Dr. Cameron Shahbazian is a Massachusetts native. He has received his B.S. in Biology (Magna Cum Laude) from University of New Hampshire. He is a graduate of Boston University School of Dental Medicine (Cum Laude) he has successfully completed his residency program at Lincoln Hospital, affiliated with Cornell University. Dr. Cameron Shahbazian was a lecturer of restorative and biomedical science at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and currently is clinical assistant professor of general dentistry at Boston University. Dr. Shahbazian practices general dentistry in the city of Quincy, MA and is an active member of the dental community. Both Dr. Camerons’ parents are alumni of Boston University School of dental medicine and are general dentists in Quincy. Dr. Cameron Shahbazian is fluent in English, Persian, and French.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility
Boston University’s Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine has always been an institution full of diverse individuals from faculty, staff, and students coming from all over the world. These individuals have varied cultural backgrounds, and beliefs that are often different from our own. I have always appreciated and made an effort to always ask about students’ backgrounds while trying to connect with them, by drawing from my own experiences and travels around the world. I find this to be important because it helps us appreciate and see a student’s life and values through a lens different from our own.
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