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Dr. Musawi appointed director of ATSU-MOSDOH preclinical education and simulation clinic

February 8, 2018
Posted In: Faculty & Staff Headlines, Missouri Campus, MOSDOH

Ammar Musawi, MDS, has been appointed director of preclinical education and simulation clinic for A.T. Still University’s Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-MOSDOH). Before accepting this new role, Dr. Musawi served in the same position in an interim capacity.

“Dr. Musawi is well prepared to assume the responsibilities of his new position,” says Dwight McCleod, DDS, MS, dean of ATSU-MOSDOH. “He is a skilled academic who embraces and promotes teaching excellence.”

Dr. Musawi is committed to enhancing the simulation clinic’s educational program. “I look forward to serving in this role, and I will continue to have student learning as my top priority,” he says.

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