CHARLOTTE, North Carolina--The National Children's Oral Health Foundation's Board of Directors recently welcomed Dr. Jane Soxman as its Chief Clinical Officer.
Dr. Soxman began her career in health care as an intensive and coronary care nurse. She attended the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry and taught there after her graduation in 1980. She completed specialty training at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Soxman is a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and has numerous articles published in the dental literature. She is on the board of advisors for General Dentistry, a Hu-Friedy Thought Leader, voluntary adjunct assistant professor of Pediatric Dentistry University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine and seminar instructor for the General Practice residencies at Allegheny General Hospital and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
She has appeared on both radio and television and has lectured to audiences throughout the United States and abroad. Her conversational style of speaking incorporates a review of the dental literature and 25 years of practice experience, earning her national recognition as a leader in continuing education. She maintains a private practice in pediatric dentistry in Allison Park, Pa.
"As a person who chose to dedicate my professional life to the care of children, I am enthusiastic and grateful for this opportunity to be involved with the truly committed mission of the NCOHF by raising awareness, facilitating access to care, and working together toward the elimination of this preventable disease," said Dr. Soxman.
"We are thrilled to announce Dr. Soxman's leadership role in working with our esteemed Scientific Advisory Board, growing Affiliate Network, and Board of Directors to ensure excellence in our mission driven program delivery," said Fern Ingber, NCOHF president and CEO. "Dr. Soxman is a very dynamic teacher, clinician, and lecturer who is passionate about ensuring every child and parent receives the education and preventive services needed for optimum oral and related systemic health."
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