About the Center

Welcome to the Southeast Center for Research to Reduce Disparities in Oral Health (SCRRDOH), a multi-disciplinary center at the University of Florida College of Dentistry.

Built on strong community partnerships and led by principal investigator Henrietta Logan, Ph.D., the center aims to reduce disparities in oral health among Florida’s rural populations through community based research and intervention projects based on the best science available and community participation.

Local residents are involved in all phases, from designing research to collecting data to publicizing results and influencing public policy.

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SCRRDOH News and Events

What Should a Dentist Know about Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer?

This question is answered in a SCRRDOH publication recently featured in Today’s FDA.

Is America Getting Healthier?

The 10 signs that America is getting healthier.

New Center Publication now Available Online

Evaluating Tablet Computers as a Survey Tool in Rural Communities

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College of Dentistry News

Special Smiles makes a difference for Special Olympics athletes

April 29, 2016

Dental volunteers provide athletes with hygiene education and information about the role nutrition plays in health.

The dental school’s secret weapon: Admissions Outreach Ambassadors

April 27, 2016

The Admissions Outreach Ambassadors is comprised of 30 dental students who encourage the best and brightest future dentists to commit to become Gator Dentists.

UF dental student KyuLim Lee selected for AADR Gert Quigley Fellowship

April 25, 2016

The American Association for Dental Research (AADR) selected University of Florida dental student KyuLim Lee as the 2016-17 Gert Quigley Fellow. Lee is currently enrolled in the DMD/PhD program and...