Deadline extended to Dec 9 for EFP Clinical Research Prize in Periodontology
The deadline has been extended to December 9 at 24:00 GMT for your submissions for the prestige prize in periodontology research - the EFP Clinical Research Prize in Periodontology.
The EFP Clinical Research Prize in Periodontology, formerly known as the Jaccard prize, was instituted in 1995 by the EFP with the aim of promoting periodontology research across Europe. It carries a cash prize of 10,000 CHF.
The prize is open to all candidates who are members of an EFP-federated national periodontal society and who have neither published their work nor presented it in a previous meeting.
Candidates' manuscripts should be prepared according to the Author Guidelines of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology (JCP) and sent to the chairman of the EuroPerio8 Organising Committee, Francis Hughes. A panel of five judges will short-list the three best publications and these will be published in the JCP. Successful researchers will be invited to attend EuroPerio8 with accomodation, travel expenses and registration fees paid by the EFP.
Every researcher will present their work in a 20-minute oral presentation within EuroPerio8, followed by a 10-minute discussion. The winner will be awarded on the merits of the submitted manuscript as well as their oral presentation and discussion and in line with these evaluation criteria.