Abstract Submissions

Balint Orban Memorial Competition

The prestigious Balint Orban Memorial Competition has been a featured event at the Academy’s Annual Meeting since 1960.
 

The Balint Orban Memorial Program provides a platform for clinical or basic research to be presented by current periodontal residents or students who completed their training no more than 18 months prior to the Annual Meeting.

Abstract submissions are now closed for the 2014 Balint Orban Memorial Competition and the finalists have been selected. Abstracts can be accessed via the online abstract viewer. The Orban Competition is open to current students or recent graduates of U.S. or Canadian periodontics programs. Eight finalists will be selected to present their research to a panel of judges at the Annual Meeting. Submissions for 2015 will open December 2014. For more information about the Balint Orban Memorial Competition please review Research Submissions Frequently Asked Questions or contact Stephanie Heffner stephanie@perio.org or 312/573-3248.

Innovations in Periodontics

Innovations in Periodontics sessions address advances in clinical periodontics, basic sciences or related subjects.
 

2015 abstract submissions will be accepted until 11:59 pm CT, Friday, January 16, 2015. Speakers are selected by a blind review of abstracts submitted to the Academy. For more information about Innovations in Periodontics, please visit the Innovations page or contact the Meetings and Continuing Education department.

Research Forum Poster Session

The Research Forum provides a platform for clinical and basic research to be presented by those in the field of periodontics and is open to all researchers.
 

Abstract submissions are now closed for the 2014 Research Forum Poster Competition and the finalists have been selected. Abstracts can be access via the online abstract viewer. Submissions for 2015 will open in December 2014. Poster session finalists will present their research at the AAP Annual Meeting, with a cash prize being awarded to one poster in clinical research and another in basic research. In addition, one presenter will be awarded the Clinical Impact Award, given to the individual whose research has the greatest potential for changing and improving periodontal health and patient care.For more information about the Research Forum Poster Competition, please review Research Submissions Frequently Asked Questions or contact Stephanie Heffner stephanie@perio.org or 312/573-3248.

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