The International Association for Dental Research (IADR) will be hosting the 4th annual congress of the Asia-Pacific region at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre between 28-30 November, 2019
The IADR invite you to join them at the 4th Asia Pacific Regional Congress of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR-APR 2019), to be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia from 28-30 November, 2019. The Congress is expected to attract over 800 research scientists, academics, dentists and oral health experts from the region.
As the peak dental research congress in Asia Pacific, IADR-APR has become an influential meeting for dental professionals with an interest in cutting-edge research, innovations in clinical care and state-of-the-art technology.
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About this event (taken from the IADR event website)
The Australian and New Zealand Division of the IADR is honoured to be hosting this meeting. It is the first time the APR Congress has been held in the ANZ Division, and the IADR thank all APR Board members and delegates for supporting this. Like many meetings, there has been a long lead time to organising this Congress. Many people were initially involved with the bid to secure the meeting rights in Australia, and in that regards I would like to specifically acknowledge Professor Lindsay Richards, Past President of the IADR ANZ Division for supporting me during that process. Our current IADR ANZ President, Professor Boyen Huang, and his executive team are equally supportive and are working closely with the Local Organising Committee to ensure the meeting’s success.
The scientific programme under the leadership of Professor Saso Ivanovski, is packed with international and regional speakers, in a format that accommodates plenary, symposia and open oral sessions in addition to poster presentations. I am particularly indebted to the numerous invited guest speakers who contribute generously to the programme, and our regional colleagues who are partaking in organised sessions to reflect the research strengths of the APR and its Divisions. You will note that all streams are well represented by APR delegates, making this meeting truly regional. I’m sure this will be a key attraction for delegates. We are particularly honoured to welcome Professors Jack Ferracane, Jerry Feng and Raman Bedi as international speakers.