Dr. Malcolm M. Musiker, DMD
A graduate of Tufts College with a dual bachelor’s degree in biology and psychology (and minors in the Classics and Archaeology), Dr. Malcolm Musiker earned his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, topping off his excellent academic record with election to Omicron Kappa Upsilon Academic Honor Society.
The opportunity to complete a combined two year advanced education program at the Eastman Dental Center and The Genesee Hospital lured Dr. Musiker to Rochester from his native Milton, Massachusetts. His success in the Dental General Practice Residency at the Genesee led him to become the first Coordinator of this residency program. For 24 years, until the hospital closed, Dr. Musiker was on staff as a Senior Attending Dentist. Dr. Musiker was also the dental director at Westside Health Center which is now part of the Anthony Jordan Health Center.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Dr. Musiker co-authored a chapter in a textbook, The Oxford Handbook of Applied Dental Sciences (Oxford Press), which reviewed basic sciences for undergraduate dental students. He has contributed to numerous articles on dentistry, dental education, and archaeology in professional journals.
When he’s not in the office, you might find Dr. Musiker in a canoe in Mendon Ponds Park, photographing area wildlife or fishing and exploring the Finger Lakes. He is active in the rescue and adoption of retired racing greyhounds, sharing his home with four greyhounds to date. He and his wife, Judy, have two grown daughters who live in Rochester and NYC with their families.