Become a CED-IADR member now and enjoy the membership benefits of Europe's premier organisation representing oral health research.
CED-IADR offers a unique set of opportunities to dental researchers who become members:
- Platform to present your own research in an oral or poster presentation format
- Networking with your peers
- Compete in the CED-IADR junior & senior Robert Frank awards
- Compete in the CED-IADR Visiting Scholar Grants to conduct research abroad in an European research centre of excellence
- Yearly Congress Travel Awards
- Compete in the IADR Unilever Hatton Divisional Award, thus being invited at the IADR-at-large meeting
- Free access to JDR (Journal of Dental Research)
- Online publication of abstracts
- New 'Clinical case report' posters for clinicians
- Low congress registration fee for students & reduced congress registration fee for members
- State-of-the-art symposia on diverse subjects related to oral health
- Free CED-IADR Summer School (1 week)
The Continental European Division (CED) is a branch of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR).The following countries fall within the CED-IADR area: Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Georgie, Hungary, Italy, Yugoslavia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, FYRO Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine.
CED-IADR has the advantage of being a geographically central area, thus allowing its members to benefit from the following:
- research contacts nearby
- less travelling
- improved cooperation across country borders
- efficient interaction with colleagues due to a limited size of the annual congress, awards and stipends limited to CED-IADR members, similar or equal sources for funding).
CED-IADR is a founding member of the Pan European Region of the IADR (PER-IADR), which was formed to facilitate the organisation of larger European congresses on a biennial basis.