2021 Resident and Dental Student Digital Poster Session and Competition
Residents and Dental Students will be able to submit an abstract, poster, and video presentation that will be placed on a dedicated 2021 ACP Annual Session Poster Website. In addition, all posters and videos will be placed on a dedicated section of the 2021 ACP Annual Session Meeting Platform.
These poster presentations are intended to highlight scholarly activity, promote research, and engage students. Presentation topics may include research results, clinical outcomes, laboratory techniques, or other topics of interest to ACP members and guests.
Residents will classify their submission as a "case presentation" or "original research" during the abstract submission process.
All accepted applicants must submit their poster and video presentation files by the designated date. Posters and presentations will be judged, and the top 3 scores from each category (Predoctoral, Resident Case Presentation, Resident Original Research) will move on to the final round.
Each of the nine finalists will present live via Zoom to the Poster Competition Subcommittee. The final round will be recorded in October before the annual session dates. Results from the final round of judging will determine the order of the 3 finalists from each category. Finalists will be notified of their placement before the annual session begins. The videos of the final round will be broadcasted to all annual session registrants during the meeting.
Please read the submission guidelines carefully and submit your abstract through the online ePosters system.
Abstracts are due by Aug 1.
2021 John J. Sharry Prosthodontic Research Competition
The John J. Sharry Prosthodontic Research Competition, sponsored by the ACP Education Foundation, will be held during the virtual 2021 ACP Annual Session on Friday, Oct. 29, 2021. The competition is held to stimulate and acknowledge original research in prosthodontics.
Individuals were eligible if they are currently enrolled in a postdoctoral prosthodontic program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) or have completed such a program in the last three (3) years and are an active Member, Fellow, or Resident Member, in good standing, of the American College of Prosthodontists. Manuscripts must not have been previously accepted for publication (except for Journal of Prosthodontics acceptance) and are eligible for publication in the Journal.
The ACP Research Committee reviewed all submitted abstracts and selected the six finalists who will present live via Zoom at the 2021 ACP Annual Session. The top three winners will be determined by the Research Committee after judging the finalist’s submitted manuscripts and live presentations. The top three winners will receive a cash prize.
All finalists and winners will be acknowledged at the Annual Awards Dinner.