McGill well Represented at the Annual IADR General Session

The Faculty of Dentistry was extremely well represented at the 96th Annual General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR). The conference, held in London, England from July 25 to July 28, 2018, is the biggest of its kind for dental research. Over 30 Faculty members, post-docs, graduate students and undergraduate students were on site in London to represent the Faculty.

Here is a list of presentations from our Faculty members:

Paul Allison:

Symposia Speaker

Presentation Title: Student Reflections on the Benefits and Barriers of Dental Outreach

 

Haider Al-Waeli (co-author Belinda Nicolau):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Non-steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs’ (NSAID) Chronotherapy May Enhance Bone Healing After Surgery

 

Christophe Bedos:

Symposia Speaker

Presentation Title: From Exclusion to Inclusion: The Perspective of Dentists in Canada

 

Geneviève Castonguay:

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Protective Psychosocial Pathways From Childhood to Adult Head-and-Neck Cancer

 

Elham Emami:

Symposium

Title: E-health: Research Initiatives in the Delivery of Oral Health Care

Symposia Speaker

Presentation Title: Readiness to Use e-oral Health Technologies: Concept and Assessment Tools

 

Jocelyne Feine:

Session Organiser/Chair: Increase your proficiency in carrying out effective peer-reviews

Presentation title: Randomized Clinical Trials

Symposia Speaker

Presentation Title: Thoughts of a Female Editor-in-Chief

Judge

Three-Minute Thesis Competition

 

Yasuhiko Kawai (co-author Jocelyne Feine):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: The OHRQoL After 10-year-FU of Conventional Complete Dentures

 

Jun Li (co-author Belinda Nicolau):

Oral Presentation

Presentation Title: Exploring the Oral Microbiome by Obesity Status in Children

 

Letian Li (co-author Belinda Nicolau):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Effects of Beta-Blockers on Survival in Head and Neck Cancer

 

Mang Shin Ma (co-author Shahrokh Esfandiari):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Caries Prevalence and Experience in Patients with Osteogenesis Imperfecta

 

Amin Najirad (co-author Shahrokh Esfandiari):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Does Severity of Osteogenesis Imperfecta Affect Children’s Perception of Oral-Health?

 

Belinda Nicolau:

Oral Presentation

Presentation Title: Towards Increased Access to Care for Underserved Remote Communities: The Canadian Dental Connection Website

 

Túlio Nogueira (co-author Shahrokh Esfandiari):

Oral presentation

Presentation Title: Single-implant Mandibular Overdenture Versus Conventional Denture: A Randomized Controlled Trial

 

Nioushah Noushi (co-author Christophe Bedos):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Free Dental Clinic Users and the Ideal Clinic, Montreal, Canada

 

Murali Ramamoorthi (co-author Shahrokh Esfandiari):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Analysis of Non-Caries Cervical Lesion Restorative Material: An OHTA report

 

Jean-Marc Retrouvey:

Oral Presentation

Presentation Title: Simulation of Orthodontic Treatment Using Anatomage and Align Software in Individuals With Osteogenesis Imperfects

 

Natalie Reznikov (co-author Didem Dagdeviren):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Cone-Beam Computed Tomography in Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Three-Dimensional Evaluation of Craniofacial Features

 

Maxime Rousseau (co-author Jean-Marc Retrouvey):

Poster Presentation

Presentation Title: Facial Shape Analysis in Osteogenesis Imperfecta Using Automated Computer Vision

 

Faleh Tamimi:

Symposia Speaker

Presentation Title: Soft Tissue Attachment to Implants: State of the Art and Future Directions

 

Ana Velly

Oral Presentation

Title: Outcome for painful TMD in the National Dental PBRN

 

Congratulations to all of those that made the trip to London and successfully presented at the conference.

The IADR, is a non-profit organization with nearly 11,000 members worldwide. Its mission is:

  • to advance research and increase knowledge for the improvement of oral health worldwide;
  • to support and represent the oral health research community; and
  • to facilitate the communication and application of research findings.

 

       

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