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  • JOE Volume 36, Number 8, August 2010

    An invitation to present research at the American Association of Endodontists Annual Session in San Antonio, Texas, April 13 16, 2011.

    Abstracts are submitted through the AAE website at www.aae.org/abstracts. Submission opens on August 5 and closes on October 15, 2010. Abstracts must be submitted online for con-sideration and will not be accepted after 5 p.m. C.S.T., on October 15.

    Abstracts should describe an investigation and include objectives, materials and methods, sta-tistical tests, resulting data, and for oral and poster submissions, conclusions. Abstracts may be submitted in one of the following categories.

    Oral researchA 10-minute presenta-tion on a completed clinical or scientific investigation with three to five minutes allocated for questions.

    Poster researchA 10-minute presenta-tion of a completed clinical or basic science investigation using a poster board display. Posters measure four feet high by eight feet wide. Presenters must remain near the poster for the entire half-day session.

    Table clinicsA five- to 10-minute

    presentation of a simple, time-saving procedure or technique, or an interesting scientific phenomenon. Slides, models or radiographs may be used. Presenters must remain near the table for the entire half-day session.

    Guidelines are now available on the AAE web-site at www.aae.org/abstracts. All submissions require an abstract. The abstract should be approximately 250 words. To allow more mem-bers to participate, only one abstract may be submitted per presenter or co-presenter. However, presenters may co-author multiple abstracts.

    This awards program provides prizes of $1,000 to endodontic residents for the top 10 oral, poster and table clinic presentations. The written abstract represents 25 percent of the final score. The presentation at annual session represents 75 percent of the total score. Winners will be announced at the 2011 Annual Session.

    Abstracts are reviewed and selected for pre-sentation by the AAE Research and Scientific Affairs Committee. Resident presentations are judged by AAE members selected by the com-mittee chair.

    All written abstracts are scored from 1-7, and must receive a 3 or higher to be eligible to present.

    Presenters must be AAE members. Submis-sions by predoctoral students will be considered only if an AAE member is a co-author. Member-ship applications must be received by October 1, 2010. Applications can be faxed (866/451-9020 or 312/266-9867) and are available at www.aae.org/join.

    Questions should be directed to Alyson Hall at 800/872-3636 (North America) or 312/266-7255 (International), ext. 3008, or via e-mail to ahall@aae.org.

    Reach out to the countrys largest network of endodontists through the AAE Career Center at www.aae.org/careercenter!

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