Wendy Mouradian, MD, MS, (adjunct, Division of Craniofacial Medicine) is clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington, with adjunct appointments in pediatric dentistry, dental public health sciences and health services (at the School of Public Health). She is director of Regional Initiatives in Dental Education for the university School of Dentistry and has served as director of the craniofacial program at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Dr. Mouradian also heads the Oral-Systemic Theme Committee at the university School of Medicine, charged with integrating oral health into the curriculum of medical students. Dr. Mouradian earned her MD from Columbia University and her MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She completed a fellowship at the University of Washington. Dr. Mouradian has received several national awards for her role organizing and chairing The Face of a Child: Surgeon General’s Conference on Children and Oral Health; she was recognized by the American Dental Education Association for her efforts to advance the importance of oral health to the overall health of children. She is associate director of the Center for Leadership Education in Pediatric Dentistry. Her research areas include quality of life for children with craniofacial conditions, ethics and educational policy related to children’s oral health.