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    Douglas C. Solow, DDS, MBA

    TitleProfessor of Clinical and Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs and Director of Ostrow School of Dentistry Faculty Practice
    SchoolHerman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC
    DepartmentRestorative Sciences
    Address925 WEST 34TH ST.
    University Park Campus
    Los Angeles California 90089
    Phone+1 213 740 1093
    Emaildsolow@usc.edu
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      October 2013 – Dr. Douglas Solow, a leader in clinical operations and administration, has accepted the position of Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs at the Ostrow School of Dentistry of the University of Southern California (USC). Effective January 2014, he will be joining USC to oversee all clinical operations for the Ostrow School of Dentistry, including dental clinics in the Norris Dental Science Center and the Ostrow Faculty Practice in the USC Engemann Student Health Cancer. Combined, these clinics serve nearly 200,000 patients annually and play a critical role in the education of over 500 students and residents each year.

      Dr. Solow joins USC from the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, where he has served as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs since 2000. At UNC, he was responsible for overseeing patient care performed by more than 500 students and resident generating more than $9M in revenue. Dr. Solow graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and earned his dental degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1984. He went on to receive his MBA with a focus on Healthcare Administration from Duke University in 1998.


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      1. Solow D, Burnetas A, Roeder T, Greenspan NS. Evolutionary consequences of selected locus-specific variations in epistasis and fitness contribution in Kauffman's NK model. J Theor Biol. 1999 Jan 21; 196(2):181-96. PMID: 10049615.
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