Myron Allukian, DDS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine
Health Policy & Health Svcs Research

MPH, Harvard School of Public Health
BS, Tufts University
CAGS, Harvard University
DDS, University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Myron Allukian is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Policy & Health Services Research at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. As the dental director for the City of Boston for 34 years and a past president of APHA and a member of the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Dr. Allukian's career is devoted to improving oral health. He has over 140 publications and 18 chapters in books on various aspects of oral health and public health including access, prevention, policy and vulnerable populations. Dr. Allukian is also on the faculty of Harvard, and Tufts Schools of Dental Medicine.

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  1. Hatchimonji JS, Luks VL, Swendiman RA, Allukian M, Nance ML, Nace GW. Settling the Score: Injury Severity Score Fails to Capture Nuances in Pediatric Trauma. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2022 Feb 01; 38(2):e828-e832. PMID: 35100783
  2. Abramov A, Luks VL, De Bie F, Hwang R, Allukian M, Nace GW. Pneumatosis intestinalis in children beyond the neonatal period: is it always benign? Pediatr Surg Int. 2022 Mar; 38(3):399-407. PMID: 34837497
  3. Swendiman RA, Goldshore MA, Allukian M, Nace GW, Nance ML. In reply to "Abdominal angiography is associated with reduced in-hospital mortality among pediatric patients with blunt splenic and hepatic injury: A propensity-score-matching study from the national trauma registry in Japan". J Pediatr Surg. 2021 05; 56(5):1088-1089. PMID: 33840501
  4. Swendiman RA, Luks VL, Hatchimonji JS, Nayyar MG, Goldshore MA, Nace GW, Nance ML, Allukian M. Mortality After Adolescent Firearm Injury: Effect of Trauma Center Designation. J Adolesc Health. 2021 05; 68(5):978-984. PMID: 33067151
  5. Ugalde IT, Prater S, Cardenas-Turanzas M, Sanghani N, Mendez D, Peacock J, Guvernator G, Koerner C, Allukian M. Chest x-ray vs. computed tomography of the chest in pediatric blunt trauma. J Pediatr Surg. 2021 May; 56(5):1039-1046. PMID: 33051082
  6. Swendiman RA, Hatchimonji JS, Allukian M, Blinman TA, Nance ML, Nace GW. Pediatric firearm injuries: Anatomy of an epidemic. Surgery. 2020 Sep; 168(3):381-384. PMID: 32327211
  7. Zgheib C, Hodges MM, Allukian MW, Xu J, Spiller KL, Gorman JH, Gorman RC, Liechty KW. Cardiac Progenitor Cell Recruitment Drives Fetal Cardiac Regeneration by Enhanced Angiogenesis. Ann Thorac Surg. 2017 Dec; 104(6):1968-1975. PMID: 28821329
  8. Allukian M, Carter-Pokras OD, Gooch BF, Horowitz AM, Iida H, Jacob M, Kleinman DV, Kumar J, Maas WR, Pollick H, Rozier RG. Science, Politics, and Communication: The Case of Community Water Fluoridation in the US. Ann Epidemiol. 2018 06; 28(6):401-410. PMID: 28648551
  9. Nassiri S, Zgheib C, Allukian M, Xu J, Dampier W, Gorman JH, Gorman RC, Liechty K, Spiller KL. CATABOLIC AND ANABOLIC BEHAVIOR OF ALTERNATIVELY ACTIVATED MACROPHAGES IN FETAL AND ADULT RESPONSE TO MI. Wound Repair and Regeneration. 2016; 24(2):A19-A19.
  10. Zgheib C, Nassiri S, Hodges MM, Xu J, Hu J, Allukian M, Gorman JH, Gorman RC, Spiller KJ, Liechty KW. Macrophage Polarization Promotes Fetal Cardiac Regeneration after Myocardial Infarction. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2015; 223(4):e4. View Publication
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