Steven P. Engebretson
Periodontology and Implant Dentistry
New York University
United States Virgin Islands
MS, Biostatistics: Patient Oriented Research Track, Columbia University Medical Center, Joseph P. Mailman School of Public Health 2005 MS, Periodontics, Columbia University 1998 DMD, Cum laude et thesis propria, Harvard University 1995 BA, Biology, NYU, Washington Square and University College 1992
The aim of my current research is to conduct clinical trials aimed at improving periodontal and systemic health. I am particularly interested in the relationships between periodontal disease, diabetes, and atherosclerosis. Long-term goals are to explore the relationship between periodontal disease and systemic health, identify new periodontal treatments methods, and contribute to the education of future dentists and periodontists.
West, T., Langer, L., Karabin, S., Grbic, J., Budasoff, D., Gottsegen, R., Kaufman, E., Lalla, E., Lamster, I., Papapanou, P., et al. 2000. Re: A comparison of endosseous dental implant surfaces. Cochran DL (1999;70:1523-1539). J Periodontol 71:1051-1053; author reply 1055-1056.
Papapanou, P.N., Engebretson, S.P., and Lamster, I.B. 1999. Current and future approaches for diagnosis of periodontal diseases. NY State Dent J 65:32-37.
Engebretson, S.P., Lamster, I.B., Herrera-Abreu, M., Celenti, R.S., Timms, J.M., Chaudhary, A.G., di Giovine, F.S., and Kornman, K.S. 1999. The influence of interleukin gene polymorphism on expression of interleukin-1beta and tumor necrosis factor-alpha in periodontal tissue and gingival crevicular fluid. J Periodontol 70:567-573.
Fiorellini, J.P., Engebretson, S.P., Donath, K., and Weber, H.P. 1998. Guided bone regeneration utilizing expanded polytetrafluoroethylene membranes in combination with submerged and nonsubmerged dental implants in beagle dogs. J Periodontol 69:528-535.