2016-2017 CADR-NCOHR Student Research Award Winner
2016 Research Day Awards
Congratulations to the following students who received awards for their Poster Presentations.
The following students won Travel Awards and will represent Schulich Dentistry at a National or International Conference:
Jennifer Archibald, DDS 2017
CDA/Dentsply Award - will represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2017 CDA National Oral Health Conference in Canada.
Awarded for poster: “Long-term clinical study of hydrophobic and hydrophilic sealant materials in pediatric patients.” Supervised by Dr. Sahza Hatibovic-Kofman.
Guessy Wang, DDS 2017
ADA Foundation Award - will represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2017 Dental Student Research Conference in Maryland.
Awarded for poster: “A retrospective clinical and radiographic analysis of dental implants placed and restored in an undergraduate dental program.” Supervised by Drs. Harinder Sandhu, Richard Bohay & Yara Hosein.
Note: As Guessy Wang was unable to attend the conference, the runner-up (A. Zaharia) accepted the award and will attend the conference. Andrei Zaharia, DDS 2019 - Andrei will now represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2017 Dental Student Research Conference in Maryland. Awarded for poster: “Novel bioactive, fast-setting and injectable bone cement for bone augmentation.” Supervised by Drs. Amin Rizkalla & Jeff Dixon.
David Feere, DDS 2018
Hinman Student Research Award - will represent Schulich Dentistry at the 2017 Hinman Student Research Symposium in Memphis, TN.
Awarded for poster: “Effect of matrix stiffness on fibroblast gene expression.” Supervised by Dr. Andrew Leask.
1st - Karla Crosara - Supervised by Dr. Walter Siqueira
“A creative, inexpensive and effective approach to remove amylase from oral fluids prior to mass spectrometry”
2nd - David Zuanazzi - Supervised by Dr. Walter Siqueira
“Detection of Zika virus in saliva by mass spectrometry-based proteomic/peptidomic”
3rd - Cobos Santiago - Supervised by Dr. Khadry Galil
“Topographic analysis of the TMJ glenoid fossa using MicroCT scans”