Oral Surgery Residents Volunteer to Treat Hospital Patients During COVID-19 Peak

Carrie Stetler | May 5, 2020

As oral surgery residents at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, Roman Mogilevsky and Christina Gory never expected to be treating critically ill patients during a global pandemic. But when University Hospital faced a staff shortage during the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak, they were among a group of fellow residents who volunteered for shifts in the Emergency Department.


Faculty and Alumna is Pioneer in Field of Oral Surgery

Carrie Stetler | March 4, 2020

Dr. Pam Alberto endured a litany of sexist commentary during dental school in the 1970s and later, when she was applying for an oral surgery residency. Nevertheless, she persisted, eventually becoming the second woman oral surgeon in New Jersey.