Clinic Director, Assistant Clinical Professor
University of California, San Francisco Dental Center
Dr. Biana Roykh has been teaching third and fourth years dental students at the UCSF
School of Dentistry since 2007. She is a clinical row faculty overseeing patient centered
care. She also served as a faculty to the General Practice Residency in the department of
OMFS. This residency is a one year post-graduate program for general dentists interested in
special care hospital dentistry and advanced dental techniques.
Dr. Roykh is proud to continue her contribution to dental education.
In June of 2013, she accepted a position as a Clinic Director at the UCSF Dental Center.
In this role, she is dedicated to helping run the clinical operations of the dental school,
focusing on enhancing the patient and the student experience at UCSF.
Director, Dental Post-Baccalaureate Program
San Francisco State University/UOP School of Dentistry
The SFSU/University of the Pacific Post-Baccalaureate Program is designed
to address both disparities in access to care and the lack of minority
representation in the dental professions. The Program has two goals: to
increase the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds gaining acceptance
into a US dental school within one year after completion of the program; and to
select students who desire to work in underserved areas of California.
The program, which starts in June, requires a full-time commitment from the student.
The program includes the following elements: DAT review, academic skills enhancement,
academic course work, clinical clerkships/community involvement, a PowerPoint presentation
to the faculty, application support, interview skills support, selection of schools, and advocacy.
Dr. Biana Roykh was the Co-Director and subsequently the Director of this program until
August of 2013. Today, the program continues its mission under new leadership.
Upon graduating from dental school, Dr. Roykh worked for four years serving a socio-economically
disadvantaged population of San Francisco.
Today, she continues to show her commitment to diversity and outreach in her new role at UCSF.
To learn more about the Dental Post-Baccalaureate Program, please click the link below: