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IADR New Orleans, 2024: Hands on workshop “The Leverage of New Generations of Oral Health Birth Cohort Studies Researchers”


  • To present the experience of well-established OHBCS from middle and high-income countries
  • Identify ways to overcome methodological aspects, barriers of instruments and funds challenges faced by well-established and new OHBCS
  • To define critical actions to be taken to leverage new and well-established OHBCS
Learning Objectives:

  • To define the best strategies for retaining OHBCS participants facing current world realities
  • To pinpoint challenges in collecting data on dietary practices and identify the advantages and disadvantages of different instruments
  • To identify application strategies for large global financing common to all cohorts, multicentric studies

Session Organisers & Hosts:

Marco Aurelio de Anselmo Peres – Chair (National Dental Research Institute Singapore and Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore, Singapore)

Karen Glazer de Anselmo Peres – Organizer (National Dental Research Institute Singapore and Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore)


Jonathan M Broadbent (University of Otago, New Zealand)

Ximena Concha Melgar (Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru)

Michaela Goodwin (The University of Manchester, UK)

Carlos Alberto Feldens (Universidade Luterana do Brasil, Canoas, Brazil)

Supported by: The Borrow Foundation