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2009 DENTAL RESEARCH IN REVIEW
Abstract List for Poster Presentations

DRR poster session DRR poster session

Set up posters from 7:00 a.m. to 7:15 a.m. 3rd and 4th Floor lobbies of Tarrson Hall. Push pins will be provided. PLEASE return push pins when taking down posters. The poster judging times for the TURNER and BAWDEN Awards are from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Award competitors have up to 10 minutes to present and 5 minutes for questions and answers.

The general viewing time for posters is 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Presenters not competing for an award should be present at their posters from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Numbers are listed on each poster board to match your poster assignment. Posters must be removed between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Poster boards will be dissembled after that time. THANK YOU.

For those preparing posters for DRRD, some helpful poster tips can be found on the Student Research Group website at.

http://studentorgs.unc.edu/srg/index.php/dental-research-and-review

Any other questions about posters, please contact Mac McCollum in the Center for Educational Development and Informatics at 966-4544. 


POSTERS -- #1 through #21 are located on the 3rd Floor Lobby of Tarrson Hall, posters #22 through #41 then continue on the 4th Floor of Tarrson Hall.

Presenters competing for an award have a specified presentation time to be at his/her poster for judging.  Non-competing presenters should be at their posters from 9a-10a.

Poster Presentations
 

Abstract #

Presenter

Department /Program

Presentation Time

Title

1

Mahshid

Bahadoran

Pediatric Dentistry

8:00a

Tooth Phenotype of Evc2/Lbn Mutant Mice During Tooth Development

2

Catherine

Long

Pediatric Dentistry

8:15a

Caries Risk Assessment and Dental Referrals by Pediatricians

3

Joshua

Fein

Pediatric Dentistry

8:30a

Introducing Infant Oral Health to Dental Curricula: A Clinical Intervention

4

Eric

Hoverstad

Oral Maxillofacial Surgery

8:45a

Second Molar Periodontal Status After Third Molar Removal

5

Casey

Kiefer

Orthodontics

9:00a

3D Soft Tissue Changes Following Class III Surgical Correction

6

Lauren

Sanzone

Pediatric Dentistry

9:15a

Dentists' Awareness of Oral Health Literacy and Confidence in Communication

7

William

Stanley

Endodontics

9:30a

Worry In Patients With Chronic Orofacial Pains    

8

Ryan

Londry

Periodontology

8:00a

MicroRNA Profiles of Macrophages Exposed to A. actinomycetemcomitans and P. gingivalis LPS

9

Byron

Capps

Endocrinology
Pediatric Dentistry

8:15a

The Importance of IAP/CD47 in Osteoblast Differentiation

10

Chance

Powell

Oral Maxillofacial Surgery

8:30a

Incidence of Removal of Titanium Hardware in Post-Operative Orthognathic  Procedures between 1999 and 2000.

11

Lauren

Rennick

Orthodontics

8:45a

Refining the Tooth Agenesis Phenotype: Comparison of Syndromic versus Non-syndromic

12

Felipe

Carvalho

Orthodontics

9a-10a

3D Assessment of Mandibular Advancement 1 Year After Surgery

13

Ashley

Martin

Dental Hygiene Education

9a-10a

GCF Levels of MCP-1 and RANTES in Post Partum Women

14

Maura

Partrick

Orthodontics

9a-10a

Periodontal health of 2nd molars After Removal of 3rd Molars with Pericoronitis

15

J. Robbyne

Adkins   

Dental Hygiene Education

8:00a

The Effects of Standardized Patient Experience on Dental Hygiene Students Confidence in Delivering Tobacco Cessation Counseling

16

Ronan

Allen

Periodontology

8:15a

Serum IgG Antibody Response To Periodontal Pathogens Among Pediatric Subjects

17

Antonino

Crivello

Periodontology

8:30a

The DNA Methylation Pattern Of The Interferon Gamma Promoter Region In Healthy And Periodontitis Patients

18

Cherri

Kading

Dental Hygiene Education

8:45a

Factors Affecting North Carolina Dental Hygienists' Confidence in Obesity Education and Training

19

Ryan

Serra

Periodontology

9:00a

Effect of Phenytoin on MMP Production in the Human Macrophages

20

Sonali

Rathore

Oral Maxillofacial Radiology

9:15a

High Resolution Cone Beam CT Imaging of Occlusal caries

21

Lattice

Sams

Dental Hygiene Education

9:30a

Preventive Dental Services Provided by Physicians in the United States

22

Marnisa

Sricholpech

Oral Biology

9a-10a

Lysyl Hydroxylase 3 Glycosylates Type I Collagen and Controls Matrix Organization in Osteoblast Cell Culture System

23

Ghadeer

Thalji

Prosthodontics

9a-10a

 Role of cp Titanium Surface Topography in Peri-implant Osteoclastogenesis: Rat Model   

24

Rita-Marie

McFadden

Oral Biology

8:00a

Coronin 1A has a Role in Induction of Graft-Versus-Host Disease

25

Patricia

Miguez

Oral Biology

8:15a

Biglycan Enhances the BMP2 Signaling via its Specific Molecular Domain   

26

Estephan

Moana Filho

Oral Biology

8:30a

Habituation Patterns of Visual Evoked Potentials in Migraine and Control Subjects

27

Mary Beth

Nebel

Center for Neurosensory Disorders

8:45a

fMRI Brain Representation of Non-Facial Tactile Stimulation in TMD 

28

Samantha

Segall

Endodontics Genetics Molecular Biology Curriculum

9:00a

Comt1 and Pain Perception in Common Inbred Strains of Mice

29

Shaoping

Zhang

Oral Biology

9:15a

Methylation Analysis of Interleukin-1 beta in Periodontal Tissues   

30

Pavel

Gris

Center for Neurosensory Disorders

9a-10a

Functional Characterization of the Novel Alternatively Spliced Form of Mu-Opioid Receptor OPRM1

31

Daniela

Mendonca

Prosthodontics

9a-10a

Hypoxia-mediated Gene Regulation in Osseointegration

32

Gustavo

Mendonca

Prosthodontics

9a-10a

Implant Surface Nanofeatures Alter Osteoblast-Specific Gene Expression

33

Keith

Nicholson

Advanced Education in General Dentistry

9a-10a

Finite Element Analysis of Traumatic Fractures in Maxillary Central Incisors

34

Rebeca

Weisleder

Endodontics

9a-10a

Micro-Computed Tomography Assessment of Apical Third of the Apical Third of Root Canals after Engine Driven Instrumentation.

35

Shad

Smith

Center for Neurosensory Disorders

9a-10a

Candidate Gene Analysis of a Persistent Pain Disorder

36

Jennifer

Brame

Dental Ecology

9a-10a

A Comparison of Radiographic Intraoral Techniques on Preclinical Skill Performance.

37

Matthew

Conrad

Endodontics

9a-10a

Cytokine Profiles Associated with TMD Case Status

38

Parisa

Kasravi

Center for Neurosensory Disorders

9a-10a

OPPERA: Pain Prospective Evaluation and Risk Assessment - A Study of Muscle, Joint and Jaw Function

39

Miranda

Bickel

Biology Pediatric Dentistry

9a-10a

The Effects of Epidermal Growth Factor, Fluoride, and Osteogenic Media on Ameloblast Lineage Cell Mineralization

40

Dylan

Maixner

Center for Neurosensory Disorders

9a-10a

Use of Molecular Inversion Probe Technology to Assess Regions of High Genomic Diversity: Implications for Assessing Hitchhiking and Compensatory  Genetic Variation

41

Abdel-Ghany

Al-Saidi

Periodontology

9a-10a

MicroRNA Response of Human Macrophages Exposed to the Anti-Inflammatory Molecule Interleukin-10 (IL-10)