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Lectures, keynoters, symposia highlight International Dental Research meeting

Following is a summary of the key lectures (plenary sessions), symposia, and workshops that will anchor the 84th General Session of the International Association for Dental Research, convening June 28 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCC). All presentations will be in the BCC.

Plenary Sessions (Distinguished Lecture Series)

"Adventures with Killers", Peter Doherty (Nobel Laureate) (University of Melbourne, Australia), Thursday, June 29, 8:00 am, Plaza Ballroom (Plaza Level) [NB: This is the W.J. Gies Distinguished Speaker Lecture.]
"Tissue Engineering and Anti-aging Therapy", Minoru Ueda (Nagoya University, Japan), Friday, June 30, 8:00 am, Plaza Ballroom (Plaza Level). Supported by Quintessence Publishing.

Keynote Speakers

Wednesday, June 28

"Microbial Pathogenesis of Periodontal Disease: Expect the Unexpected", Mike Curtis (Barts & the London SMD, UK), 2:00 pm, Room M2

Thursday, June 29

"Practice-based Research A New Model for Obtaining Clinical Evidence?", Thomas Hilton (Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, USA), 9:00 am, Ballroom Concourse
"Salivary-conditioning Films: Where It All Starts", Mira Edgerton (SUNY, Buffalo, NY, USA), 9:00 am, Room P5

Friday, June 30

"Sedation in Dental Practice", Mikiko Yamashiro (Nippon Dental University, Tokyo, Japan), 1:30 pm, Room P3
"Developing New Chemistries for Polymeric Dental Materials", Jeffrey Stansbury (University of Colorado, Aurora, USA), 1:30 pm, Plaza Terrace
"Distance Learning in Dentistry: Past, Present, and Future Challenges", Kenneth Eaton (Eastman Dental Institute, Kent, UK), 1:30 pm, Room P5
"The Impact of Oral Health on Nutrition-related Quality of Life in the Elderly", Paula Moynihan (University of Newcastle, UK), 1:30 pm, Ballroom Concourse

Saturday, July 1

"Why We Are Able to Walk and Chew
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Contact: Linda Hemphill
lhemphill@iadr.org
International & American Association for Dental Research
16-Jun-2006


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