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Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine

Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics

635 Albany Street, Suite 754

Boston, MA 02118

Email applications to:

Rank: Clinical Assistant/Clinical Associate Professor

Requirements: DMD/DDS degree or equivalent. Certificate of training in Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics from an accredited postodoctoral program. 1-3 years teaching experience in academic setting. Eligibility for licensure in the Commonwealth of MA.

Must submit: CV, letter of interest, statement of career goals and academic interest, and leadership goals, and a statement of diversity, equity, and inclusion; 3 references with full contact information, including emails (contact pending permission).

Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Department of Developmental Biology, Division of Orthodontics

188 Longwood Ave

Boston, MA 02115

For more info contact:

Position # 10035

Apply online:

Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor/Program Head, Advanced Graduate Orthodontics

Requirements: Candidates must possess a DMD or DDS degree from a CODA accredited dental school or equivalent, current or eligible for ABO certification, eligible for dental licensure in Massachusetts. Must be able to demonstrate background of clinical innovation and/or research in the field of Orthodontics. Must also demonstrate experience in teaching and clinical instruction and in related areas at advanced graduate level. Qualifications should include documented scholarly activity and/or clinical skills.

Include Cover Letter, CV, 2 publications, names of 3 references.

Position # 10016

Apply online:

Include Cover Letter, CV, 2 publications, names of 3 references.

Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor

Requirements: Dental Degree (DMD or DDS) from CODA accredited dental school or equivalent and be eligible for dental licensure in Massachusetts. Advanced Graduate Training/Full ABO Certification preferred. 3 years academic experience a plus.

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine

110 Bergen St.

Newark, NJ 07101

Apply online:

Posting Number: 21FA1514

For more info email Mr. Christian Cardenas at:

Rank: Clinical Assistant Professor (Part-Time, 2-days per week).

Requirements: DDS/DMD from an accredited institution. Completion of an advanced education program in orthodontics at an institution accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation, and eligibility for licensure in New Jersey. American Board of Orthodontics certification and previous teaching and research activity are highly desirable. Must apply online and upload CV.

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


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.

The University of Washington

Department of Orthodontics, School, of Dentistry

1959 NE Pacific Street

Seattle, WA 98195

Apply Online:

For more info: email:

Position #99231

Rank: Full-time Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Orthodontics

Requirements: DDS, DMD, or foreign equivalent in dentistry, and completion of a CODA-accredited advanced education program in Orthodontics. Diplomate status of the ABO preferred. Must show evidence of accomplishments demonstrating ability to innovate and create new effective models of learning and teaching in orthodontics, dentistry, and/or related sciences. Experience related to diversity, equity and inclusion, ability to integrate clinical knowledge and research, current and developing technology, and information from a broad range of fields is desired. Must demonstrate personal and professional skills needed to create collaborative implementation environment with the UW School of Dentistry faculty.

Include: Letter of interest, CV, any published or unpublished research, evidence of teaching experience (if any), statement of past and planned contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion, three letters of reference.

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: >

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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.

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