ADHA Recognizes Dental Hygiene Student Research

Posted on June 23, 2017

Jacksonville, Fla., June 22, 2017 – At its Annual Conference June 14-19, the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) recognized undergraduate dental hygiene students for standout research in their field of study.  Students from dental hygiene education programs all over the U.S. presented their work at Jacksonville’s Prime Osborn Convention Center.

ADHA’s undergraduate research awards program is sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline. Winners receive a cash prize, a matching monetary grant for their school and a crystal award to inspire their peers. Students may compete in two categories: Table Clinic/Informative Poster, or Undergraduate Research Poster.

Student award winners are:

1st Place - Tang Blanton and Jose Mendez - West LA College

2nd Place - - Jacelyn Youngerman and Arissa Morgan - Cerritos College

3rd Place - Angela Hankins and Jodi Nestle - Valencia College

Honorable Mention - Amber Noble, Lauren Limberopoulos, Erika Davidiuk - Hillsborough Community College

Research Poster winners are:

1st Place - Monica Rodarte, Nicole Wong, Christian Cruz and Marc Tenchavez - West Coast University  

2nd Place - Natalie Wright, Joy Ence, Christine Childs and Brittney Tomlinson - Weber State University 

3rd Place - Sarah Charland, Alyson Fryz, Sara Trombly, Heather VanOast, - Detroit Mercy Dental

Honorable Mention - Sabrina LeBon, Samantha Bryant, Emily Cheatwood, Savanna Giannotti - University of Maryland School of Dentistry

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