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CAMLOG Foundation calls for research award entries

By Surgical Tribune
September 06, 2012

BASEL, Switzerland: The CAMLOG Foundation is calling for submissions for its third CAMLOG Foundation Research Award. The award is presented biennially at the International CAMLOG Congress and is open to all talented scientists/researchers and dedicated professionals at universities, hospitals and practices under 40 years of age.

The CAMLOG Foundation engages in targeted support of gifted young scientists, promotion of basic and applied research, and continuing training and education to promote progress in implant dentistry and related fields to better serve the patient.

The submissions must have been published in an accredited scientific journal and can be submitted in either English or German. The articles must deal with one of the following topics in implant dentistry or a related discipline: diagnostics and planning; hard- and soft-tissue management; sustainability of implant-supported prosthetics; physiological and pathophysiological aspects; and advances in digital procedures.

The contributions will be evaluated by the CAMLOG Foundation Board. The winner of the 2012/2013 CAMLOG Foundation Research Award will be given the opportunity to present his/her work to a wider audience during the 2014 International CAMLOG Congress. Furthermore, the authors of the three best contributions will receive cash prices (€10,000, €6,000 and €4,000, respectively).

The entry conditions and the mandatory registration form can be downloaded from www.camlogfoundation.org/awards. The registration deadline is 30 November 2013.

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