Dr. Manish Valiathan received his dental and specialty training in Orthodontics from the College of Dental Surgery, Manipal, the number 1 ranked Dental College in India. After briefly serving on the Orthodontic faculty in Manipal, he joined Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland where he retrained and graduated from the School of Dental Medicine (D.D.S) and the Orthodontic program (M.S.D). He has worked on the full-time faculty for over 20 years and is a professor with joint appointments in the departments of Orthodontics and Plastic Surgery in the school of Medicine. He founded the first University based Craniofacial Orthodontic Fellowship Program in the United States in 2011. Dr. Valiathan is a Senior Associate of the Bolton Brush Growth Study Center, and he is well funded through various agencies including the NIH. With over fifty peer reviewed publications he is an active member of the Craniofacial Biology Research group at Case. His research focus is on craniofacial growth, craniofacial clinical outcomes and post orthodontic changes. Dr. Valiathan has served various organizations at the National level including the American Cleft Palate Association, at the State level including being on the Governor of Ohio’s advisory council and the local level, including the Cleveland Society of Orthodontists. He serves on the editorial review panel for nine journals including the premium orthodontic journals: the AJODO and Angle Orthodontist. Dr. Valiathan has contributed to multiple textbooks. He has lectured nationally and internationally on a variety of topics and his work has received recognition and awards within the US and abroad. In 2019 he was elected to the International College of Dentists. He serves as the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Valiathan also maintains a busy private practice in the suburbs of Cleveland while focusing his intra-mural clinical responsibilities on surgical and craniofacial orthodontics.
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