Dental Research in Review
February 17, 2010
 
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2010 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

Also the Health Sciences Library (HSL) has a nice online tutorial in poster design
http://www.hsl.unc.edu/services/tutorials/poster_design/home.htm

Any other questions about posters, please contact Ms. Sheri Moyer in Support Services, 966-3068.


POSTERS -- #1 through #13 are located on the 3rd Floor Lobby of Tarrson Hall, posters #14 through #23 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 Orthodontics 8:00a Craniofacial Deficiency of Evc2 Mutant Mice Using Lateral-Cephalograms and MicroCT

2

Stephanie Chambers Pediatric Dentistry 8:15a Radiographic Determination of Mesiodistal Crown Dimensions: Comparison of normal teeth  and teeth with dentinogenesis imperfecta

3

Katherine Donovan Pediatric Dentistry 8:30a Determinants of Infant Oral Health Practices among Dentists in NC

4

Maggie Fetner Orthodontics 8:45a The Association between Craniofacial Morphology and Risk for Pediatric Sleep Disorders

5

Savannah Gelesko Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 9:00a Cold Therapy Reduces Pain After Third Molar Removal 

6

David Walker Orthodontics 9:15a Validation of Shape Correspondence for Quantification of Condylar Resorption

7

Stephanie Werner Pediatric Dentistry 9:30a Association between Childhood Obesity and Dental Caries Incidence       

8

Daniela  Mendonca Prosthodontics 9:00-10:00a Antagonistic Inflammatory And Hypoxic Signaling In Stem-like And Osteoprogenitor Cells

9

Lee Boushell Operative Dentistry 9:00-10:00a MMP-2 and BSP Expression in Response to Coronal Caries     

10

Jennifer Brame Dental Ecology 9:00-10:00a A Comparison of Radiographic Intraoral Devices on Psychomotor Skill Performance     

11

Ralph Leonard Diagnostic Sciences & General Dentistry 9:00-10:00a Nightguard Vital Bleaching: Longevity and Side Effects 10-17 years Post-treatment     

12

Kathryn Conard Prosthodontics 9:00-10:00a Prospective Clinical Trial of New Press-Over Crown System

13

Romina Perri Periodontology 9:00-10:00a Periodontal Infection, Obesity and Diabetic Status in Children: A Cross-Sectional Explorational Investigation       

14

Sandra Altarawneh Prosthodontics 8:00a Proteomic Analysis and Biomarker Discovery of Human Saliva-A Systematic Review

15

Aubree Chismark Dental Hygiene Education 8:15a Complementary-and-Alternative-Medicine for Work-Related Pain Correlates with Career Satisfaction among Hygienists

16

Caleb Corwin Periodontology 8:30a The Impact of Oral Health Literacy on Periodontal Health Status

17

Fang Gu Endodontics 8:45a Characterizing viral and bacterial pathogenesis within inflamed and healthy pulp tissue 

18

Akshay Kumarswamy Periodontology 9:00a In-vivo Assessment of Wound Healing Using Orthostat Bone Putty in the Surgical  Management of Tooth Extractions

19

Imani Lewis Periodontology 9:15a Factors that Influence Predoctoral Dental Students’ Interest in Specialty Training in Periodontics      

20

Mary Vinson Dental Hygiene Education 9:30a Diabetes Educators' Knowledge, Opinions and Behaviors Regarding Periodontal Disease and Diabetes 

21

Patricia Miguez Periodontology 9:00-10:00a Biglycan-enhanced BMP Signaling: Role of Glycosaminoglycans      

22

Chris Dibble Pharmacology 8:00a Structural and Functional Analysis of Programmed Cell Death 10

23

Sodsi Wirojchanasak Oral Biology 8:15a Functional Role of Corin in Osteogenesis through Differential Modulation