Applications due in early December for Dr. Ray Bowen Student Research Award
August 11, 2014
The ADA Foundation, in cooperation with the Academy of Operative Dentistry, will accept applications until Dec. 5 for the 2015 Dr. Ray Bowen Student Research Award.
The biennial award is open to dental students at all levels to pursue research relevant to contemporary operative dentistry. The award provides $6,000 to perform proposed research and an additional $1,000 to help meet the requirement to present a table clinic based on the research proposal at the Academy of Operative Dentistry's scientific session. To qualify, a student must have, at his or her dental school, a faculty member who is a member of the Academy of Operative Dentistry to provide guidance and act as a co-investigator.
"This is an important award for the ADA Foundation," said Dr. David Whiston, president, ADA Foundation. "One of the most significant ways in which we contribute to the good of the profession, and ultimately to better patient care, is to identify and nurture future generations of researchers. The Dr. Ray Bowen Award is one of the first steps in that process. It is also a wonderful way to recognize the more than 50-year career of Dr. Bowen, whose work has improved dentistry, and who continues to serve as a role model for emerging researchers."
may be downloaded from the foundation's website. To make a tax-deductible donation to the ADA Foundation to support important research in the field of dentistry or other efforts, visit www.adafoundation.org
or call 1-312-440-2547.