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.
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Individual Membership

Please read the Benefits of Membership information found on the IADR website: Click here.

Any individual resident of Canada who is interested in Dental Science and Dental Research shall be eligible to membership in this Corporation as stated in these By-Laws. Active membership in the Corporation is accorded to persons who are permanent residents of Canada. Temporary residents of Canada may be admitted as sustaining, affiliate or student members.

Institutional Membership

Any educational, research, governmental or industrial institution or agency located in Canada and carrying out their business or other activities in Canada, and interested in advancing the objectives of the Corporation, shall be eligible for Institutional membership in the Corporation as stated in these By-laws.

Membership Categories

(A) 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 dental science. Members shall have the full rights and privileges of membership and are eligible to vote and to hold office in the Association.

(B) AFFILIATE MEMBER: A person who is not involved in research but has an interest in keeping up with the latest research, e.g. a practicing dentist or a member of the general public. Affiliate members receive limited benefits.

(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 dental research. Student members must become Members when eligible or be dropped from membership. Individuals may be classified at the Student level 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: 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 for remuneration. 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.

Membership Dues

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