College of Dentistry

Dr. Michelle Siqueira is an assistant professor in the College of Dentistry and course coordinator of Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) and Dental Anatomy and Morphology. In addition, Dr. Siqueira is a PhD supervisor at the College of Dentistry PhD program. She is also responsible for creating policy on IPAC and leading the College of Dentistry IPAC/microbiological laboratory activities. Dr. Siqueira joined the University of Saskatchewan in 2019 where she was originally the comprehensive care coordinator and infection control officer.

Dr. Siqueira obtained her DDS at Santo Amaro University in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 2000, received implantology training at the University of Sao Paulo and practiced dentistry at a private practice before completing a Doctor of Science Program (DSc) at Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine in 2008 where she studied bone mineralization. That was followed by postdoctoral training at Western University, where she was also an adjunct professor in Periodontology, and was acknowledged for her dedication in teaching future dental professionals.

Dr. Siqueira has published various scientific articles in high-impact journals with more than 730 citations throughout her career and has an h-index=10. Her current research areas of interest are dental education and infection prevention and control. Dr. Siqueira is accepting new PhD students.