Event Date: April 17, 2024

The DCG Office of Research presents the Southeastern Regional Dental Research Symposium, formerly known as Research and Table Clinic Day (RTCD).

Supported in part by a National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research U01 grant and in conjunction with the Georgia Section of the American Association for Dental, Oral, and Craniofacial Research (GA-AADOCR), to promote scientific research and innovative clinical care with a focus on current practices and projects being conducted at the Dental College of Georgia.

The creation of the Southeastern Regional Dental Research Symposium positions the DCG as the epicenter of collaborative dental research and innovation. This event will serve to expand the impact of the DCG at a local, regional, and global level. Participants in this event will be recruited from the DCG and other dental institutions in the Southeastern US region.

DCG Students, Residents, Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Fellows, Faculty, Pre-doctoral Dental and Dental Hygiene students are welcome to participate.

Poster Presentation and Competition

    Find instructions, due dates, templates and more to participating in the 2024 SRDRS poster presentations and competition. 


    Annual Pashley Lecture

      Speakers selected to provide this annual one hour lecture embody the spirit of scholarship, mentorship, and collegiality that Dr. Pashley embodied so well throughout his tenure at the Dental College of Georgia. 


      SRDRS Event Day

      • April 17, 2024
      • J. Harold Harrison Education Commons

      Participants will describe their scientific research, innovative clinical care, and analysis of evidence-based knowledge through poster presentation and discussion.


      Distinguished Lecture (CE)

      • Coming soon...

      Take part in our Distinguished Lecture Series on evidence-based clinical treatment.  

      Let's make something great together


      See Past Research Submissions

      Explore research abstracts, posters and video summaries from the past.