This award is not available for 2019, but it will be available for the 2020 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session. The award application and prize for 2020 will be confirmed at later date.
For the best student abstract presented at a Diagnostic Systems oral or poster session at the IADR General Session.
All abstracts submitted by a student presenter are eligible and automatically considered.
Student presenters should follow the general guidelines for submitting an abstract for an IADR General Session. The "student" status must be noted at the time the abstract is submitted.
Review & Selection Process:
The student abstracts are reviewed as a matter of course during the general review process for all abstracts submitted for an IADR General Session. The student abstract with the highest score is the winning abstract. In the case of a tie or multiple ties, the Group Program Chair forms an ad hoc committee to re-review the subset of abstracts and determine the winner.
The IADR Global Headquarters has no role or responsibility in granting this award.
The award consists of a $1,000 cash prize. (prize subject to change for 2020)
Clara I. Doering
University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Computing edge-based MTF in dental CBCT-machines with Excel
Ilana Sanamaika Queiroga Bezerra
Federal Univesity of Parana, Curitiba, Brazil
Bone and dental ages in patients with diabetes mellitus type 1
Short-comings of Conventional Radiographic Assessments of Skeletal Maturity
Lupita Jocelin Reyes Silveyra
Novel method for dental plaque detection based on digital photography