The IADR Distinguished Scientist Awards program has been designed to acknowledge renowned scientists who have made significant scientific contributions of original, outstanding, or innovative discoveries in the related field of research. There are 17 awards in various scientific research specialties.
One winner is selected for each of the 17 Distinguished Scientist Awards.
The sponsorship amount for this award is $3,750: $3,500 monetary award, $71 for plaque, plus a $179 administrative fee, to be presented at the Opening Ceremonies of each IADR General Session & Exhibition. More details about this award can be found on the Web page at: http://www.iadr.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3424.
IADR is offering Three Distinguished Scientist Award Sponsorship Opportunities for the 2021 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session & Exhibition in Boston, Mass., USA.
Oral Medicine & Pathology Research Award - $3,750
Established by the IADR Experimental Pathology Group, this award recognizes outstanding and sustained peer-reviewed research that has contributed to the understanding of the mechanisms governing the health and disease of the oral cavity and associated structures, principally encompassing skin, bone, and the oral soft tissue.
Pharmacology/Therapeutics/Toxicology Research Award - $3,750
Established by the IADR PTT Group, this award recognizes contributions to the understanding of the mechanisms, efficacy, and safety of drugs used to treat dental disease and associated symptoms such as pain and peri-operative apprehension. In practice, this encompasses basic and clinical pharmacology studies of analgesics, anesthetics, sedatives, fluorides, and other drug classes used by dentists. The Award is made for outstanding and sustained peer-reviewed research that has contributed to our knowledge of the mechanisms, efficacy, or safety of drugs used in dentistry.
Research in Prosthodontics and Implants Award - $3,750
This award was established to encourage and give recognition to outstanding research accomplishments in the field of prosthodontics and was expanded in 1990 to include implantology. The award consists of a monetary prize and a plaque. The nominee must have contributed significantly to the basic knowledge related to prosthodontics and implantology. To be considered worthy contributions, clinical studies must be supported soundly by the basic sciences.
- Acknowledgement on IADR’s website (www.iadr.org).
- Acknowledgement in the Meeting program book.
- Acknowledgement at Meeting opening ceremonies.
- Acknowledgement on signage displayed at the Meeting.
- Company recognized at sponsor level with logo on welcome slides before Oral Presentations.