CAMLOG contest seeks entries from bright, young implant researchers

October 29, 2012

The CAMLOG Foundation once again is looking for young, talented scientists/researchers and dedicated professionals in the field of implant dentistry. The foundation, established under Swiss law, engages in targeted support of gifted young scientists, promotion of basic and applied research, and continuing training and education to promote progress in implant dentistry and related fields to best serve patients.

The CAMLOG Foundation once again is looking for young, talented scientists/researchers and dedicated professionals in the field of implant dentistry. The foundation, established under Swiss law, engages in targeted support of gifted young scientists, promotion of basic and applied research, and continuing training and education to promote progress in implant dentistry and related fields to best serve patients.

For the third time, the organization has announced its renowned CAMLOG Foundation Research Award. The Research Award is presented every two years at the International CAMLOG Congress and is open to all talented scientists, researchers and dedicated professionals 40 or younger who work at universities, hospitals and practices.

The scientific papers must be published in a recognized scientific journal and can be submitted either in English or German. They should cover one of the following topics in implant dentistry or related disciplines:

  • Diagnostics and planning in implant dentistry

  • Hard- and soft-tissue management in implant dentistry

  • Sustainability of implant-supported prosthetics

  • Physiological and pathophysiological aspects in implant dentistry

  • Advances in digital procedures in implant dentistry.

The contributions will be judged and evaluated by the CAMLOG Foundation Board. The winner of the CAMLOG Foundation Research Prize 2012/2013 will have the opportunity to present his/her work at the 2014 International CAMLOG Congress. Additionally, the authors of the three best contributions will receive cash prizes.

The entry conditions and the mandatory registration form can be downloaded from www.camlogfoundation.org/awards. Registration deadline is Nov. 30, 2013.

As part of its scientific mission, the CAMLOG Foundation has assumed patronage of the International CAMLOG Congresses, which take place every two years.