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Category:Resource:Forsyth Institute
Abbrev Forsyth  +
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DefiningCitation http://www.forsyth.org/index.html  +
Definition In the mid-1900s, researchers at Boston-ba In the mid-1900s, researchers at Boston-based Forsyth revolutionized the oral health profession when they discovered the connections between dental decay and bacteria. Building on these revelations, the Institute has become an independent research organization dedicated to advancing human health and wellbeing through scientific discovery and education. Although our hallmark is the study of oral health, our focus has widened over time to include the investigation of such diverse areas as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and regenerative medicine. We have adopted this multidisciplinary research approach in order to analyze and prevent the severe systemic ramifications of oral infections. An independent non-profit organization, Forsyth is affiliated with Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Harvard Medical School and has collaborations with university and research organizations around the world. d research organizations around the world.
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Has role Organization portal +
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Label Resource:Forsyth Institute  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 July 2011 00:34:50  +
ModifiedDate 28 July 2011  +
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Resource:Forsyth Bioinformatics Core +, Resource:Forsyth Biostatistics Core Facility +, Resource:Forsyth Flow Cytometry Core Facility +, Resource:Forsyth Human Microbe Identification Microarray Core +, Resource:Forsyth Imaging Services Core Facility +, Resource:Forsyth Micro Computed Tomography +, Resource:Forsyth Mineralized Tissue Analysis Core Facility +, Resource:HOMD +, Resource:Harvard Forsyth Center for Clinical and Translational Research + Is part of
 

 

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