International Society of Cranio-Facial Biology (ISCFB)
1961-04-16 Denver CO USA
16 Apr 1961, Denver CO (USA). Ceased to exist, 1969, when became Craniofacial Biology Group of the International Association for Dental Research -- Groupe de biologie cranio-faciale, Association internationale de recherches dentaires, within B-XB1188 - International Association for Dental Research (IADR).
Advance the study and knowledge of the craniofacial complex; provide a forum for craniofacial biologists; encourage the interests of clinicians by facilitating the presentation, discussion and publication of relevant papers.
Annual meeting elects Executive Committee of 12. Programme Committee.
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