Toothpaste Study accepting participants
November 13, 2020
Did you know that UT Health San Antonio’s School of Dentistry ranks #7 in the entire country for most National Institute’s of Health research dollars in 2019?
It is no wonder when seasoned researchers like Bennett Amaechi
, BDS, MSc, PhD, MFDSRCPS (Glasg), FADI, are leading the charge on clinical trials at UT Health San Antonio. Dr. Amaechi received his PhD in cariology, a field that trains dentists to conduct clinical trials. He is not only a dentist but trained to conduct clinical research to help prevent dental issues.
The School of Dentistry and Dr. Amaechi needs your help! Currently, Dr. Amaechi is recruiting for a study to test the efficacy of a new toothpaste. Compensation is available for your time.
Do you qualify for this study?
To qualify for this study, you must be 20-80 years old
. The study is 12 weeks long
, and you will be asked to test the efficacy of a new toothpaste
When considering joining a study, we recommend asking study teams the following questions:
What is the purpose of this study?
How long is the study?
What is already known about the treatment in the study?
Will I know if I am getting the treatment?
Will I be paid for my time?
Do I have to pay for any part of the study?
Will the results be given to me?
For more information, call or email study team member Veronica Evans: 210-909-6248; firstname.lastname@example.org
Research at UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry
UT Health San Antonio scientists collaborate with clinicians and research teams worldwide. We work across multiple medical and dental disciplines to find new treatments. Our research advances the knowledge of oral health, biomaterials, cancer, pain and more.
Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research, (2019). Data query 'Ranking Table Schools of Dentistry'
compiled by Robert Roskoski.