Dr. Nelson Rhodus Inducted as Fellow into Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

Dr. Nelson L. Rhodus was recently inducted as a fellow into the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. The college is made up of a network of over 25,000 working professionals in 100 different countries, and provides fellows with professional accreditation (from one of the oldest, most prestigious and respected surgical bodies). Fellows are required to go through a rigorous process to ensure their professional competence prior to induction.

Dr. Rhodus is a Distinguished Professor and Director of the Division of Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis and Radiology in the Department of Diagnostic and Surgical Sciences in the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. He has been awarded "Faculty of the Year" for thriteen consecutive years and is active in basic and clinical research with oral manifestations of systemic disease and chronic degenerative autoimmune diseases. 

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