Dr. Lisa Tran


Dr. Tran started her career as a scientist in the field of cancer and hypertension research, where she was committed to making discoveries that would benefit patients and translate to clinical use. She is published in the research journal Hypertension and has presented numerous times at national conferences including the Council for High Blood Pressure Research.

Her background as a researcher and desire to help others led her to pursue a Doctorate of Dental Medicine (DMD) from Harvard. There, she developed a love for saving teeth and helping her patients retain their natural dentition. She was awarded the Scholars in Medicine Grant to conduct research on the integration of medicine and dentistry. Dr. Tran was also active in the Endodontics Study Club and received Honors in her endodontic course work upon graduation.

Following her studies at Harvard, she completed a combined endodontic residency and masters program at the University of Connecticut. Her research, titled the Use of Electrodermal Activity in Endodontic Diagnosis and Pain Assessment, was selected for oral presentation at the annual 2021 American Association of Endodontists meeting, and she is currently working on a manuscript for publication in the Journal of Endodontics.

As a clinician, Dr. Tran is committed to providing the highest standard of care using the best available technology. She ensures that patients understand their diagnosis and are comfortable with the treatment they receive.

Dr. Tran is excited to explore New Hampshire and can frequently be found at Rumney and the White Mountains, hiking and camping.

Dr. Tran is a board-eligible member of the Association of Endodontists and the American Dental Association.