The CTOR Academy campus is located in Hoboken, New Jersey with 2 locations within 3 blocks of each other. All areas in the CTOR Academy facilities are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act with direct access through elevators.
CTOR Academy facilities are state-of-the-art, fully digital and functionally designed to create engaging environments that promote seamless translation and integration of didactic, clinical and research knowledge and skills needed to drive innovation and efficiency in Orthodontics, Dentofacial Orthopedics and Craniofacial Biology. These facilities include offices, clinics, classrooms, laboratories (both clinical and research), library and faculty and student lounges. Common areas, including locker rooms, provide seating to invite student interactions.
The CTOR Academy library offers study areas and a collection of all important Orthodontics and Craniofacial Biology journals and textbooks, including books by leaders in Orthodontics, as well as publications in a broad spectrum of scientific fields of interest to our faculty . Students will also have access to digital resources for all of their clinical and scientific educational needs.
CTOR Academy clinical facilities are fully digital with chairside computers for access to patient’s electronic health records and scheduling. The latest advancements in clinical technology are available for patient care including digital Pan/Ceph x-ray machines, 3-D x-ray equipment (Cone Beam Computerized Tomography), iTero intraoral scanners, and shockwave therapy equipment.
CTOR Academy research facilities include 3 independent laboratories equipped for cell culture, histological analysis, molecular biology studies, including gene expression and protein analysis. These facilities, along with the facilities of our global collaborators, provide CTOR Academy students, fellows and faculty with access to cutting-edge equipment and computing power for transformative research in clinical, translational and basic Orthodontics, Dentofacial Orthopedics, and Craniofacial Biology.