Andrea Szeto receives the ICD Student Award

My name is Andrea Szeto and I was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. After completing my Bachelor of Science degree at UBC, I became part of the UBC DMD 2019 class, where I helped organize an annual event called Sharing Smiles Day and also participated in volunteer clinics in the downtown east side and

ICD Student Award presented to Andrea Szeto by Regent Ed O’Brien.

District 1 Regent Ed O'Brien presented the Student Award to Andrea Szeto.  UBC Dean Mary MacDougall assisted and a brief biography of Dean MacDougall is below. Dr. Mary MacDougall received her B.A. (Biochemistry Major and Theatrical Design Minor) in 1978 from the University of California at San Diego, and her Ph.D. (Craniofacial Biology) in 1984

Fellow Rick Tabata raises $5700 for Kimmunity Angels

Fellow Rick Tabata writes I was able to raise $5700 and the function raised $30000 for Kimmunity Angels- a local org who’s mission is to promote health by providing financial assistance to seriously-ill individuals to offset the cost of medical treatment, equipment and travel to attend medical appointments. All funds raised stay within the community

College at Large International Meeting Dates

Any Fellow can attend the International meetings of the College at Large.  You are encouraged to do so, to connect with colleagues and to make new friends.  Follow the link below for the dates and locations. College at Large meetings

Fellows recognized by the CDA

Four Canadian Section Fellows have been recognized by CDA Awards. Fellow Ross Anderson of Halifax received the Distinguished Service Award for his leadership in Pediatric Dentistry at IWK Health Centre and Dalhousie University in Halifax as well as his work on the CDA's Access to Care Working Group. Fellow Clive Friedman of London received the

Appreciation of Fellow David Donaldson

Dr. David Donaldson was born in Glasgow, Scotland on April 22, 1942. He would live an adventurous, full life, culminating on a different island on the other side of the world, seventy-six years later. “Big Dave,” as he enjoyed being called, mostly for his personality and not necessarily his stature, died peacefully in Nanaimo, British