After a fascinating 5 hour live event, as we moved around the various timezones, starting with the Australian Entries, through South East Asia, Europe ending with Latin American and USA entries, the results of the iADH research competition 2020 were announced yesterday at the iADH General Assembly by the chair of the session Prof Luc Marks.
Thank you to our esteemed judging panel for their adjudication
The winner of the basic or translational research study was Alicia da Coo abstract number 47 Periodontal Disease and Alzheimers Disease share a background of genetic susceptibility
The winner of the clinical research study was Laura Parkinson abstract number 11 The use of teledentistry in the Covid-19 for patients with inherited bleeding disorders.
The iADH emerging researcher award was Cyrene Piazera Silva Costa abstract number 043 entitled Is there bacterial infection in intact coronal teeth and pulp necrosis of sickle cell anaemia subjects? A case series study nested in a cohort.
The two case study winners were Marie-Sophie Bogner for abstract number 007 entitled Special Needs Patients : contribution of digital dentistry and Hani Ayup abstract number 37 entitled Newer therapies in management of haemophilia opens up prosthodontics opportunities
The two winners in the education research categories were Mas Suryalis Ahmad abstract number 10 for her study entitled ‘Impact of sign language communication training on students’ empathy, learning experiences and attitudes towards people with disabilities’ and Marcio Diniz Freitas abstract number 081 ‘Impact of clinical training on the attitudes of undergraduate dental students towards persons with special needs’
All winners will receive a cash prize and will be featured as an extended abstract in the IADH special issue of Medicina Oral Patel Cir Bucal
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the competition. Everyone whose poster appears on this website will receive a certificate and also appear as listed abstract in the iADH special issue of Med Oral Patol Oral Cir Bucal.
THE WEBSITE HAS RECEIVED OVER 10,000 HITS and the abstract book will be open access so we hope that your work will continue to be read and noticed for some time to come..
The iADH Scientific Committee