Established more than 20 years ago, the André Schroeder Research Prize is an annual award presented by the ITI in honor of the late Professor André Schroeder (1918-2004), the founding ITI President, who pioneered implant dentistry and whose lifework contributed significantly to modern dentistry.
The André Schroeder Research Prize is today one of the most highly sought-after awards in implant dentistry. It is awarded to independent researchers for the advancement of dental research. The aim is to promote new scientific findings in implant dentistry, oral tissue regeneration and related fields.
The ITI awards two André Schroeder Research prizes annually for original research in the fields of implant dentistry and oral tissue regeneration:
The André Schroeder Prize for Preclinical Research
The André Schroeder Prize for Clinical Research
Each winner will receive CHF 10,000 and an engraved gold medallion.
Applications are now open for 2017 and will be accepted until September 15, 2016. To apply download the André Schroeder Research Prize Application Form including the terms and conditions for participation. Please note that only original research papers will be considered.
The completed application form and additional documents as outlined in the application form must be saved as PDF files and emailed to ITI Headquarters to email@example.com. Applications submitted by conventional mail will not be accepted.
The André Schroeder Research Prizes are adjudicated by the ITI Research Committee, which is made up of international specialists in implant dentistry and related fields.
The 2017 André Schroeder Research Prizes will be presented at the ITI World Symposium 2017 in Basel, which will take place from May 4 to 6, 2017.
Further information can be obtained from ITI Headquarters:
André Schroeder Research Prize - Previous Winners
Guy Huynh-Ba (Clinical Research)
Esthetic, clinical and patient-centered outcomes of immediately placed implants (Type 1) and early placed implants (Type 2): preliminary 3-month results of an ongoing randomized controlled clinical trial.
Richard J. Miron (Preclinical Research)
Bone apposition to a titanium-zirconium alloy implant surface
The effect of experimental diabetes on guided bone regeneration
Effects of surface hydrophilicity and microtopography on early stages of soft and hard tissue integration on nonsubmerged titanium implants. An immunohistochemical study in dogs
Fabrication of poly (ethylene glycol) hydrogel micropatterns with osteoconductive growth factors and evaluation of effects on bone cell activity and function
Analogue-of-bone of nano-hydroxyapatite/collagen as a coating for titanium implants - Preparation, characterization and cell adhesion
Crestal bone changes around titanium implants. Part 1. A prospective radiographic evaluation of nonsubmerged impants in humans up to 3 years
BMP-2 liberated from biomimetic implant coatings induces and sustains intramembranous bone growth in an ectopic rat model
Does excessive occlusal load affect osseointegration? An experimental study in the dog
Re-osseointegration after treatment of peri-implantitis at different implant surfaces. An experimental study in the dog
Klinische Bewährung transgingivaler enossaler Implantate in verschiedenen Indiktationsgebieten - Ergebnisse einer prospektiven Studie über 8 Jahre
Clinical-mechanical investigations of prosthesis load transfer to implant and bone
Crestal bone changes around titanium implants. A radiographic evaluation of unloaded nonsubmerged and submerged implants in the canine mandible
Biologic width around titanium Implants. A histometric analysis of the implantogingival junction around unloaded and loaded nonsubmerged implants in the canine mandible
Osseointegration of titanium implants in bone regenerated in membrane-protected defects
The new restorative concept of the ITI Dental Implant System
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