Are you ready to PerioDash?! Join us once again for this well-loved AAP Foundation event. PerioDash is a virtual run/walk, which means you register, pick a day during the first two weeks of October, and run at a time that works best for you. Indoors or outside, on your own or with a team, walking or running, the choice is yours! Help support the future of periodontal education and have a great time while doing so! Register today!
Want more visibility for your company among leaders in periodontology? Show your commitment to the specialty by sponsoring an AAP Foundation event today. Your sponsorship will demonstrate your support for periodontal education and research, a cause to which our donors have dedicated their careers, lives, and resources. Learn more here.
In 2021, periodontology lost one of its greats, Dr. James T. Mellonig. Dr. Mellonig was an educator, researcher, mentor and friend to many, and his presence is keenly missed throughout the specialty. At this year's AAP Annual meeting in Austin, TX, we will gather to pay tribute to the life and legacy of this great man. Join us for the AAP Foundation Mellonig Memorial Dinner.
"Apart from helping me financially, this award has strengthened my commitment to dental education. I will be in academics for life," says Satheesh Elangovan, BDS, ScD, DMSc, a 2011 Abram and Sylvia Chasens Teaching and Research Fellow. Dr. Elangovan is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. He is also the AAP Foundation's 2008 Tarrson Regeneration Scholar.
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Congratulations to Fatemeh “Flora” Momen-Heravi, DDS, PhD, (2017 Educator Scholar, 2018 Dr. D. Walter Cohen Teaching Award Recipient) assistant professor of dental medicine at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, who was named the 2020 recipient of the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) Anne D. Haffajee Fellowship. The award provides early-career women researchers in the field of oral biology with financial support for training and research activities that will advance their academic careers. Read more here.