Physical Infrastructure

Physical Infrastructure ExampleOur building, located on the eastern end of the Center for Health Sciences, was completed in 1969 and our facilities – including offices, laboratories, clinics and classrooms – have experienced heavy and continuous use. Though many key capital projects have been successfully completed in recent years, we must continue to plan for the future infrastructure and technology needs of the school’s students, residents, faculty and staff. These needs range from short-term projects – such as completing a conversion to digital radiography and an electronic records system in the predoctoral clinic – to the more visionary expansion of our research enterprise, and the ability to accommodate large-scale lectures and events.

If you are interested in supporting the School of Dentistry in their goals to improve and expand our clinics, labs and teaching facilities, please contact us.

Contact Us

Sarah Porter
Executive Director of Development & Alumni Relations
(310) 206-6079