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2003

Pain Research: Past, Present, and Future
(October 2003)
Ronald Dubner, DDS, PhDDr. Ronald Dubner has a long and distinguished career in pain research. He is credited with establishing the first interdisciplinary pain research team at the NIDCR during the early 1970s, and his studies have helped to lay the groundwork for defining the anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and genetics of pain. more...





Scientists Report New Leads in the Surprising Evolutionary Biology of a Common Oral Pathogen
(June 2003)
Daniel Fine, DMDDental researchers often say studies of the mouth may have important implications in other parts of the body. If ever there was a case in point, it’s research on a common oral pathogen with the tongue-twisting name of Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans. more...





Craniofacial Research: Scientists Report New Lead in Craniofacial Development
(January 2003)
Jill Helms, DDS, PhDRichard Schneider, PhDIn the 1830s, when Charles Darwin first visited the remote Galapagos Islands, he noticed something striking. Of the dozen or so species of finch that inhabited the islands each seemed to occupy its own unique ecological niche. Darwin speculated that each finch must have evolved highly specialized beaks that gave them a survival advantage over other species within their habitats. "Darwin's finches" are one of the most cited examples of natural selection, a cornerstone concept in modern biology. more... 



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