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As daily life around the country came to a sudden halt in March, UNLV rapidly reconfigured the rhythms of its day-to-day operations and lent its considerable expertise to fighting the virus in Nevada.
For students in Medicine, Nursing, and Dental Medicine, those furthest along heading to front lines while classmates cope with rearranged clinical work.
The director of clinical operations for the UNLV School of Dental Medicine says joining the school staff is like joining a family.
Donors are honored for their continuing support of the university and its programs.
School of Dental Medicine Alumnus of the Year Dr. Dayne Jensen went from a linebacker at Weber State to a decorated dentistry student to an accomplished plastic surgeon.
UNLV researchers offer a new treatment option for age-related gum disease.
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Oral surgeons around the valley can also resume non-urgent dental procedures. Alumnus Dr. Jesse Falk shared some of the precautions his practice has in place.
It’s unnaturally quiet these days on the UNLV campus, which normally would be swirling with students preparing for final exams coming.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said the state is ready to resume limited medical and dental procedures that had been put off during the spread of COVID-19. Part-time faculty member Dr. Steven Saxe shares his perspective.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s (NSHE’s) eight institutions have risen to help their local communities and state during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will receive an honorary doctoral degree from UNLV, the Nevada Board of Regents announced Thursday.
My mother was a nurse and always encouraged me to join the health care field. She taught me to care for people from the inside out. As I went to dental visits, I become more intrigued by the profession. Now, I love seeing my patients every six months and hearing about their lives and families.