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The Clinical Fellowship Award is designed to enhance clinical training by providing support for successful applicants to participate in or attend events that have a clear educational benefit, with explicitly stated educational outcomes. With a maximum award of up to £4,000, the 2022 prize has been awarded to:
- Dr Hong Jin Tan
The BSP Research Grant is designed to support postgraduate research development and training with a value up to £5,000. The primary purpose is to enable the successful applicants to undertake research projects with a clear application in periodontology. The 2022 prize has been awarded to:
- Dr Joshua Jackson
The Frank Ashley Undergraduate Prize is designed to encourage dental and hygiene therapy undergraduates at UK Dental Schools to undertake a project that has a clear educational benefit in periodontology. The 2022 prize of £500 has been awarded to:
- Kate McNelly
The Sir Wilfred Fish Research Prize, instituted in 1970, is awarded annually by the British Society of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, with the object of encouraging researchers in the early stages of their career. The Prize takes the form of a cash award of £1,000.
The 2022 judges have shortlisted the applications to the following four entries:
- Alice Duke - "A case study exploring the experiences of dental clinicians implementing the Healthy Gums Do Matter care pathway within a secondary care unit in Western Scotland"
- Crystal Marrunganti - "Lifestyle behaviours predict the outcomes of non-surgical periodontal therapy. A pre-post quasi-experimental study"
- Vitor Neves - "Glucose metabolism modulation in periodontal disease prevention as a form of preventive medicine"
- Victoria Sampson - "Can Guided Biofilm Therapy alter the oral microbiome in a short and long term basis?"
The entrants will be given the opportunity to present their research at the BSP Conference in Luton 13-15 October 2022. The Judges choose a winner after hearing their presentations.
The BSP is delighted to announce that the winner of The Sir Wilfred Fish Research Prize 2022 is Vitor Neves.
The Systematic Review Prize, instituted in 2018, is awarded annually by the British Society of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, with the object of encouraging researchers in the early stages of their career. The Prize takes the form of a cash award of £1000.
This year we have received the following four entries:
- Guiseppe Mainas - "Could calorie intake restriction affect periodontal disease? A systematic review"
- Faisal Faihan Alotaibi - "Effectiveness of Various Techniques Used in The Management of Vertical Alveolar Ridge Defects; A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis"
- Varkha Rattu - "Prevalence of stable and successfully treated periodontitis subjects and incidence of subsequent tooth loss within supportive periodontal care: A systematic review and meta-analyses"
- Rijula Karanjkar - "Effect of tobacco and nicotine in causing staining of dental hard tissues and dental materials: A systematic review"
The Systematic Review Prize entries will be judged at the BSP Conference in Luton 13-15 October 2022.
The BSP is delighted to announce that the winner of The Systematic Review Prize 2022 is Varkha Rattu.
The BSP hold an annual poster prize competition with two categories: Research and Clinical Case Report.
The Prizes each take the form of a cash award of £500.
The poster must demonstrate either:
- Original scientific research which has an application to periodontology. A systematic review cannot be submitted; or
- Details of a clinical case which may have multi-disciplinary content but with the main theme being the periodontal management.
Work must be unpublished (with the exception of Conference abstracts).
The Poster Prize entries will be judged at the BSP Conference in Luton 13-15 October 2022.
This year we had two entries for this category:
- James Scott - "Were are machine learning and artificial intelligence being used in periodontology today? A scoping review"
- Annabel Simpson - "Mechanical Plaque Removal Increases Health Associated Nitrate Reducing Bacteria - An Opportunity for Nitrate as a Targeted Prebiotic"
The judges are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2022 Research Poster prize is Annabel Simpson.
Clinical Case Report Poster
This year we had four entrants for this category:
- Zainab Haji - "Management of implant displaced in maxillary sinus"
- Chaitanya Joshi - "Allograft from extracted human teeth: a way to reuse biomedical waste?"
- Pasquale Santamaria - "Impact of furcation involvement and related risk factors on tooth loss: a 5 year prospective cohort study"
- Fatma Al Maskari - "Gingival veneers - the alternative approach to root coverage"
We also had an entry from Joshua Jackson - "Exploring the view of patients with periodontitis and peri-implantitis regarding generic measure of oral health related quality of life (OHRQoL)". (Showcase only).
The judges are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2022 Clinical Case Report Poster prize is Chaitanya Joshi.