06/04/2017

Professor ou Educador - Devemos nos proteger, sob a pretensa objetividade da função ou expor, sem preocupação, nossa fragilidade?



A palavra professor vem de "professar", que, além de lecionar, significa "declarar publicamente uma convicção ou um compromisso de conduta", como a de uma profissão. Não por acaso, as duas têm a mesma raiz. Nós, mestres, somos profissionais em vários sentidos: por ensinarmos e por nos comprometermos com condutas de trabalho - numa atividade que exige a contínua exposição de convicções.
As responsabilidades de educador, ainda mais complexas, são cumpridas em circunstâncias muito especiais, sob permanente exposição a dezenas de olhares.  Da mesma forma, a turma não vê palavras e números surgirem no quadro e se converterem em sons, mas acompanham a VOZ  firme e o TOM da voz que explica. 


Devemos nos proteger - sob a pretensa objetividade da função - ou expor, sem preocupação, nossa fragilidade? 

No corpo docente de uma escola, há diferentes gêneros, preferências, estilos e situações de vida, mas nem todo comportamento é compatível com a função docente, pois a arte-ciência da profissão exige convívio, com respeito à condição dos outros (e também à própria) e o reconhecimento dos limites nessa recíproca exposição. Os meninos e as meninas que educamos constituem uma enorme diversidade e só percebendo nossa condição ficamos atentos à deles também. Essa compreensão, no entanto, não se sustenta sem uma clara determinação para promover a aprendizagem, com boas exposições e a participação dos alunos nas aulas. É isso que assegura o respeito às fragilidades que podemos ter ou mesmo a admiração às nossas especificidades por parte dos jovens interlocutores. 
O nosso personagem contracena com os estudantes, com o fluxo de questões que apresentam e com os projetos que possuem e se cruzam com os nossos, nós e eles somos seres incompletos. A compreensão desse fato permite encontrá-los uma relação mediada pelo conhecimento, mas sem o temor de revelar as nossas dúvidas ao considerar as deles. MarcosRosa Lagemarques


Aniversário até em Abril - LIFE IS A LONG SONG - PG ENDODONTIA SLM SP

#Vcs me provocam arrepios 


O aniversário é mais um estágio em nosso desenvolvimento e a ocasião propícia para uma introspecção. Aproveite para pensar sobre o papel que o bem ocupa na sua vida. Pergunte para si mesmo qual a distância entre os atos que você praticou daqueles que você ainda pode praticar. A vida parece longa mas é curta. 

ALÉM DA ODONTOLOGIA - LIVE IS A LONG SONG 

Jethro Tull - Life is a long song 2008     Para os interessados, a letra.


Jethro Tull - Life's A Long Song, 1971 - The Minstrel Looks Back  
Para os interessados, a letra.




Comemoração de Aniversário no estilo ESTE ANO TEVE!!! #Obrigadoturma! FFOUSP

O aniversário ensina o conceito de renascer. Celebrar um novo começo é o canal. Não importa como as coisas transcorreram ontem, ou ano passado, temos sempre a capacidade de tentar de novo. Tentar o novo, mudar, renascer, fazer o bem.  Torna-se o momento oportuno para fazer um balanço de nossas realizações e assumir novas decisões, CORAGEM vcs me dão de sobra agora  é até o próximo.....

Grande Abraço

04/04/2017

Derrepente a alegria toma conta do dia a dia dos aniversariantes dos mês

 Dra Gabriela Strauss Elisabeth Pimenta e EU  --- Março
PG Especialização ENDO FOUSP com os queridos

Graduação ENDODONTIA FOUSP - E a História se repete com muito carinho...



"Quando promovemos a aprendizagem, asseguramos a admiração dos jovens interlocutores e o respeito às nossas fragilidades.". Foto: Marcos Rosa

Alguns momentos de Lazer en São Francisco #IADR


IADR Sao Francisco Nice JAPAN Friends


Na Recepção da Divisão Japonesa a NOVA E A VELHA GERAÇÃO  
Revendo EMILIO,  um ex aluno do final da década de 90 se transformando em um grande pesquisador na Hokkaido University Japan e  o Ilustre e Magnifico Professor Taki KURODA da NIHON University Japan



Takayuki Kuroda
The Eighty-second President of the IADR, 2005-2006
  • Born September 23, 1936
  • Inaugural address delivered in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, March 9, 2005
    “The Challenge of Membership Recruitment”
    (J Dent Res 84:486, 2005)
  • DDS, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, 1961
    PhD, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, 1965
  • Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Medical and Dental University Graduate School
    Guest Professor, Matsumoto Dental University
    Part-time Lecturer, Tokushima University School of Dentistry

IADR 2017 Sao Francisco USA Chris FOX - Nice friend


Christopher Fox recommended for IADR/AADR Executive Director post in 2003



Dr Christopher Fox has been recommended by the Joint Boards to the IADR and AADR Councils as the next Executive Director. Dr Fox earned his DMD in 1987 from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine and concurrently earned a MSc in Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health. He continued his studies at Harvard, completing residencies in periodontology and dental public health. In 1991, Dr Fox completed a doctoral program, earning a DMSc in Oral Biology and Oral Epidemiology from the Harvard Faculty of Medicine.

IADR São Francisco 2017 Stephen C. Bayne - Nice friend

Stephen C. Bayne, MS, PhD, FADM | University of Michigan School 

Dr. Bayne is involved in restorative materials research, clinical trials, and virtual reality investigations for educational research.  At the moment the educational research is focused on using online computer techniques to facilitate psychomotor education.


Director, DENT502, Evidence-based Dentistry
Special Distinctions:
President, IADR (2006-2007)
President, AADR (2000-2001)
President, DMG-IADR (1993-1994)
Past-President, Academy of Dental Materials (1989-1991)
Outstanding Teaching Award, 2004 University Level, UNC (2004-2007)
Outstanding Teaching Award, 2005 National Level, ADEA (2005) 

24/03/2017

Stephen C. Bayne - Dental Biomaterials: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?


Dental Biomaterials: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?
c, M.S., Ph.D., F.A.D.M.
Abstract: This article reviews the current state of the art for restorative biomaterials by examining the roles of 1) truly biological biomaterials, with respect to the “near-future” of five to ten years, 2) traditional synthetic biomaterials, and 3) performance outcomes for biomaterials. Biological biomaterials are discussed in terms of tissue engineering and stem cell research, self- assembling system opportunities, and nanotechniques or technologies. Future developments for major areas of synthetic biomaterials are considered for bonding systems, composites, VLC curing, ceramics, and cements. Performance outcomes are discussed for all biomaterials in terms of safety, efficacy, and longevity of materials.
Dr. Stephen C. Bayne is a Distinguished Professor, Department of Operative Dentistry, University of North Carolina School of Dentistry. Direct correspondence to him at the UNC School of Dentistry, CB#7450, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7450; 919-966-2776 phone; stephen_bayne@dentistry.unc.edu.
Key words: dental biomaterials, tissue engineering, restorative dentistry, bonding materials, dental ceramics 
IADR AADR past President and my friend 

IADRSANFRAN 2017


16/07/2016

APICES 2016 - University of Michigan TOP

Each year, the APICES host institution selects one to three residents to co-chair the APICES Planning Committee. In conjunction with the other residents in the program, these resident leaders handle a majority of the tasks associated with planning APICES. Planning Committee Chair Dr. Darya Dabiri worked closely with AAE staff, her co-residents and several members of the School of Dentistry’s faculty, including Dr. Neville McDonald, to plan a great meeting for 2016. Check out the endodontic resident team from the University of Michigan. 

Dr. Darya Dabiri was born and raised in Iran. She immigrated to Canada in 1998 and completed her undergraduate dental training at the University of British Columbia in 2008. She completed her general practice residency at the University of Michigan in 2009 and received a Master of Science degree in pediatric dentistry from the University of Toledo Medical Center in 2012. Darya, who is a diplomate with the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, is currently in her second year of the School of Dentistry’s Graduate Program in Endodontics at the University of Michigan. She is a child advocate, and she is determined to build a bridge between the two specialties for a better quality of care in pediatric endodontics. When not learning about endodontics, Darya enjoys being a mom and spending time with her wonderful husband Dr Andre’ Haerian, an orthodontist, and her two beautiful children, 6-year-old Reza and 3-year-old Roya.
Dr. Carolina Cucco is Brazilian. She received her dental degree in 2009 from UPF University in Passo Fundo, Brazil, and she completed her endodontic training in 2011 at PUCRS Pontificia Universidade Católica in Porto Alegre, Brazil. She then pursued her Ph.D. in endodontics at PUCRS with research training at the Angiogenesis Resarch Laboratory at the University of Michigan. Carolina is currently in her first year of seeking the Advanced Specialty Certificate in Endodontics from the University of Michigan.
Dr. Ryan McMahan is from Newdale, North Carolina. Ryan earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Michigan, completed a general practice residency at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center in Detroit, and is a second-year endodontic resident once again at the University of Michigan. Ryan enjoys writing abstracts, golfing, playing guitar, working out and spending time with friends and family.
Dr. Hassan Yehia was raised in Dearborn, Michigan. Hassan attended Wayne State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. After graduating from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 2013, he worked as a general dentist for a couple of years. During that time, his passion for endodontics grew, and he decided to pursue specialty training in the field. He is a currently a first-year resident at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Dmitry Vodopyanov grew up in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and he went on to complete both his undergraduate and dental school education at the University of Michigan. After obtaining his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree, Dmitry continued gaining experience and education with an incredibly rewarding position as a general practice resident at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Ann Arbor. Dmitry developed a keen interest in endodontic therapy and decided to return to the University of Michigan to pursue a Master of Science degree in Endodontics. He is currently a first-year resident at the University of Michigan. In his free time, Dmitry enjoys traveling, cheering on Michigan sports teams and spending time with his family and friends.
Dr. Hooman Rabiee is Persian. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium in 1994. Hooman practiced comprehensive general dentistry until 2015 when his passion for endodontics led him to pursue specialty training at the University of Michigan. He relocated from Belgium to Ann Arbor along with his beautiful wife, Hengameh, and two wonderful children, Tiffany and Attila. Hooman enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with friends and family.
Dr. Anna DeGraft-Johnson earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Medical University of Lodz in Poland in 2004. Subsequently, Anna earned her Master of Public Administration in Health from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Anna worked in private practice as a general dentist for eight years in Poland and Norway. She then served an endodontic internship at the University of Texas in Houston before joining the Graduate Program in Endodontics at the University of Michigan. In her free hours, Anna enjoys spending time with her family, cooking and reading.
Dr. Michael Shapiro was born and raised in Calgary, Canada. He completed his undergraduate dental training at the University of Manitoba in 1999, followed by an advanced education in general dentistry residency at the University of Michigan in 2000. Michael practiced comprehensive general dentistry until 2013 when his passion for endodontics led him to pursue specialty training. Having just recently completed a three-year master’s degree at the University of Michigan’s Graduate Program in Endodontics, he will be practicing with a local endodontic group and serving as a part-time faculty member at the University of Michigan. When not practicing or teaching endodontics, Michael enjoys golfing, reading and spending time with his beautiful wife Lainie, a local orthodontist, and two wonderful children, 11-year-old Jacob and 9-year-old Maddie.