'My First Research' poster
The CED-IADR has set up this new poster award to provide the opportunity to young investigators to communicate about their first research experience at an international CED-IADR meeting.
In order to apply for a CED-IADR 'My First Research' Poster Award, you have to meet the following conditions:
Candidates must be a present CED-IADR member (at the time of the application).
Candidates must have their affiliation in the CED-IADR area.
Candidates should not be older than 30 years at the time of application.
Candidates must have submitted an abstract to be presented as a poster before the abstract-submission deadline.
Candidates need to be the first author and presenter of the abstract.
Research should not have been published or presented before at any major scientific meeting.
The CED-IADR 'My First Research' Poster Award can only be received once.
One can only apply for ONE award of ONE IADR division at the 2019 CED-IADR/NOF meeting. (Exception: you can apply in parallel for a CED-IADR Travel Award and/or a CED-IADR Visiting Scholar Grant).
The winners of the CED-IADR ’My first research award’” receive a certificate and € 500 with a one-year free membership for the first prize and a certificate and € 250 with a one-year free membership for the second prize.
Please be informed that you are obliged to attend the Congress Opening Ceremony & CED-IADR General Assembly (GA) as the winners will be officially announced during the Congress Opening Ceremony (registration may be required) and CED-IADR General Assembly (usually on Friday during lunch).”
Note: In case a winner is not attending the Opening Ceremony & CED-IADR General Assembly the prize will not be paid.
- 1st prize: Teodora Georgieva Karteva (Plovdiv, Bulgaria); TITLE: "IL-1β: Determinant of Destruction Extent in Asymptomatic Apical Periodontitis".
- 2nd prize: Triana Blanco-Pintos (Santiago de Compostela, Spain); TITLE: "Salivary Cytokine-based Predictive Models to Estimate the Probability of Periodontitis Differentiating by Smoking Status."
- 1st prize: Fareeha Batool (Strassbourg, France)
- 2nd prize: Anna S. Mueller (Vienna, Austria)