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M A RQU ET TE UN I VERSI T Y

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

FACTS & FIGURES 2019

marquette.edu/dentistry


FACTS, FIGURES AND PURPOSE

2019

GRADUATES WHAT’S NEXT

SERVING OUR COUNTRY

Our Facts & Figures 2019 provides a snapshot of significant Marquette University School of Dentistry information — information that shows our impact. What’s behind this data and what drives it is and has always been our mission. As part of the university, we look beyond boundaries to embrace new and collaborative methods of teaching, learning, research and service, all while promoting the well-being of humankind. Marquette dentists embody the Jesuit mission, providing care to the underrepresented and underserved. In the Milwaukee area alone, we provide oral health care with an estimated $16.0 million annually, with 43 percent of our patients living below the federal poverty level. But our commitment to caring for others extends statewide as well, and each year our students visit patients in rural and underserved areas throughout Wisconsin. Our Facts & Figures 2019 details our service on the back page. We must also prepare our students to become practitioners who will advance the profession. With an increased focus on research and real-world applications, a Marquette dentist carries forth our mission of excellence, faith, service and leadership.

Navy — 5 • Air Force — 1 • Army — 2 WORKING IN PUBLIC SERVICE

Fellowship — 3 Community Health Centers (FQHC) — 6 IN GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Periodontics — 1 • Pediatric Dentistry — 4 Oral Surgery — 2 • Orthodontics — 5 POSTGRAD General Practice Residency — 12 AEGD — 2 67% of those who were Wisconsin residents at admission remained in the state to practice.

GETTING IN ADMISSIONS

2,316

100

APPLICATIONS FROM 48 STATES + 6 FOREIGN COUNTRIES

STUDENTS ENROLLED 47 men | 53 women

Dean William K. Lobb D.D.S., M.S., M.P.H. ND WI MI PA

IA CA

IL CO

IN

VA

MO

WHERE OUR STUDENTS COME FROM

OH

TN

NC

AL TX

Dubai


INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE PHILANTHROPY

Top 5 States for Contributions* (not including Wisconsin)

FY19 NEW COMMITMENTS:

TOTAL

$2,159,874 819 GIFTS 691 DONORS

Illinois Ohio Michigan California Maryland

$120,317 $60,215 $58,746 $58,235 $51,010

Top 5 States Alumni Located*

Bottom 5 States Alumni Located*

Wisconsin California Florida Illinois Arizona

District of Columbia Delaware West Virginia US Virgin Isl. Vermont

2,483 305 288 279 157

4 3 3 3 1

*Since Marquette has been keeping records

ADVANCING THE PROFESSION RESEARCH

49

scholarly papers and book chapters published by faculty and students in 2019

41

faculty/ student research presentations at IADR in Vancouver

IN 2019, DR. LOBAT TAYEBI PUBLISHED Applications of Biomedical Engineering in Dentistry

2

funded NIH grants

Springer

Tayebi, C. Okunseri

Her first book, “Biomaterials for Oral and Dental Tissue Engineering” 2017, Eds: Tayebi and Moharamzadeh, was singled out as the #1 Biomaterials book as rated by BookAuthority, an independent authority on rating non fiction books.

1

3

funded corporate grants

funded foundation grant

Tayebi, Dentino


MARQUETTE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY CLINICS

SERVING WISCONSIN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

MARQUETTE-OPERATED MILWAUKEE CLINICS:

17,478

– Chippewa Valley Technical College – Peter Christensen Dental Clinic – Ministry Dental Center – Tri-County Community Dental Clinic – Community Dental Clinic — North – Community Dental Clinic — South – School of Dentistry Clinic

PATIENTS SERVED

94,904

7

2 Lac du Flambeau

PATIENT VISITS

CLINICAL SITES IN WISCONSIN

$16,012,600 VALUE OF DENTAL SERVICES PROVIDED

1 Map showing number of patients by county who were served by Marquette University School of Dentistry students during FY19

538

3

1,063

4

1–10

493

11–50 51–100 101–400 401–1,000 >1,000

WISCONSIN CHILDREN SERVED IN PREVENTIVE SEALANT PROGRAMS

393

5

4,638 DENTAL SCREENINGS 8,851

DENTAL SEALANTS

8,179 FLUORIDE VARNISHES

1,548

6

7

10,512 670

RURAL OUTREACH*

7,295

PATIENTS SERVED, UNDUPLICATED

10,442

EDUCATION. COMMUNITY. SERVICE.

TOTAL PATIENT VISITS

Our students and faculty participate in numerous service projects to help educate and provide oral health care in communities throughout Wisconsin. Here is just a sample of the areas in which they donate their time: Children’s dental sealants >> Health literacy and senior care >> Screenings and care for children through Head Start and Give Kids a Smile >> Sensitization preparedness for children with autism >> Providing oral health education at health fairs organized by community organizations, schools and churches >> Providing treatment for developmentally and physically challenged adults >> Treatment for the homeless population >> Screenings for Special Olympics athletes

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Marquette Dentistry Facts and Figures 2019  

Marquette Dentistry Facts and Figures 2019

Marquette Dentistry Facts and Figures 2019  

Marquette Dentistry Facts and Figures 2019