|OMFS Interest Society||Student Affairs|
The OMFS Interest Society strives to offer dental students interested in exploring oral maxillofacial surgery (OMFS) a structured yet diverse environment that will provide experiences necessary to hone interest and build associated knowledge and skills. Members will participate in organized experiences with the OMFS team at the University of Maryland Medical Center, which include but are not limited to: introduction and practice of surgical techniques, lectures on the depth and breadth of the specialty from distinguished leaders in the field, strategies to strengthen applications to residency programs and opportunities to serve in the community and assist with relevant research.
Donita Dyalram, DDS, MD
Rania Habib, DDS, MD
Zachary Schonfield, DDS
Biraj Shah, DDS
Faculty and resident panel on OMFS application process
March 12, 2014 - 5 p.m.
Have you ever felt that you have some unanswered questions about OMFS but that you never knew who to ask? Well, coming up is a great opportunity to get the answers to those questions, as well as the answers to some questions you may never have thought to ask!
For our next event, the OMFS Society will be hosting a question/answer session. The Q&A panel will consist of Drs. Warburton and Dyalram, as well as two of the first-year OMFS residents, Zach Schonfeld and Sam Landrian, and possibly one or two other people with some good info to share.
Refreshments will be served
Submit your questions to OMFSsociety@gmail.com by March 5. Please RSVP via email by March 7.
Maryland Day oral cancer screening volunteer event
Join the OMFS Society in volunteering at this important event. More information can be found at:
We will be sending information about signing up as the event gets closer. To join our email list, please email OMFSsociety@gmail.com
Plating workshop, more info TBA
Visual diagnosis group session - diagnostic role playing
Pig-Leg Suturing Workshop A Success
|On Feb. 26, the OMFS Society hosted a pig-leg suturing workshop for the club's members. Residents and doctors assisted the students in proper suturing technique in an experience that was very valuable for all who attended.|