Stephen Hudis, clinical associate professor of periodontics at Penn Dental Medicine, was recently appointed vice president of the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) for a one year term.
“As a prosthodontist, my passion has always been about patient care. Science and technology have given us amazing tools to provide the best treatment outcomes for our patients,” said Dr. Hudis. “These are challenging times for health care delivery in this country, and especially for our specialty. I am very excited for the opportunity to support and defend our specialty and promote its continued growth.”
Dr. Hudis joined ACP in 1980 and has contributed to fundraising and has served on several of its task forces. He maintains a private practice in Princeton, New Jersey.