Dr. Jacques Nör
Dr. Ronald Heys
CRSE is one of 5 departments in the School of Dentistry and the one with the largest responsibility for DDS training. Within the department, there are a wide range of specialty and research foci. Our dental teaching activities include cariology, general dentistry, computerized dentistry, endodontics, dental public health, geriatric and special care dentistry, and applied biomaterials.
Graduate activities include 3-year Master's Degree programs in the field of Restorative Dentistry or Endodontics. We also offer a post-graduate program in Restorative Dentistry or Endodontics. The CRSE research activities include educational research, computerized dentistry research, clinical research, molecular biology, cancer biology, health disparities research, hard tissue research, pulp biology, and novel biomaterials.
At the moment, there are 32 full-time faculty and 71 adjunct faculty members. With all of our office staff, clinic staff, and research individuals, we are a family of ~130 total individuals.