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Get ready for PerioDash 2022!

Are you ready to PerioDash? We hope so! PerioDash is the AAP Foundation's 5K run/walk to support periodontal education, research, and excellence. Participate on your schedule, when it's convenient for you, by yourself or with a team. Your $35 registration fee includes a t-shirt and medal! Register here.

This year's event will take place October 1 - 15, whenever works for you within that window. 

Not a runner? You can always donate to support your specialty and your favorite team! The school team and practice team that raises the most for the AAP Foundation this year will receive a special prize!

New this year:

  • Select "Traditional Registration" for a registration that includes a t-shirt and medal, or choose a registration option without a shirt, a medal, or both.
  • Want to buy some PerioDash swag? This year you can add water bottles or cooling towels to your purchase!
  • Upgrade your PerioDash shirt to a moisture wicking version for an extra $10.
  • Just want to donate? Use the registration form for that, too. You can even direct your donation to a specific team's fundraising total by entering a team name under "additional information."

Register ASAP to ensure your shirts reach you in time for your PerioDash!

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Happy Dashing!

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Congratulations to Fatemeh “Flora” Momen-Heravi, DDS, PhD, (2017 Educator Scholar, 2018 Dr. D. Walter Cohen Teaching Award Recipient) assistant professor of dental medicine at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, who was named the 2020 recipient of the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) Anne D. Haffajee Fellowship. The award provides early-career women researchers in the field of oral biology with financial support for training and research activities that will advance their academic careers. Read more here.