Announcing the Recipients of the 2016 Research Fellowships
Congratulations to the following five residents who have been selected as recipients of the 2016 ACP Education Foundation Research Fellowships! These grants are awarded to support meritorious research proposals that seek to advance basic scientific and applied clinical knowledge in the area of prosthodontics.
Thank you to the ACP Research Committee for their hard work in selecting these individuals.
Fungal and Bacterial Pathogen Biofilm Formation on Anatomical Denture Base Materials
Angela Gullard, DMD, PhD University of Tennessee (2019)
Dimensional Stability of CAD/CAM Patterns
Leah K. Romay, DDS University of Maryland (2019)
Evaluation of Marginal Discrepancies of Monolithic Zirconia Crowns Under the Influence of Different Preparation Designs and Sintering Techniques
Walaa Ahmed, BDS, MSc University of British Columbia (2018)
Effects of CAD/CAM Acrylic on Human Gingival Fibroblast Differentiation, Proliferation, and Attachment
David W. Chen, DMD, BS University of Maryland (2019)
Assessment of the Internal Fit and Marginal Integrity of Interim Crowns with Different Manufacturing Methods
Chin Chun (Jean) Peng, DDS University of Washington (2018)
The ACPEF Research Fellowships are generously supported through a grant from P&G, a long term partner of this program since 2005.
Dated Nov. 16, 2016
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