The “André Schroeder Research Prize for Preclinical Research” and the “André Schroeder Research Prize for Clinical Research” represent today two of the most prestigious annual awards in the field of implant dentistry. They are awarded to independent researchers for advancing dental research. The aim is to promote new scientific findings in implant dentistry and related fields.

If you have demonstrated new findings in the above fields, the ITI cordially invites you to apply for the 2018 ANDRÉ SCHROEDER PRIZE FOR PRECLINICAL RESEARCH or the 2018 ANDRÉ SCHROEDER PRIZE FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH, each with an accompanying CHF 10,000 cash award. Applications are being accepted until September 15, 2017. Go to for further information.

Previous winners of the André Schroeder Research Prize 

2016 Guy Huynh-Ba (Clinical Research) and Richard J. Miron (Preclinical Research) 2015 Wah Ching Tan, Singapore 2014 Jia-Hui Fu, Singapore 2013 Jung-Chul Park, Republic of Korea 2012 Cornelius von Wilmowksy, Germany 2011 Nikola Saulacic, Switzerland 2010 Maria Retzepi, United Kingdom 2007 Frank Schwarz, Germany 2006 Karthikeyan Subramani, United Kingdom 2005 Xiaolong Zhu, Germany 2004 Michael Hänggi, Switzerland 2003 Yuelian Liu, Switzerland 2002 Lisa Mayfield, Switzerland 2001 Leif Persson, Sweden 2000 Alexandra Behneke, Germany 1998 Siegfried Heckmann, Germany 1997 Joachim Hermann, USA 1996 David Cochran, USA 1995 Daniel Buser, Switzerland 1993 Franz Sutter, Switzerland 1992 Dieter Weingart, Germany

The André Schroeder Research Prize

Established more than 20 years ago, the André Schroeder Research Prize is an annual award presented by the ITI in honor of the late Professor André Schroeder (1918 – 2004), the founding ITI President, who pioneered implant dentistry and whose lifework contributed significantly to modern dentistry. Worth 20’000 Swiss Francs in cash, the André Schroeder Research Prize is today one of the most highly sought-after awards in implant dentistry. It is awarded to independent researchers for the advancement of dental research and development. The aim is to promote new scientific findings in implant dentistry, oral tissue regeneration and related fields. The André Schroeder Research Prize is adjudicated by the ITI Research Committee which is made up of international specialists in implant dentistry and related fields.