz, Bolivia in 1997. After graduation he worked in a private family practice for two years. Dr. Moeller was also involved as a part time instructor at the University del Valle. In 2000 he came to the United States to complete the Postgraduate Program in Prosthodontics. Mauricio is married to Raphaela and they have two sons. Future plans include completing the Graduate Program in Prosthodontics and increased emphasis on teaching at the dental school.

 

Yi-Hua (Eva) Niu 
Dr. Niu was born and received most of her education in Taiwan. She received her DDS degree from Taipei Medical University, College of Oral Medicine in 2002. After graduation, she spent one year in Mackey Memorial Hospital for GPR training and decided to choose prosthodontics as her life-long specialty. After that, she worked part-time in a preclinical lab of fixed prosthodontics at her dental school, and worked full-time in a private clinic for three years. She is proud to have the most supportive parents, dearest sister and friends. She especially thanks her mentors at the dental school and her boss at the private clinic for their guidance and instructions, which helped her gain interest in prosthodontics. She is excited to join the graduate prosthodontics program at the University of Michigan.

 

Jennifer Suh
Dr. Suh was born in Seoul, South Korea and her family moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 1988. She completed her undergraduate training at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene. After graduation, she worked in private practice for two years and decided to pursue further training in dentistry at the Medical College of Georgia. There, her interest in Periodontics and Prosthodontics emerged and her decision to specialize in Prosthodontics solidified. She is ecstatic to start a new chapter in her life in Ann Arbor and she feels very fortunate to be surrounded by knowledgeable, amiable, and supportive professors and colleagues.

 

Paul Aubrey (VA)
Dr. Aubrey currently splits his time as a prosthodontic resident between the Univ. of Michigan and the VA Hospital in Detroit. He received his BA from the University of Iowa in 1982 and his DDS degree from The University of Iowa in 1987. He worked as a general dentist both as an associate and as a solo practicioner. Dr. Aubrey was a staff dentist at the VA Hospital in Battle Creek, MI from 2001 to 2004. Most recently he was a civilian staff dentist at Fort Leonard Wood Army Post in Missouri.