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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin July 2011
Putting Australia’s dental talent on the international stage, Australian dental professionals and students are invited to enter the international 2012 Wrigley Salivary Research Awards. Administered by the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) Salivary Research Group, the Awards program offers a prestigious platform to showcase outstanding salivary research work on the world stage before global peers and thought leaders. Now in its third year, the program supplements travel and registration costs for recipients to attend and present at the annual IADR General Session and Exhibition meeting: • One Clinical Salivary Research Award for dental scientists (minimum $1,500 USD) • One Clinical Salivary Research Award for dental students (minimum $1,500 USD) • One Basic Salivary Research Award ($2,000) for a dental or non-dental student Recipients of the 2012 grants will attend the 90th IADR General Session and Exhibition in Rio de Janeiro. Brazil (June 20-23, 2012). Criteria Recipients will be selected among eligible applicants under the existing IADR scientific review and must have conducted this research over the past one to two years. Work that commences within the 2011 calendar year does not qualify. An awards committee consisting of the Salivary Research Group president, immediate past president, president-elect, and group program chair will determine the awardees. Driven by a global partnership with the IADR, the annual Salivary Research Awards are a key pillar of Wrigley’s commitment to supporting Australian and New Zealand oral healthcare professionals and educating patients about the salivary benefits of chewing sugarfree gum as part of a regular oral care routine. 2012 WRIGLEY SALIVARY RESEARCH AWARDS Showcase your work to the world Entries are open now until February 2012 For further information and application details visit: www.iadr.org/SRGResearchAward How to enter A respected area of medical research and a critical indicator of a number of health conditions and diseases, all aspects of salivary research are considered. The 2012 Wrigley Salivary Research Awards are open to dental and non- dental students (undergraduate and graduate), dentists involved in research and other dental scientists are eligible. All applicants must be over 18 years of age and be a member of IADR. From oral health, to functions and properties of individual protein, to salivary diagnostics, applicants must submit an abstract in 300 words or less outlining their work, highlighting methods, measures and hypotheses.
ADA News Bulletin June 2011
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