Dr. Jerry C. Hu
Dr. Jerry Hu, DDS, grew up in Soldotna, Alaska, the heart of the Kenai Peninsula and home of the world record King Salmon. He graduated from Soldotna high School in 1991, earning abundant local, state and national scholarships and was also admitted to a very competitive dual-degree program, called the "Preferred Admissions Program" at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He knew he wanted to become a dentist ever since middle school, and being admitted to this vigorous program, he was able to attain both his bachelor's and doctorate degree at age 24. While at Michigan Dental School, Dr. Hu earned research recognition and awards, for his study, "Searching for practical methods to monitor Streptococcus mutans levels" under Dr. Walter J. Loesche, former President of the International Academy of Dental Research (IADR) and American Academy of Dental Research (AADR).