Saskia Estupinan

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Dr. Saskia Estupiñán, a native of Quito, Ecuador, is a leading figure in international public health and oral health research. Dr. Estupinan has worked extensively with international organizations and has advised agencies including NASA, Kellogg Foundation and the World Bank.

A dentist and public health specialist who attended the Universidad Central in Quito and UCLA, Dr. Estupinan is best known for work with the World Health Organization and the Pan American Health Organization promoting the expansion of salt fluoridation.[1]

Saskia Estupiñán is a track and field Master's athlete, ranked 9th worldwide in the 80 meter hurdles among women in her age group.