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Laure Lebret, researcher, orthodontics teacher

Laure Lebret held a variety of appointments at Harvard, starting as an intern in its world-renowned orthodontics program in 1958 and retiring as associate professor in 1989. Laure Lebret held a variety of appointments at Harvard, starting as an intern in its world-renowned orthodontics program in 1958 and retiring as associate professor in 1989.
By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / August 31, 2009

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In an era when few dentists were women and even fewer specialized in orthodontics, French-born Laure Lebret became well known in the field as a researcher and practitioner. (Full article: 892 words)

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