AAMP Student Poster Competition
VIRTUAL Poster Session took place on October 17, 2020 at 7:45am PDT
Competition Finalists presented their posters during a 1-hour webinar
All residents/fellows were invited to participate in this year’s annual AAMP Student Poster Competition. This year the competition took place using a virtual format. As in previous years, there are two categories – Research and Case Report/Technique – and first and second place awards including associated monetary prizes sponsored by the Editorial Council for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (ECJPD) will be given.
Congratulations to this year’s AAMP Student Poster Competition winners
Research – 1st Place
THE ROLE OF CRANIOFACIAL IMPLANTS IN PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHESES
Tran, Christina *, Chea, Yannie; Moshaverinia, Alireza; Orellana, Daniela; Jayanetti, Jay
University of California Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA United States
Research – 2nd Place
EFFECTS OF SURFACE TREATMENTS ON SURFACE PROPERTIES OF POLYETHER-KETONE-KETONE (PEKK) AND BONDING TO DENTIN
Wang, Chenwei *, Wu, Guofeng
Nanjing Stomatological Hospital, Medical School of Nanjing University
Department of Prosthodontics
Case – 1st Place
DIGITAL MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHETICS FOR THE IMMEDIATE SURGICAL OBTURATOR (ISO)
Jeong, Soo Cheol *, Muller, Olivia, DDS; Carr, Alan, DMD; Dr. Hauger, Ashley, DDS ; Lee, Sarah K DDS
Department of Dental Specialty
Rochester, MN United States
Case – 2nd Place
MODIFIED VESTIBULOPLASTY OF THE ZYGOMATICOALVEOLAR CREST PROVIDES INTRA-DEFECT SUPPORT FOR THE OBTURATOR PROSTHESIS
Park, Stephanie *, Chao, Denny; Blackwell, Keith; Jayanetti, Jay
UCLA School of Dentistry
Los Angeles, CA United States
POSTER ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS
|*Aquino, Eugenio||DUPLICATION OF PALATAL AUGMENTATION PROSTHESIS USING DIGITAL WORKFLOW: A CASE REPORT|
|*Banan, Prajna||PMMA PROVISIONAL IMPLANT CONNECTING BARS FOR EARLY LOADING OF ZYGOMATIC IMPLANTS IN MAXILLARY DEFECTS|
|*Bashiri, Rafiullah||RARE CASE OF OSTEONECROSIS OF MANDIBLE INDUCED BY ANTI-PD-1 TARGETED THERAPY AND ITS PROSTHETIC MANAGEMENT|
|*Bellis, Aaron||PROSTHETIC REHABILITATION OF ADOLESCENT WITH HISTORY OF RHABDOMYOSARCOMA|
|*Bigsby III, Arthur||THE PROSTHODONTIST’S ROLE IN NASOALVEOLAR MOLDING THERAPY|
|Boldridge, Eva||PATIENT POSITIONING WHILE SCANNING A PATIENT FOR A MAXILLARY OBTURATOR WITH SOFT PALATE EXTENSION – A CASE REPORT|
|*Chen, Xi||INTEGRATED DUAL-EXTRUSION PRINTING OF A DEFINITIVE DUOTONE POLYETHERETHERKETONE ADULT SPEECH AID PROSTHESIS|
|Espiritu Santo Gomez, Federico||USE DOLDER BAR AND CLIP RETENTION MECHANISM FOR EAR PROSTHESES ON IMPLANTS|
|*Fnu, Kushaldeep||FABRICATION OF LONG-SPAN SURVEYED FDP UNDER EXISTING MANDIBULAR RESECTION PROSTHESIS USING CAD/CAM TECHNOLOGY|
|*Gallardo, Francisco||EFFECT OF ANODIZATION OF THE HOUSING OF AURICULAR PROSTHETIC MAGNETS TO THE MAGNETISM STRENGTH|
|*Gao, Yuan||PERFORMING AND ANALYZING DIGITAL IMPRESSION OF A MANDIBULECTOMY MODEL WITH SIMULATED TRISMUS CONDITION|
|*Hauger, Ashley||FIBULA FREE FLAP PROSTHETIC REHABILITATION USING DIGITAL PLANNING AT VARIOUS TREATMENT INTERVALS|
|*Jeong, Soo Cheol||DIGITAL MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHETICS FOR THE IMMEDIATE SURGICAL OBTURATOR (ISO)|
|*Kim, Mi Young||PROSTHETIC REHABILITATION - THE NASAL CONFORMER REINFORCED PROSTHESIS FOR A PARTIAL RHINECTOMY|
|*Kim, David||PERI-IMPLANTITIS AND MUCOSITIS IN MANDIBULAR RECONSTRUCTION WITH FIBULA FREE FLAP: LITERATURE REVIEW WITH CASE REPORT|
|*Kronstadt, Kenneth||INCORPORATION OF MAGNETS IN A COMBINATION MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHESIS VIA A SPECIALIZED FACIAL MOULAGE PROCEDURE|
|*Liu, Rongguang||USE OF NASAL SPEAKING VALVE AND VOICE MEASUREMENT IN MAXILLOFACIAL RESTORATION|
|*Manjin, Zhang||COMPARISON OF DATA ACQUISITION FOR MAXILLECTOMY PATIENTS USING TWO DIFFERENT INTRAORAL SCANNERS|
|*Nguyen, Jennifer||DIGITAL FABRICATION OF A DEFINITIVE CAST FOR A SILICONE OBTURATOR PROSTHESIS|
|PC, Jacob||NOVEL TECHNIQUE TO RETAIN LARGE FACIAL PROSTHESIS USING SUBPERIOSTEAL IMPLANTS AND MAGNETS: A CASE REPORT|
|*Park, Stephanie||MODIFIED VESTIBULOPLASTY OF THE ZYGOMATICOALVEOLAR CREST PROVIDES INTRA-DEFECT SUPPORT FOR THE OBTURATOR PROSTHESIS|
|*Patel, Nupur||ZYGOMATIC IMPLANTS IN MAXILLOFACIAL RECONSTRUCTION: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND RESIDENT’S EXPERIENCE IN SURGERY|
|*Raj, Rajan Saranya||OSSEOINTEGRATED DENTAL IMPLANT SURVIVAL IN CONVENTIONALLY REHABILITATED HEAD AND NECK CANCER PATIENTS - RETROSPECTIVE STUDY|
|*Ravindran, Anjana||A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR REHABLITATION OF RETINOBLASTOMA WITH CUSTOM MADE OCULAR PROSTHESIS- A CASE REPORT|
|*Towithelertkul, Cheewin||PROCESSED RECORD BASE TECHNIQUE OBTURATOR FOR EDENTULOUS PATIENT WITH EXTENSIVE MAXILLARY DEFECT|
|*Tran, Christina||THE ROLE OF CRANIOFACIAL IMPLANTS IN PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHESES|
|Vásquez, José||IMMEDIATE OBTURATOR PLACEMENT AFTER A MAXILLARY TUMOR RESECTION|
|*Wang, Chenwei||EFFECTS OF SURFACE TREATMENTS ON SURFACE PROPERTIES OF POLYETHER-KETONE-KETONE (PEKK) AND BONDING TO DENTIN|
|*Yujia, Wang||TWO- STEPS FABRICATION OF AN OBTURATOR PROSTHESIS FOR A LARGE MAXILLARY DEFECT WITH SPEECH ANALYSIS|
|*Zeichner, Lindsey||SEGMENTAL FACIAL IMPAIRMENT: THE IMPACT ON CLINICAL MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHETICS|
*denotes student poster competition entries
Finalists are indicated in bold
The timeline for the competition is as follows:
September 18, 2020 – Deadline for Abstract Submission
October 2, 2020 – *Deadline for submission of full poster for judging in PDF or JPG format
October 13, 2020 – Finalists will be notified and invited to present their posters during a 1- hour webinar to AAMP membership on October 17, 2020.
Presenters will need to be available to answer questions about their submission during the webinar.
October 19, 2020 -Announcement of winning submissions
All poster submissions will be available for viewing on the members only section of the AAMP website.
Please do not hesitate to contact the AAMP Conference Administration office should you have any questions regarding this year’s AAMP Student Poster Competition.
We look forward to your students’ participation!
AAMP Conference Administration
Tel: 858 272 1018
HOW TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
- Click on the submission button at the top of this page.
- If this is your first time visiting the call for papers submission page, please leave the login information blank to continue with your submission. You will be prompted to create your username and password on the next webpage.
- A confirmation email will be sent to the email address on the account when the submission process has been completed.
- Remember your username and password! You will use this same login information to access your abstract record.
* There is a 15 maximum word count on the title of the abstract
* There is a 400 maximum word count on the body of the abstract
HOW TO EDIT YOUR ABSTRACT
- Need to make an edit to your submission? Sign in with the username and password for your account to re-visit your submitted abstract. Make all the necessary changes and be sure to save them.
- You will receive a new confirmation email showing the updated abstract.
- Last day to make edits to your abstract is Thursday, September 18, 2020.
*All presenters are required to submit a digital version of their poster.
Specifications: PDF or JPG format / size 16:9 ratio (landscape orientation).
Submissions are due by October 2, 2020. Please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use PowerPoint 2007 or newer and set the dimensions of your poster to 16:9 in landscape orientation. You can do this opening PowerPoint, selecting “Design”, “Slide Size” and “Custom Slide Size”.
Before submitting, save your poster as a PDF file. All recent versions of PowerPoint and most other software applications allow you to save your poster as a PDF file from the “File > Save as” menu or through the “File > Print > as .PDF” option.
Your digital poster should include the following information:
- Title and Presenter/Author Names
- Purpose/Aim, Materials & Methods, Results and Conclusions – where applicable
- Graphs, Charts or Photos that support your case/research
Text: The text should be concise and to the point, with key facts emphasized. Minimum suggested font size: 24 (20 for references).
Colors: Choose color combinations that make your text easy to read on a monitor and have a large contrast (dark lettering on a light background or the reverse).
Layout: Keep data simple and ensure a logical order of the content.
Images and Effects: For embedded images, use .jpeg or .png file formats in a resolution of 72 or 96 dpi. Do not use animated effects, “animations” or videos.
Posters will be made available for viewing under the AAMP members only section of the website.