The 72nd AAOMR Annual Session
We’re going virtual! New dates! December 13-15, 2021
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The deadline for the scientific awards was June 4, 2021. For information about these awards, please click here.
We have extended the deadline for Abstracts. Deadline is now October 22, 2021. For information on submitting Abstracts, please click here.
For information on educational content, click here. The meeting starts early Monday morning and ends at the end of day Wednesday.
|Registration Type||On or before November 12||On or after November 13|
|AAOMR Member Residents/Students||$299.00||$399.00|
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- Advanced Imaging in the Maxillofacial Region: Emerging CT and MR Applications and Machine Learning Approach – Dr. Osamu Sakai
- Curious Cases – Pathologic Insight in Diagnostic Imagine – Dr. KC Chan
- Gibbs Lecture: Those Mysterious X-ray Precepts – Dr. Roberto Molteni
- Surveying the Landscape of OMF Radiology’s Future: The Role of Artificial Intelligence – Dr. Don Tyndall
- ANSI/ADA Standard 1094 Quality Assurance for Digital Intraoral Radiographic Systems – Dr. Peter Mah
- History of Radiology as a Specialty – Is Our Past Our Future? – Dr. Mansur Ahmad
- Quantitative Analysis of Dental Caries Using Optical Coherence Tomography – Dr. Mina Mahdian
- Oral Presentations
- H. Cline Fixott Presentation: A Dean’s Perspective on the Future of OMFR – Leadership, Innovation and Collaboration – Dr. Carole Anne Murdoch-Kinch
- Airway Induced Craniofacial Growth – Dr. Goli Parsi
- Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology – Who We Are and What We Should Know – Dr. Trishul Allareddy, Dr. Angela Broome, Dr. Aditya Tadinada, and Dr. Sanjay Mallya
- Scientific Posters
- Case Presentations by Residents
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The American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology designates this activity for 19.5 continuing education credits.
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As required by the Continuing Education Recognition Program of the American Dental Association and in accordance with the American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology policy, every effort has been made to encourage speakers to disclose any commercial relationships or personal benefit, which may be associated with their presentations. This disclosure in no way implies that the information presented is biased or of lesser quality. Attendees of this meeting should be aware of these factors in interpreting the program contents and evaluating recommendations. Moreover, views of speakers do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology.