IADR Unilever Social Entrepreneur Approach to Change Oral Health Behavior Research Award

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Unilever.

This award is no longer available. 

The purpose of the IADR Unilever SEA Change Research Award was to stimulate scientific research in social entrepreneur approaches to affect real behavioral change at the individual or community level that improve oral health, with a particular emphasis on interventions targeted to disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. One IADR Unilever SEA Change Research Award was granted up to $75,000 each year.                                   

2015 Recipient

Haiping Tan

The University of Adelaide, Australia

2014 Recipient

Finbarr Allen

University College Cork, Ireland