William D Davenport


Dr. William D. Davenport, Jr. received a B.S. degree in Biology and an M.S. degree in Biology from the University of Mississippi and Ph.D. in Anatomy from the Medical College of Georgia (now Augusta University). His current position is Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Biomedical Sciences at UNLV School of Dental Medicine in Las Vegas, NV. He has received Outstanding Teaching Awards, and most recently the ADEA Chair of the Board Citation Award for his pioneering work in curriculum and foundation knowledge development. He is a member of numerous professional and honor societies, most recently having served as Chair of the ADEA Council of Sections Administrative Board and as President of the Board of Directors of the Supreme Chapter of Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honorary. He has served as a Test Constructor for the Joint Commission on National Dental Boards and currently serves as a Consultant in Biomedical Sciences and Research for the Commission on Dental Accreditation.

He is a seasoned educator, with principal teaching responsibilities in human developmental anatomy, implantology, cardiology, orthodontics and general and oral histology.

Research Interests:

Vasculogenesis in the primary lymphoid organs, dental implant-tissue interface, oral lesion epidemiology and most recently curriculum design, integration, implementation and education methodology or trends.

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