Sep 16th, 2019
Dr. Karin Arsenault
Dr. Karin Andrenyi-Arsenault graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Anatomy from McGill University. She earned her Doctor of Dental Medicine from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1994 and went on to receive a Master’s in Public Health in Health Care Management from Harvard University. She completed a Mini-Residency in Geriatric and Long-Term Care at the University of Minnesota.
She held the position of Dental Director at the South Boston Community Health Center and later was involved in developing and implementing the group practice clinical system at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. In January, she returned to academia to pursue her interests in geriatrics and public health as Clinical Director of the Geriatric Center Program.
- D. S. Michaud, et. al. “A Prospective Study of Periodontal disease and Pancreatic Cancer in US Male Health Professionals",, JNCI, 2007.
- Catherine Saint Louis, In Nursing Homes, an Epidemic of Poor Dental Hygiene" NYT, 2013.
- Helene Ragovin, For Most Seniors, Oral Health Goes Uncovered" Tufts Now, 2019.
- "Experts discuss oral health disparities, issues affecting older Americans", ADANEWS, 2016.