Council on Scientific Affairs Announces Annual Session Programs
The AAO Council on Scientific Affairs (COSA) has announced that its 2014 Annual Session programs will be scheduled as listed below. The Annual Session will be April 25-29 in New Orleans. COSA programs include the following.
Hellman, Sicher, Graber Award Winner Lectures
The winners of the Milo Hellman Research Award, the Harry Sicher Research Award and the Thomas M. Graber Awards of Special Merit will give their lectures on Monday, April 28 in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 353, from 2:15pm-4:00pm. These lectures focus on research done by recent orthodontic graduates. Continuing education credit is available for these lectures.
Learn More about the Award Winners
Oral Research Lectures
The Oral Research lectures will be Sunday, April 27 in the Morial Convention Center, Rooms 231-232, with 25 lectures to be given throughout the day. These lectures are 10 minutes long with five minutes for questions from the audience. The lectures focus on recent research done in the orthodontic specialty.
View the Schedule of 2014 Oral Research Lectures
Table Clinic Program
The Table Clinic program will be Sunday, April 27 in the Morial Convention Center, Rooms 356-357, from 9:30am-11:30am. Clinicians will be at their tables during this time to answer questions about their research.
View a List of the 2014 Table Clinics
Electronic Posters (E-Posters) will be available for viewing throughout the Annual Session at the E-Poster kiosk in the Morial Convention Center Lobby D. More than 300 E-Poster titles will be online. The online format takes the place of the Posterboard display.
View a List of the 2014 E-Posters
Charley Schultz Resident Scholar Award Program
Residents who applied for the Charley Schultz Resident Scholar Award program will present their research on Saturday, April 26 in the Morial Convention Center, Rooms 356-357, from 1:00pm-2:00pm. The residents will be available to answer questions about their research during this time.
View the 2014 Charley Schultz Resident Scholar Award Participants
and Their Research Titles