IADR ANZ Conference 2023
27-29 September | Charles Perkins Centre,
The University of Sydney
Welcome from the Chair, Sydney NSW Australia
It gives me immense pleasure to extend our invitation on behalf of the Local Organising Committee to attend the 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the IADR ANZ division in Sydney, NSW Australia to be held from 27 – 29 September 2023.
We are delighted to have you with us and that many of you have travelled long distances to be here serves as a reminder to us all just how important IADR is. The conference theme is “Harbouring Innovations and Bridging Solutions”. we can promise you a meeting of the highest scientific quality, the best opportunity for networking and making new friends and the most exciting social programme, all in one of the World’s great cities.
We are pleased to have outstanding speakers, both international and national, to help you explore the latest innovations in dental research and illustrate innovative ways to integrate research, clinical practice, education and policy. We hope that the scientific sessions will stimulate new ideas, foster collaborations, and facilitate exploration of future endeavours.
We have planned a clinically focused event with practical tips and guidelines for busy clinicians, along with a look at what is coming next, bringing the latest breakthroughs in laboratory science into the assisted conception arena.
I am privileged and proud to act as a chair of the local organizing committee of this IADR ANZ 2023 Sydney meeting, and I thank my colleagues specially our Scientific committee chair Professor Vesna Miletic and all members of the scientific and social organising committees for their expertise and enthusiasm. This conference would not have been possible without the generous support of Colgate Palmolive Australia as our major sponsor. Special thanks to Dr. Susan Cartwright for her assistance and ongoing support. I also thank Professor Heiko Spallek, Dean and Head of School, for his generous help to both promote and support this meeting.
Together we are able to offer a unique opportunity for you to become right up to date in the latest in ART while enjoying all that Sydney has top offer. Australia rightly has a reputation as an inclusive, friendly and progressive country and we hope that you will be able to take time to explore our city and nation while you are here.
Welcome to Sydney.
Dr Rahena Akhter
Chair, Local Organising Committee
IADR ANZ 2023 Sydney
Opening Abstract Submission: 24 March 2023
Abstract Submission Deadline: Currently accepting Poster/Colgate Abstracts Only
Abstract Notifications: 26 June 2023
Early registration deadline: 23 August 2023
Mandatory registration deadline for presenters: 23 August 2023
Meeting Dates: 27-29 September 2023
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The 2023 IADRANZ dental conference program promises to be an enriching experience for dental professionals, educators, and students alike. The program at a glance will feature keynote speeches, oral and poster presentations, workshops, and networking sessions, all aimed at providing the latest insights and advancements in the field of dentistry. With a diverse range of topics and engaging sessions, attendees can look forward to an unforgettable conference experience, sharing knowledge and exchanging ideas with peers and colleagues from across Australia and New Zealand. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and connect with fellow dental professionals. Register now and join us in Sydney for the 2023 IADRANZ dental conference.
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