Ten finalists were selected from all entries for each of these awards, and were invited to present their work during the 2022 Annual IADR meeting in June. The winners received a Cash Award and a Certificate of Recognition for their research accomplishments and their thoughtful presentations.
Created to support national and international students enrolled in the 1-Year Translational Research Fellowship Program, CTOR will award 4 students each year with $15,000 USD as a waiver towards the tuition of the second semester of the program.
CTOR Academy Advanced Program in Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics was granted Accreditation by CODA and is now accepting applications for the Academic Year of 2023-2024.
Research did not stop during these unprecedented times. The 2021 Annual IADR/AADR session was fully virtual.
Dr. Cristina Teixeira, CTOR Co-Founder, presided at the business meeting of the IADR Orthodontic Research Group (ORG).
Students and postdocs that distinguished themselves for excellence in research in orthodontics and translational research were recognised at the event.