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Paradigm Dental’s Own Featured on Action News 5

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC Action News 5) –

From Northside High School to Harvard University, Dr. Christina Rosenthal, wife and mother of three, didn’t build her empire from an ivory tower. She fought for every inch.”It took a village to raise me. I come from a single-parent home,” Rosenthal said.

Dr. Christina Rosenthal completed a full-tuition fellowship at […]

Harvard Video

A Journey to Master
Recently our Doctor, Christina Rosenthal, DDS made a video journal highlighting her experience at Harvard.

Original Video Link Here

Harvard fellow shadows ADA executive director

Harvard fellow shadows ADA executive director
As part of her fellowship at Harvard University, Dr. Christina Rosenthal needed to shadow a major public health leader. It took only seconds for her to come up with a name.

“Who better to shadow than the person who heads my profession’s organization?” said Dr. Rosenthal in choosing Dr. Kathleen […]

Determined Doctor

Determined Doctor
Dr. Christina Rosenthal looks back to move forward. A graduate of the College of Dentistry at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, she was born in North Memphis in an area called Smokey City that she readily describes as inner city and poor.

Since June 2014, the 36-year-old wife and mother of three boys […]

Harvard next step for ‘low-income, high-achieving’ North Memphis medical student

Harvard next step for ‘low-income, high-achieving’ North Memphis medical student
Harvard University is about 1,300 miles from Smokey City, the dodgy North Memphis neighborhood where Dr. Christina Rosenthal grew up dodging roaches, drug dealers and sexual predators.

“When I wanted to go somewhere else, or be somebody else, I’d open an encyclopedia,” said Rosenthal, 35, who learned […]

ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership graduate selected for Harvard fellowship

ADA Institute for Diversity in Leadership graduate selected for Harvard fellowship
The one-year program is designed to prepare oral health leaders, over time, to help improve the capacity of the health care system and address the health needs of minority and disadvantaged populations—something with which Dr. Rosenthal is already familiar.
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