Clinical periodontology research grant up for grabs
The Alpha Omega Charitable Trust has created a memorial prize in honour of the late Dr John Zamet, the founding chairman of its London Chapter.
Dr Zamet was an honorary consultant and senior research fellow at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute and a past president and honorary member of the British Society of Periodontology and his considerable contributions to clinical periodontology have significantly advanced the field.
The annual grant of £1,000 will be granted to students who are:
• UK based
• Studying a Masters degree or PhD
• Researching clinical periodontology
Applicants must submit a covering letter, a letter of support from their supervisor and an abstract not exceeding 1,000 words (including background to project, aims, methods, relevance to clinical periodontology and Start and completion dates).
The successful applicant will also be invited to present their research to the Alpha Omega London Chapter.
Applications should be submitted as hard copy in triplicate, by 31 December 2011 to Professor Andrew Eder, chairman, The Alpha Omega London Charitable Trust, 2nd floor, 57a Wimpole Street, London W1G 8YP or via email to [email protected]