The IADR Young Investigator Award.

The IADR Young Investigator Award, supported by Crest Oral-B, P & G Professional Healthcare, was designed to stimulate basic research in all dental disciplines. The recipient must not have reached his / her 40th Birthday at the time the award is presented. The prize consists of a cash prize and a plaque and is one of the 16 IADR Distinguished Scientist Award, one of the highest honors IADR IADR.

Notes:About the International Association for Dental ResearchThe International Association for Dental Research is a nonprofit organization with more than 11,300 individual members ,, dealing with: promotion of research and further knowledge further knowledge on oral health, supporting the oral health research, and facilitating global communication and application of research findings for the improvement of oral health.

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