From the ivory tower: The PERL Laboratories: Dental students evaluate products

Rossomando, Edward F.; Moura, Mathew
June 2007
Proofs;Jun2007, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p26
Trade Publication
The article reviews the Product Evaluation and Research Laboratory (PERL) program at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine in Farmington, Connecticut. It cites the benefits of the PERL program to dental students at the school. It explains the processes used in selecting products and technologies to be evaluated in the PERL program. It also describes the response of the dental industry to the PERL program.


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