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  • 1. STEPHEN WILSON, D.M.D, M.A, Ph.D. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Cincinnati, Ohio 8/10/2010 PERSONAL INFORMATION Office Address: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center 3333 Burnet Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 (513)636-4644 e-mail: stephen.wilson1@cchmc.org EDUCATION 1982.84 University of Louisville Pediatric Dentistry Residency Certificate 1978-82 University of Louisville Dentistry D.M.D. 1974-78 University of Louisville Physiology Ph.D. 1972-74 Eastern Illinois University Psychology M.A. 1964-68 Eastern Illinois University Psychology B.S. ACADEMIC POSITIONS Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center/University of Cincinnati School of Medicine 2005-- Professor, tenured Pediatrics Administration 2005-- Chair, Division of Dentistry University of Colorado School of Dentistry 2001-05 Professor, tenured Pediatric Dentistry Administration 2001-05 Associate Dean for Graduate Studies 2001-05 Chair, Pediatric Dentistry 2001-05 Chief of Dentistry, The Childrens Hospital
  • 2. Stephen Wilson Page 2 Ohio State University College of Dentistry (OSU) 1998-01 Professor Pediatric Dentistry 1991-98 Associate Professor Pediatric Dentistry (Tenured) 1985-91 Assistant Professor Pediatric Dentistry 1985-01 Graduate Faculty Administration 1985-01 Director of Research, Section of Pediatric Dentistry 1991-01 Director, Postgraduate Pediatric Dentistry Program 1995-01 Chief of Pediatric Dentistry, Columbus Children's Hospital University of Louisville School of Dentistry (ULSD) 1984-85 Assistant Professor Pediatric Dentistry 1984-85 Graduate Faculty 1984-85 Associate Faculty Oral Biology 1984-85 Associate Faculty Physiology 2005-07 Clinical Professor Pediatric Dentistry Administration 1984-85 Clinic Director Pediatric Dentistry 2005-07 Assistant Dean for Postdoctoral Programs FELLOWSHIPS 1982-84 American Fund for Dental Health Fellow 1983-84 United Cerebral Palsy Clinical Fellow HOSPITAL STAFF APPOINTMENTS 1984-85 Kosair-Children's Hospital, Louisville, KY. 1985-01 Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH. 1987.91 Coshocton County Hospital, Coshocton, OH. 2001.5 The Children’s Hospital, Denver, CO. 2001.6 Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, OH 2007--- Kosair-Children’s Hospital, Louisville, KY. MILITARY 1969.72 U.S. Army, Military Intelligence, Counter-intelligence agent
  • 3. Stephen Wilson Page 3 Honorable Discharge PROFESSIONALLY RELATED EMPLOYMENT/CONSULTANT 2003-05 Consultant, Colorado Dental Association 1995-97 Consultant, National Institutes of Dental Research 1995-00 Consultant, Commission on Dental Accreditation, American Dental Association 1994-97 Consultant, Federal Drug Administration 1978-82 Graduate Instructor, Oral Biology (Oral Physiology) ULSD 1975-78 Graduate Instructor, Physiology (Neurophysiology) ULSD 1973-74 Graduate Instructor, Psychology (Statistics) Eastern Illinois University 1972-73 Research Assistant, Psychology Eastern Illinois University 1969-72 Special Agent, U.S. Army, Military Intelligence LICENSURE AND BOARD INFORMATION 1982 Kentucky #5429 Dentistry 2006 Kentucky (Pediatrics) #788 Dentistry 1985 Ohio #18004 Dentistry 2001 Colorado DEN8369 Dentistry 1991 Conscious Intravenous Sedation Permit, Ohio Dental Board Permit No. 147 1992 Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry 1992 College of Diplomates, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry 1992 Fellow, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 2002 Sedation permit, Colorado 2006 Kentucky Anesthesia Permit, #341 MEMBERSHIP - PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (Date Joined) 1978 Society of Neurosciences 1978 Sigma Xi Honorary Society 1978 American Association of Dental Schools 1978 International Association for Dental Research
  • 4. Stephen Wilson Page 4 1982 American Dental Association 1982 American Academy of Pediatric Dentist 1982 American Society of Dentistry for Children 1985 Ohio Dental Association 1985 Columbus Dental Society 1985 Ohio Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 1990 American Dental Society of Anesthesiology 1990 International Federation of Dental Anesthesiology Societies 1996 American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association 1998 American Academy of Pediatrics 2001 Colorado Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 2001 Colorado Dental Association 2005 Cincinnati Dental Society AWARDS, HONORS AND OTHER RECOGNITIONS 1974 Psi Chi National Honorary Society in Psychology 1982 Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Honor Dental Society 1982 Omicron Delta Kappa Award for the Outstanding Graduating Senior 1982 American Society of Dentistry for Children Award 1982 Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society 1982 Pierre Fauchard Leadership Award 1982 Beta Delta Fraternity 1982 Del Phi Honorary Society 1990 American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Competition ** 1st Place, Clinical Science Division ** 1996 Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Toronto, Toronto Canada 1999 Distinguished Alumnus Award, Eastern Illinois University 2002 Fellow, American College of Dentists 2003-04 President, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry 2004 Denver’s Top Dentists Award, 5280 Denver’s Mile High Magazine (Pediatrics) 2006 Member, Eastern Illinois University Foundation Board 2006 Executive Director, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Dental Foundation 2007 Pediatric Dentistry of the Year – Awarded by American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 2007 Spencer, McGown, Wilson Award – Award to undergraduate psychology students named after self
  • 5. Stephen Wilson Page 5 2008 Member, Oversight & Outreach Committee, Eastern Illinois University, Graduate School 2008 Cincinnati’s Top Dentists Award GRANTS, RESEARCH, AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES 1. Eastern Illinois University Research Grant (1972-73): Effects of metrazol on oddity acquisition in squirrel monkeys. 2. University of Louisville School of Medicine Research Grant, (1981-82): Horseradish peroxidase and pulpal afferents. 3. Hoffman LaRoche Pharmaceutical Laboratories (1983-84): Alphaprodine/chloral hydrate sedation. 4. Ohio State University Grant (1986): Videotaped feedback for residents in pediatric dentistry. $2,000. 2/86. 5. "Psychosedation for the Pediatric Dental Patient", Principal Investigator, OSU Seed Grant, $10,000, 4/86 - 8/88 6. "Smokeless Tobacco and Plasma Lipoproteins", Co- investigator, OSU Seed Grant, $7,700, 4/86 - 8/88 7. "A Comparative Trial of Succinylcholine vs. Lidocaine-Atracurium for Intubation in Short Outpatient Procedures", Co-investigator, College of Dentistry, Ohio State University, $2,500, 10/87 - 9/88 8. "Psychosedation and the Pediatric Patient", Principal Investigator, National Institute of Dental Research, $15,000, 7/88 - 6/90 9. McNeil Pharmaceutical Company (l988): Effect of an anti-inflammatory drug (ibuprofen) on the level of discomfort/pain in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. Co-investigator, $5,000, 7/88 - 6/89 10. "Psychosedation and Monitoring of Pediatric Dental Patients", Principal Investigator, College of
  • 6. Stephen Wilson Page 6 Dentistry, Ohio State University, $2,500, 10/88 - 9/89 11. College of Dentistry, Ohio State University (1990): Child Temperament and Conscious Sedation. Co- investigator, $2,500, 7/89-6/90 12. Children's Dentistry: Temperament, Monitoring & Sedation, Principal Investigator, National Institute of Health, $379,126, approved, non-funded. 13. Ohio State University Interdisciplinary Grant (1992): Efficacy of self-administered nitrous oxide compared to intravenous conscious sedation for pain management during fracture reduction in children. Co- Investigator, $53,380, approved, non-funded. 14. Children's Hospital Research Foundation (1993): Efficacy of self-administered nitrous oxide compared to intravenous conscious sedation for pain management during fracture reduction in children. Co- Investigator, $4,998. 15. Children's Dentistry: Temperament, Monitoring & Sedation, Principal Investigator, National Institute of Health (revised application), $490,892, approved, non-funded. 16. Hoffman-LaRoche (1996): The pharmacokinetics of midazolam and alpha-hydroxymidazolam following single dose intravenous and oral investigational syrup administration in pediatric patients. Co- Investigator, $28,995, approved, funded. 1/97-3/97. 17. Hoffman-LaRoche (1997): Age as a predictor of the effectiveness of sedation in children. Primary Investigator, $20,620, approved, non-funded. 18. Espy Corporation (1997): Clinical evaluation of two compomer restorative materials. Co-clinical investigator, $20,000, approved, funded. 5/97-5/99. 19. HRSA Pediatric Dentistry Residency Grants (2000): Pediatric Dentistry Residency and Academic Position Grant. Primary Investigator, $75,000, funded.
  • 7. Stephen Wilson Page 7 20. HRSA Pediatric Dentistry Residency Grants (2002-04): Pediatric Dentistry and Dental Anesthesiology. Primary Investigator, $200,000, funded. 21. NIH/NIDCR Center Grant Site Director/Investigator, The Effect Of Severe Early Childhood Caries(S-ECC)On Growth In Young Children, $82,500, funded. 22. HRSA Pediatric Dentistry Residency Grants: I-71 Pediatric Dentistry Educational Corridor, Primary Investigator, $225,000, non-funded. COMMITTEES AND OFFICES - LOCAL University of Louisville School of Dentistry 1978-82 Class President, (freshman, sophomore and senior years) 1980-81 Class Vice President, (junior year) 1981-82 Vice President, Dental School Senate (senior year) 1984-85 Research Committee 1984-85 Postgraduate Affairs Advisory Committee 1984-85 University Human Studies Committee 1984-85 Faculty Nomination Committee 1985 Search Committee, Biochemistry Chairman 1985 Operating Room Committee Kosair-Children Hospital Ohio State University 1985-91 Research Committee 1989-91 Research Committee, Chairperson 1991-93 Research Committee, Ex Officio 1986 Search Committee-Dean Clinical Affairs 1986-90 Faculty Council Committee 1987-90 Columbus Dental Society Children’s Dental Health Month Committee 1987 Search Committee Program Director (Pedo) 1989-90 Membership Committee OKU 1991-92 Convocation Committee OKU 1990-95 Protocol Review and Advisory Committee - Clinical Studies Center, Children's Hospital 1990-92 Outcomes Assessment Committee/OSU Accreditation 1992-91 Quality Control Committee, Children's Hospital 1992-94 Pain Management Program, Children's Hospital
  • 8. Stephen Wilson Page 8 1992-93 Quality Assurance, Children's Hospital 1993-98 Credentials Committee, Children's Hospital 1994-96 Staff Activities Committee, Children's Hospital 1993-95 Secretary-Treasurer OKU 1995-01 Promotion & Tenure Committee 1998-01 Promotion & Tenure Committee, Chairperson 1997.1 Research & University Distinguished Scholar Award 2000.1 Credentials Committee 1997-01 Sedation Committee, Children’s Hospital University of Colorado & The Children’s Hospital 2001-05 Joint Dental Affiliation Committee, Chair 2001-05 Continuing Education Committee, SOD 2001-05 Strategic Dental Planning Committee, Chair 2001-05 Executive Committee, SOD 2003-05 Faculty Grievance Committee, SOD 2001-05 Research Committee, SOD 2003-05 Dental Curriculum Committee, SOD 2002-05 Continuing Education Advisory Committee, SOD 2003-05 Dean’s Review Committee, SOD 2003-05 Medical Board Committee, Children’s Hospital 2001-05 Surgical Chair’s Committee, Children’s Hospital Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center 2005--- Pediatric: Division Directors’ Committee 2005--- Surgery: Directors’ Committee COMMITTEES AND OFFICES – STATE AND NATIONAL American Association of Dental Schools (Council of Students) 1979-80 Regional Correspondent 1980-81 Secretary 1981-82 Chairman 1982-83 Member-At-Large 1983.85 Vice-President 1983-85 Executive Committee 1982 Planning Committee GPR Program 1983-84 Special Committee Student Affairs 1987 Reference Committee Member (Assoc Admin)
  • 9. Stephen Wilson Page 9 1986-88 Postgraduate Survey Committee (Pedo Sect) 1992 Reference Committee Chairman (Assoc Admin) American Association of Dental Schools (Council of Faculty) 1988-94 Faculty Representative - OSU 1994-95 Member-At-Large 1995-96 Secretary 1996-97 Vice Chair 1997-98 Chair 1998-01 Vice-President 1998-01 Executive Committee American Dental Education Association (Council of Hospitals and Advanced Education Programs) 2005.6 Secretary 2006.7 Vice-Chair 2006.8 Chair American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 1988-89 Faculty and Student Relations (Chair) 1989-93 Consultant, Research Committee 1990-91 Subcommittee to Educational Committee to study Postdoctoral Training/Academics 1990-94 Research Committee 1993-94 Research Committee, Chair 1991-92 Ad Hoc Committee on Update Award 1992-93 Subcommittee for Practitioner Clinical Research Project 1990--- Subcommittee on Sedation 1992-96 Subcommittee on Sedation, Chair 1993-95 Subcommittee for Scientific Program Planning 1995-96 Consultant, Ad Hoc Committee on Infant Dental Care 1995.96 Task Force on Model Legislation for Sedation 2001-04 Task Force on Behavior Management American Board of Pediatric Dentistry 2003-04 President, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry 1999-04 Director, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry 1993-99 Consultant to American Board of Pediatric
  • 10. Stephen Wilson Page 10 Dentistry 1995-99 Member, American Board of Pediatric Dentistry Advisory Council American Society of Anesthesiology 1994-95 Task Force on Sedation and Analgesia by Non- Anesthesiologists American Dental Association 1996-00 Task Force on Sedation and Anesthesiology Ohio Society of Dental Anesthesiology 1999-0 Vice President Colorado Oral Health Network 2004.5 Member American Dental Society of Anesthesiology 2007- Continuing Education Committee – Adjunct member Eastern Illinois University 2008- Member, Graduate School Advisory Board (Committee on Mission & Policy) EDITORSHIPS Pediatric Dentistry 1991-92 Abstract Editor 1992-95 Editorial Board/Editor Focus on Pediatrics 1992-94 Editorial Board/Editor Anesthesia Progress 1996--- Editorial Review Board
  • 11. Stephen Wilson Page 11 PUBLICATIONS 1. Wilson S and Spencer WB. Schedule-induced polydipsia: species limitations. Psychological Reports, 36: 863-866, 1975. 2. Wilson S and Reid KH. Reflex versus behavioral responses to tooth pulp stimulation in the cat. Physiology and Behavior, 20: 717-722, 1978. 3. Fuller PM, Wilson S, and Winfrey J. A lack of peripheral transmedian innervation of feline mandibular canine teeth as determined by horseradish peroxidase. Brain Research, 179: 362-366, 1979. 4. Wilson S, Fuller PM, and Winfrey JL. Histochemical evidence for strictly ipsilateral innervation of maxillary canine teeth in cats. Experimental Neurology, 70: 138-145, 1980. 5. Wilson S, Suddick RP, Shay JS, and Hustmyer Jr. FE. Correlations of scores on embedded figures and mirror tracing with pre-clinical technique grades and PMAT scores of dental students. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 53: 31-35, 1981. 6. Suddick RP, Yancey JM, Devine S, and Wilson S. Field dependence-independence and dental student clinical performance. Journal of Dental Education, 47: 149-154, 1983. 7. Wilson S, Winfrey J, Fuller PM, and Johns P. A horseradish peroxidase study of feline mandibular incisors. Brain Research, 260: 287-290, 1983. 8. Wilson S and Reid KH. Effect of pentobarbital on the strength duration curve of the jaw opening reflex to tooth pulp stimulation in cats. Physiology and Behavior, 31: 411-415, 1983. 9. Wilson S, Johns P, and Fuller PM. The inferior alveolar and mylohyoid nerves: an anatomical study and its relationship to local anesthesia of the mandibular teeth. Journal of the American Dental Association, 108: 350-352, 1984.
  • 12. Stephen Wilson Page 12 10. Wilson S, Johns P, and Fuller PM. Accessory innervation of mandibular anterior teeth in cats: a horseradish peroxidase study. Brain Research, 298: 392-396, 1984. 11. Wilson S, Escobar V, Hersh JH, and Haskell B. Cohen Syndrome: a case report. Pediatric Dentistry, 7: 326-328, 1985. 12. Wilson S, Badgett JT, and Gould A. Tooth eruption and otitis media: are they related? Pediatric Dentistry, 8: 296-298, 1986. 13. Wilson S, Venzel JM, and Miller R. Angiography gingival hyperplasia and the Sturge-Weber Syndrome: a case report. Journal of Dentistry for Children 53: 283-286, 1986. 14. Farman AG and Wilson S. Diagnostic Imaging in Sturge-Weber Syndrome. Dento MaxilloFacial Radiology 14: 97-100, 1986. 15. Wilson S, Gould AR, and Wolff C. Multiple lymphangiomas of the alveolar ridge in a neonate - a case study. Pediatric Dentistry 8: 321-234, 1986. 16. Beiraghi S, Wilson S, Cornhill JF, and Sloan H. Effect of smokeless tobacco on plasma lipoproteins in adolescents. Pediatric Dentistry 10: 19-21, 1987. 17. Wilson S and Dunlap B. Relationship between field dependency and dental student evaluations of radiographs. Journal of Dental Education 52: 208-209, 1988. 18. Wilson S. Maternal perceptions of child behavior: handi-capped versus nonhandicapped. Special Care, May-June, 1988. 19. Schneidman E, Wilson S, and Spuller RL. Complete overlay dentures for the pediatric patient Pediatric Dentistry 10: 222-225, 1988.
  • 13. Stephen Wilson Page 13 20. Steinberg B, Shuler C, and Wilson S. Neuroectodermal tumor of infancy a multicentric study. Oral Diagnosis Oral Pathology and Oral Surgery 66: 666-669, 1988. 21. Beiraghi S, Spuller R, Rosen S, Wilson S, and Beck M. The effect of low level fluoride and caries incidence in rats. Caries Research 23: 168-171, 1989. 22. Ngan P, Wilson S, and Kess B. Discomfort associated with orthodontic treatment. American Journal of Orthodontics 96: 47-55, 1989. 23. Wilson S, Ngan P, and Kess B. Time course of the discomfort in young patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 107-110, 1989. 24. Wilson S, Tafaro S, and Vieth B. Electromography: its potential as an adjunct to other monitored parameters during conscious sedation in children receiving dental treatment. Anesthesia Progress 37: 11-15, 1990. 25. Luyk NH, Weaver JM Wilson S, Quinn C, and Beck F.M. A comparative trial of succinylcholine versus low dose atracurium-lidocaine combination for intubation in short outpatient procedures. Anesthesia Progress 37: 238-243, 1990. 26. Beiraghi S, Atkins S, Rosen S, Wilson S, Odom J, and Beck M. Calcium lactate in prevention of erosion in rats when added to Coca-Cola. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 312-315, 1989. 27. Wilson S and McTigue DJ. Survey on conscious sedation practices in pediatric dentistry advanced residency programs. Journal of Dental Education 53: 595-597, 1989. 28. Schneidman E, Wilson S, and Erkis R. An alternative approach to rapid palatal expansion. Pediatric Dentistry 12: 92-97, 1990. 29. Wilson S, Flood T, Kramer N, McTigue D, and Steinberg B. A study of facially expressed emotions as a function of age exposure time and sex in children. Pediatric Dentistry 12: 28-32, 1990.
  • 14. Stephen Wilson Page 14 30. Wilson S. Conscious sedation and pulse oximetry: false alarms? Pediatric Dentistry 12: 228-232, 1990. 31. Kao EC, Ngan PW, Wilson S, and Konovich R. Wire bending test as a predictor of preclinical performance by dental students. Perceptual and Motor Skills 71: 667-673, 1990. 32. Lawrence SM, McTigue DJ, Wilson S, Odom JG, Waggoner WF, and Fields Jr HW. Parental attitudes toward behavior management techniques used in pediatric dentistry. Pediatric Dentistry 13: 151-155, 1991. 33. Wilson S, Antalis D, and McTigue DJ. Group affect on parental rating of acceptability of behavioral management techniques used in pediatric dentistry. Pediatric Dentistry 13: 200-203, 1991. 34. Tafaro S, Wilson S, Beiraghi S, Weaver J, and Travers J. The evaluation of child behavior during dental examination and treatment using premedication and placebo. Pediatric Dentistry 13: 339-343, 1991. 35. Wilson S. Patient monitoring in the conscious sedation of children for dental care. Current Opinion in Dentistry 1: 570- 576, 1991. 36. Wilson S. Chloral hydrate and its effects on multiple physiological parameters in young children: a dose- response study. Pediatric Dentistry 14: 171-177, 1992 37. Ngan P, Wilson S, Fillman M, and Wei SHY. Treatment of class II open bite malocclusion in early mixed dentition using removable functional appliance and headgear. Quintessence International 23: 323-333, 1992. 38. Havelka C, McTigue D, Wilson S, and Odom J. The influence of social status and prior explanation on parental attitude toward behavior management techniques. Pediatric Dentistry 14: 376-381, 1992.
  • 15. Stephen Wilson Page 15 39. Lochary M, Wilson S, Griffen AL, and Coury DL. Temperament as a predictor of behavior for conscious sedation in dentistry. Pediatric Dentistry 15: 348-352, 1993. 40. Wilson S. Facial electromyography and chloral hydrate in the young dental patient. Pediatric Dentistry 15: 343-347, 1993. 41. Wilson S and Casamassimo P. Monitoring techniques for conscious sedation. Workshop of the College of Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Pediatric Dentistry 15: 437-38, 1993. 42. Radis FG, Wilson S, Griffen AL, and Coury DL. Temperament as a predictor of behavior during initial dental examination in children. Pediatric Dentistry 16: 121-127, 1994. 43. Ngan P, Wilson S, Shanfeld J, and Amini H. The effects of ibuprofen on the level of discomfort in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 106: 88-95, 1994. 44. Wilson S and Flood T. Age-appropriate response of children in the dental clinic. Pediatric Dentistry 16: 453, 1994. 45. Wilson S. Conscious sedation in dentistry: research and education. Pediatric Dentistry 16: 176-177, 1994. 46. Wilson S. Pediatric sedation with a twist on terminology. Journal of the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry 1: 4-5, 1995. 47. Brandes DA, Wilson S, Preisch JW, and Casamassimo PS. A comparison of opinions from parents of disabled and non-disabled children on behavior management techniques used in dentistry. Special Care in Dentistry 15: 119-123, 1995.
  • 16. Stephen Wilson Page 16 48. Wilson S. A reviewing of important elements in sedation study methodology. Pediatric Dentistry 17: 413-418, 1995. 49. Wilson S. Review of monitors and monitoring during sedation with emphasis on clinical applications. Pediatric Dentistry 17: 406-412, 1995. 50. McCann W, Wilson S, Larsen P, and Stehle B. The effects of nitrous oxide on behavior and physiological parameters during conscious sedation with a moderate dose of chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine. Pediatric Dentistry 18: 35-41, 1996. 51. Wilson S, Creedon RL, George M, and Troutman K. A history of sedation guidelines: where we are headed in the future. Pediatric Dentistry 18: 194-199, 1996. 52. Wilson S. Sedation and Monitors. Journal of the Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry 2: 10-11, 1996. 53. Wilson S. A survey of the american academy of pediatric dentistry membership: nitrous oxide and sedation. Pediatric Dentistry 18: 287-293, 1995. 54. Wilson S, Smith GA, Preisch J, and Casamassimo PS. Epidemiology of dental trauma treated in an urban pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care 13: 12-15, 1997. 55. Wilson S. Defining and implementing interprogram research and clinical programs. Pediatric Dentistry 19: 219-221 1997. 56. Fishbaugh DF, Wilson S, Preisch JW, and Weaver II JM. Effect of tonsil presence and size on an airway blockage maneuver in children during sedation. Pediatric Dentistry 19: 277-281, 1997. 57. Wilson S, Smith GA, Preisch J, and Casamassimo PS. Non-traumatic dental emergencies in a pediatric emergency department. Clinical Pediatrics 36: 333-337, 1997.
  • 17. Stephen Wilson Page 17 58. Wilson S. Discussion: breathing patterns and levels of consciousness in children during administration of nitrous oxide after oral midazolam premedication. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 55: 1378-1379, 1997. 59. Wilson S, Matusak A, Casamassimo PS, and Larsen P. The effects of nitrous oxide on pediatric dental patients sedated with chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine as measured by behavior and physiologic parameters. Pediatric Dentistry 20: 253-258, 1998. 60. Wilson S. It was just my time. Pediatric Dentistry 20: 308-309. (Letter to Editor) 61. Mathew T, Casamassimo PS, Wilson S, Preisch J, Allen E, and Hayes JR. Effect of dental treatment on the lung function of children with asthma. Journal of American Dental Association 129: 1120-1128, 1998. 62. Kendrick F, Wilson S, Coury DL, and Preisch JW. Comparison of temperaments of children with and without baby bottle tooth decay. Journal of Dentistry for Children 65: 198-203, 1998. 63. Wilson S, Molina L, Preisch J, and Weaver J. The effect of electronic dental anesthesia on behavior during local anesthetic injection in the young sedated dental patient. Pediatric Dentistry 21: 12-17, 1999. 64. Lamell CW, Fraone G, Casamassimo PS, and Wilson S. Presenting characteristics and treatment outcomes for tongue lacerations in children. Pediatric Dentistry 21: 34-38, 1999. 65. Saxen MA, Wilson S, and Paravecchio R. Anesthesia for pediatric dentistry. Dental Clinics of North America 43: 231-245, 1999. 66. Fraone G, Wilson S, Casamassimo PS, Weaver J, and Pulido AM. The effect of orally administered midazolam on children of three age groups during restorative dental care. Pediatric Dentistry 21: 235-241, 1999.
  • 18. Stephen Wilson Page 18 67. Carr KR, Wilson S, Nimer S, and Thornton JB Jr. Current trends in behavior management techniques among pediatric dentists practicing in the southeastern United States. Pediatric Dentistry 21: 347-353, 1999. 68. Casamassimo PS and Wilson S. Practicing pediatric dentist and postdoctoral program director opinions on current accreditation standards for postdoctoral pediatric dentistry training programs. Pediatric Dentistry 21: 354-358, 1999. 69. Wilson S. Strategies for managing children’s behavior – how much do we know? Pediatric Dentistry 21: 382-384, 1999. 70. Wilson S, Easton J, Lamb K, Orchardson R, and Casamassimo P. A retrospective study of chloral hydrate, meperidine, hydroxyzine, and midazolam regimens used to sedate children for dental care. Pediatric Dentistry 22: 107-112, 2000. 71. Wilson S. The American Board of Pediatric Denistry and its Advisory Council: why would you want to participate? Pediatric Dentistry 22: 337, 2000. 72. Wilson S. Pharmacologic behavior management for dental treatment. Pediatric Clinics of North America 47: 1159-1175, 2000. 73. Ferrillo PJ Jr. et al. Report of the ADEA president’s task force on the surgeon general’s report on oral health. Journal of Dental Education 64: 708-714, 2000. 74. Kaenel DV, Vitangeli N, Casamassimo PS, Wilson S, and Preisch J. Social risk factors associated with pediatric emergency department visits for dental pain. Pediatric Dentistry 23: 56-60,2001. 75. Wilson S, Farrell K, Griffen A, Coury D. Didactic and clinical experiences in postgraduate pediatric dental residencies: conscious sedation. Pediatric Dentistry, 23: 307-314, 2001.
  • 19. Stephen Wilson Page 19 76. Wilson S. Conscious sedation and oxymorons: a response (invited commentary). Journal of Pediatrics, 139(1), 2001. 77. Wilson S. American Board of Pediatric Dentistry Advisory Council: selection, duties, and training ground for new directors. Pediatric Dentistry, 23: 135, 2001. 78. Quinonez, R, Santos RG, Wilson S, Cross H. The relationship between child temperament and early childhood caries. Pediatric Dentistry, 23: 5-10, 2001. 79. Casamassimo PS, Wilson S, and Gross L. Effects of changing U.S. parenting styles on dental practice: perceptions of diplomats of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Pediatric Dentistry, 24:18-22, 2002. 80. Creem-Aitken J, Wilson S, Coury D, and Moursi AM. The effect of music distraction on pain, anxiety and behavior in pediatric dental patients. Pediatric Dentistry, 24:114-118, 2002. 81. Religa ZC, Wilson S, Ganzberg SI, and Casamassimo PS. Association among bispectral analysis and level of conscious sedation of pediatric dental patients. Pediatric Dentistry, 24:221-226, 2002. 82. Hall D, Weaver J, Ganzberg S, Rashid R, and Wilson S. Bispectral EEG index monitoring of high dose nitrous oxide and low dose sevoflurane sedation. Anesthesia Progress,49:56-62, 2002. 83. Moursi AM, Leopold A, Weaver J, Wilson S. Lidocaine delivered from a transmucosal patch in children. Anesthesia Progress, 49: 82-87, 2002. 84. Leopold A, Wilson S, Weaver J, Moursi AM. Pharmacokinetics of lidocaine delivered from a transmucosal patch in children. Pediatric Dentistry, 24: 82-87, 2002.
  • 20. Stephen Wilson Page 20 85. Gill KM, Wilson S, Preisch JW, Weaver JM. Comparison of the efficacy of oral midazolam versus midazolam and meperidine combination in the pediatric dental patient. Pediatric Dentistry, 25:468-474, 2003. 86. Rhodes A, Wilson S. Research in pediatric dental postgraduate programs and residencies. Pediatric Dentistry, 26:75-78, 2004. 87. Wilson S. Pharmacological management of the pediatric dental patient. Pediatric Dentistry, 26:131-135, 2004. 88. Wilson S, Cody WE. Behavior Management: Are we the experts or the mediators? Pediatric Dentistry, 27: 331-338, 2005. 89. Dionne RA, et al. Balancing efficacy and safety in the use of oral sedation in dental outpatients. Journal of American Dental Association, 137: 502-513, 2006. 90. Martinez D. Wilson S. Children’s 24-hour post sedation recovery: a parental survey. Pediatric Dentistry, 28: 260-264, 2006. 91. Council of Hospitals and Advanced Education Programs. Beyond Your D.D.S.: Selecting a Residency or Graduate Program. Bulletin of Dental Education On-Line 2006, 39 (Sept). 92. Cote CJ, Wilson S, et al. Guidelines for monitoring and management of pediatric patients during and after sedation for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures: an update. Pediatrics, 118: 2587-2602, 2006. 93. Wilson S. Some thoughts on sedation. Journal of Pediatric Dental Care, 12: 7-8, 2006. 94. Wilson S. Tips about monitors & monitoring. Journal of Pediatric Dental Care, 12: 13-14, 2006.
  • 21. Stephen Wilson Page 21 95. Wilson S. The management of pediatric dental patients: important considerations. The Beacon (American Association of Dental Consultants), 29: 5-6, 2007. 96. Easton J, Landgraf JM, Casamassimo PS, Wilson S. and Ganzberg S. Evaluation of a generic quality of life instrument for early childhood caries-related pain. Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, 2008. 97. Kahl J, Easton J, Johnson G, Zuk J, Wilson S, and Galinkin J. Formocresol Blood Levels in Children Receiving Dental Treatment under General Anesthesia. Pediatric Dentistry, 30(5): 393-399, 2008. 98. Cambell RE, Weinshel R, Backeljauw P, Wilson S, Bean J, and Shao M. Dental Development in children with Growth Hormone Insensitivity syndrome – Demirjian Analysis of Serial Panoramic Radiographs. The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, 46(4): 409-414, 2009. 99. Mayeda C. and Wilson S. Complications Within the First 24 Hours After Dental Rehabilitation Under General Anesthesia. Pediatric Dentistry, 31(7): 513-519. 100. Slawinski D and Wilson S. Rubber Dam Use: A Survey Of Pediatric Dentistry Training Programs And Private Practitioners. Pediatric Dentistry, in press. 101. Collette J, Wilson S, and Sullivan D. A Study of the Isolite System during Sealant Placement: Efficacy and Patient Acceptance. Pediatric Dentistry, accepted for publication. 102. Carter L, Wilson S, and Turner E. Descriptive Study of Perioperative Analgesic Medications Associated With General Anesthesia For Dental Rehabilitation of Children. Pediatric Dentistry, accepted for publication. 103. Virata R and Wilson S. Comparing Pre-Operating Room Treatment Plans With Actual Treatment Performed. Pediatric Dentistry, submitted for publication.
  • 22. Stephen Wilson Page 22 TEXTBOOKS/CHAPTERS 1. Wilson S. "An Orientation To Hospital Dentistry". Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D. and Nowak A. (Eds.) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1987. 2. Wilson S and Montgomery, R.D. "Local Anesthesia And Oral Surgery In Children". Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D. and Nowak A. (Eds.) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1987. 3. Wilson S. "Nonpharmacologic Issues In Pain Perception And Control". Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D. and Nowak A. (Eds.) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, 2nd Ed,, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1994. 4. Wilson S and Montgomery RD. "Local Anesthesia And Oral Surgery". Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D. and Nowak A. (Eds.) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, 2nd Ed, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1994. 5. Wilson S, Dilley DC, Vann Jr. WF, and Anderson JA. “Pain and Anxiety Control (Part I: Pain Perception Control)”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, 3rd Ed, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1999. 6. Wilson S, Dilley DC, Van, Jr WF, and Anderson JA. “Pain and Anxiety Control (Part II: Pain Reaction Control and Conscious Sedation)”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, 3rd Ed, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1999. 7. Wilson S. “Nonpharmacologic Issues In Pain Perception And Control”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Dentistry for Infants,
  • 23. Stephen Wilson Page 23 Children and Adolescents, 3rd Ed, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1999. 8. Wilson S and Montgomery RD. “Local Anesthesia And Oral Surgery”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Dentistry for Infants, Children and Adolescents, 3rd Ed, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1999. 9. Wilson S. Behavior Management Section. In Nowak AJ, The Handbook, 2nd Ed, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, 1999. 10. Wilson S. “Nonpharmacologic Issues In Pain Perception And Control”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence, 4th Ed, Philadelphia, Elsevier Saunders, 2005. 11. Wilson S. “Pain Perception Control”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence, 4th Ed, Philadelphia, Elsevier Saunders, 2005. 12. Wilson S. “Pain Reaction Control: Sedation”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence, 4th Ed, Philadelphia, Elsevier Saunders, 2005. 13. Wilson S. “Local Anesthesia and Oral Surgery in Children”. Pinkham J, Casamassimo P, Fields H, McTigue D, and Nowak A. (Eds) Pediatric Dentistry: Infancy Through Adolescence, 4th Ed, Philadelphia, Elsevier Saunders, 2005. 14. Wilson S & Maestrello CL. Chapter 13: Behavior Guidance. In Nowak AJ and Casamassimo PS, The Handbook of Pediatric Dentistry, 3rd Ed, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, 2007. ABSTRACTS 1. Wilson S, Meyer JR, and Reid KH. Noxious stimulation of the tooth pulp in awake cats: a behavioral study.
  • 24. Stephen Wilson Page 24 Society of Neurosciences: Toronto, Canada, (Abstract 1386) 1976. 2. Wilson S and Reid KH. Effects of repetitive tooth pulp stimulation (TPS) on the jaw opening reflex (JOR) in awake cats. International Association of Dental Research: Washington, DC, Journal of Dental Research (Abstract 535) 1978. 3. Reid KH, Stege III GC, and Wilson S. Changes in responsiveness of the jaw opening reflex elicited by tooth pulp stimulation in the cat during sleep barbiturate anesthesia. Society of Neurosciences: St. Louis, Mo, Neurosciences (Abstract 1743) 1978. 4. Winfrey JL, Fuller PM, and Wilson S. A horseradish peroxidase study of rat incisor innervation. American Association for Dental Research, Los Angeles, Ca, Journal of Dental Research (Abstract 403) 1980. 5. Fuller PM and Wilson S. Innervation of maxillary canine teeth as determined by horseradish peroxidase. American Association for Dental Research, Los Angeles, Ca, Journal of Dental Research, (Abstract 404) 1980. 6. Wilson S and Suddick RP. Embedded figures and inverted star tracing tests of dental students related to pre-clinical technique grades and to DAT-PMAT scores. Journal of Dental Education, 44: 44, 1980. 7. Fuller PM, Wilson S, Winfrey J, and Johns P. Is there a crossed innervation of the anterior teeth? Society of Neuroscience, Los Angeles, Ca, Neurosciences 1981. 8. Winfrey J, Wilson S, and Fuller P.M. Histochemical evidence for ipsilateral innervation of mandibular incisors teeth. Journal of Dental Research, 60: (Abstract 289) 1981. 9. Johns P, Fuller PM, and Wilson S. Sensory innervation of the mandibular incisors: an additional pathway. Journal of Dental Research, 60: (Abstract 291) 1981. 10. Yancey JM, Devine SM, Wilson S, and Suddick R.P. Perceptual cognitive style as a correlate of dental
  • 25. Stephen Wilson Page 25 student clinical performance. Journal of Dental Education 45: 33 1981. 11. Wilson S, Posnick WR, and Mays M. The effect of chloral hydrate/alphaprodine sedation on brainwave activity in pediatric dental patients. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: Scottsdale Ar Pediatric Dentistry 6: 177-178 1984. 12. Beiraghi S and Wilson S. Effects of smokeless tobacco on blood lipoproteins. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: New Orleans La Pediatric Dentistry 9: 170 1987. 13. Wilson S. Maternal perceptions of child behavior: Stress and clinical status. Journal of Dental Research 66: (Abstract #573) 1987. 14. Murphy N, Farman AG, Sharma S, and Wilson S. Amplification and attenuation of electron beam radiation by dental restorations. Journal of Dental Research 66: (Abstract #1742) 1987. 15. Ngan P, Kunovich R, Kao EEC and Wilson S A wire bending test in predicting the manual ability of dental students. Journal of Dental Research 67: (Abstract#) 1988. 16. Weaver JM, Luyk NH, Wilson S, and Quinn C. A comparison of succinylcholine and atracurium- lidocaine in outpatient anesthesia. Journal of Dental Research 67: (Abstract #133) 1988. 17. Beiraghi S, Chun N, Spuller R, Wilson S, Rosen S, and Beck M. Low level fluoride in drinking water and caries incidence in rats. Journal of Dental Research 67: (Abstract #1638) 1988. 18. Schneidman E, Wilson S, Erkins R, Ngan P and Waggoner W. An alternate approach of rapid palatal expansion. Journal of Dental Research 67: (Abstract #1965) 1988. 19. Ngan P, Kess B, Wilson S, and Scheurer C. Perception of discomfort by patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. Journal of Dental Research 67: (Abstract # 462) 1988.
  • 26. Stephen Wilson Page 26 20. Wilson S, Kim A, Beiraghi S, and Clark P. Effect of nitrous oxide on the learning of a mirror tracing test in dental students. Journal of Dental Research 67: (Abstract # 241) 1988. 21. Wilson S, Ngan P, and Kess B. Time course of the discomfort in young patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: San Diego Ca Pediatric Dentistry 10: 236, 1988. 22. Beiraghi S, Atkins S, Rosen S, Beck F, and Wilson S. Effect of calcium lactate in prevention of erosion when added to Coca-Cola in rats. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: San Diego Ca. Pediatric Dentistry 10: 246, 1988. 23. Wilson S. A pediatric dentist's perspective of conscious sedation at the advanced program level: a potential model. Position paper at ADA Council of Education and American Society of Dental Anesthesiologist Workshop March 1-2 1989. Journal of Dental Education 53: 290, 1989. 24. Beiraghi S, Atkins S, Rosen S, Beck F, and Wilson S. Calcium lactate in prevention of erosion when added to Coca-Cola. Journal of Dental Research 68: (Abstract # 267) 1989. 25. Roberts G, Beiraghi S, Shanfeld J, Wilson S, and Casamassimo P. Effect of cyclosporin A on prostaglandin E in human gingival fibroblasts. Journal of Dental Research 68: (Abstract # 1435) 1989. 26. Florman M, Ngan P, Walters A, Wilson S, and Williams B. Effect of high pull activator on class II malocclusion. Journal of Dental Research 68: (Abstract # 1505) 1989. 27. Kess B, Ngan P, and Wilson S. Time course of discomfort in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment. Journal of Dental Research 68: (Abstract # 1754) 1989.
  • 27. Stephen Wilson Page 27 28. Hagman T, Beiraghi S, Wilson S, and Casamassimo P. Hemodynamic effect of smokeless tobacco in young adolescents. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 251, 1989. 29. Beiraghi S, Wilson S, Casamassimo P, Chen S, and Gendell A. Changes in blood pressure in response to dental procedures in children. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 243, 1989. 30. Beiraghi S, Metzler K, Shanfeld J, Casamassimo P, and Wilson S, Mechanism of action of cyclosporin in gingival enlargement. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 250, 1989. 31. Wilson S, Tafaro S, Beiraghi S, and Vieth B. Monitoring of physiologic parameters in sedated children. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 244, 1989. 32. Roberts G, Beiraghi S, Shanfeld J, Wilson S, and Casamassimo P. Effect of cyclosporin A on prostaglandin E in human gingival fibroblasts. Pediatric Dentistry 11: 257-8, 1989. 33. Wilson S. A Dose-Response Study of Chloral Hydrate In Children. Journal of Dental Research 69: (Abstract # 212) 1990. 34. Gennantonio J, Wilson S, and Casamassimo P. Facial Electromyography Monitoring and Nitrous Oxide: A Dose- Response Study. Journal of Dental Research 69: (Abstract # 1359) 1990. 35. Harandi K, Wilson S, Travers J, and Burch J. Temporomandibular Joint Sound: Signal Analysis. Journal of Dental Research 69: (Abstract # 1163) 1990. 36. Antalis D, Wilson S, and McTigue D. Parental Assessment of Behavior Management Techniques: Group Effect. Journal of Dental Research 69: (Abstract # 2099) 1990. 37. Lawrence S, McTigue D, Odom J, Waggoner W, and Wilson S. Parental Attitudes of Behavior Management Techniques Used in Pediatric Dentistry. Journal of Dental Research 69: (Abstract # 2103) 199.0
  • 28. Stephen Wilson Page 28 38. Wilson S. Multiple Monitoring Including Electromyography: A Chloral Hydrate Dose Response Study. Pediatric Dentistry 12: 342, 1990. 39. Wilson S. Facial Electromyographic Patterns In Children Sedated With Chloral Hydrate. Journal of Dental Research 70: (Abstract # 1430) 1991. 40. Lochary M, Wilson S, Griffen A, and Coury D. Temperament As Predictor Of Behavior For Conscious Sedation In Dentistry. Children's Hospital Research Day June 1 1991. 41. Havelka C, McTigue D Wilson S, and Odom J. The Influence Of Social Status On Parental Attitudes Of Behavior Management Techniques Used In Pediatric Dentistry. Children's Hospital Research Day June 1 1991. 42. Wilson S. Electromyographic Patterns During Conscious Sedation With Chloral Hydrate. Pediatric Dentistry 1991. 43. Wilson S and Hagman TF. Postoperative Behavior in Children Sedated With Chloral Hydrate. Pediatric Dentistry 1991. 44. Griffen A, Casamassimo PS, Wilson S, and Spector H.M. A Survey of Behavior Management Practices Among Pediatric Dentists. Pediatric Dentistry 1991. 45. Beinlich G and Wilson S. Meperidine Dose-Response Study on Physiologic Parameters in Young Patients. Pediatric Dentistry 1991. 46. Kunovich R, Rashid R, and Wilson S. Three-Dimensional Long Term Mirror Training. Journal of Dental Research 71: (Abstract # 166) 1992. 47. Ngan P, Wilson S, Amini H, and Shanfeld J. Effect of Ibuprofen in the Treatment of Orthodontic Pain. Journal of Dental Research 71: (Abstract # 415) 1992.
  • 29. Stephen Wilson Page 29 48. Stehle B and Wilson S. Airway Shunting and Capnography. Journal of Dental Research 71: (Abstract #588) 1992. 49. Hays JV, Wilson S, and Travers J.B. Chloral Hydrate Effect on Swallowing. Journal of Dental Research 71 (Abstract #589) 1992. 50. Radis F, Wilson S, Schafer N, and Schmiesing T. Child Temperament and Behavior During An Examination. Journal of Dental Research 71: (Abstract # 1047) 1992. 51. Moy C, Wilson S, Schmiesing T, and Schafer N. Caries Activity As A Function of Child Temperament. Journal of Dental Research 71: (Abstract #1048) 1992. 52. McCann W, Wilson S, Stehle B, Casamassimo P, and Larsen P. Nitrous Oxide's Effect on Children's Physiology and Behavior During Sedation. Journal of Dental Research 72: (Abstract #151) 1993. 53. Fishbaugh D, Wilson S, and Bley D. Capnography Tonsils and Airway Obstruction: Association During Pediatric Conscious Sedation. Journal of Dental Research 73: (Abstract #874) 1994. 54. McCann W, and Wilson S. Nitrous oxide's effect on children's physiology and behavior during sedation. Pediatric Dentistry 16: 162, 1994. 55. Davis G, Waggoner W, Wilson S, and Laurell K. Fissure sealants microleakage: comparison of acid etch versus air-abrasion. Pediatric Dentistry 18: 173, 1996. 56. Fishbaugh D, Wilson S, Preisch J, and Weaver J. Effect of tonsil presence and size on an airway blockage maneuver in children. Pediatric Dentistry 18: 173, 1996. 57. Mathew T, Casamassimo P, Wilson S, Preisch J, Allen E, and Hayes J. Airway response to dental treatment in asthmatic children. Pediatric Dentistry 20: 139-140, 1998.
  • 30. Stephen Wilson Page 30 58. Matusak A, Wilson S, Casamassimo P, and Larsen P. The effects of nitrous oxide on patients sedated with chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine measured by behavior and physiology. Pediatric Dentistry 20: 140, 1998. 59. Molina L, Wilson S, Preisch J, and Weaver J. The effect of electronic anesthesia on behavior in sedated patients. Pediatric Dentistry 20: 140, 1998. 60. Roeder A, Greenhill W, Wilson S. Gel Foam Saturated With Local Anesthetic Compared To Injection in Children during General Anesthesia: A Preliminary Study. Annual session AAPD, San Antonio, TX, 2007. 61. Stoker N, Greenhill W, Wilson S. Suturing versus non-suturing of after the extraction of primary teeth and its effect on post-operative complications. Annual session AAPD, San Antonio, TX, 2007. 62. Guzman C and Wilson S. The effectiveness of fluoride varnish on children treated under general anesthesia. OMNI Award presentation. Annual session AAPD, Washington, DC 2008. 63. Mayeda C and Wilson S. Pediatric patient recovery: the first 24 hours following dental rehabilitation under general anesthesia. Annual session AAPD, Washington, DC 2008. 64. Slawinski D and Wilson S. A survey of rubber dam usage among pediatric dentistry training programs and private practitioners. Annual session AAPD, Washington, DC 2008. 65. Virada RJ and Wilson S. Comparing pre-operating room treatment plans with actual treatment performed. Annual session AAPD, Washington, DC 2008. 66. Carter L and Wilson S. Perioperative analgesic and sedative medications during general anesthesia. Annual session AAPD, Washington, DC 2008. 67. Lugtu K, Greenhill W, and Wilson S. Incidence of soft tissue trauma after administering local anesthetic during extractions performed under general
  • 31. Stephen Wilson Page 31 anesthesia. Annual session AAPD, Washington, DC 2008. 68. Hayes C., Casamassimo P., Tate A., Wilson S., and Garcia R.I. Effect of S-ECC on BMI and dietary intake. IADR annual session, abstract (#1966), April 2009. PRESENTATIONS 1) Wilson S and Reid KH. The digastric reflex and behavioral responses to long-term repetitive tooth pulp stimulation in the cat. Kentucky Academy of Sciences, Lexington, KY. 1975. 2) Wilson S and Reid KH. State dependence of strength- duration curves of tooth pulp excitability measured by jaw opening reflex in the cat. Regional Neurosciences Meeting, General Butler State Park, Carrollton, KY. 1976. 3) Wilson S and Reid KH. Acupressure: non-invasive control of nocifensor reflex responsiveness in the awake cat. Kentucky Academy of Sciences, Lexington, KY. 1976. 4) Stege III G, Reid KH, and Wilson S, An automated system for following reflex responsiveness over wide variations in excitability. Kentucky Academy of Sciences, Lexington, KY. 1976. 5) Wilson S. Chloral hydrate/alphaprodine sedation technique. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Atlanta, GA. 1983. 6) Escobar V, Wilson S, Haskell B. and Hersh J. Genetic heterogeneity and the Cohen syndrome. Tri-State Genetic Meeting, Lexington, KY. 1983. 7) Wilson S. Horseradish peroxidase studies of teeth in cats. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Jan. 17-18, 1985.
  • 32. Stephen Wilson Page 32 8) Wilson S. Student perceptions of a changing profession. American Association of Dentals Schools Annual Session, Las Vegas, NV, March 19, 1985. 9) Wilson S. Behavioral management techniques associated with pediatric dental patients. North Central Ohio Dental Society, Fremont, OH, Jan. 21, 1987. 10) Wilson S. Use of sealants in dentistry. Columbus City Health Department, Columbus, OH, May 1987. 11) Wilson S. Can we have a caries free generation? Riverside Hospital Baby Fair, Columbus, OH, July 22, 1987. 12) Wilson S. Psychosedation and the pediatric dental patient. Children's Hospital Research Foundation, Columbus, OH, July 25, 1987. 13) Wilson S. Behavior management in the pediatric dental practice. Columbus City Health Department, Columbus, OH, July 1987. 14) Wilson S. Assisting in the pediatric dental practice. Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, February 1988. 15) Wilson S. Physiological monitoring of the pediatric dental patient. Children's Hospital Research Foundation, Columbus, Oh, July 7, 1989. 16) Wilson S. Pediatric Conscious Sedation: Theory and Practice. Pettit Meeting, Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH, April 14, 1989. 17) Wilson S. Facial Electromyography As A Monitoring Tool. Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, March 2, 1990. 18) Wilson S. Multiple Monitoring Including Electromyography During Conscious Sedation: A Chloral Hydrate Study. Ambulatory Care Research Group, Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH, May 16, 1990. 19) Wilson S. Conscious Sedation and Monitoring of the Pediatric Dental Patient. Cincinnati, OH, July 20, 1990.
  • 33. Stephen Wilson Page 33 20) Wilson S. Dental Students: Are They Different Than They Used To Be? American Association of Dental Schools Council of Faculties Interim Meeting, Denver, CO, October 26, 1990. 21) Wilson S. Dental Trauma: The Pediatric Patient. Rehwinkel Dental Society. Chillicothe, OH, September, 1990. 22) Wilson S. Monitoring The Sedated Pediatric Dental Patient. Cincinnati Dental Society. Cincinnati, OH, November, 1990. 23) Wilson S. Monitoring During Conscious Sedation. Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar. Chapel Hill, NC, 1991. 24) Wilson S. Dental Research Activities at Children's Hospital. Biennial Pettit Meeting. Columbus, OH, 1991. 25) Wilson S. Emergency Equipment/Situations. Children's Hospital In-Service. Columbus, OH, Jan. 1991. 26) Wilson S. Emergencies in Dental Clinics. Children's Hospital In-Service. Columbus, OH, Sept. 1991. 27) Wilson S. Developmental Anatomy of Teeth and Common Trauma Problems. Emergency Medicine Morbidity & Mortality Conference, Children's Hospital. Columbus, OH, August 1992. 28) Wilson S. Dental Trauma and Behavior Management in the Young Child. North Central Ohio Dental Society, Fremont, OH. Jan. 1993. 29) Wilson S. Emergency Management in Dental Clinics. Children's Hospital In-Service. Columbus, OH, Jan. 1994. 30) Wilson S. Dental Trauma in a Children's Hospital Emergency Service. Columbus, OH, Mar. 1994. 31) Wilson S. and Vann, W. Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Survey Analysis. Research Workshop, American Academy of
  • 34. Stephen Wilson Page 34 Pediatric Dentistry Annual Session. Orlando, FL. May 1994. 32) Wilson S. Dental Trauma in the Emergency Room. Pediatrics Emergency Lecture Series, Children's Hospital. Columbus, OH. August 1994. 33) Wilson S. Dental Trauma in the Emergency Room. Pediatrics Emergency Lecture Series, Children's Hospital. Columbus, OH. August 1995. 34) Wilson S. Sedation and Monitoring of the Young, Dental Patient. Department of Pediatric Dentistry Visiting Professorship. Toronto, Canada. January 1996. 35) Wilson S. Clinical Monitoring of Sedated Children. 14th Annual Cincinnati Pain & Anxiety Symposium. The Ohio Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Cincinnati, OH. January 1996. 36) Wilson S. Pediatric Oral Sedations: Success & Failures. 14th Annual Cincinnati Pain & Anxiety Symposium. The Ohio Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Cincinnati, OH. January 1996. 37) Wilson S. Grand Rounds: Dental Trauma Presentations in the Emergency Room of a Pediatric Hospital. Columbus Children's Hospital. Columbus, OH. July 1996. 38) Wilson S. Trauma to Primary and Young Permanent Teeth. Louisville Dental Society. Louisville, KY. October 1996. 39) Wilson S. AAPD and ADA Sedation Guidelines. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Dental Association. February 1997. 40) Wilson S. Educational Requirements for Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry. American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Chicago, IL. April 1997.
  • 35. Stephen Wilson Page 35 41) Wilson S. The Physiological Parameters and Facial Electromyography in Children Using Chloral Hydrate and Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Sedation. Dow’s Research Institute, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. October 1997. 42) Wilson S. Strategies for Managing Children’s Behavior – How Much Do We Know? Academician’s Workshop speaker, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry annual session, San Diego, CA. May 1998. 43) Wilson S. Sedation and General Anesthesia Training in Our Programs: Do We Need More Time? Postdoctoral Program Director’s Meeting (speaker), American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry annual session, San Diego, CA. May 1998. 44) Wilson S. Dental Trauma and the Physician. Grand Rounds Guest Speaker. Columbus Children’s Hospital. Columbus, OH. July 1998. 45) Wilson S. Office Based Anesthesia: A Pediatric Dentist’s Perspective. Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologists. Orlando, FL. October 1998. 46) Wilson S. Pediatric Oral Sedation. American Dental Society of Anesthesiology. Washington, DC. April 1999. 47) Wilson S. Sedation Scheme For Oral Sedation Of Pre- Schoolers. String of Pearls Section. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Toronto, Canada. May 1999. 48) Wilson S. Sedation In A Capsule. Mini-Clinics Section. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Toronto, Canada. May 1999. 49) Wilson S. New Concepts in Sedation (Or Old Concepts Revisited). University of North Carolina Pediatric Dentistry Seminar. Chapel Hill, NC. October 1999. 50) Wilson S. Oral trauma in the pediatric patient. Surgical Rounds, Columbus Children’s Hospital. Columbus, OH. February 2000.
  • 36. Stephen Wilson Page 36 51) Wilson S. Oral Sedation And The Young Dental Patient: An Overview And Some Timely Tips. 9th International Dental Congress on Modern Pain Control. Jerusalem, Israel, May 2000. 52) Wilson S. Factors To Consider In Understanding And Managing The Fearful Pediatric Patient. 9th International Dental Congress on Modern Pain Control. Jerusalem, Israel, May 2000. 53) Wilson S. Oral Sedation for Pre-Schoolers. Israeli Pediatric Dental Society. Jerusalem, Israel, May 2000. 54) Wilson S. Accreditation Standards And Pediatric Dentists and Program Directors: A Survey. Program Directors Meeting, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Nashville, Tennessee, May 2000. 55) Wilson S. Oral Sedation and Monitoring of the Pediatric Patient. American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons 82nd Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California, September 2000. 56) Wilson S. Behavioral Needs of the Pediatric Patient. Symposium on Pediatric Anesthesia. American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons 82nd Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California, September 2000. 57) Wilson S. Parents and Parenting Styles. Council of Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia, May 2001. 58) Wilson S. Parenting, Sedation, and Tradition. Indiana Society of Pediatric Dentistry, June, 2001. 59) Wilson S. Oral Sedation in Children: Drugs, Monitoring and Emergency Management, Southwestern Society of Pediatric Dentistry. Snow Mass, Colorado, June 2001. 60) Wilson S. Oral Sedation in Preschoolers. Utah Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Salt Lake City, Utah, November, 2001.
  • 37. Stephen Wilson Page 37 61) Wilson S. American Board of Pediatric Dentistry: current protocol. Ohio Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Columbus, Ohio, March, 2002. 62) Wilson S. Children’s Hospital GME. American Dental Education Association, San Diego, California, March 2002. 63) Wilson S. State of the Art in Monitoring. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2002 64) Wilson S. Contemporary behavior management: Are you in the mainstream? Harbor Dental Society, Long Beach, California April 2002 65) Wilson S. Dental Trauma in Children. Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and The Children’s Hospital, Denver, Colorado, May 2002 66) Wilson S. Impacting Pediatric Oral Health Through Prevention. Northwest Regional Primary Care Association & Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States, Westminster, Colorado, October 2002 67) Wilson S. Grand Rounds: Dental Trauma in Children. Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and The Children’s Hospital, Denver, Colorado, October 2003. 68) Wilson S. Conscious Sedation and General Anesthesia Issues Facing Pediatric Dentists Today. American Academy of pediatric Dentistry Behavior Management for the Pediatric Dental Patient: Conference/Workshop, Chicago, Illinois, November 2003. 69) Wilson S. (Invited guest lecturer) Sedation in the Office: Challenges for Pediatric Dentistry. 1st International Conference on Pediatric Sedation.
  • 38. Stephen Wilson Page 38 Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium, Westminster, CO. May 2004. 70) Wilson S. (Invited panelist) Behavior Management: Count-Counterpoint. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry annual session. San Francisco, California, May 2004. 71) Wilson S. Pediatric Oral Sedation: Consideration of Prominent Factors and Outcomes. Ohio Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Columbus, Ohio, March, 2006. 72) Wilson S. Practical Oral Sedation In The Real World. American Society of Dental Anesthesiology. Santa Fe, NM, May, 2006. 73) Wilson S. (Invited guest lecturer) Sedation Overview: Challenges and Chip Shots. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry annual session, May 2006. 74) Wilson S. Sedation, sleep or suffering: the importance of medical support in paediatric dentistry. European Academy of Pediatric Dentistry – invited guest speaker. Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 2006. 75) Wilson S. Oral conscious sedation of sedation: critical issues for success and safety. North Carolina Pediatric Dentistry Association. Chapel Hill, NC, Mar 2007. 76) Wilson S. Sedation guidelines, impact on practice, safety, and the education. Illinois Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Chicago, IL, Apr 2007 77) Wilson S. & Bross D. Current dilemma’s in risk management. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry annual session, May 2007. 78) Wilson S. Sedation guidelines. Dental insurance Summit, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry annual session, May 2008. 79) Wilson S. Sedation in Paediatric Dentistry Seminar. Australian Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Crowne
  • 39. Stephen Wilson Page 39 Plaza, Darling Harbour, Sydney Australia, October 2008. 80) Wilson S. Pediatric dental sedation in 2009: Training, Scope of Practice and Challenges. Pediatric Sedation Outside of the Operating Room – Conference. Boston, MA. Sept 2009. Moderator of Session: Dental Challenges and Solutions Facing Dental Sedation: A Global View 81) Wilson S, Stewart D, Alcaino E, Rosenberg M. Shared National and International Ideas: Future Sedation Models for Dentistry. Pediatric Sedation Outside of the Operating Room – Conference. Boston, MA. Sept 2009. Moderator of Session: Dental Challenges and Solutions Facing Dental Sedation: A Global View 82) Wilson S, Alcaino E. Adverse Events in Dental Sedation- Shared Experience Across the World Pediatric Sedation Outside of the Operating Room – Conference. Boston, MA. Sept 2009. Moderator of Session: Dental Challenges and Solutions Facing Dental Sedation: A Global View 83) Wilson S. Crikey!! Are There Alternatives To Wrestling Pediatric Alligators!!! Pharmacological Considerations: Sedation & General Anesthesia. Keynote Address. XII International Dental Congress on Modern Pail Control (Toward Global Consensus on Pain Free Dentistry; International Federation of Dantal Anesthesia Societies. Gold Coast, Australia. October 2009. 84) Wilson S. and Alcaino E. Pediatric Sedation: Thoughts of the International Community of Pediatric Dentists. XII International Dental Congress on Modern Pail Control (Toward Global Consensus on Pain Free Dentistry; International Federation of Dantal Anesthesia Societies. Gold Coast, Australia. October 2009. CONTINUING EDUCATION 1. Wilson S and Waggoner W. Timely Tips for Tots. Iowa City, IA. Feb. 1992.
  • 40. Stephen Wilson Page 40 2. Wilson S and Waggoner W. Timely Tips for Tots. Columbus, OH. Mar. 1992. 3. Wilson S and Waggoner W. Timely Tips for Tots. Columbus, OH. Nov. 1992. 4. Pediatric Dentistry Department. The A,B,C's of Pediatric Dentistry. Marietta, OH. Feb. 1993. 5. Wilson S and Waggoner W. Timely Tips for Tots. Columbus, OH. Feb. 1993. 6. Wilson S and Waggoner W. Timely Tips for Tots. Birmingham, AL. Feb. 1993. 7. Fiegal RJ, Hartmann CR, Pinkham JR, Wilson S, and Kassoy F. Nonpharmacological Behavior Management. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Session, Kansas City, KS. May 1993. 8. Wilson S. Managing Children's Responses to Acute Procedurally-Related Pain. Multidiscipline Conference on Managing Pediatric Pain in the 90's Conference, Children's Hospital Education Center. Columbus, OH. Sept. 1993. 9. Wilson S. Pediatric Sedation: Is It a Viable Alternative in Your Office? Birmingham, AL. Feb. 1994. 10. Wilson S. Age-Appropriate Responses of Children in the Dental Clinic. College of Diplomates Workshop, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Session. Orlando, FL. May 1994. 11. Wilson S. Tips on Statistics for Practitioners. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Session. Orlando, FL. May 1994. 12. Wilson S. and Waggoner W. Timely Tips for Tots. Mansfield, OH. October 1994. 13. Pediatric Dental Faculty. Hodge Podge of Dentistry for Children (Wilson S, Behavior Management). Warren, OH. October 1994.
  • 41. Stephen Wilson Page 41 14. Wilson S and Waggoner. W. Contemporary Pediatric Dentistry. Cincinnati, OH. February 1995. 15. Wilson S. Electronic Monitoring of Sedated Pediatric Dental Patients. Absecon, NJ. March 1995. 16. Wilson S. Conscious Sedation and Monitoring in Pediatric Dentistry. Birmingham, AL. April 1995. 17. Wilson S. Sedation of the Pediatric Dental Patient and Drug Regimens. Lake Cumberland, Kentucky. May 1995. 18. Wilson S. Contemporary Issues in Pediatric Conscious Sedation. Scottsdale, AZ. February 1996. 19. Wilson S. Behavior During Infancy. Cincinnati, OH. March 1996. 20. Wilson S. The Trials and Tribulations of Tipsy, Tumbling Toddlers. University of Louisville. Louisville, KY. October 1996. 21. Wilson S. Behavior Management With Emphasis On Oral Conscious Sedation. Portsmouth, OH. October 1996. 22. Wilson S. Behavior Management: What’s New & Sedation: Once Again? Scottsdale, AZ. February 1997. 23. Wilson S. Oral Conscious Sedation of the Pediatric Patient. Post College Assembly, OSU. Columbus, OH. April 1997. 24. Wilson S. Oral Premedications, Emergency Management of Sedated Children, and Sedation Guidelines. University of Kentucky and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry sponsored course. Lexington, KY, April 1997. 25. Wilson S. Oral Conscious Sedation for the Pre- Schooler Dental Patient. Indiana Pediatric Dental Society. Indianapolis, IN, May 1997. 26. Wilson S. Conscious Sedation of the Pre-School Child for Operative Dentistry. University of Michigan, November 1997.
  • 42. Stephen Wilson Page 42 27. Wilson S. Conscious Sedation of the Pre-School Child for Operative Dentistry. Alabama Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Birmingham, AL, January 1998. 28. Wilson S. Sedation Misadventures and Sedation Guidelines. Scottsdale, AZ. February 1998 29. Wilson S. Conscious Sedation, Physiology of Child, and Sedation Guidelines. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry & University of Kentucky sponsored course. Lexington, KY. March 1998 30. Wilson S. Conscious Sedation for the Pre-Schooler and Sedation Guidelines. Southeastern Society of Pediatric Dentistry (guest speaker). New Orleans, LA. 1998. 31. Wilson S. The Mind Boggling Issue of Sedative Agents and Kids. Minnesota Association of Pediatric Dentists & AAPD North Central District Meeting. Minneapolis, MN. October 1998. 32. Wilson S. Pediatric Oral Health for Physicians. Columbus Children’s Hospital Medical Continuing Education Program. November 1998. 33. Wilson S. Ohio State Dental Board New Rules & Regulations on Oral Sedation. North West Dental Society of Ohio. Lima, OH. November 1998. 34. Wilson S. Behavior Management for the Pediatric Dental Patient. Bluegrass Dental Society of Kentucky. February 1999. 35. Wilson S. Nuts and Bolts of Oral Conscious Sedation in Children. Phoenix, AZ. February 1999. 36. Wilson S. Behavior Management and Oral Sedation in Children. North West Dental Society of Ohio. Lima, OH. February 1999. 37. Wilson S. Conscious Sedation, Physiology of Child, and Sedation Guidelines. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry & University of California at San Francisco. San Francisco, CA. April 1999.
  • 43. Stephen Wilson Page 43 38. Wilson S. Oral Sedation and the Pediatric Patient: What You Need To Know. Samuel Harris America Society of Dentistry for Children Fall Seminar. Cleveland, OH. November 1999. 39. Wilson S. Dental Trauma in the Emergency Room. Columbus Children’s Hospital Emergency Fellow Rounds. Columbus, OH. November 1999. 40. Wilson S. A Sedation Scheme for Pre-Schoolers. New York Society of Pediatric Dentistry Annual Meeting. Bronx, NY. November 1999. 41. Wilson S. Pediatric Oral Sedation. Hilton Head, SC. March 2000. 42. Wilson S. Pediatric Oral Sedation: Thinking Inside and Outside the Box. Illinois Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Chicago, Il. April 2000. 43. Wilson S. Prevention of Emergencies Associated with Oral Conscious Sedation of Pediatric Dental Patients. Columbus Children’s Hospital. Columbus, OH August 2000. 44. Wilson S. Oral Conscious Sedation of Young Children: Salient Facts and Anecdotal Commentary. North Carolina Society of Pediatric Dentistry. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 2000. 45. Wilson S. Oral Sedation of Children. Cincinnati Children’s Alumni Association, guest speaker. Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2000. 46. Wilson S. Behavior Management and Oral Sedatives. Phoenix, Arizona, February 2001. 47. Wilson S. Oral Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry: Combinations, Configurations, and Consolidation, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, July 2001. 48. Wilson S. Pharmacological Management of the Pediatric Patient. Lake George, New York, Sept 2001.
  • 44. Stephen Wilson Page 44 49. Wilson S. Oral Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry. Phoenix, Arizona, February 2002. 50. Wilson S. Oral Conscious Sedation, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry sponsored course on sedation. Richmond, Virginia, April 2002. 51. Wilson S. Growth and Development Related to Pediatric Oral Health. University of Colorado “Mini Dental School” Program, Denver, Colorado, January 2003 52. Wilson S. Oral Sedation: Today’s Dilemma’s and Tomorrow’s Directions. University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Feb 2003. 53. Wilson S. Oral Sedation and the Pediatric Dental Patient. South American Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Lima, Peru, April 2003. 54. Wilson S. Behavior Management With Emphasis on Sedation. Les Journées dentaires Internationales du Québec. Pediatric Dentistry Section, Montreal, Canada, May 2003. 55. Wilson S. Growth and Development Sciences: Focus on Pediatric Dentistry. University of Colorado School of Dentistry, September 2003 and January 2004. 56. Wilson S. Critical Issues Associated With Oral Sedation. University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, April 2004. 57. Wilson S. Behavior Management Today. (Sponsored by University of Colorado CE Division), Vail, CO, May 2005. 58. Wilson S. Current Concepts in Sedation of the Pediatric Dental Patient. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry – Southeastern Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April, 2006. 59. Wilson S. Behavior Management: Blessing or Curse? Ohio State University CE, Honolulu, HA. July 2007 60. Wilson S. Contemporary Sedation in Pediatric Dentistry. Nemacolin, PA., August 2007
  • 45. Stephen Wilson Page 45 61. Wilson S. Oral Sedation and Children: Playing Russian Roulette with Your Nest Egg. Michigan Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and University of Detroit Mercy, Dearborn, MI., January 2009 62. Wilson S. Behavior Management with Emphasis on Advanced Techniques. Covington, KY., October 2009 ACADEMY/ASSOCIATION MODERATOR OR DIRECTOR/SPEAKER 1990 Co-Moderator, Research Section, Annual Session of American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Boston, MA 1991 Moderator, Research Section, Annual Session of American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, San Antonio, TX 1991 Moderator, Research Section, Annual Session of American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Seattle, WA 1993 Moderator, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, International Association of Dental Research, Chicago, Illinois 1996 Moderator & presenter, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Program Director’s Meeting, Chicago, IL 2001 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. San Francisco, CA 2004Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Tucson, AZ 2008Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Las Vegas, NV 2008Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Miami, FL
  • 46. Stephen Wilson Page 46 2005 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Seattle, WA 2008 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Santa Fe, NM 2006 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Atlanta, GA 2008 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Cincinnati, OH Faculty, Oral sedation simulation training course, Cincinnati, OH 2007 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Seattle, WA 2008 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Cincinnati, OH; Faculty, Oral sedation simulation training course, Cincinnati, OH 2008 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Boston, MA 2009 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. Cincinnati, OH 2009 Director, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Continuing Education Course on Conscious Sedation for Children. San Francisco, CA GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES (Masters)
  • 47. Stephen Wilson Page 47 1) Jeffrey L. Winfrey, Dental Student, Oral Biology, "Horseradish Peroxidase Studies of Cat Teeth". Committee member, 1982, USLD. 2) Gary Stephens, Orthodontic Resident, "An Examination of the Long-Term Stability of Surgical-Orthodontic Maxillary Expansion". Committee member, 1986, OSU. 3) Andrew Kim, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "The effects of nitrous oxide on the learning of a mirror tracing test in dental students". Advisor, 1987, OSU. 4) Timothy Flood, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "Effect of age and sex on facial recognition in children". Advisor, 1987, OSU. 5) Bob Haring, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "A survey on the radiographic guidelines of dental schools and pediatric dentistry residency programs". Committee member, 1987, OSU. 6) Douglas Lin, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "An electro-micrographic study of cementum in primary teeth". Committee member, 1987. 7) Gordon Roberts, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "Effect of cyclosporine on human gingival tissue". Committee member 1988, OSU. 8) Erle Schneidman, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "A two-point versus three-point rapid palatal expander". Advisor, 1988, OSU. 9) David Moore, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "Effect of salivary contamination on sealant leakage". Advisor, 1988, OSU. 10) Stephen Tafaro, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry, "The effectiveness of a combination of chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine in the sedation of refractory, young children". Advisor 1989, OSU. ** 1st Place Winner, Children's Hospital Research Foundation Competition, 11) Scott M. Lawrence, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Parental attitudes towards behavior management
  • 48. Stephen Wilson Page 48 techniques used in pediatric dentistry. Committee member 1989, OSU. 12) Greg Beinlich, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Physiologic monitoring during meperidine sedations of children: a dose-response study. Advisor, 1990, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1991 ** 13) Meg Lochary, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Effect and Relationship of Temperament on Behavior During Psychosedation of the Young, Uncooperative Child Dental Patient". Advisor, OSU. 14) Carrie Havelka, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "The Influence of Social Status on Parental Attitudes of Behavior Management Techniques Used in Pediatric Dentistry". Committee member OSU. 15) Jeff Hays, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Chloral Hydrate's Effect on the Electrophysiology of Pharyngeal Muscles in the Rat". Advisor, OSU. ** 3rd Place Winner, Children's Hospital Research Foundation Competition, 1992 16) Cecelia Moy, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "The Relationship Between Child Temperament and Extent of Caries Activity". Advisor, OSU. 17) Frank Radis, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Child Temperament: Its Relationship to Behavior in Children During A Dental Visit". Advisor, OSU. 18) Carl Roger Fleser, Resident, Dental Anesthesiology. "A Prospective Double Blind Crossover Comparison Of Propofol/Fentanyl Vs. Midazolam/Fentanyl Intraveous Sedation Techniques For Ambulatory Oral Surgery Patients". Committee member. 19) Debra Brandes, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Parental Attitudes As Measured By Vignettes on Behavioral Management Techniques". Committee member, OSU. 20) Joseph Patrick Seay, Resident, Dental Anesthesiology. "Patient Controlled Sedation Vs. Dental
  • 49. Stephen Wilson Page 49 Anesthesiologist Controlled Sedation With Propofol For Ambulatory Oral Surgery Patients". Committee member, OSU. 21) Thomas Bork, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Motion Artefact and Oxygen Desaturation With and Without Electrocardiographic Input". Advisor, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1993 ** 22) Wesley McCann, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Effect of Nitrous Oxide on Chloral Hydrate/Hydroxyzine Sedation in Children". Advisor, OSU ** 2nd Place, Children's Hospital Research Foundation Competition, 1993.** **American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1994** 23) James A. Touchstone, Resident, Dental Anesthesiology. "A Double-Blind, Crossover Patient's Preference Evaluation Of Flumazenil Reversal Of Intravenous Conscious Sedation For Third Molar Surgery". Committee member, OSU. 24) William G. Horbaly, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Skeletal Changes Induced By Two-Point Rapid Palatal Expansion". Advisor, OSU. 25) Arlene Coloma, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Staining Qualities of Pre-fabricated Esthetic Stainless Steel Crowns Determined by Colorimetry". Committee member, OSU. 26) David Fishbaugh, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Pulse Oximetry and Capnographic Changes Associated With Head Roll Manuever in the Sedated Pediatric Patient: Effect of Tonsil Size". Advisor, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1996 ** 27) Frank Kendrick, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Descriptive Study of Child Temperament in Children With Nursing Bottle Caries". Committee member, OSU.
  • 50. Stephen Wilson Page 50 28) Robert Nazif, Resident, Dental Anesthesiology. "Comparison of Propofol To Midazolam for Patient Preference During Outpatient Dental Surgery". Committee member, OSU. 29) Gary Davis, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Effect of Tooth Preparation Using Air Abrasion Technology on Sealant Leakage: An In Vitro Study". Committee member, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1996 ** 30) Luz De Molina, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. "Electro-analgesia During Local Anesthesia Administration In Sedated Pediatric Dental Patients". Advisor, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1998 ** 31) AnnMarie Matusak, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Effect of Chloral Hydrate and Hydroxyzine With and Without Nitrous Oxide on Physiology and Behavior in the Pre-School Child. Advisor, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner & Ralph E. McDonald Research Award Recipient 1998 ** 32) Tonya Mathew, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Airway Response To Dental Procedures In Asthmatic And Non- Asthmatic Children”. Committee member, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1998 ** 33) Tyra Schmiesing, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Air Abrasion Versus Acid Etch Conditioning on Microleakage and Sheer Bond Strength Of Sealants In Primary Teeth”. Advisor, OSU. ** American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Research Award Winner, 1999 ** 34) John Fraone, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “The effect of orally administered midazolam on children of three age groups during restorative dental care.” Advisor, OSU. 1998 35) Jennifer Creem Aitken, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Audio distraction as a behavior
  • 51. Stephen Wilson Page 51 management technique in pediatric dental patients”. Advisor, OSU. 1999 36) Kelly Farrell, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Survey on sedation practices in postgraduate pediatric dentistry program“. Advisor, OSU. 1999 37) Andrea Leopold, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Local Anesthesia and the Dental Patch”. Advisor, OSU. 2000. **American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Research Award Finalist, 2002** 38) Tisha Ross, Chief Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Parenting Attitudes and Vignettes”. Advisory, OSU, 2001. 39) Kimberly Musial, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Comparison of Versed to Versed-Demerol Combination During Oral Sedation of Pediatric Dental Patients”. Advisory, OSU, 2002. 40) Jillian Easton, Resident, Pediatric Dentistry. “Child Health and Temperament”. Advisory, OSU, 2002. COURSE DIRECTORSHIP AND LECTURES 1984-85 Course Director, Junior Lecture Course, Pedo 831,ULSD 1984-85 Graduate Residency Program Seminar Series, ULSD 1984-85 Lecturer, Department of Pediatrics, University of Louisville School of Medicine 1985-05 Lecturer, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, OSU 1985-05 Lecturer, Graduate Program Seminar, OSU 1985-05 Lecturer, Undergraduate Pediatric Dentistry, OSU 1985-05 Course Director, Pediatric Dentistry I, Dentistry 551, OSU 1988-05 Course Director, Pediatric Dentistry 652.01, OSU 1988-05 Course Director, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Conscious Sedation [Residents]), 796.07, OSU 1988-05 Course Director, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Behavior Management [Residents]), 796.07, OSU 1988-05 Course Director, Research (Residents), 999, OSU 1989-05 Course Director, Research Design and Statistics (Residents), 999, OSU
  • 52. Stephen Wilson Page 52 2001-03 Course Director, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Overview of Pediatric Dentistry [Residents]), Seminar, TCH 2001-03 Course Director, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Conscious Sedation [Residents]), TCH 2001-03 Course Director, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Behavior Management [Residents]), TCH 2001-03 Course Director, Research (Residents), TCH 2001-03 Course Director, Research Design and Statistics (Residents), 999, TCH 2001-03 Course Director, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Conscious Sedation [Residents]), /TCH 2003-01 Lecturer, Advanced Pediatric Dentistry Seminar (Behavior Management [Residents]), TCH 2003-01 Lecturer, Research (Residents), 999, TCH 2003-01 Lecturer, Research Design and Statistics (Residents), 999, TCH 2001-01 Lecturer, Behavior Management (Undergraduates), DSPD 6620, UC-SOD 2001-01 Lecturer, Oral Sedation (Undergraduates), DSPD 7700, UC-SOD 2001-03 Lecturer, Hospital Dentistry (Undergraduates) DSPD 7700, UC-SOD 2001-01 Lecturer, Pediatric Dentistry Laboratory (Undergraduates) DSPD 6630 2005--- Lecturer, Pediatric Dentistry (Residents), Cincinnati Children’s Hospital GRADUATE STUDENTS TAUGHT 1985 Timothy Vola, John Venzel 1986 Norman Chun, Douglas Lin, Gail Molinari 1987 Timothy Flood, Robert Haring, Andrew Kim 1988 David Moore, Gordon Roberts, Erle Schneidman 1989 Scott Lawrence, Stephen Tafaro, Douglas Brockman 1990 Greg Beinlich, Dan Glenn, Kevin Wright 1991 Tom Bork, Carrie Havelka, Meg Lochary 1992 Debra Brandes, Jeff Hayes, Cecelia Moy, Frank Radis 1993 Kylene Humphrey, William Horbaly, Wes McCann 1994 Arlene Coloma, David Fishbaugh, Frank Kendrick 1995 Gary Davis, Dawn McClellan, Margaret Tuite 1996 Luz Molina 1997 AnnMarie Matusak, Tyra Schmiesing, Tonya Mathew 1998 John Fraone, Celeste Lamell 1999 Jennifer Creem, Kelly Farrell
  • 53. Stephen Wilson Page 53 2000 Mitzi Becker, Amal Jawadi, Andrea Leopold, Chris Religa, John Rubenstrunk 2001 Stephanie Parker, Tisha Ross 2002 Doug Fryer, Kenny Ho, Sara Rauen-Dardis, Kim Musial, Jennifer Martin, Jill Easton 2001 April Chaufty, Darby Hammond, Drew Osborn, Beth Neilsen 2003 Rick Landgren, Allison Rhodes, Erin Lovell, Mischelle Hinton 2004 Steven Christensen, Brent Bradley, Nate Smith, Kristen Fahlen, Jennifer Takasono, Joe Pierce 2005 Julie Vuong, Amy Cummings, Derrick Kirkham, David Martinez, Erin Watts 2006 Peggy Fard, Toni Chen, Chris Pham, Ketan Sukawalla, Randy Weinshel 2007 Mariah Frazier, Amy Roeder, Hormoz Golan, Spencer Mauseth, Nicole Stoker 2008 Laura Carter, Carla Guzman, Kim Lugtu, Chris Mayeda, Dave Slawinski, Joe Virata 2009 Ryan Bybee, James Collette, Erika Bayonetto, Matthew Healy, Travis White