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2019 Winter Courses

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Selected Topics in Contemporary Orthodontic Research

  • Fri, Jun 14, 2019 | 8:30 AM - Fri, Jun 14, 2019 | 3:30 PM
  • Address: 622 Third Avenue, 9th floor, New York, NY, United States
  • Phone: 212-573-8500

New York Hospital Orthodontic Programs (NYHOP) 

Friday, June 14, 2019
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
CE hours: 5
tuition: $99 for NYCDS members; $125 for all other dentists

Post-doctoral orthodontic education is where a great deal of today’s orthodontic research is birthed. Residents in every program in North America are required by CODA to conduct an independent research project, and many of these projects are eventually reported in the current literature. The NYHOP Research Symposium provides a forum for all of the graduating residents in Hospital based orthodontic residency programs in New York City to present exemplars of contemporary research.

In the past, these projects have run the gamut from basic science research to diagnostics, clinical efficacy, practice management, sociological epidemiology, and a host of other topics.  Often, these projects are then reformatted and presented in our peer reviewed journals.  When that happens, they become part of the data base comprising the best evidence on the topic in question.

Graduating Residents and Fellows from the following institutions will participate in this year’s research symposium: NYU Langone Hospital, Maimonides Medical Center, Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, St. Barnabas Hospital, and Jacobi Medical Center.  Each doctor will present a 10-15 minute synopsis of their research followed by a Q & A session from the audience.

Moderator: Laurance Jerrold, DDS, JD, ABO
Dr. Jerrold is the Chair and Orthodontic Residency Program Director at NYU Langone Hospital, Brooklyn. His background includes 25 years in the private practice of both orthodontics and law, and over 15 years in full time academia.

2019 Winter Courses