The Dawson Academy Core Curriculum is a post gradate mini-residency in solving even the most complex dental problems involving esthetics, occlusal problems, TMJ issues, and advanced restorative care. The principles learned can be applied to everyday dentistry or advanced dental cases.

The term cohort refers to a group of individuals who have something in common. In education, cohort is typically applied to students who are educated at the same period of time.

How the Northeast Cohort works

An exclusive group of 20 dentists and/or lab technicians will study and complete the Dawson Academy Core Curriculum over an 13 month period.

The curriculum consists of seven courses: two lectures completed online, four hands-on courses completed in East Hanover, New Jersey and a final lecture completed in St. Petersburg/Clearwater Beach, Florida.

The four hands-on courses will be taught by Dr. John Cranham, Clinical Director at The Dawson Academy and Dr. Rajeev Upadya, Senior Faculty. Dr. Cranham and Dr. Upadya will be available throughout the 13 month period (and beyond) to support the cohort members in implementation and clinical success.

Why cohorts works

The professional relationships cohorts build can result in a network, which extends beyond the classroom, and can significantly help students’ practice growth and fulfillment.