Abstract Submissions

Balint Orban Memorial Competition

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

The 2016 Balint Orban finalist abstracts can be viewed here.

Abstract submissions are now closed for the 2016 Balint Orban Memorial Competition. 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. 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.

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.
 

The 2016 Research Forum abstracts, including finalist abstracts, can be viewed here.

The 2016 poster session will be held in collaboration with the Japanese Society of Periodontology and the Japanese Academy of Clinical Periodontology. The JSP and JACP abstracts can be viewed here.

Abstract submissions are now closed for the 2016 Research Forum Poster Competition, and authors will be notified in July 2016. 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. 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.

Innovations in Periodontics

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

2017 Annual Meeting: Call for Innovations in Periodontics
The Continuing Education Oversight Committee (CEOC) is soliciting presentations addressing advances in clinical periodontics, basic science, or related subjects for the Innovations in Periodontics program for the 103rd AAP Annual Meeting Sept. 9-12, 2017, in Boston, Mass. Three sessions will consist of four 15-minute individual presentations, and a fourth team-based session will include three 25-minute presentations. A five-minute question-and-answer period will follow each presentation.

Interested parties should submit abstracts and cases for consideration by 11:59 p.m. ET on Dec. 16, 2016, via the Abstract Manager website.

The AAP is an ADA CERP® recognized education provider.

 

 

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