Boston City Council honors Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Monday, July 17, 2017 - 09:12 in Health & Medicine

The Boston City Council has passed a resolution in honor of Harvard School of Dental Medicine’s (HSDM) 150th anniversary. Councilors Ayanna Pressley and Josh Zakim presented the resolution to the School’s dean, R. Bruce Donoff, D.M.D. ’67, M.D. ’73, at a session in Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall. “The Harvard School of Dental Medicine is a special place,” said Donoff. “As the first dental school of its kind, we’ve led the way in dental education, research, and patient care, and we are committed to integrating oral health and general health. “As we reflect on all that has been accomplished, we give thanks to our friends, alumni, faculty, students, and staff who continue to make the HSDM such an exceptional place,” he said. “We give a special thanks today to the Boston City Council for its ongoing support and for joining us in celebrating this momentous occasion.” HSDM was founded on July 17, 1867, and was...

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