BSODR Poster Prize
To encourage the pursuit of excellence in this mode of presentation, BSODR offers a cash award of £500 for the best poster presentation by a dental researcher.
Prize entrants should be a postgraduate student or early career researcher within five years of obtaining a PhD. Papers may be co-authored, although the applicant should be responsible for at least 75% of the work presented. The research will primarily have been carried out in a UK. In order to be considered for the competition, the entrant’s research may not have been published prior to submission (papers under consideration are acceptable).
Please submit a 300 word abstract for the meeting via the abstract submission site. The deadline for submisisons is 29th May 2023.
Submissions are only accepted from the researcher wishing to be considered for the prize. Submissions made by co-authors or supervisors on the applicant’s behalf will not be considered. The email address through which the submission is made with be used as the address for all future correspondence. You should receive confirmation of receipt of your prize submission within 10 working days of the abstract submission closing date.
The prize will be judged on the poster presentation submitted to and presented at the meeting, and responses to questions from the judging panel.
Some BSODR Prize competitions will be held during special sessions that can precede the main body of the meeting. Entrants are strongly advised to bear this in mind when making travel arrangements and contact the Chair of the BSODR Awards before finalising their itinerary.
It is the policy of the BSODR to provide informal feedback on the judging process to the prize entrants, if requested. Queries should be made in the first instance to the Chair of the BSODR Awards: Dr Lynne Bingle (email@example.com).
For all prizes, applicants must be able to answer in the affirmative to the following questions:
1. That you only entered be considered for one of the BSODR prize;
2. That the studies to be presented were undertaken whilst affiliated to a UK based University (research may involve work in collaboration with colleagues abroad, but your home institution should be based in the UK);
3. That (depending on the award) you are either a undergraduate student, postgraduate student, or researcher in the early stages of your research career (ie research student or postdoctoral researcher, research fellow or newly appointed lecturer within 5 years from award of your PhD);
4. That you can claim at least 75% input into the study (i.e. that data collection is wholly from your effort, but allowing for expected academic input from supervisors and the rest of the research team named on the abstract);
5. You are a fully paid member of the BSODR/IADR;
6. That you are available to present at the relevant meeting.