ABSTRACT DEADLINE: EXTENDED to October 28, 2019
The NSRG is excited to announce a new research competition titled 411 Rapid Research that made its debut at the 2019 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session in Vancouver. Student competitors will have 4 minutes and 1 slide to explain their research. The student will then be asked 1 question. Hence the name, 411. The award will consist of 2 categories, basic science and clinical/public health. 7 competitors will be selected to compete within each category onsite at the meeting. The 3 winners of each competition will be awarded monetary award of up to $750 and a ribbon. This will allow more students the opportunity to present their research to a lay audience. We encourage creativity. Applicants will be judged by students on the NSRG board. We encourage you to submit an abstract for the General Session in Vancouver and when submitting apply to be part of this inaugural award!
- Be a dental student in good academic standing, without an advanced degree or doctorate in any field (No persons having already obtained a PhD are eligible to apply).
- Be a student member of AADR at time of submission & entry into competition.
- Not be a current AADR NSRG officer or officer-elect at the time of entry into the competition (past officers are eligible to compete after their term is finished).
How To Apply
If you meet the eligibility requirement and are interested in being considered for this competition, apply for the Rapid Research 411 competition in Step 3: Properties when completing your abstract submission. Competitors must select if their research falls into Basic Science or Clinical/Public Health.
After abstract submission deadline, submissions are reviewed by the NSRG awards committee on a number of criteria, including student’s involvement in the research, ingenuity and contribution to science. A maximum of seven (7) finalists will be selected for each of the two categories for a total of fourteen (14). The fourteen finalists will be notified of their selection in writing.
The fourteen finalists compete in person at the AADR Annual Meeting in an open session. At the Annual Meeting, competitors present a one slide PowerPoint presentation to student and faculty judges under a four-minute time constraint. Following the presentation, the judges will ask one question of the presenter. The finalists will also present posters during the general poster session at the Annual Meeting & Exhibition.
The first-, second- and third-prize winners will be announced as part of the AADR NSRG Student Meeting & Awards Ceremony. The award will consist of a ribbon and a monetary award of:
- $750 first place winners (Basic Science and Clinical/Public Health)
- $500 second place winners (Basic Science and Clinical/Public Health)
- $250 third place winners (Basic Science and Clinical/Public Health)
For questions regarding the abstract and application process, please contact AADR:
Membership & Registration Services Coordinator