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ITI Accepting Applications for 2013 André Schroeder Research Prize

Posted on September 10, 2012

 

Established almost 20 years ago, the André Schroeder Research Prize is an annual award presented by the International Team for Implantology (ITI) in honor of the late Professor André Schroeder (1918-2004), the founding ITI President, who pioneered implant dentistry and whose lifework contributed significantly to modern dentistry.

Worth 20,000 Swiss Francs in cash, the André Schroeder Research Prize is today one of the most highly sought-after awards in implant dentistry. It is awarded to independent researchers for the advancement of dental research and development. The aim is to promote new scientific findings in implant dentistry, oral tissue regeneration and related fields.

The André Schroeder Research Prize is adjudicated by the ITI Research Committee. The ITI Research Committee is made up of international specialists in implant dentistry and related fields.

2012 André Schroeder Research Prize

The prize will be presented at the ITI Congress Canada in Toronto, which will take place from September 21 to 22 September, 2012.

2013 André Schroeder Research Prize

In 2013, the André Schroeder Research Prize will be presented at the ITI Congress North America in Chicago, which will take place from April 4 to 6, 2013.

If you have new findings in implant dentistry, oral tissue regeneration and related fields, we cordially invite you to apply for the 2013 André Schroeder Research Prize. Applications are accepted until October 15, 2012.

Download the Terms and Conditions for Participation (PDF document) and the André Schroeder Research Prize Application Form (Word document) here.

An objective evaluation of an application is only possible if precise and complete information is provided by the applicant(s). The application form must be filled out in English, as thoroughly as possible and in full compliance with the terms and conditions for participation.

The completed application form must be saved as a PDF file and sent to the ITI Center to research@iticenter.ch by email. Applications submitted by conventional mail will not be accepted.