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

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

Center’s Publication Featured on Medical News Site!

Dr. Guo and other Center investigators publication “Health Literacy:A Pathway to Better Oral Health” is featured on the “Medical News Today” site.

DrLoganOralCancerWalk Oral Cancer Walk a Great Success!

The 2nd Annual UF Oral Cancer Foundation Walk/Run was held on May 31st. Pictured is Dr. Logan and Shelly Taylor, UF dental student and event coordinator.

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College of Dentistry News

Porto and Navid, DMD class of 2016, receive 2015 Hinman Scholar awards

January 30, 2015

The University of Florida College of Dentistry faculty selected Jillian Porto and Ramsi Navid, members of the DMD Class of 2016, as the 2015 Hinman Scholars. They each will receive […]

Primosch and Wallet selected 2014-15 Teachers of the Year

January 28, 2015

Congratulations to Lorie Primosch, M.Ed., and Shannon Wallet, Ph.D., who were selected as the 2014-15 Teachers of the Year for the University of Florida College of Dentistry. The Teachers of […]

University of Florida Health breaks ground for new hospitals

January 23, 2015

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida Health broke ground today for the UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital, a $415 million project that will...