Dr. Shammaie

Dr. Sheba Mahmoodian received her dental degree from the Boston University School of Dental Medicine, and is now in private practice. She is active in the Culver City and West Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the Los Angeles Association of Women Dentists, Alpha Omega Fraternity and SCADA.

Dr. Mahmoodian’s goal is to provide good dental health emphasizing your physical and emotional comfort, while maintaining the highest standards. Dr. Mahmoodian has extensive experience working with children and believes in preventive measures such as fluoride treatments and dental sealants.

Education:

Goldman School of Dental Medicine, DMD
Boston University, 1998
Masters of Arts in Biology
Boston University, 1991
Bachelors of Arts in Biology
Boston University, 1987
Prefessional Membership:

Alpha Omega, 1994-1998
President 1997, Vice-President 1996
Deligate to International Convention 1995
Member of ADA
Member of SCADA
Honors & Awards:

ADA/Dentistry Student Competition.
Washington DC, October 1997
Aplpha Omega Summer Externship.
London, England, September 1997
Clinical Reorganization Conference: Putting Vision Into Action. Presented to pre-doctoral Student body, 1997
NIH grant T35. Dental Research, 1996
Presentations:

Presenter at AADR meeting 1998
Presenter at IADR meeting 1996
Presenter at ASM meeting 1990
Publications:

“Expression of the ALG7 Gene in the Developming Hamster Submandibular Gland.” (abstract) R. Fernandes, D. Cotanche, S. Mahmoodian, M Fox, and M.A. Kukuruzinska,
IADR, Florida, March, 1997.
“Identification of Type I and Type III Salivary Cell Progenitrs in the Developming Hamster Submandibular Gland.” R. Fernandes, D. Cotanche, S. Mahmoodian, and M.A. Kukuruzinska,
IADR, San Francisco, March, 1996.
“Membrane Topology of Escherichia Coli Mannitol Permease by Using a Nested-Deletion Method to create mtlA-phoA Fusion.”: (publication) J. Sugiyama, S. Mahmmodian, and G.R. Jacobson.
Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology, (USA) 88,9603-9607.
“E. Coli Mannitol Permease-Alkaline Phosphatase Fusions Constructed by a Nested-Deletion Method: Prediction of Six Transmembrance Region in the Permease Protein.” (abstract) J. Sugiyama, S. Mahmmodian, and G.R. Jacobson.
Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology, Atlanta, GA April 1991.
“Typographical Analysis of the E. Coli Mannitol Permease by the Use of Gene Fusion.” (abstract) J. Sugiyama, S. Mahmmodian, and G.R. Jacobson.
American Society of Microbiology, Anaheim, CA May 1990.