International Association for Dental Research (IADR)
Association internationale de recherches dentaires
1920-12-10 New York NY USA
Founded 10 Dec 1920, New York NY (USA), by William J Gies. Incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia (USA). Constitution and Bylaws adopted 14 Mar 1957; most recent revision: Mar 1999.
Advance research and increase knowledge for improvement of oral health worldwide; support and represent the oral health research community; facilitate communication and application of research findings.
Events2025-06-25 | Barcelona, Spain – General Session
2024-03-13 | New Orleans, LA USA – General Session
2023-06-21 | Bogota, Colombia – General Session
2022-09-15 | Marseille, France – Pan European Regional Congress
2022-06-22 | Chengdu, China – General Session
2021-07-21 | Boston, MA USA – General Session
2021-06-21 | Chengdu, China – Asia Pacific Region Meeting
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