This listing of academic opportunities is provided as a free service to the profession and the community.
Nova Southeastern University
College of Dental Medicine
3200 S. University Drive
Davie-Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328
Apply online: www.nsujobs.com
For more Info: email: email@example.com
Rank: Faculty TBD Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics
Requirements: DDS/DMD degree or equivalent. Certificate in Orthodontics from a CODA-accredited institution. Didactic & clinical orthodontic teaching experience, ABO-certified or ABO-eligible, Master of Science degree. Prefer minimum of one year experience supervising residents in clinical academic orthodontic dept. setting and PhD
Must apply online www.nsujob.com to position #995841 Include: cover letter, CV, 3 Ref Letters
School of Dentistry, University of Minnesota
515 Delaware St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Sherry Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor, Faculty rank commensurate with training & experience.
Require: DDS/DMD or equivalent. Completion advanced Orthodontic program, Hold/eligible MN dental license(or MN faculty license), work authorization in US by start of position, experience working with diverse patient base.
Medical University of South Carolina
James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine
Department of Orthodontics
173 Ashley Avenue, MSC 507
Contact: Shelley Garvin, Faculty Coordinator
843-793-3184 or email@example.com
Rank: Full Time, Academic Rank based on qualifications & commensurate with experience level.
Requirements: DMD, DDS, advanced Orthodontic training with ABO eligibility. Expertise in didactic & clinical teaching, patient care, scholarship & program administration. Opportunities available for Intramural faculty practice.
Submit Written Examination Questions to the American Board of Orthodontics
The Written Examination consists of multiple-choice questions related to the basic sciences, applied biomedical sciences, orthodontic theory, orthodontic practice, related dental disciplines and the orthodontic literature. Questions are developed from various sources by the ABO's Written Examination Committee. The committee formulates questions using the recommended reading list and referencing journals, textbooks and actual clinical case reports.
In order to keep the examination relevant to orthodontics as it is practiced today, the ABO solicits questions from educators and residents across the country. These questions are reviewed and refined by the examination committee and then added to the bank of questions. The goal is to have thousands of questions in order to write multiple examinations for the computerization process. We invite you to submit potential examination questions by following the path below:
Orthodontic Professionals > Advocates and Educators > Submit Written Exam Questions
The ABO would like to thank you in advance for taking the time to help increase the relevance and validity of the ABO Written Examination.
The ABO Written Examination Committee 401 North Lindbergh Blvd., Suite 300, St. Louis, MO 63141P: 314.432.6130 F: 314.432.8170