University Partnerships 2017-11-01T14:45:17+00:00

University Partnerships

Long-Standing Collaborations

University Partnerships

Long-Standing Collaborations

University Partnerships

Long-Standing Collaborations

For years, we’ve been collaborating with prestigious universities recognized as leaders in their own research domain across the world. Our close relationships with the academic community resulted in over 30 collaborations with joint activities including research projects whether on the characterization of our biomaterial or pain management product or to generate new pre-clinical and clinical data. These long-standing collaborations with universities are a vital part of Septodont’s commitment to leverage university research capabilities to address industry needs.

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IADR Prizes

IADR LogoWe dedicate a significant part of our resources to transforming ideas into registered products for the benefit of both practitioners and their patients. Thus Septodont is proud to support 2 IADR awards dedicated to young investigators in the Dental Anesthesiology Research Group on one hand and in Pulp Biology & Regeneration Group on the other hand. These prizes reward each year the best anesthesiology-related and Pulp Regeneration-related researches led by promising students up to pre-doctoral level. As a result, each winner receives a certificate of recognition and a monetary award of $1,000.

IADR DAR – Septodont Young Investigator Prize for Innovation

This award aims at recognizing the best contributions in dental anesthesia research. In 2017, this award was given to Dr Rieko Onishi from the Okayama University, Japan, for her work on: “The effect of Continuous Peripheral Nerve Block on Neuropathic pain”.

Past Recipients

  • 2017: Rieko Ohnishi, Okayama University, Japan
  • 2016: Raj James, Saveetha University, India
  • 2015: Eri Tanaka, Ohv University, Fukushima, Japan
  • 2013: Yoshihisa Watanabe, Okayama University, Japan
  • 2012: Maria Rachel Monteiro, Piracicaba Dental School – FOP/Unicamp, Brazil
  • 2011: Adriana FVR Queiroz, Faculdade de Odontologia Sao Leopoldo Mandic, Campinas, Brazil

IADR Pulp Biology & Regeneration Group:
Septodont Young Investigator Prize for Innovation

As strongly dedicated in the field of Pulp Biology Research, Septodont is also proud to support the IADR Pulp Biology & Regeneration Group Young Investigator Prize for Innovation. The last winner of this award is Dr Shungo Komichi, from the Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry for his work on “Identification and functional analyses of bioactive molecules derived from degraded dentin matrix”.

Next awards will be presented during the next annual business meeting of the DAR Group and the PBRG group during the General Session in London on March 2018. For further information concerning this award, how to apply for it, or any other questions, please visit the IADR website.

For years, we’ve been collaborating with prestigious universities recognized as leaders in their own research domain across the world. Our close relationships with the academic community resulted in over 30 collaborations with joint activities including research projects whether on the characterization of our biomaterial or pain management product or to generate new pre-clinical and clinical data. These long-standing collaborations with universities are a vital part of Septodont’s commitment to leverage university research capabilities to address industry needs.

University Logos

IADR Logo

IADR Prizes

We dedicate a significant part of our resources to transforming ideas into registered products for the benefit of both practitioners and their patients. Thus Septodont is proud to support 2 IADR awards dedicated to young investigators in the Dental Anesthesiology Research Group on one hand and in Pulp Biology & Regeneration Group on the other hand. These prizes reward each year the best anesthesiology-related and Pulp Regeneration-related researches led by promising students up to pre-doctoral level. As a result, each winner receives a certificate of recognition and a monetary award of $1,000.

IADR DAR – Septodont Young Investigator Prize for Innovation

This award aims at recognizing the best contributions in dental anesthesia research. In 2017, this award was given to Dr Rieko Onishi from the Okayama University, Japan, for her work on: “The effect of Continuous Peripheral Nerve Block on Neuropathic pain”.

Past Recipients

  • 2017: Rieko Ohnishi, Okayama University, Japan
  • 2016: Raj James, Saveetha University, India
  • 2015: Eri Tanaka, Ohv University, Fukushima, Japan
  • 2013: Yoshihisa Watanabe, Okayama University, Japan
  • 2012: Maria Rachel Monteiro, Piracicaba Dental School – FOP/Unicamp, Brazil
  • 2011: Adriana FVR Queiroz, Faculdade de Odontologia Sao Leopoldo Mandic, Campinas, Brazil
IADR Pulp Biology & Regeneration Group:
Septodont Young Investigator Prize for Innovation

As strongly dedicated in the field of Pulp Biology Research, Septodont is also proud to support the IADR Pulp Biology & Regeneration Group Young Investigator Prize for Innovation. The last winner of this award is Dr Shungo Komichi, from the Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry for his work on “Identification and functional analyses of bioactive molecules derived from degraded dentin matrix”.

Next awards will be presented during the next annual business meeting of the DAR Group and the PBRG group during the General Session in London on March 2018. For further information concerning this award, how to apply for it, or any other questions, please visit the IADR website.

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