Partner organizations include: The Sister to Sister Foundation; Brigham and Women's Hospital Cardiovascular Wellness Center; American Red Cross; Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America; New England Organ Donor Bank; National Marrow Donor Program; and Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
What does HSDM stand for?
HSDM stands for Harvard School of Dental Medicine
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We have 8 other meanings of HSDM in our Acronym Attic
- Hot Spot Defense Kit
- Halifax Share Dealing Limited (UK)
- Harvard Sciences Digital Library (Harvard University; Boston, MA)
- Het Schip de Lading (Dutch: Cargo Ship)
- Hierarchical Scan Description Language
- High School Distance Learning (Kirkwood Community College; Cedar Rapids, IA)
- High Speed Data Line
- High-Speed Data Link
- Homeland Security Digital Library
- Hydraulic Systems Division Leadership Program (Jackson, MS)
- Hazards Section Digital Map
- Health and Social Development Ministry (Venezuela)
- Health Statistics and Data Management (New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services)
- Hearing and Service Dogs of Minnesota
- Hidden Super Desperation Move (gaming)
- High-Speed Data Mover (software)
- High Speed Direct Multiplex Control
- High School Student Doctor Network (forum)
- High Seas Drift Net
- High Speed Data Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
He is currently a member of the Young President's Organization and the Board of Fellows of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Sonis currently serves as Clinical Professor of Oral Medicine at Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Senior Surgeon and Chief, Divisions of Oral Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and as Chief Scientific Officer, Biomodels, LLC.
In work carried out by the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, on behalf of Canopus BioPharma, it was confirmed that CB1400 as a single agent significantly reduces tumor growth.
He practices in that state and teaches at Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Boston.
and a researcher at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Dentigenix(TM), LLC, Seattle, has been granted an exclusive option by three Boston biomedical institutions, The Forsyth Institute, Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM)/Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), to further the development of a technology that could lead to commercialization of a method for regenerating teeth from an individual's own cells.
Razzaque Ahmed of Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston.