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To advance research and increase knowledge for the improvement of oral health worldwide. Through the Divisions and Sections, establish and support programs to promote oral health research and IADR activities. Regions with less developed research programs will be identified for specific support.
The IADR is organized into five Regions for purposes of more effective and efficient delivery of IADR Member Services. Divisions are formed when a nation, or group of geographically related nations, with 50 or more members is approved by Council. Sections can be formed with 10 or more members.
What is IADR? Why join IADR? How much are IADR dues? How do I join the IADR? When is the next IADR General Session & Exhibition? What is the JDR? How do I subscribe to the print JDR? How do I publish in the JDR? What is JDR Clinical & Translational Research and how can I subscribe? How do I publish in JDR Clinical & Translational Research? Can I get a reprint of an article/abstract that was published in one of the publications? How do I advertise with IADR? Where can I find information on available awards and fellowships? How do I wire transfer money to IADR? Is the IADR exempt from sales tax? What is the Federal ID number for the IADR? Should I mail my payment to the IADR Global Headquarters? What is IADR's refund policy? How can I get my member ID number? I’ve forgotten my password. What should I do? How can I change my password? How can I change my User Name? What is IADR? The International Association for Dental Research (IADR), headquartered in Alexandria, Va., is a non-profit organization with nearly 11,000 members worldwide.
The American Association for Dental Research (AADR) is actively involved in national legislative affairs and advocacy. AADR collaborates with numerous medical organizations to advocate for sustainable and adequate investments in biomedical research broadly, as well as focuses specifically on the need for increased commitment to dental research within various federal agencies. The AADR Government Affairs Committee works with the Director of Government Affairs to set an annual federal agenda and coordinate the advocacy activities of the organization.
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