The new ADA Forsyth Institute will continue to advance oral and overall health through ground-breaking research and innovation
The American Dental Association (ADA) and the Forsyth Institute today announced the formation of the ADA Forsyth Institute, which brings together unparalleled talent, visionary research opportunities and dynamic innovation prospects, dedicated to advancing oral health through scientific innovation and research.
“The new ADA Forsyth Institute will continue to advance oral and overall health through ground-breaking research and innovation,” said Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey. “The Forsyth Institute has been, and will continue to be, an integral part of the Massachusetts bio-innovation and research community. This new venture will build on more than a century of excellent work right here in Massachusetts, including the discovery of how fluoride prevents cavities.”
ADA Chief Executive Officer Dr. Raymond Cohlmia and Forsyth Institute Chair of the Board Elyse Cherry announced this exciting development today at Forsyth’s annual innovation conference, Forsyth dentech, in Somerville, Mass., which convenes thought leaders from government, research, industry, academia and venture capital to accelerate innovation and launch new ventures in the oral health space.
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