2021 Junior Educator of the Year Award: Dr. Ahmed Mahrous
The American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) honored Dr. Ahmed Mahrous with the 2021 Junior Educator of the Year Award at the Annual Awards Ceremony during the 51st Annual Session of the ACP, held virtually Oct. 26-30, 2021. This award is presented to a young junior dental educator who has made an impact in the field of prosthodontics.
“I am honored to receive the ACP Junior Educator Award. Dental education is my passion so receiving this award means a great deal to me.” Dr. Mahrous said, “I would like to thank the ACP for acknowledging my teaching efforts with this award, and for continually inspiring and advocating for prosthodontists around the world.”
Dr. Ahmed Mahrous is an assistant professor of prosthodontics at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. He received his DDS from Pharos University in Egypt and received his certificate in prosthodontics and master’s degree from the University of Iowa.
As a prosthodontics resident Dr. Mahrous received the ACPEF Research Fellowship Award. As faculty member he has received the UIOWA faculty of year award for 3 consecutive years at the University of Iowa. Dr. Mahrous is the subcommittee lead on the ACP Digital Dentistry workgroup, and is actively involved in several other dental organizations.
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