How to become a member:

Anyone wanting to join CADR must be processed through the IADR main office. You can join by using the online electronic form or by faxing in the PDF form (updated every year). Upon receipt and processing of your application, the IADR will send you an ID card, receipt and welcome package. Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing and delivery.

To become a member, please visit the IADR membership page.

Individual Membership

Any individual, without any considerations of color, caste, race, religion, age, gender, national or ethnic origin, or disability, and who is interested in oral and craniofacial health research, shall be eligible for membership in CADR/ACRD. Please read the Benefits of Membership information found on the IADR website.

Institutional Membership

Any educational institution, research institution or center, government agency, or industry engaged in oral and craniofacial health related research shall be eligible for membership, subject to the eligibility requirements and approval of the CADR/ACRD. The representatives of Institutional Members must be members of the CARD/ACRD.

Membership Categories

(A) INDIVIDUAL MEMBER: A person who is conducting, has conducted, or who is interested in the furtherance of research in any branch of science or in fields related to oral and craniofacial health science. Members shall have the full rights and privileges of membership and are eligible to vote and to hold office in the CADR/ACRD.

(B) AFFILIATE MEMBER: A person who is not actively involved in research but has a genuine interest in dental research, e.g. a practicing dentist or a member of the general public. Affiliate members shall have the rights and privileges of active membership but shall have no vote. 

(C) STUDENT MEMBER: A person who is a student currently enrolled in a recognized academic institution who does not hold an academic appointment and who is interested in oral and craniofacila health research. Student members must become individual Members when eligible or be dropped from membership. Individuals may be Student members for no more than 8 years. The Student Member shall have all the rights and privileges of membership, but shall have no vote.

(D) RETIRED MEMBER: A person who has been a member of the Association in good standing for at least 25 years, and no longer works on a full-time basis. The Retired Member shall have all the rights and privileges of membership, but shall receive the Journal of Dental Research only upon payment of the Journal subscription fee.

 On payment of Institutional dues, each institution will be entitled to one individual membership within the CADR/ACRD.

Membership Dues

For current membership dues please click to visit the IADR site. The membership dues are listed in the printable PDF application form.
IADR membership page
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