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Avi Weisfogel; About his Career and Passion

Avi took a bachelors’ degree in Psychology and Biology, after which he went on to pursue another bachelors in dentistry. He felt an urge to pioneer a ‘GoFund Me’ page for a hilarious organization; Charity-Operation Smile, which touches his heart. He excites in supporting Dr. William Magee and the wife, who started the work in 1982 with the aim of putting a smile on a child’s face.

With research showing the increased dangers related to sleep apnea, Dr. Avi could not watch while people suffered similar conditions. He has significant knowledge concerning sleep disorders and so it makes his treatment efforts even easier. At Dental Sleep Masters they are committed to treat victims diagnosed with sleep apnea. Sadly, most people suffering from the condition never get diagnosed. It eventually leads to the surfacing of such grimproblems like stroke, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

What Dental Sleep Masters Does to Help Victims

The firm has a model meant for use by the physicians. These are certified specialists and they also have labs from which they do their research. The model is aimed at providing improved care for their patients and also augmenting the medical community through increasing opportunities.

Surprisingly, the victims of sleep apnea have been discovered to have issues relating to their oral system. It is for this reason that the dentists have joined with sleep specialists so as to offer solutions to the prevailing issues. Dentists are likely to realize a solution for sleep apnea from their domain. In this case the power of pooling together has to be effected for supreme results to be achieved.

Conclusion

Although he trained as a dentist, Dr. Avi started exploring on sleep disorders while managing his dental care facility which he managed for over 15 years. He researched on how they could collaborate with physicians to provide treatment for sleep apnea. He has all along been doing a lot to help him discover how he could be of help to the community, and thankfully he is getting there from the look of things. For Avi, he has to set apart time to be with his family and puppy.

University of Michigan Partners with Dick DeVos’s West Michigan Aviation College

West Michigan Aviation Academy is among the few high schools in Michigan offering aviation learning and other additional science, technology, and engineering courses. The school was founded by the billionaire Dick DeVos in the year 2010 as a charter high school in Grand Rapids.

 

The aviation academy draw their students from over 40 diverse districts in Michigan and their students are selected by lottery. The school graduated its first groups of seniors in the year 2014 and plans to expand its science and engineering curriculum.

 

Last year, West Michigan Aviation Academy triggered an agreement with the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering in a commitment to make more engineers. This agreement would give high school graduates of West Michigan Aviation access to a comprehensive engineering syllabus and a clearer direction to the state’s top university.

 

The partnership agreement was signed at a public event at Gerald Ford International Airport on Tuesday May last year. The (Chief Executive Officer of Amway) founder of the high school Dick DeVos and the Dean of Engineering at University of Michigan, David Munson inaugurated the partnership.

 

The principal of the school, Pat Cwayna was particularly delighted about the partnership saying that it would be an honor to have an engineering university a chance to guide their student. High school students will have a chance to visit the university facility and participate in the Engineering Expo, annually organized by the university to showcase creative and innovative engineering projects.

 

The partnership came a few months after J. Scott Grill Fund scholarship, offered by Aerospace Engineers, was announced to introduce the studies of aeronautical engineering in the school. The scholarship worth $150,000 was aimed at providing graduates interested in pursuing aerospace engineering with annual tuition fees in a full-time basis.

 

And as the Dean of Engineering at University of Michigan says, the university will continue its commitment of ensuring that cost is not a barrier for any resident pursuing an undergraduate degree program at the institution. The scholarship would also be an opportunity for a number of their alumni to take part in promoting science, engineering and technology.