Karl Kingsley received his Ph.D. degree in biological sciences from the University of Nevada, NV, USA in 2001 and joined the School of Dental Medicine (UNLV-SDM) faculty in 2002 after completing his Postdoctoral Fellowship in hematology at Stanford University?s School of Medicine. He is the Co-Course Director for the first year dental course DEN7108 HIV, AIDS, and Oral Disease, as well as a Lecturer in several first and second year courses. He was recognized as the Biomedical Sciences Faculty of the year by the UNLV chapter of the American Dental Education Association and was elected to the UNLV Psi Omega Chapter of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon - National Dental Honor Society for his outstanding contributions to dental education. Dr. Kingsley maintains an active research lab, where his research was among the first to demonstrate that oral cancer growth is significantly altered by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Dr. Kingsley has published no less than thirty three peer-reviewed publications that have been presented at more than three dozen national and international conferences. In addition to his responsibilities in the classroom and laboratory, Dr. Kingsley is also active in many national and international organizations, including the American Dental Education Association and the International Association for Dental Research.
Biography Updated on 7 August 2012