Students, faculty, and staff across all disciplines at the Indiana University School of Dentistry are encouraged to participate in our annual Research Day event every spring to highlight their research accomplishments of the year.
Participate in our annual Research Day
Research Day 2019
The 27th annual Research Day was on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 in the IUPUI Campus Center. This event is open to the public.
Are you planning to present your research at Research Day? Here’s what you’ll need to know.
Abstract submission for Research Day 2019 is now closed.
All award competitors, other than dental hygiene and undergraduate students, will be required to give an oral PowerPoint presentation on Judging Night.
- Dental hygiene students will have a separate award competition.
- Undergraduate students will present their poster on Judging Night, but a PowerPoint presentation is optional.
Each award winner, other than dental hygiene and undergraduate students, will also be required to give their oral PowerPoint presentation again on Research Day during the main program's announcement of poster awards and presentation by awardees.
Award competitors should follow the guidelines for oral presentations on this page for their oral PowerPoint presentation.
- You will have a maximum of five minutes to present your research, followed by 5–10 minutes of questions by the judges.
- Awardees will have a maximum of five minutes to present their research on Research Day and will use the same PowerPoint presentation as on Judging Night. However, there will be no questions from the audience.
- We recommend you use a minimum of four but no more than six PowerPoint slides.
- Bear in mind that the judges and the audience on Research Day may not be experts in your area of research.
- Describe the aim of your research and explain why it is important to answer your research question.
- Briefly describe the materials and methods you used to conduct your research.
- Allocate most of the presentation time to the results of your project. State the results simply and clearly so that significant facts can be readily identified.
- Conclude the presentation with a brief summary of the essential findings you believe were demonstrated by the experimental data and their clinical relevance.
- Acknowledge your co-authors, sponsors, and anyone who made significant contributions to your research.
- You are free to design your own poster from scratch, but be mindful of any size requirements set forth by your event organizers. If you plan on attending the International Association of Dental Research General Session and Exhibition, please make sure to use the appropriate template.
- To request a PowerPoint template, contact Keli Seering at email@example.com.
- If you have questions about the layout and printing of posters, please contact IU School of Dentistry Dental Illustrations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth A. Hughes Dental Hygiene Case Report Award
IN-AADR Undergraduate Student Award
Predoctoral dental students
- AADR Student Research Day Award
- American Dental Association/Dentsply International Student Clinician Award
- IN-AADR-sponsored ASDA IUSD Student Research Group Award
- Cyril S. Carr Research Scholarship
- King Saud University Travel Award for Excellence in Preventive Oral Health Care
Graduate dental students
- Delta Dental Award for Innovation in Oral Care Research
- King Saud University Travel Award for Best Clinical Case Report
- King Saud University Ph.D. Student Travel Award
- Maynard K. Hine Award for Excellence in Dental Research
INAADR Research Staff Award
- IU School of Dentistry Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching
- IU School of Dentistry Alumni Association Distinguished Faculty Award for Research
- King Saud University Distinguished Research Faculty Travel Award