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This Month in Medical History – Harvard’s reason to smile

por Sean Ruck, Contributing Editor | July 22, 2016
From the July 2016 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine

As the school evolved, new programs were developed along with postdoctoral programs. Today, curriculum and fields of study include a number of postdoctoral programs, including degrees in oral biology, maxillofacial surgery, and advanced clinical training and research based around health care systems, health policy and biomedical sciences. Notable graduates from the early years of the dental school include Dr. Robert Freeman, class of 1869, who was the first black graduate, followed a year later by Dr. George Franklin Grant, Harvard University’s first black faculty member. Dr. Varaztad Kazanjian, a 1905 graduate, became Harvard’s first professor of plastic surgery and went on to build a name for himself in the field. It’s hard to imagine some readers only need to go back four or five generations to get to a time when one might have walked into a barbershop and asked for a little off the top and then pointed to a pesky tooth and asked to get that taken care of as well. To be fair, most of us wouldn’t want our dentist to give us a trim, either.

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