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20th EPSOS Meeting

The European Postgraduate Student Orthodontic Society would be delighted to welcome you to the 20th Annual EPSOS Conference in Athens on Sunday 9 June 2024.

Registration is open

 You can register for this event during the main congress registration process.

If you have already registered and wish to attend this meeting please contact EOScongress@tfilodestar.com

Please note this is a postgraduate-only event.

The European Postgraduate Student Orthodontic Society would be delighted to welcome you to the 20th Annual EPSOS Conference in Athens on Sunday 9 June 2024.

EPSOS is the largest postgraduate orthodontic society. We aim to create a unique space to allow postgraduates a space to connect, learn and thrive as the next leaders of our profession.

This year the theme is ‘Hypodontia’. We will hear about the evidence-base, discuss the decisions to open or close spaces and consider smile aesthetics.

As usual, we have two fantastic teaching sessions that will be delivered by Dr. Spyridon Papageorgiou and Dr. Georgios Kanavakis.

As always, there will also be an opportunity for postgraduate students to present their original research, treated clinical cases and clinical pearls, with prizes being awarded for those selected to present.

Elections for the succeeding committee (Vice-President, Technology Officer and Secretary) will also be held during the meeting.

The congress will finish with the EPSOS social, offering further networking opportunities at a local venue in the city.

CLINICAL CASES AND CLINICAL PEARL SUBMISSIONS

The deadline for submissions is 30 April 2024, 23:59 Central European Time (CET).

Cases and pearls should be submitted to epsosmail@googlemail.com in PowerPoint format.

Regulations and guidelines for clinical cases
Regulations and guidelines for clinical pearls

 

RESEARCH ABSTRACTS FOR ATHANASIOS E. ATHANASIOU POSTGRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD

We are accepting abstracts featuring original, unpublished research, on a topic of orthodontic interest, conducted by a current postgraduate student as part of their orthodontic speciality training program.

The award winner will be required to present the research during the EPSOS annual event.

The award winner will also receive a cash prize of €500, a plaque from the Greek Orthodontic Society (GOS) and an invitation to attend the GOS Annual Congress to present the research project.

Regulations for research abstract submissions
Submission portal

MOSCHOS A. PAPADOPOULOUS MASTER THESIS AWARD

In collaboration with the Orthodontic Society of Northern Greece, we are accepting abstracts featuring defended master’s thesis conducted by a current or a former postgraduate student as part of their orthodontic speciality training program.

The award winner will present their thesis during the 20th Annual event on Sunday June 9th.

The award winner will receive a cash prize of €500 euros.

Regulations for research abstract submissions

APPLICATIONS FOR COMMITTEE ROLES

If you would like to be considered for one of our committee roles, please send a CV and motivation letter to epsosmail@googlemail.com.

You will be required to deliver a 3-minute pitch in Athens.

Elections will be carried out at the event and results announced in the afternoon.

If you have any further queries in the meantime, please contact epsosmail@googlemail.com