ADASRI scientists to share studies on 3D printing, gum disease, COVID-19 during research exhibition
International Association for Dental Research General Session and Exhibition to take place June 20-25
Scientists from the American Dental Association Science & Research Institute will share their research at the 100th General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research.
The meeting will take place June 20-25 virtually in conjunction with the Fifth Meeting of the IADR Asia Pacific Region.
Research presented by ADASRI scientists will include the following eight abstracts:
- "3D Printing Technology to Build Vascularized Tissues," presented by Yoontae Kim, Ph.D., postdoctoral research assistant.
- "Bone-on-a-Chip Platform Reveals New Mechanisms Involved in Endothelial-Osteoblast Interaction," presented by Stella (Styliani) Alimperti, Ph.D., principal scientist.
- "Corticosteroids for Postoperative Acute Pain Due to Tooth Extraction," presented by Olivia Urquhart, senior research associate.
- "COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy among Dental Healthcare Workers in the U.S.," presented by Laura Eldridge, research associate, epidemiology and biostatistics.
- "Electrochemical Sensors for In Vitro Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Measurement," presented by Anna Kalmykov, Ph.D., postdoctoral research assistant.
- "Enhancing Dentin Bonding Durability Using a New Additive," presented by Xiaohong Wang, Ph.D., senior scientist.
- "Quality of Data for When Translating Science to Clinicians," presented by Marcelo Araujo, D.D.S., Ph.D., ADASRI CEO and ADA chief science officer.
- "Strategies to Reduce COVID-19 Risk in U.S. Dental Settings," presented by Cameron Estrich, Ph.D., manager, epidemiology and biostatistics.