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We have A commitment THat GOes BEYOND dentistry.

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IT’s a calling To serve the greater good of humankind.

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DEAR FRIENDS, It is an honor to share with you our 2011 Annual Report. This new publication has been designed to provide all Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC community members a clear, multifaceted understanding of the state of our School. As the content in this report illustrates, the Ostrow School of Dentistry is a solid, influential institution and a vital part of USC. With a fully balanced annual operating budget of $105 million, the School ranks fifth among USC’s 19 academic institutions in financial size. Our faculty and staff are also involved in decision making at the University level, including the Budget Steering Committee and the dean search committee for the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. In the past few years, our School has undergone many positive changes, including a streamlined curriculum, an increase in our on-time graduation rate to more than 90 percent, dramatic improvements to clinical and educational facilities, and the recruitment of more expert faculty. Many of these great developments were made possible by the insight and support of alumni and friends. Guiding the Ostrow School of Dentistry is an immense responsibility that I and the other members of the School’s administrative team are privileged to bear. Thousands of alumni, current students, faculty and staff members, and friends of the School trust us to uphold this institution’s eminent reputation and prepare it for whatever the years ahead may bring. This enormous amount of trust further cements our commitment to transparency and clear communication at all times regarding issues and decisions that affect the School. I highly encourage all of you to stay in touch with the School; your questions, comments, and views are always deeply appreciated. I want to thank you for your involvement with and support of the Ostrow School of Dentistry as we continue on the path to a brilliant future.

Avishai Sadan, D.M.D.

Dean G. Donald and Marian James Montgomery Professor of Dentistry Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC

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This is a home For Visionaries.

Admissions We are privileged to entertain a large, dynamic pool of applicants. Our selection process is as much an art as it is a science. We look for potential, promise, and passion. We seek the scholar and the scientist, the clinician and the community health provider. We take extreme care to thoughtfully consider each application in its entirety using a whole-file review. In doing so, we want to learn what motivates applicants and what special gifts they might bring with them. We celebrate the full diversity of our students—variations in ethnicity, gender, and geographic background as well as thought, experience, and interests. Our goal is to ensure that all of our students are able to excel academically, socially, and culturally.

“I’m often asked what is so special about USC and the Dental School. The short answer—it’s the people. It’s our dedicated group of faculty and staff, our terrific alumni who bring us great distinction each day, and, of course, it’s our students who are so full of possibilities for the future.” Sandra Bolivar, J.D. Assistant Dean for Admissions, Minority and Student Life

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32 Students were admitted to the Advanced Standing Program for International dentists. DDS Admissions Applications received Students admitted Students with bachelor’s degrees Students with master’s degrees Students with doctor of medicine degrees

3,317 144 144 11 3,317 1

Dental Admission Test scores Academic Average 19.3 Science 19.2 Perceptual Ability Test 20.2

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Number of DDS applications received Number of students admitted

40 of 225

Of the 225 dental hygiene applications received, 40 students were admitted. USC’s dental hygiene program confers a bachelor’s upon its graduates. Only 15 percent of U.S. dental hygiene programs offer the four-year degree.

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LIST OF PROGRAMS • • • • • • •

Doctor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Science, Dental Hygiene Advanced Standing Program for International Dentists Master of Science, Craniofacial Biology Master of Science, Orofacial Pain/Oral Medicine Doctor of Philosophy, Craniofacial Biology Advanced Degrees: Endodontics, General Practice, Operative Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery/MD (combined program with Keck School of Medicine), Oral Medicine with an emphasis on Orofacial Pain, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, Prosthodontics

Endowed SCHOLARSHIPS We’re committed to ensuring eligible students have the financial aid necessary to pursue their educational goals. The following alumni, friends, and family members have gifted the Ostrow School of Dentistry with educational endowments, allowing us to provide scholarships for generations to come: Albert Colby Alex Koper Carl Rieder Century Club Charles V. Schutz Class of 1964 Dental Alumni Association Dental Hygiene Dr. Reynold L. and M. Vivian Foutz Dr. and Mrs. J.A. Slaughter Edward K. and Ginny O. Lew Friends of Dentistry G. Donald Montgomery George and Anne-Merelie Murrell

Guerrieri Family Guy Ho Graduate Orthodontic Herbert Benton Herbert Finley Memorial Howard M. Landesman John J. and Marcia L. Lytle Karl Hilton Young L. Hatcher Hughes Leslie and Nancy Christensen Louis and Erma Feldman Lourya K. Freeman M. Louise Jung Max Sosin

Norman R. Page Pellicciotti Ruth Van Zile School of Dentistry Shooshan Memorial Tarica Family Tracy Wong Violet Bonney Dental Hygiene Walter C. Harbart Memorial William E. Motley Wilma E. Motley Dental Hygiene Yoshio Yamaguchi/Academy for Excellence

“I was raised to be a Trojan! I was thrilled to be able to go to the same school as my family and continue the legacy. The faculty and student atmosphere here is amazing. It is an honor to go to Ostrow School of Dentistry.” Madeline Schenasi, DH ’13 Schenasi is the fourth generation of her family to attend the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC.

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at the heart of every discovery is the chance to improve a life.

Research For decades, the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC has been a driving force in the advancement of science. From improvements in clinical dental care and techniques to increased understanding of the intricacies of human development, the Ostrow School of Dentistry has consistently produced highly influential research that has shaped the field. The School’s research environment allows our brilliant faculty members to modernize the face of dentistry and provides students with opportunities for scientific engagement that enrich their education.

“Our research, and that of all of our colleagues here at the Ostrow School of Dentistry, is not solely about making discoveries and adding to the body of knowledge; it’s also about making a real difference in patients’ lives for generations to come.” Michael Melnick, Ph.D. Tina Jaskoll, Ph.D. Co-Directors, Ostrow School of Dentistry Laboratory for Craniofacial Developmental Genetics Jaskoll and Melnick authored a 2011 Experimental and Molecular Pathology article confirming that cytomegalovirus plays a role in causing salivary gland cancer.

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our faculty works tirelessly to advance the dental sciences and bring new discoveries onto the clinic floor.

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IT IS OUR duty to provide care to underserved communities.

Community Health In the 1960s, almost 40 years before the Surgeon General’s groundbreaking report on dental health care disparities, the Ostrow School of Dentistry was already tackling underserved communities. What began as a single clinic in Watts, Calif. has grown to a fleet of mobile dental clinics, fixed satellite clinics such as the USC-Union Rescue Mission on Los Angeles’ Skid Row, and a variety of school-based programs teaching children the importance of proper dental care. It is with these programs that we have reached nearly 65,000 patients in the past year alone and plan to continue providing dental care as long as it eludes so many.

“My passion is caring for women and children, teaching them, and helping them in any way I can. I am a strong believer that knowledge is power, and the more you know, the better your life will be.” Carmen Diaz Promotora Health Educator Ostrow School of Dentistry Community, Oral Health Programs Diaz was the recipient of the 2011 DENTSPLY/Harold Slavkin Oral Health Science Education Award from the Friends of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research.

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Established in 1968, we have the largest and longest operating mobile clinic in the nation.

our Community Dentistry Programs / Affiliated Clinics Our mobile dental vans and unique alliances with community service agencies allow us to bring greater dental care access to L.A.’s most underserved communities.

Urban mobile clinic sites Community service partnerships Neighborhood mobile dental van sites USC campuses Eagle Rock Hollywood

Westwood West Los Angeles

Silver Lake Echo Park Chinatown

La Brea Mid City

Boyle Heights

Mar Vista Venice

Playa Del Rey

Hyde Park LAX

El Segundo

Watts Compton

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80 percent

Eighty percent of our 2011 graduates report community health programs as one of the greatest assets in preparing them to practice dentistry. We strive to foster this commitment to community service in all our graduates.

SEVEN Million

In 2011, our community-based programs provided dental care to nearly 65,000 patients. These services totaled more than $7 million.

10,000 Children

Our mobile dental clinics address the oral health care needs of nearly 10,000 children from urban and rural low-income communities each year.

With tens of thousands living on the streets of Downtown L.A., USC operates one of the only dental school-operated clinics in the nation specifically addressing the oral health care needs of the homeless.

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We refine the 21st century dental professional with our vast catalog of continuing education courses. CONTINUING EDUCATION Each year, the Ostrow School of Dentistry Office of Continuing Education is a top choice for dental professionals around the world. Through a series of lectures, hands-on workshops, national and international symposia, and distance-learning courses, our 120-plus instructors provide dental professionals the opportunity to attain the excellence and high standards noted by the industry. Whether dental professionals are looking to collect credits for licensure or are hoping to strengthen their skills, the Office of Continuing Education is the place to stay apace in an ever-changing world.

“I have a love for knowledge and want to progress in the field as much as I can. The quality of the courses at the Ostrow School of Dentistry is definitely above standard. The courses are evidence-based and take into account various perspectives of experienced clinicians.” Omid Vatankhahan, DDS ’01 Vatankhahan took home a Lifelong Learner Award last year for earning 233 continuing education units in the past three years.

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the ostrow school of dentistry offers More than 100 continuing education courses each year.

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Accessibility is the cornerstone of prevention.

PATIENT CARE At the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC we provide a wide range of oral health services at affordable rates. From routine check-ups and cleanings in our dental hygiene clinic to in-depth dental treatment in our nine specialty clinics, the Ostrow School of Dentistry provides dental care to a population who might not otherwise have access to the dentist’s chair.

“CAD/CAM [computer-aided design and computeraided manufacturing] allows the dentist to perform true ‘digital’ dentistry. Pictures can be taken of a prepared tooth, or multiple teeth, and restorations can be fabricated in less than 20 minutes. CAD/CAM is the future of dentistry. We want to prepare our students not just for the present, but for the future.” Richard Lin, DDS ’02, PROS ’08 Assistant Professor of Clinical Dentistry The School has 27 CAD/CAM units, giving students the opportunity for substantial hands-on experience with the technology.

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We are committed to investing every dollar strategically to have the greatest impact.

Even as higher-education costs rise, the Ostrow School of Dentistry is dedicated to curbing tuition increases to continue recruiting the best and brightest students. To that end, we rely on a greater variety of channels to cover the School’s operating budget. One area of targeted growth in 2012 is alumni giving. The reasons nearly 20 percent of our alumni say they financially support the school vary. Some want to support future Trojans. Others want to ensure we continue providing greater dental health care access to underserved communities. Whatever the reason, we strategically invest our resources to have the greatest impact on our school and its student clinicians.

2011 Revenue Breakdown 73% Tuition 14% Clinics 5% Gift and grant support 3%  Continuing professional oral health education 5% Other

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OVER 106 MILLION Our revenues for 2011 exceeded $106 million.

FIFTH LARGEST

We have the fifth largest operating budget among all USC academic units at more than $105 million per year.

Continued GROWTH Since 2009, Ostrow School of Dentistry’s operating budgets and revenues have grown by more than 10 percent.

The accompanying consolidated financial information on the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC is audited annually by Ernst & Young in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States. More fiscal year data about USC and the Ostrow School of Dentistry’s finances may be found by visiting http://about.usc.edu/facts.

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having Three ways to give Makes it easy for anyone to bring us one step closer to perfection.

Donor and Alumni Relations Since 1897, the School has relied on the generosity of alumni, friends, corporations, and foundations to position itself as one of the top dental schools in the nation. Now, more than ever, philanthropic funding is essential to sustain this important 115-year legacy. Through strong, strategic investments in student scholarships, faculty recruitment and retention, community outreach and patient care, and facility maintenance, the Ostrow School of Dentistry strives to maintain and build upon our excellence well into the future.

100 percent of your gift supports the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC. All gifts are directed by donor interest.

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Planned Giving A planned gift is a one-time, major donation allowing donors an opportunity to make a large impact on the Ostrow School of Dentistry. The planned-gift process can take up to three months from start to finish. 100 percent of your gift stays within the School. 1. Donor reviews assets (e.g., estate, vacation homes) and chooses to make a planned gift. 2. Donor meets with USC Planned Giving Office to explore beneficial options such as charitable remainder trust, annuities, and/or life pledge. 3. The USC Planned Giving Office drafts documents to support gift parameters and objectives. 4. Donor is recognized now for a future gift made to the School. 5. Acknowledgement of gift (for tax purposes) is similar to annual giving.

PLEDGE A pledge is a donation paid to the dental school over several years. It can take up to two weeks to process a pledge. 100 percent of the gift stays within the School. 1. Donor is interested in giving Ostrow School of Dentistry a large gift that he or she prefers to make over time (typically five years or less) and not in one lump sum. 2. The Office of Development and Alumni Relations drafts pledge paperwork for documentation purposes. 3. Donor and School sign paperwork. 4. Donor is recognized for pledge gift now and at completion of pledge. 5. Acknowledgement of gift (for tax purposes) is similar to annual giving.

ANNUAL Giving An annual gift is money used to help the school immediately. The process for an annual gift can take two to four weeks to complete. 1.

T here are two ways for our alumni and friends to make an annual donation: sending a check in the mail or making a contribution online. 2a. Donor sends a check to the Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, Office of Development and Alumni Relations, 925 W. 34th St., Room 202, Los Angeles, Calif., 90089-0641. 2b. Donor visits https://giveto.usc.edu, clicks on “I am making a new gift” and chooses “Please direct my gift to a specific school or program indicated below,” selecting the USC Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry. Donor completes form with contact information, credit card number, and can name his or her gift in honor or memory of someone. 3. The Office of Development sends a postcard to donor, acknowledging the gift. 4. Once the University deposits it, donor receives a gift receipt. Donors should keep gift receipts for their tax records.

Questions? Contact the Office of Development & Alumni Relations at (213) 740-0428 or ostrow.development@usc.edu.

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OUR 2011 DONORS: $1,000,000 And up Wesley Fieth Trust

$300,000 - $999,999 Ellis A. Cahn Estate

$150,000 - $299,999 Biomet 3i Corp.

$50,000 - $149,999

Fred T. Barry Trust Wayne G. Bemis Colgate-Palmolive Company Good Hope Medical Foundation Edward K. Lew Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Foundation Proactive Oral Solutions, Inc. Procter & Gamble Company Carol Gomez Summerhays

$25,000 - $49,999

Ralph B. and Sigrid Allman Jr. Lawrence J. Bailey California Society of Pediatric Dentistry Foundation Robert and Cindy Hambleton James Irvine Foundation

$10,000 - $24,999

John M. Aschieris Howard and Margaret Burns Gary and Anne Carlsen John Aun Chao Darren W. and Sandra Chu David W. and Laraine Eggleston Robert F. and Anne Emigh Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation Robert W. Fry Joel A. and Karen B. Goldenberg Gary Robert Harmatz George J. Higue Trust Johnson & Johnson Gloria June Kaplan Sung O. Kim L.A. Care Health Plan Edward D. Maggiore Trust Wayne Sachio Nakamura Michael E. Ross Melvin and Judith Rowan Eddy S. and Nancy Shea Cherilyn G. Sheets and Mark Moehlman Tim K. and Annie Siu Frank K. and Sandra Yorita

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$5,000 - $9,999

American Dental Hygienists Association Samir Khalil Batniji Candulor USA William Y. Chen Santos Cortez Frank T. Curry Kenneth C. and Victoria Ho Craig H. Johnson Ray Kuwahara Michael W. Long Michael T. C. Ma James W. and Gail L. Mellert Randall D. Morita Abdi Sameni Elmer O. Yoshida

$2,500 - $4,999

Scott R. and Lee A. Adishian Jong-Gill Ahn Seiji Aruga Robert Davis Bills Edward Ruiz Cainglit Jeffery Lee Foltz John Michael and Kathleen Ann Fowle Toshiki Fujii Shinichi Fukuda Mitsuaki Furuya Stan A. Hanes Tomoya Hattori Kenichiro Hayashi Yumiko Hayashi Akiko Hayata Yasushi Hojo Yutaka Ikeda Kyoichiro Imai Kazunori Kasahara Koh Kimura Nobuhiko Kishino Yoh Kusakawa Lytle, Tate & Stamper Carol E. Martin Mark N. Montgomery Anne-Merelie Murrell Toshihiro Nakatsuka Junko Narushima Katsuhiko Otsuki Seiichi Ryoki Taketomo Sai Akemi Sakai Hirohide Sasaki Tomonori Sasaki Robert Shuken James H. and Helen L. Simon Kent Taira Hiroaki Takada Donald P. Tormey Junichi Watanabe Dennis and Dale Weiss

$1,000 - $2,499

Sigmund Abelson Bob K. and Cheryl Avakian Arthur E. and Barbara H. Babcock Wilson Baugh Jr. Jack Bayramyan John Robert Bottala Dean Bu California Community Foundation Chethan Chetty Colgate Speakers Bureau Martin C. Courtney Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP Patricia K. Donnelly Donald C. Dornan Megan Drake George T. Goodis Richard Green Richard S. Hambleton G. Hartzell & Son Inc. Mark Heiss Nancy Irwin Michael A. Jones Gregory D. Kaplan Shigeru and Shirley Kawanami Kerr Corporation Daniel G. Kline Howard M. Landesman Tamlyn S. Lee Janet Lent and Ethan B. Lipton David F. Levine Richard Lin James Frederick Loos Luitpold Pharmaceuticals John J. and Marcia Lytle David R. Maahs Manuel E. Macias Elizabeth Mallen Jerald Mark Medway Raymond and M. Diane Melrose Jay Monsef Robert A. Moulthrop Sorin N. Muntean Samuel T. and Mary K. Naito Foundation Nick M. Nguyen Northpark Dental Patterson Dental Supply, Inc. Donald A. Pepper Adrine Reganian Raymond Ricci Carl Rieder Avishai Sadan Ken Keiji and Rosalie Miwako Sakaida Sumalee Sangsurasak Tony and Yana Sedler Dennis E. Shamlian Gary G. Solnit

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$500 - $999

Marc Louis and Vivien L. Alexander David W. Alfaro Anas O. Aloum Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity Nancy L. Andrews Daniel B. and Leslie Armistead Parviz Azarmehr and Han Young Pak Mark Baird Joseph John and Janice L. Beierle Robert J. Berkenmeier and Janice M. Sugiyama R. T. Boswell Daniel Brigham Steven B. Brown Stanton R. and Janet Canter Matthew C. Cheung Roy Chinn Katherine Maryoung Cope Robert D. Cushnie Albert A. Cutri Terence E. Donovan Alan Edwin Fujimoto Dino Gharibian Bao-Thy Ngoc Grant Sajid Jivraj Steven Kallman Iftikhar A. and Teresa M. Khan Terry Lim Ann M. Lyles Christopher Mastin John D. McQuillen Verner R. Naito Ofelia B. Perez Robert E. Reed Thomas H. Risbrudt Ernest S. Salazar Christine Frauchiger Sanchez Victor Stuart Sands Gerard W. Schneider Herbert T. Shillingburg Jr. Albert Solnit Jay Allan Solnit Tomio Takeshita Corry L. Timpson Arman Torbati Khanh T. Tran Allen M. Zatkin Anonymous

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Ronald Aanerud Loris Abedi Thomas E. Abts Charles K. Alder April L. Alford Bassem Alkatib David Alley Kathleen H. Alvarez Rina Ambaram Anne B. Ambrogi Emad Ammar Mark A. Amundsen Keith A. and Laureen Anderson Mary Asmus Anderson Stephen David and Diane Parker Andrew Jill Angle Melanie Archer Richard Lester Ardis Lupe Arevalo Beverly Fujiu Ariyasu Jeffrey E. Arkelian Jean Pierre Arnoux Justin S. Ashton Don C. Atkins III Mark Avetoom Catherine M. Avila Norman Avrech Justina Q. Azcueta Jamshid Azizzadeh Armen and Shake Baghdasarian Hyun Ju Bak Barbara R. Baker-Ayares Frances R. Bakkers Jack E. Bamesberger Paulette Sather Banks Robert Arthur Bard Donald Monroe and Helen J. Bare Colin W. and Vivian O. Barkley William L. Barnard Esta Wheeler Barnes Robert W. Barrett Rosalind Bassell Barrie Anthony and Sheila Bartolic Jim T. Baugh Bruce F. Beard Ann B. Beaudette David H. Bellows Brian N. Beres Dana M. Berliner Carol Newberger Bernstein Brent L. Beyak Beatriz M. Biederman Lynne T. Biglow John B. Blanton Lois Bloom Kory W. Blythe Gerald and Deborah Boden Sandra A. Bolivar Elaine D. Bolle Gary C. Borge Betty Lou Borland John Bortolussi

Elaine Miller Bradford William B. Brady Adam Jay Brand Carol N. Breslin Britt Family Trust Edwin G. Broffman Linda Jeanne Brookman Gregory Matthew Brooks William M. Brooks Trust Halbert C. Browder Augusto Brown Henry A. Brown Jack I. Brown John C. Brown Arlene A. Brownson J. Sterling Bryan George H.K. Bryant Grant Burdick William J. Busacca Robert Xiaopang Cai Timothy A. and Pamela A. Caligiuri David Campbell Jean Campbell Karen L. Campbell-Liput Don F. Carlos Annette Carrillo Janette E. Carroll Michael Stephen Casagrande Paul J. Casale Patrick Y. Challita Steven C. Chan Peggy J. Chandler Roy H. Chang Su-Wen Chang Gerald L. Chapman Richard L. and Elizabeth F.D. Charnley Winston Chee and Tina M. Siu Ting-Fong Chen R.K. Chetty Cynthia Sze Mun Cheung Linda M. Chiang Tina Chin Vernon Chinen Clayton V. Ching Karen Cho Richard Young Cho Steven B. Chou Paul R. Christen Gordon J. and Rella P. Christensen Ted Christensen Randall B. and Virginia B. Christison Neal J. Chu Daniel T. Chung Robert M. Cisneros Eric S. and Debra Jan Citron Michael J. Clapper Rosalie Brooks Clark Colleen Clauss Charles E. Claypool Craig and Kathleen Wood Clifford Paige D. Cline

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Herbert Roy Fawcett Dace Neilis Felton Jane Bresee Fergus Silvio A. and Antoinette Filippelli Deborah H. Finegold Cynthia R. Fineman Thomas W. Firth Bryan D. Fisch Stephen D. Fisher Frank L. Flores John and Colleen Floryan Robert V. Fontanesi Kay Cutler Ford George B. Fox Steven D. Fraker Gail C. Frank Mark Fratrik Frank Fratto Josie D. Freeman G. Wayne Frost Maria Fu Mary Helen Fukuda Alice R. Fukui Michael Fulbright Catherine Fung Cindy Fung Louise Fung John Furesh Richard Furuichi Richard A. Gagne Dennis R. and Gail Galanter Virgil Lee Galey Jeffrey Allen Gardner Calvin L. Garland Marilyn L. Garstang-Campoy Rosendo Garza Bernard R. Gavron Robert B. Gerber Timothy D. and Consuelo P. Germann Andy Giang Mark Giannini Bruce W. Gibson Douglas Gilio Peggy Jo Gilkerson Janet E. Gilmore Golshid Gohari Cheryl D. Goldasich Diane Goldenring Jon Goldstein Morton Goldstein Christine A. Goodfellow David M. Goodwill Wayne A. and Nancy K. Gouvion Eber Richard Graham James Earl Gray Johnny P. Graziano Carol Green Karen E. Green Veronica Greene Albert Grosnick Edwin Donald Gross Don F. and Linda R. Groth Richard N. and Judy Gubler Ronald A. Guzman Jeffery W. Hadley Elizabeth Anne Hagan

Christian Wolfram Hahn Sara M. Hale Carol S. Hall Kathleen Daniels Hall Kelvin W. Hall Lloyd E. Hall Carol K. Hamilton Ken Harada Irwin Harris Wyatt A. Harris Victoria E. Hartman Hiroyasu Hataoka Mary T. Hawkes Heller, Broida & Eisenberg Accountancy Corporation Carla M. Herrera Gary Howard Hess Richard Edward Heyes Regina Hicks Marion F. Hillman Charles T. and Mary F. Hinkle Jo Ann Maehara Hirose Stuart J. Hoffman Jane H. Holland Gregory W. Holve William L. and Evelyn Holve Ruth Holzgreen Steven Hom Joanne P. Hood Teri Jamieson Hoops Bryan L. Horspool Richard F. Hover Richard Eugene Hoyt Arthur L. Hudson Lilian W. Hung Herbert M. and Judith Hyman Rex and Lucille Ingraham Innovative Dental Technologies James Smith Isom Mary Jacoub-Kelliny Carl Joseph James Alan Johnson G. Warren Johnson Paul Wesley Johnson Robyn Johnson John Richard Jones Donita Marie Joseph Barbara Gay Joujon-Roche Michael Louis Kadera Beth Antoinette Kageyama Mark S. Kahn Richard and Judy Kahn Ronald E. Kaiden Lily S. Kang Judy L. Karinen Steven Katz Nathan G. Kaufman George Kawahara George Kawakami Karl and Jean Kawakami Janet D. Kazanjian Donald Joseph Keith Cynthia K. Kelly Noel Kelsch Boris Keselbrener Steve H. Kigawa Alen Crystal Kim John Kim

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William M. and Maureid Luxford M. Hebbard Mac Arthur Xenia Mackauf Jeanette Kappa Maclean K.W. Madsen Nolan Y. Maehara Kambiz Mahdavi Chaulinh C. Mai Michael C. Maksimczyk Stanley F. and Beverly C. Malamed Ronald P. Malouf Alan L. Manheim Stephen F. Mann Eugene V. Manusov Grant E. Marcum Bertha Marshall Stephen F. Marshall David R. Martin David Richard Martin Herbert G. Martin Sandra B. Matranga Fred H. Matsumoto Helen Halloran Matthews Josephine I. Maurice Mark F. Maxwell David and Barbara J. Mayeda Richard Alan Mays Roderic P. McChesney Robert A. McClintock II Patricia Redden McClure Helen McCracken Annette Sue McFarlane Ann Austin McGilvray John B. and Barbara Healy McGuire Sally Ellen McKenzie Eileen E. McMinn Robert Ken Mehlman William C. Merkel Living Trust Orville L. Mestad Charles A. and Kathryn M. Meyer Elaine Meyer Virginia Meyers David W. Miller S. Gordon Miner Cedric Minkin Nancy Lueder Misra Albert Mizrahi Ali Modarres Charles E. Moggia Robert G. Mokbel Tito Molina Sonya Ann Molle Vicki L. Montana Douglas A. Morehouse Shawn H. Morimoto Janet Fukuda Morita Lianne Y. Morita Florence Morton Horace Eugene and Diana D. Moses John Frederick and Mary J. Muff Neena Mukkamala Joe Bruce Mullen

Michael Mulvehill III Floyd James Munson Donna A. Murphey Reiko Nagamatsu Sharon K. Nagasaki Marc K. Nakamura Melanie Ann Jaugan Navarro Martha A. Neil Jeannie M. Nelson Victoria White Newcomer Huy Tuan Ngo Helen Nguyen Manuel P. Nguyen Pauline Nguyen Tri M. Nguyen Stephen Nicholson Raymond Nizibian Mary T. Noguchi Shahram Nourian Dennis Paul Nutter Christopher Oates Dennis Michael O’Brien Alexandra Elizabeth Ochi Lane Ochi Edwin and Lindsey M. O’Farriell Patricia Masako Okada David H. Okawachi Richard B. Oliver June Hedge Olney Cindy O’Loughlin Eugene A. Olson Amanda Rosa Olvera Blanca E. Ornelas Karen Yagura Osaki Lisa Ezumi Oshiro Larry Ostenberg Donna Ostman Alfred Otero Jr. Tatevik Ovasapyan Sharon Page Barbara Raymond Pampalone Danielle Dallas Parker Leonor Sanchez Parrish Judith L. Parton Michael R. Pashley Stephen L. Pasternak Gordon and Anna Matsuishi Pattison Arthur N. Pedersen Anthony L. and Diane Perez Theresa Jones Perry John W. Persons Joyce L. Petteway Carol Huong Pham Cheryl K. Phillips Frances Clare Pinkley Virgil A. Pinkley William M. Pivaroff and Gay Marie Halloran Diane Pizza Helen Pointer William James Polis Jeanne Kaye Porush Craig R. Potter Lorraine Sue Potter Bill J. Potts Nora R. Prescott

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James E. Shenberg Wesley M. Sherman John Richard Sibley Emily Susan Siegmann Irvin B. Silverstein Joseph R. Simaie Robert L. Simon La Shanda Sabrina Sims Richard T. Sinclair Charles L. Siroky Family Trust Ward B. Skinner Robert Loren Smeton Donna Smith Lorrie Smith Preston Lyle Smith Robert D. and Nancy Herold Smith Peter T. Smrecek James P. Snodgrass Gilbert H. Snow Lawrence L. Solig Timothy L. Somerville Erik Southers John A. Spear Phyllis Joy Speek Duane E. Spencer Gerrard Spencer Helene E. Steele William G. and Stacey B. Stephens Wilson Craver Stockey Daniel Stringer Marylou G. Strother Jayne Stubbendorff Jeffrey Sugar Hong Sun T. Shaun Sutherland Arthur L. Swanson Cyrus Tahmasebi Christine N. Takatani June Nakawatase Takei Renu Tan Tsai-Hua Tan Sakae Tanaka David A. Tanner Stephen J. Tanner Richard Tarantino Trust Samuel R. Tarica Thomas E. Tate Daniel M. Taylor John Anthony Thomas R. Bruce Thomas Van Roger Tibbetts Albert H. Tjan Richard K. Toguchi Jr. John H. Tookey Hillard L. and Nancy G. Torgan Dustin J. Torres Charles P. Tozzer Kha-My T. Tran Quynh Ngoc Tran Philip A. Trask Nikitas J. Tripodes Edward Tritico John H. Trotter Jeanne K. Tsujimoto

Roger H. Tubbesing Bradford G. Tucker Donald L. and M. Judy Tuverson Leon Frank Unterman Gary Alan Uriu Robert N. Ustrich Roy R. Valantine Gerald Lee Vale Oscar E. and Patrice Valenzuela Angie Van Every Virginia Van Osdel Lois H. Velasco Vident Gregory Jay and Lorena Vigoren Joseph P. Voorhees Donald P. Voss Denise Wahl Milan S. Wakefield II Jonell Potter Walker Karla Sloan Wall Lawrence J. Warner Lori J. Watase Ansel Watrous Edward A. Watson Mikelle L. Watson Dean I. Webb Fred Weiner Stephen Weisberg Arthur W. Weiss Alice Somers Weit William F. Werner Amy Hsieh West John F. and Sydney F. Whitaker Jr. William B. White Edward P. Wicorek Steven R. Wilbur Frank J. Wilkinson Jon Wilks Stephen D. and Alana K. Willens Kent William and Lynn P. Wilson James Peter and Victoria Witcher Ronald Gilbert Wolf Allen King Wong Grace Wong Mark Wong Stephen K. Wu Andrew B. Wurtz Eugene T. Yamaguchi Koji Yamakawa Hideo Yamane Dennis-Duke Yamashita Daniel S. Yanagihara Roy T. and Regina Yanase Shun-Yao Yang Michael Reginald Yap Karl Yauch Edward and Grace S. Yoon Kouji Yoshida Homayoun and Mina Hossein Zadeh Anonymous

PHOTOGRAHY: Phil Channing / Pages 1-18. John Skalicky / Pages 1,2,11,19.

Robert W. Prince Louis Prusa Anil P. Punjabi Larry Lynn Quarles Jennifer Que Ana Linette Quiambao-Arce Darrell B. Quirici Guity Rabbani Virginia Berg Raine David J. Ramocinski Clark B. Rampton Niki B. Rapattoni Gerald B. Raphael Teri Redman Nancy Knowles Reed Beth L. Reisinger-Thies Patricia S. Reynolds Sun Ki Rhee Brian J. and Gabrielle E. Rice Sandra Kaye Rich Kimberly A. Rickard Mark J. Riedler Frieda Rivin Gary Nicholas and Judy Packard Robinson Jeffrey R. Rockholm Rafael A. Roges David Keith Romberg Deborah Kunin Rome Robin Chernock Rome Kay Rosati Ann Rose Valerie Cook Rosen Ronald E. Rosenblatt John Bailey Ross Robert M. Rossi Richard K. Rounsavelle Ronald Dean Rowe Peter A. Russo David E. and Phyllis Ryan Fatemeh S. Sadrieh Cara Saffro Dennis and Julie Saffro Ronald R. and Freda F. Sahara Khurshidakhon Saidkariev R.F. Saldamando Jr. Lillian D. Salis Alan Samuel Annet Sarkissian Daniel S. Schechter Dennis H. Schipke Hugo Victor Schmidt Michael Lewis Schneir Steven E. Schonfeld Sherri Exler Schreiber Melvyn S. Schwarz Sandra Schwien James R. Scott John Daniel Scott Paymon Parish Sedghizadeh Janice Seely Kim Packard Sennes Edward Shaffer Anita M. Shanahan Nancy Carol Sharpe Peter Sheerin Al M. Sheldon

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EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP Dean

Board of Councilors Members

Avishai Sadan, D.M.D.

Dr. Scott Adishian Chair, Ostrow School of Dentistry Dental Alumni Association Dr. Ralph B. Allman Chair, Board of Councilors Dr. John M. Aschieris Dr. Robert K. Avakian Dr. Wayne G. Bemis Dr. Vivian W. Chui Chair, Friends of Dentistry Dr. David W. Eggleston Mr. Paul Guggenheim Dr. Gary Harmatz Mr. Kingdon Hughes Dr. Boris Keselbrener President, Century Club Dr. Edward K. Lew Dr. John J. Lytle Dr. Baldwin W. Marchack Dr. Gerald W. McClellan Mrs. Diane Melrose Dr. Avishai Sadan Dean, Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC Dr. Abdi Sameni Executive Member-at-Large, USC Board of Governors Dr. Cherilyn G. Sheets Dr. Carol Summerhays Dr. Derick Tagawa Dr. Mark E. Tarica Ms. Linda Tarrson Dr. Frank Yorita

Associate Deans Sigmund Abelson, D.D.S., M.S. Clinical Affairs Yang Chai, D.D.S., Ph.D. Research Florence Clark, Ph.D., OTR/L Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy James Gordon, Ed.D., PT Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy Roseann Mulligan, D.D.S., M.S. Community Health Programs and Hospital Affairs Mahvash Navazesh, D.M.D. Academic Affairs and Student Life Ilan Rotstein, D.D.S. Continuing Education

Division Chairs Casey Chen, D.D.S., Ph.D. Division of Periodontology, Diagnostic Sciences, and Dental Hygiene Florence Clark, Ph.D., OTR/L Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Malcolm Snead, D.D.S., Ph.D. Division of Biomedical Sciences Sillas Duarte, D.D.S., Ph.D. Division of Restorative Sciences James Gordon, Ed.D., PT Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy Roseann Mulligan, D.D.S., M.S. Division of Dental Public Health and Pediatric Dentistry Ilan Rotstein, D.D.S. Division of Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and Orthodontics

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Honorary Board of Councilors Members Dr. John P. Lehman Dr. Annie Siu

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