Deadline: January 17, 2022
To encourage excellence in salivary related research among dental scientists,
dental students and non-dental students.
- The program is targeted at dental and non-dental
students (undergraduate and graduate), as well as dentists involved in
research and other dental scientists.
- All applicants must be over 18 years of age and be a
member of the IADR.
- Applicants do not have to be members of the IADR
Salivary Research Group (SRG).
- Submitted abstracts must follow the IADR submission
process for abstract submissions to the general session.
- The abstracts must be within the Salivary Research area
- Submitted abstracts must be no more than 300 words
total and contain content under the following headings: introduction,
methods, results and conclusion.
- The SRG program chair will confirm that the elements
noted above are all included.
- If any of the noted pieces are missing, the entry will
Timeline and How to Enter:
To apply, you must first submit an abstract to the IADR General Session &
Exhibition through the IADR Website at
Simultaneously select the Salivary Research Award button.
The IADR deadline for all abstracts is January 17, 2022.
Submitted abstracts follow the same
timetable as all other IADR submitted abstracts for the IADR General Session
& Exhibition and deadlines are posted on the IADR Website. Winners will be
selected among eligible applicants whose abstract has been accepted under the
normal IADR scientific review.
The awardees are determined by a committee of the officers of the SRG. Award
winners will be notified via letter or email approximately two months after
Up to three awards will be given:
- One award for the abstract of a pre-doctoral student at
- One award for the abstract of a PhD-student at $500.
- On award for the abstract of a post-doctoral fellow at
The awards are only granted if an
abstract demonstrates sufficient merit. The awards are non-transferable.
Each awardee will present their
scientific poster or give an oral presentation in a scheduled session
(organized by the SRG program chair) at the IADR General Session &
The awards will be formally
presented by the president of the SRG at the SRG business meeting during the
IADR General Session & Exhibition in 2022.
For inquiries about this
award, please contact:
Kimberly Jasmer-McDonald (SRG Program Chair, IADR Salivary Research Group) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Past Award Recipients:
Anti-cholinergic Medications And Caries Status In Middle Aged Xerostomia
Genevieve Arany-Lan-Kao1, Mayank Kakkar, Szilvia
Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
Abstract no. 1771
Effects of Circadian Dysregulation on Salivary Gland Morphology and
Helya Mortazavi1,2, Raed
1,2, Liubov Lobanova 2, Silvana Papagerakis 3,4,
1.Department of Anatomy, Physiology, and
Pharmacology; College of Dentistry, University of Saskatchewan, SK, CA.
of Dentistry; University of Saskatchewan, SK, CA.
Surgery; College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, SK, CA.
of Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Immunology; College of Medicine, University
of Saskatchewan, SK, CA.
Abstract no. 1090
Tissue Recombination to Control Salivary Gland Gene Expression
Rei Sekiguchi, Kenneth Yamada, NIDCR/NIH
Bethesda Maryland United States
Abstract no. 1084
Ultra-High Frequency Ultrasound Of Labial Glands In Sjögren's Syndrome
Rosanna Izzetti1, G. Fulvio2, F.
2, M. Nisi1, S. Gennai1, G. Aringhieri3,
3, C. Baldini2, F. Graziani1
Dentistry and Oral Surgery, Department of Surgical, Medical and Molecular
Pathology and Critical Care Medicine, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
of Rheumatology, Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University
of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
3 Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology,
Department of Translational Research and of New Technologies in Medicine and
Surgery, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Abstract no. 0709
Microfluidics-Based Coaxial Bioprinting of Hydrogels for Salivary Tissue
2, Mary (Cindy) Farach-Carson1,2, Daniel
of Bioengineering, Rice University;
2Department of Diagnostic and Biomedical
Sciences, School of Dentistry, University of Texas Health Science Center at
Abstract no. 1773
Salivary Research Award for pre-doc
students ($ 500): Manabu Manandhar.
1; A. May2; E. Emmerson2; N.
2; L. Berthoin2; S. Knox2.
Balanced Autonomic Innervation is Necessary for Maintenance of Salivary Gland
1School of Dentistry, University of California San Francisco, San
Francisco, California, United States;
2Program in Craniofacial and
Mesenchymal Biology, Universtiy of California San Francisco, San Francisco,
California, United States. Abstract number 3666
Salivary Research Award for PhD
students ($ 500): Ryouichi Satou.
1; M. Sato2;
2; Y. Ishizuka1; M. Tazaki2; N.
1; Y. Sbibukawa2. Clock Gene’s Expression in
Submandibular Acinar and Ductal Cells.
1Epidemiology and Public
Health, Tokyo Dental College, Tokyo, Japan;
2Physiology, Tokyo Dental
College, Tokyo, Japan. Abstract number 1049
Salivary Research Award for post-doc
researcher ($ 500): Taro Mukaibo
; J. Melvin1
. Apical Slc26a6 Supports
Bicarbonate Secretion by Mouse Sublingual Acinar Cells.
Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, National Institute of Health,
Bethesda, Maryland, United States