Mahmoud Torabinejad, DMD, MSD, PhD
Director, graduate endodontics
Department of endodontics
School of Dentistry
Loma Linda University
Loma Linda, CA 92350
Phone: (909) 558-4681
Fax: (909) 558-0122
requires 2 years of general practice before admission to its 2-year program.
* A doctoral degree in dentistry (doctor of dental surgery or doctor of dental medicine, or the equivalent)
* An undergraduate record with a grade point average of B (3.00) or better in the overall program and in the field of the major
* Scores on the general test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (Visit the GRE web site at: http://www.gre.org for more information on online registration, sample test questions, frequently asked questions, etc.)
Application for admission should be made before or by August 15 for the program in endodontics.
full-time 36-month course of study
Two to three candidates are accepted annually
Preferred: Applicants with clinical experience beyond dental school (minimum of two years) and/or research experience are given preference.
* DDS or equivalent dental degree
* National Board part I
* GRE Test (Test scores must be submitted prior to receiving final admissions to the Graduate Division)
III. BASIC REQUIREMENTS OF ELIGIBILITY OF APPLICANTS
A. Graduation from a United States or Canadian dental school which has been approved by the American Dental Association Council on Dental Education.The following materials must be forwarded before the deadline of September 15
B. A license to practice in any one state of the United States of America or District of Columbia. (For Endodontic Residents.)
C. Personal Interview upon invitation
D. United States citizens are given first consideration
1. Three Letters of Recommendation, (each letter in a separate envelope and signed across the flap by the author)
2. Letter from the Dean of the candidate's dental school
3. Application for Residents (VA Form 10-2850b) can be completed on screen and printed, or printed then completed on typewriter.
4. National Board Scores (in sealed official ADA envelope)
5. College (undergraduate) Transcripts (in sealed official college envelope)
6. Dental School Transcripts (in sealed official dental school envelope)
7. Curriculum Vitae and personal statement
8. Other Information you wish to include
The above materials should be completed, signed
needed and mailed to:
Endodontic Residency Program
VA Long Beach Healthcare System
Dental Service (12/160)
5901 East 7th Street
Long Beach, CA 90822
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-6365
Ann Mattiello - Secretary Supervisor
Master of Science in Dentistry (MSD)/Postgraduate Certificates
Applications must be submitted to the
department, on or before the following deadlines: September
1 for Endodontics
A concurrent Application for Admission to the Graduate School must also be filed. This may be done on-line at: http://www.grad.washington.edu
Link to Grad School Endo Program Requirements
Office of Graduate Admissions
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-1245
Program Director: Dr. John D Regan
P.O. Box 660677
Dallas, TX 75266-0677
Phone: (214) 828-8364
Application deadline: September 15
submit, with the application, acceptable scores on the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination. GRE scores more than five calendar years prior to application for admission to graduate studies may not normally be used to satisfy admission requirements, except in the case where the applicant has been involved in graduate or professional academic programs for the majority of time since the testing date.
You may also download a copy of the graduate admissions form here for printing.
Catalog description of courses in Endo Masters program
Program Director: Dr. Timothy A Svec
Phone: (713) 500-4223
Graduate programs lead to a Master of Science degree and a certificate in a specialty area of dentistry. Programs are designed to meet the eligibility requirements for examination by the particular American Specialty Board and accreditation standards of the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The Advanced Education Program in Endodontics offers an opportunity to earn both a certificate in Endodontics and a Master of Science degree following 3 years of full-time academic endeavor. The graduate program accepts two (2) students each year.
The clinical practice aspect of the program occupies approximately 50 percent of the time, affording a broad-based clinical experience in conventional and surgical endodontic treatment, often in coordination with residents in other dental specialty programs.
The remaining time is devoted to didactic study in both basic science and clinical science disciplines including biology of the dental pulp, endodontic surgery, review of the endodontic literature, and practice management, and research and thesis, with opportunities for clinical teaching also provided. Upon satisfactory completion of the program students receive a certificate in endodontics and a Master of Science degree from the Dental Branch. The program is designed to prepare participants for the American Board of Endodontics specialty examination.
Applicants may apply download an application at:
Office of the Registrar
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
P.O. Box 20036
Houston, Texas 77225
Endodontics deadline - September 15
Generally, applicants for advanced education programs are considered on the basis of the following criteria:
o Grade Point Average
o Class Standing
o Transcript/Pattern of Academic Achievement
o Graduate Record Examination
o National Board Scores
o Experience and Training
o Specific Program Requirements
o Personal interview (when requested by the dept)
Other specific information may be requested by a program for consideration.
Applicants should verify with the program director whether the GRE is required.
Link to details of process: Admission Procedures
Link to Application
Program Director: Dr. William A. Walker III
Phone: (281) 588-3440
24-month certificate designed to meet the formal requirements for eligibility to take the certifying examination of the American Board of Endodontics.
Students interested in obtaining a Master of Science degree have the opportunity of applying for the optional 30-month program. The master's degree is granted by the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences after completion of all requirements for the certificate program, completion of an original research project, and the successful defense of a thesis based on the student's research.
Application Information Estimated Expenses
The Advanced Education Program in Endodontics is a 24-month certificate program of intensive study, research, and clinical activity designed to meet the formal requirements for eligibility to take the certifying examination of the American Board of Endodontics. Prior to the student's graduation, research results are expected to be formally written in publishable format and submitted for publication in a refereed scientific journal and a variety of 15 clinical cases must be submitted in the American Board of Endodontics format.
Students interested in obtaining a Master of Science degree have the opportunity to apply for the optional 30-month program. The Master's degree is granted by the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences after completion of all requirements for the certificate program, completion of an original research project, and the successful defense of a thesis based on the student's research.
The goal of the program is to develop well-trained clinicians capable of providing biologically based endodontic care and potential faculty members with a comprehensive background of clinical experience, current basic science knowledge relevant to endodontics, and an understanding of research methodology. Clinical experiences include the opportunity to provide diagnostic services, nonsurgical endodontic treatment and retreatment, and surgical endodontic treatment.
Upon completion of an introductory course in advanced endodontics utilizing various clinical techniques at the beginning of the first year, students begin to concentrate on perfecting chosen techniques to perform endodontic therapy in clinical practice. In the second year, students spend one half-day each week at the Audie Murphy Division, South Texas Veterans Health Care System treating medically compromised patients with endodontic problems. These experiences provide the opportunity to participate in physical evaluation of patients and to learn hospital protocol and operating room techniques. The postgraduate clinic is a modern facility designed to expose the student to state-of-the-art equipment including digital radiography. Each student has his/her own treatment room with individual radiographic capability and a Global surgical operating microscope.
For application information, please contact:
UTHSCSA Dental School - MSC 7892
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, TX 78229-3900
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Note: This application requires Adobe Acrobat
Reader or a .PDF capable plug-in.
2004-2005 Endodontic Residency Program Estimated Expenses:
First year expenses :
First year in-state tuition*– $ 4,632
Instruments/supplies – $ 4,000 plus subsequent purchases
First year credits :
State Stipend – $ 6,147
Second year expenses :
Second year in-state tuition* – $ 4,265
Instruments/supplies – Add cost of additional purchases
Second year credits :
State Stipend – $ 6,147
*Residents are generally appointed as teaching assistants in the Department of Endodontics which entitles them to pay in-state tuition.
Students who park a vehicle on campus must purchase a UTHSCSA parking permit.
An optional student group health insurance plan is available. Premiums are determined by choice of coverage and number of individuals insured. Spouse and children may be enrolled for coverage.
Textbooks, and additional instrument and supply costs.
Identification Fee (Initial registration only) - $5
Services Fee - $90
($7.50 per semester hour; maximum $90
For Summer, maximum is $40.)
Graduation Fee (Final term only) - $60
Library Fee (Fall & Spring semesters) - $25
Students pay a minimum of $120 in general tuituion per semester or 12-week summer session and $60 for each 6-week summer term OR:
$48 per semester credit hour. (This may vary from year to year.)
Student pay additional designated tuition of $40 per credit hour.
(Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery residents in the Medical track of the program pay Medical School tuition and fees during the years they are enrolled in the Medical School.)
Tuition for nonresidents is an amount per semester credit hour equal to "the cost of education," an amount determined annually by The University of Texas System. The current rate for nonresident tuition is:
$306 per semester credit hour. (This may vary from year to year)
*Students employed by the State as teaching assistants are considered to be residents for tuition purposes. Generally all postdoctoral certificate and degree students, employed as teaching assistants, are eligible to pay tuition at the resident rate.
Program Director: Dr. Cecil E Brown
Phone: (317) 274-7280
App deadline: August 10
Yearly tuition and fees:
Instrument Rental $2,496.00
Program Director: Dr. Cecil E Brown
Phone: (317) 274-7280
Program Director: Dr. Eric M Rivera
Phone: (319) 335-7471
Deadline September 1
No stipends; graduate nonresident tuition = $16,747.00 (that might be per semester)
Grid of requirements
detailed program(s) description and requirements page
Program Director: Dr. N J McDonald
Phone: (734) 615-2811
Application Process Details
Application Forms and Information Link
EndodonticsTuition: $13,149 (per semester?)
Admits Fall term. Deadline for applications is October 1. Letters of recommendation required.
Please use the following information when completing Item 13 on the application.
Code: 00185; Academic Program: Endodontics; M.S.
Program Director: Dr. Michael K Baisden
Phone: (612) 624-9181
Endodontics 2004-2005 Handbook (pdf) (Very thorough and detailed.)
Application: Graduate Endodontics Application for the University of Minnesota (pdf)
The Graduate Endodontics Application can now be completed on your computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader. Please be aware that this free program will only allow you to type on the application but will NOT allow you to save your work. Therefore, you should print one copy to submit, and also print one copy for your records.
26-month M.S. program
Three rather confusing statements:
Application Information Links
Purchase of clinical camera and laptop computer is required
$12,050.00 (per semester for 5 semesters)
Advance Tuition Deposit $1,000.00 (due in January for July classes)
Tuition $12,050.00 (per semester for 4semesters)
Book and instrument fees $1,625.00
Parking Fees $148.00 (per semester, parking is optional)
Purchase of clinical camera and laptop computer is required
Center for Advanced Dental Education participates in the Medicare Graduate Medical Education Program. Dental residents are paid a stipend and qualify for individual, spousal or family health care coverage. In addition, a limited number of fellowships are available.
Application deadline: September 15
Awards MS degree and certificate
Program Director: Dr. James C Kulild
Phone: (816) 235-2749
The Program has earned Initial Accrediation status by the Commission on Dental Accrediation of the American Dental Association.
Program Description and Requirements
Admits 2 applicants yearly to 24-month program. Certificate only, no
Deadline Aug 15
Get paid 33% of the net clinic fees collected from the student's patients. Tuition: $22,115.10 per semester (?)
Program Director: Dr. Andre K. Mickel
Description and Requirements including links to App Form and
The Graduate Endodontic Program is a continuous 24-month master’s degree and certificate program commencing the beginning of July each year.
Further Application Requirements
Deadline: Oct 1
Tuition: $30,735 per year
Awards M.S.D. and certificate
Program Director: Dr. James Bahcall
Phone: (414) 288-6517
Description and Requirements
Two-year program includes award of Masters.
The application deadline is September 1st and applications are
through the graduate school. For more information contact Jill Tradel
Program Director: Dr. Robert D Barfield
Phone: (205) 934-1196
Postdoctoral Dental Admission e-mail address: email@example.com
Endo Program Description
Lenth and Cost -- $4,500 per year
Endo Program Prospectus
Deadline: September 30
Program Director: Dr. Kenneth N. Namerow
Department: Endodontics Telephone: (954) 262-7326
Fax: (954) 262-1782
Core Courses (at p. 306) of catalog (see link)
All postdoctoral students are required
to take the following courses during
their first year:
• Head and Neck Anatomy
• Oral Histology and Embryology
• Microbiology and Immunology
• Systemic Medicine
• Pain Diagnosis
• Dental Materials
• Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
• Biochemistry and Nutrition
• Oral Physiology
• General and Oral Pathology
• Teaching Methodology
• Practice Management
• Ethics and Jurisprudence
• Introduction to Literature Review
• Research Design and Ethics
• Prokaryotic Cell Biology
• Eykaryotic Cell Biology
Additionally, postdoctoral students are required to take didactic and clinical courses within their respective area of specialization throughout their training.
The postdoctoral program in endodontics is a 24-month certificate program that balances clinical experience with didactic instruction in the relevant basic and clinical sciences.The clinical portion of the program is microscopically oriented, providing the student with modern concepts of endodontic treatment including rotary NiTi instrumentation, electronic apex locators, guided tissue regeneration, ultrasonic instrumentation, and use of digital radiography. Joint conferences with other disciplines provide the student with a well-rounded basis to diagnose and treat conditions in the head and neck region. The didactic portion of the program includes a core curriculum designed to provide all postdoctoral students with a basic interdisciplinary education and a detailed endodontic curriculum that concentrates heavily on knowledge of the literature. The program is designed to fulfill the specialty certification of the American Board of Endodontics. The program also includes research, teaching, and instruction by several well-known visiting professors.
Equipment costs for each program will be equal to or less than the average for all U.S. dental schools. Requirements for Admission The College of Dental Medicine selects postdoctoral students based on application content, academic record, letters of recommendation, National Board Dental Examination scores (if taken), and personal interview.
Prior to matriculation, applicants must have completed a D.M.D., D.D.S., or an equivalent degree.
The applicant should mail the following materials by March 15, 2004:
1. the completed College of Dental Medicine application for postdoctoral
2. a nonrefundable application fee of $50
3. an official transcript from each college, professional school, or university attended.
The applicant must arrange for the following to be sent to Nova
University, Enrollment Processing Services (EPS), College of Dental
Office of Admissions, 3301 College Avenue, P.O. Box 299000, Fort
1. official National Board scores.
Please request the secretary of the National Board of Dental Examiners to forward all scores of the dental boards. The National Board is located at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 60611. Applicants who have not taken the National Boards must submit a letter of explanation.
2. three letters of evaluation are required. They must be completed by dental school faculty members who are well acquainted with the applicant’s abilities or by individuals who can provide information relevant to the applicant’s potential.
Upon receipt of the completed application and the required
the director of each postdoctoral program along with the Committee on
will select applicants for interview and those selected will be
in writing. Not all applicants will be granted an interview. All
who are admitted to the college must be interviewed, but an invitation
to appear for an interview should not be construed as evidence of
All materials should be sent to
Nova Southeastern University
Enrollment Processing Services (EPS)
College of Dental Medicine
Office of Admissions
3301 College Avenue
P.O. Box 299000
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33329-9905
Postdoctoral Tuition and Fees
• Tuition for all postdoctoral programs for 2004–2005 (subject to
change by the board of trustees without notice) is $29,820. A student
activities fee of $125 per year and a microscope/lab fee of $100 per year are required of all students.
• Acceptance fee is $500. This fee is required to reserve the accepted applicant’s place in the entering first-year class. This advance payment will be deducted from the tuition payment due on registration day, but is not refundable in the event of a withdrawal. It is payable within two weeks of an applicant’s acceptance.
• Deposit is $500, due March 15, under the same terms as the acceptance fee.
• Preregistration fee is $1,000, due May 15, under the same terms as the acceptance fee.
• University technology fee is not to exceed $100 when implemented.
The first semester’s tuition and fees, less the $2,000 previously paid, are due on or before registration day. Tuition for each subsequent semester is due on or before the appropriate registration day. Students will not be admitted until their financial obligations have been met. It is extremely important that applicants be committed to meeting their financial responsibilities during their training. This should include tuition, living expenses, books, equipment, and miscellaneous expenses. It is mandated that each student carry adequate personal medical and hospital insurance. Students may avail themselves of the hospitalization insurance plan obtainable through the university.
Program Director: Dr. Frank Vertucci
Phone: (352) 392-4301
Faculty and Contact Info
Application Info, Process, and Form Links
Overview of the Application Process
Two-year certificate program; three-year M.S. program. Tuition
is $40k per year, but post-doc residents get a stipend (doesn't say how
Program Director: Dr. Robert J. Loushine
Phone: (706) 721-2151
Endo Department Page
Postdoctoral Program (fairly thorough description of courses and fees) States no tuition for the certificate program. No stipends, but Augusta is a low-cost city.
2-year certificate and M.S. program available. Only 2 residents a
No tuition, no stipend.
Program Director: Dr. Stephen J Clark
Phone: (502) 852-1224
Endo Program Page
Both a certificate program and a Master of Science degree program are available. Other course work may be required as individualized programs are developed by the faculty to meet the specific needs of each student. We do not require a GRE Exam score for admission.
Tuition for 2002-2003 is $4,392 resident and $12,186 non-resident. Operating microscopes and all instruments are furnished.
E-Mail Dr. Clark for questions, app packets, etc.
Program Director: Dr. Billie G. Jeansonne
Phone: (504) 619-8547
Endo Residency Overview Page
Endo Department Grad Program with Curriculum and Application Links
24-month certificate program, but with encouragement to take the additional year for Masters.
Stipends are not currently available for postgraduate students in Endodontics for the first year of the program. Stipends may be awarded in the second and/or third years of the program. Stipends are awarded based on availability and at the discretion of the faculty with approval of the Advanced Education Committee and the Dean of the School of Dentistry. The University fee for residents of Louisiana is $3,477.50 for the year. Nonresidents pay an additional $3,125 for the year. For those accepted candidates who have been offered postgraduate stipends, the university fee will be waived, and students will be required to pay the annual activity fee of $312.50. Students are also required to carry hospitalization insurance. If the student has alternate insurance coverage from other resources, the student must sign a waiver. The restricted license fee for postgraduate students who do not have a Louisiana license is $200.00 per year.
Overview I Stipends & Tuition I Endodontics I General Practice Residency I
Maxillofacial Prosthetics I Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral Medicine I Orthodontics I Pediatric Dentistry I Periodontics I Prosthodontics
Master of Science in Oral Biology I Contact Us
The Program in Endodontics is designed to give advanced education to an individual committed to the practice, teaching, or research of endodontics. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, the student will receive a certificate in endodontics and will possess the necessary credentials to be declared "board eligible" by the American Board of Endodontics. The student will spend approximately 50 percent of the assigned time in clinical practice and the remaining in basic and clinical science lectures, research, and seminars. Clinical experience will include the complete scope of endodontic practice. Medically compromised as well as healthy patients are treated under appropriate supervision. The range of treatment includes emergency and diagnostic treatment, nonsurgical and surgical therapy, microscopic endodontics, vital and nonvital bleaching procedures, intentional replants, and root extrusion techniques.
Students are encouraged to earn the Master of Science while they complete the certificate program. Three applicants are accepted annually. Applicants must have graduated in the upper portion of their dental school class and have successfully completed both parts of the National Board Examination. The Graduate Record Examination is also required of all applicants. Research experience and clinical experience beyond dental school (such as private practice, military experience, residencies, or teaching) will strengthen the applicant's credentials.
The deadline for completed applications is October 1 of the year preceding anticipated enrollment. Interviews are held during October and early November, with acceptances, alternates, and rejections announced by November 15.
For more information, visit the LSUSD
Department of Endodontics website.
|Program Coordinator||Dr. Billie Gail Jeansonne|
|Length of Program||3 years|
|International Students Accepted||Yes - need TOEFL Scores|
|Application Deadline||October 1|
|Program Start Date||July 1|
|Program End Date||June 30|
|Application Materials Required||LSUSD Application, GRE Scores Photograph, National Board I &II Scores, Dean's Letter, 2 Letters of Recommendation, Undergraduate and Dental School Transcripts, CV-Resume|
|Application Fee||$30 LSU application|
Program Director: Dr. Frederick R. Liewehr
Phone: (804) 828-0784
24-Month Certificate Program Page
Research experience is gained through completion of an individual research project and master's thesis.
Doesn't say how many they take, but fees are minimal.
Deadline: August 15
Program Director: Dr. Kamran Safavi
Phone: (860) 679-2722
Endodontology 3-year Program Overview
Endo Department Web Page
$8,500 annual tuition
F. Fouad, B.D.S., D.D.S., M.S.
Chairman, Department of Endodontics, Operative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
Thomas C. Dumsha, MS, DDS, MS
Director, Postgraduate Endodontics, Diplomate, American Board of Endodontics
Phone: (410) 706-7285
Endo Grad Program Web Page
Length of Program
* 24 months - certificate
* 30-36 months - certificate and master's degree
Number of Positions - Four
Stipends - Stipends are provided for Year II residents and may be available in Year I.
Deadline: September 1
Program Director: Dr. Jeffrey W. Hutter
of Advanced Graduate Study in Endodontics Page
2-year program, although they have 3-year Masters and 4-year DScD
In 1963, BUSDM was founded as the first exclusively postdoctoral dental school. Now, more than 35 years later, we offer comprehensive dental education from the DMD degree to 11 postgraduate degree programs. Most of our specialty training programs offer students the option of coupling a research program (leading to a Master of Science in Dentistry or Doctor of Science in Dentistry) to their clinical training program.
Postdoctoral training at BUSDM is unique. Because of our many large and established postdoctoral programs, we offer unmatched opportunities for research and cross-discipline discussion, such as our Combined Grand Rounds course. And as part of Boston Medical Center--a two-hospital academic health center--we treat patients with complex medical issues. Our patient pool is diverse and our partnerships with community health centers give our students the chance to work directly with people in Boston and surrounding communities.
Deadline: October 15
* Endodontics: $15,328
BMC Advantage HMO $2,013
Boston University School of Dental Medicine postdoctoral students
eligible for the Ford Federal Direct Loan Program and for market-rate
Program Director: Dr. Robert R. White
Phone: (617) 432-1445
Post-Grad Application Info Page
The tuition at HSDM is $32,000 for the 2003-04 academic year for both DMD and AGE students. The total estimated cost for a first-year DMD student including room and board, health insurance and other fees is $49,492 (for nine months). The total costs for first-year AGE students vary. HSDM is a private institution. The tuition and fees are the same for all students (in-state and out-of-state).
App deadline: Oct 1
Endodontics Certificate in Endodontics HSDM Application only October
Master of Medical Sciences (MMSc) 3 years
Doctor of Medical Sciences (DMSc) 4 years
(It appears that they don't award just the certificate but award it with either MMSc at 3 years or DMsC at 4 years)
Program Director: Dr. Daniel Green
Phone: (617) 636-6797
Endo Program Page
Endodontics deadline October 15
Individuals applying directly to Tufts must submit the following information:
• A complete application form (enclosed). Please submit it directly to the Office of Admissions. Do not send materials directly to the department ;
• A $60 fee ( check or money order drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. dollars and made payable to Trustees of Tufts College ). Include your name and social security number (if applicable) on your form of payment;
• Official transcripts from all post-secondary education completed prior to enrolling in dental school. The transcripts must be sent in sealed and signed envelopes. If the university awarded you a degree, the degree conferral must be included on the transcript ;
• An official dental school transcript. The transcripts must be sent in sealed and signed envelopes. If you have completed your degree, the degree conferral must be included on the transcript. If your university does not post your degree on the transcript, you must submit an official letter from the Registrar's Office at your dental school that verifies completion of the DMD or DDS degree;
• Three letters of recommendation (in English) from the following individuals –the dean of your dental school, a department chairperson or faculty member, and an additional reference of your choice. The identified individual must hold (or have held) the title associated with his/her name. Have the letters of reference returned to you in sealed and signed envelopes and forward them with your application;
• A copy of your curriculum vitae that includes a list of academic honors, military service with dates (if applicable), membership in dental societies, extracurricular activities while in dental school (including continuing education courses), and any additional activities (including continuing education courses) since completing dental school (if applicable);
• A personal statement. Please address the aspect(s) of the selected postdoctoral program that interest(s) you and your plans after completion of the program.
• If you are a student at or graduate of a US or Canadian dental school, an official copy of your National Dental Board (NDB) Examination, Part I results. If you are a foreign-trained, you do not need to submit NDB examination results. If you have completed the examination, though, please submit your scores. You must also list your results, and the date you took the examination(s), on the designated section of the application form. Please visit http://www.ada.org/prof/prac/licensure/natboard/scoring.html to obtain a score report request form. Accepted students who are completing or have completed their dental education at a US or Canadian dental school will also be required to submit official National Dental Board (NDB) Examination, Part II results prior to matriculation;
The fee schedule below shows the actual costs for the 2003-2004 academic year. Tuition and fees are revised yearly. Please anticipate a 5% increase in billed costs per academic year. Instrument and central sterilization costs vary by department or specialty. Accepted students can determine actual costs by consulting the office of the program director or department chair.
Fees for the Certificate Program – 2003-2004 Academic Year
Student health insurance $2,124
Health administration fee $170
Please visit http://www.tufts.edu/dental/student_services/financial_aid/index.html for more information on cost of education and financial aid programs.
Needed Application Links
Program Director: Dr. Howard Pomeranz
Phone: (973) 972-4690
Endo Postgrad Program Page
Application Info and Links
2-year certificate program
Sept 15 deadline
Some of our post-graduate programs are supported with Graduate
Education funds. For tuition based programs, the annual fee is $20,567
for NJ residents and $32,185 for non-residents, and is subject to
Program Director: Dr. Gunnar Hasselgren
Phone: (212) 305-6736
The Division of Endodontics is strongly research oriented. Students are required take part in at least one research project.
Tuition and fees total $42,248 per year. Estimated total per year with books and living expenses $60,150.
$100 application fee plus they look a lot at whether you have any published research articles.
Official proof of current licensure should also be submitted.
Deadline Oct 1
Program Director: Dr. Louis M Lin
Phone: (212) 998-9250
Advanced Education Program in Endodontics
Residents in the Endodontic Program will pay a tuition of $45,000 for the year 2004-05 for the first year of the two-year program and receive no stipend.
Accepts 12 a year, but look at the cost. Sorta like SC, huh?
The program is funded by a GME grant; therefore, eligible residents receive a stipend during their residency. In addition the College provides full-tuition scholarship to those eligible. The program accepts 12 residents a year and has a total of 24 enrolled in the program. The program has consistently attracted outstanding candidates. Residents in Advanced Education programs had received a $30,000 annual stipend and had their tuition paid for under the federal Graduate Medical Education Act (GME). In August 2003 a federal agency (CMS) ruled that the vast majority of dental schools would no longer be eligible for GME payments. Legislation is currently pending which will determine the future of GME. As of this writing GME stipends and tuition payments will end with the classes entering prior to October 2003. The ultimate outcome of GME is not certain. Following is the tuition for Endodontics for academic year 2004-05 assuming GME funding is not restored. If GME funding is restored appropriate changes will be made.
Application deadline: December 1. Applicants are accepted on a rolling admission basis after October 1 of each year.
Deadline Sept 1
The postgraduate student is required to purchase a microscope, laptop computer, and other chairside instruments. Complete information would be given at time of interview.
Non resident tuition: $10,500; total fees & tuition: $16,296;
with living costs: $28,486.
Program Director: Dr.
Phone: (631) 632-8942
Oct 1 deadline
# A completed transcript of grades from each college, dental
or other post-secondary institution attended and National Boards is
All transcripts must be sent directly to the Office of Admissions and
Affairs, School of Dental Medicine, The State University of New York at
Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York 11794-8705. Attention: Postdoctoral
Endodontics. They are not to be submitted by the applicant.
# An application fee of $75.00 is required for the processing of your application.
NYS Residents $ 5,112.00
Non Residents 10,224.00
Program Fee 11,200.00
Activity Fee 20.00
College Fee 20.00
Health Fee 168.00
Transportation Fee 96.00
Technology Fee 180.00
Instrumental Rental 1,223.00
Syllabus Fee 15.00
Books & Supplies 450.00
Clinic Coats 162.00
Additional Supplemental Fees
Computer Supplies 250.00
Photocopy Fees 400.00
Transportation Allowance 2960.00
Required Travel 1500.00
Professional Dues 500.00
Program Director: Dr. Bernard S Lichtenstein
Phone: (212) 686-7500
No real web page or other contact information. Like San Diego, the phone number above is the main number for the enormous facility.
Here's a link to the facility's web page, but not much information can be gotten about dentistry or endodontics.
Guess the best thing to do is just write a letter addressed to Dr.
Or, perhaps your own VA director can tell you how to get in touch.
Lamar Hicks, DDS, MD
Program Director, Endodontics; Chairman, I. B. Bender Division of Endodontics, Department of Dental Medicine
Admissions and Procedures
Application for the program in endodontics and all supporting documentation should be forwarded to:
The Maxwell S. Fogel Department of Dental Medicine
Paley Building, 2nd Floor
Albert Einstein Medical Center
5501 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19141-3098
Attention: Residency Program Admissions Coordinator
For more information on Einstein Medical Center's Dental Residency Programs, please call the Admissions Coordinator at (215) 456-7104.
The programs in endodontics, orthodontics and dentofacial
and general practice residency (12 months/optional second year) are
by The Commission on Dental Accreditation and have been granted the
status of "approval without reporting requirements." The commission is
a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States
of Education. The Commission on Dental Accreditation can be contacted
312-440-4653 or at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611.