University of Florida College of Dentistry

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College of Dentistry
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Established 1972
Type Public
Dean Dr. Teresa A. Dolan
Location Gainesville, Florida, USA
Website dental.ufl.edu
The College is part of the Health Science Center

The University of Florida College of Dentistry is the dental school of the University of Florida. The college is located in the Dental Sciences Building located on the western edge of the Health Science Center campus. The college is one of the six that make up UF's J. Hillis Miller Health Science Center.

The college is the only publicly funded dental school in Florida and is a national leader in dental education[who?], research and service. As of 2005, 108 students were enrolled in the college. Since 1972 the college has graduated 1,940 dentists.

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  • In 2008, the College of Dentistry was ranked 4th overall amongst all dental schools in the United States for research expenditures. For fiscal year 2008 the college received over $2 million in total research grants.[1]

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