Gerald D. Fox
Visiting Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Gerald D. Fox, visiting assistant professor, joined UNLV School of Dental Medicine as a volunteer with the Clinical Sciences department during May 2010 and became a full-time faculty member during January 2011.
Dr. Fox is the course director of foundations in fixed prosthodontics, and supervises students during clinical and simulation laboratory courses. He also volunteers during the school community outreach clinics, including the Sgt. Ferrin Veterans Clinic.
Dr. Fox’s research focuses on the changing nature of fixed prosthodontics as a response to the advances in CAD/CAM technology.
He earned his bachelor’s in biology from Brooklyn College, and his doctorate from Temple University. He also earned a mastership designation and received the prestigious Lifetime Learning and Service Recognition Award from the Academy of General Dentistry.
DDS : 1972 : Temple University School of Dentistry, Philadelphia, PA
BS : 1968 : Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY