Margaret M. Grisius, D.D.S.

Margaret Grisius, DDS

NIH NIDCR
Democracy One, Room 632
6701 Democracy Blvd
Bethesda, MD 20892-4878
United States

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Margaret Grisius is Director of the Oral & Comprehensive Health Program, which focuses on whole person and patient-oriented studies aimed at improving dental, oral and craniofacial health.

She received her dental degree from Georgetown University School of Dentistry followed by a General Practice Residency at the Washington, DC Veteran’s Administration Hospital and then a Geriatric Fellowship through the University of Pennsylvania Department of Geriatric Medicine and the Veteran’s Administration Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Grisius served as an officer in the US Public Health Service stationed at the NIH Clinical Center, where she completed an Oral Medicine Fellowship.

Prior to joining the Center for Clinical Research, Dr. Grisius was a faculty member in the Department of Oral Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and then returned to NIH as an Associate Investigator in the Salivary Gland Dysfunction/Sjogren’s Syndrome Clinic at the NIH Clinical Center.

Last Reviewed on
November 2023