Now Accepting Abstracts for My Kid’s Dentist Research Poster Competition and NuSmile Graduate Student Research Award

November 4, 2015 10:51 AM
AAPD is now accepting abstracts for the My Kid’s Dentist Research Poster Competition and NuSmile Graduate Student Research Award Competition which takes place during AAPD 2016, May 26-29, 2016 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. Please indicate whether you want your abstract to be considered for the My Kid’s Dentist Research Poster Competition, the NuSmile Graduate Student Research Award, or both. 
 

For the My Kid’s Dentist Research Poster Competition, all posters are presented in an electronic format on a customized AAPD Poster App and the eventScribe ePoster Gallery. A PDF file is the best format to upload your presentation to the Conference Harvester. During the competition, presenters will use an iPad which is connected to large monitors displaying their poster. 

Research must be completed and final data submitted for the NuSmile Graduate Student Research Award competition.  Eight finalists are selected by members of the AAPD Council on Scientific Affairs.  Finalists will be notified and are required to present their research in person on Saturday, May 28, 2016.  Following the presentation, one finalist will be selected for the Ralph E. McDonald Award. 

 
Create an account and begin your abstract submission at AAPD Poster Submission. When your abstract is complete you must press the ‘Submit’ button. Your will work will be saved each time you log out.  
 
For residents that submit for the NuSmile Graduate Student Research Award Competition, Program Director attestation is required. Program Directors will receive an email notification with the steps on how to approve the abstracts.

The deadline for the both competitions is January 19, 2016.
Abstracts submitted after the deadline will not be accepted – no exceptions.
 
The My Kid’s Dentist Poster Competition and the NuSmile Graduate Student Research Award are open to AAPD members only
 
 
 


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