Posters & Tables & Abstract Presentations
Table Clinics, Poster Presentations, and Graduate Student Abstracts will be important parts of the 59th Annual Meeting. These are ideal opportunities for dental professionals, including faculty and graduate students, to participate. Poster Session, Table Clinic, and Abstract applications will be accepted until capacity is reached.
Meeting registration fee will be waived for full-time dental students who are Poster Presenters, Table Clinic Presenters, or Graduate Student Abstract Presenters. Nonstudent presenters must register to attend the meeting. Students and non-students are responsible for their own housing and all other expenses connected with attending the meeting.
Table Clinics: Table Clinics will be offered in the Exhibit Hall or nearby location during the 60-minute refreshment breaks on October 22. Judges will determine the three best presentations, and each will receive a cash prize. A Table Clinic consists of a ten-minute presentation supported by information on the presenter’s laptop computer. The audience stands around the table to hear the presenter. It is important that the presentation be limited to ten minutes so that the audience can hear as many presentations as possible. AAID provides a small, high table on which the presenter places his or her laptop. Table Clinic presenters must bring their own laptops. Because of the danger of audience members tripping on unsecured power cords, the laptop MUST use battery power.
Poster Presentations: Poster presentations will be on display in the Exhibit Hall or nearby location from Thursday, October 21 through Saturday, October 23. A panel of judges will evaluate each Poster Presentation. First, second and third place winners will be announced and will receive cash prizes. Poster Presentations are typically a report of research or an innovative approach. Poster Session presenters place materials such as pictures, data, graphs, diagrams and narrative text on a 8’ long x 4’ high tack board which we supply. Presenters are welcome to provide handouts, at their own expense, to supplement the poster.
Graduate Student Abstracts: Graduate Student Abstracts will be presented during the morning on Saturday, October 23. Judges will determine the three best presentations, and each will receive a cash prize. A Graduate Student Abstract consists of a 15 to 20 minute best-case presentation and must involve implants. AAID provides an LCD projector, screen and microphone in the presentation room.
Only graduate dental students are eligible to present an abstract.
Official Poster Session, Table Clinic, and Abstract Application
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