Dr. Amit Kumar is a Public Health Dentist based in Mumbai. He has Received Gold Medal from President of India for his academic excellence. He is known for his astute clinical skills, deep interest in Dental Public Health, able administration and scholarly publications including textbooks. Dr. Amit Kumar is a crusader of quality assurance in higher dental education, advanced research, an advocate of equality of oral health and promotion using digital platforms. He has an international background in book and journal publishing, marketing and product innovation of last 12 years. His current role is focused on journal publishing in areas that cover dentistry, medicine and allied sciences. He has Limca Book of Records/World Records India/Asia Book of Records/India Book to his credit as a Campaign Leader for various dental public health campaigns. His published research works on Tobacco and Oral Cancer and Oral Health Education are widely known and highly cited. His work focuses on interdisciplinary approaches for oral health improvement at the global level through education and workforce development, prevention, and policy. He has held leadership positions at the Indian Dental Association and Indian Association of Public Health Dentistry. He has been a national spokesperson and has conducted many surveys for FDI World Dental Federation.
International Journal of Medical and Oral Research (ISSN - Print: 2772-4883, Online: 2772-4891) is a peer-reviewed online journal with 2 Issues print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal's full text is available online at https://www.ijmorweb.com. The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted version of the articles on any OAI-compliant institutional / subject-based repository.
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