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					                  RE G I S TR AT ION BROCH UR E
                      86th General Session & Exhibition of the IADR
                            32nd Annual Meeting of the CADR
                      Metro Toronto Convention Centre, ON, Canada




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                   s G E N E R A L S E S S I O N I N T RO D U C T I O N s
    IADR Advances Research                                                   Important Deadline Dates
    Continuing the mission of advancing research and increasing              Abstracts Submission Deadline:               February 8, 2008
    knowledge for the improvement of oral health, the 86th General
    Session of the International Association for Dental Research             Provisional Abstracts Notification
    (IADR) will feature more than 3,000 scientific abstracts, several          Letters E-mailed:                          April 8, 2008
    cross-collaborative symposia, as well as two distinguished lecture
                                                                             Presenter Pre-registration Deadline:         May 16, 2008
    speakers (Eric Meslin and Brett Finlay). Join us in Toronto, July 2-5,
    2008, and present your own research while learning the latest in         All presenters must pre-register!*
    dental, oral and craniofacial research.
                                                                             Pre-registration Deadline
    Meeting Venue:         Metro Toronto Convention Centre,                    for Non-presenters:                        May 30, 2008
                           Toronto, ON, Canada                               Hotel Reservation Deadline:                  June 2, 2008
    Meeting Dates:         Wednesday, July 2 - Saturday, July 5, 2008
    Exhibition Dates: Thursday, July 3 - Saturday, July 5, 2008              *IMPORTANT NOTE: If a presenter is not pre-registered by the
                                                                             deadline date, his/her abstract will be withdrawn for presentation
    Important Telephone Numbers                                              and will not be included in the final Program Book. The abstract
                                                                             will also not be citable as being part of the Special Issue of the
    IADR Central Office                            +1.703.548.0066           Journal of Dental Research.
    Exhibition Information                         +1.703.299.8093
    Meeting Registration Fax                       +1.514.798.1943
    Hotel Phone Reservations                    +1.866.371.0398
                               (United States and Canada only)
                                            or +1.416.203.2500
                (open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST)




                                            Toronto and IADR - Past and Present
                           In 1930, Toronto was the site of the first IADR meeting held outside the United States.
              The meeting took place at the Royal York Hotel, which will serve as the headquarters hotel for the meeting in 2008.




    TORONTO: PAST AND PRESENT                                       1939                                                                  2007


1     IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
                               s SCHEDULE OF EVENTS s
             All scientific sessions, registration, and the exhibition will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

TUESDAY, JULY 1                                                      2 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.         Poster Presentations – Block #1
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.           IADR/Unilever Hatton                       3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.      Poster Presentations – Block #2
                          Awards Competition                         4 p.m. – 5 p.m.            JDR Editorial Board Meeting
8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.        Satellite Symposium                                                   Division Treasurers’ Meeting
                          (see page 7 for details)                   5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.         Group Business Meetings &
12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.    Registration Open                                                     Receptions (see page 7 for details)
                          Speaker Ready Room Open                    6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.         Group Receptions
3 p.m. – 5 p.m.           IADR Federation, Division, & Section                                  (see page 7 for details)
                          Presidents’ Forum                          6:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.        Unilever Travel Awards
6 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.        IADR Council Dinner                                                   Presentation & Dinner
                          (sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive)                                      (invitation only, sponsored by Unilever)

WEDNESDAY, JULY 2                                                    FRIDAY, JULY 4

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.        Registration Open                          7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.      Registration Open
                          Speaker Ready Room Open                                               Speaker Ready Room Open
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.           Exhibitor Move-in                          8 a.m. – 8:45 am           Distinguished Lecture Series – Brett Finlay
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.    IADR Council Meeting                                                  (sponsored by Quintessence)
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.           Hands-on Workshop #1                       8 a.m. – 5 p.m.            Poster Viewing Open
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.       IADR Board Meeting                         9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.        Oral Sessions and Symposia
1:15 p.m. – 2 p.m.        New Member Orientation Reception           10:45 am – 12:15 p.m.      Oral Sessions, Symposia, and
                          (sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive)                                      Hands-on Workshop #5
1:30 p.m. – 2 p.m.        Oral Session Chairperson Orientation       12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.     Lunch Break
2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.     Oral Sessions, Symposia, and                                          - VIP Luncheon for Spouses of the
                          Hands-on Workshop #2                                                    IADR/CADR Board and Past Presidents
4 p.m. – 5 p.m.           Opening Ceremonies &                                                  - Past Editors’, Executive Directors’,
                          Awards Program                                                          and IADR/CADR Past Presidents’ Lunch
5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.        Welcome Reception                                                     - IADR/Colgate Research in Prevention
                                                                                                  Awards Luncheon
THURSDAY, JULY 3                                                                                  (sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive)
                                                                     1 p.m. – 5 p.m.            Exhibits Open
7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.     Registration Open                          2 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.         Poster Presentations – Block #1
                          Speaker Ready Room Open                    3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.      Poster Presentations – Block #2
8 a.m. – 8:45 am          Distinguished Lecture Series –             4 p.m. – 5 p.m.            IADR Institutional Section Meeting
                          Eric Meslin                                5 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.         Group Business Meetings &
                          (W.J. Gies Distinguished Speaker)                                     Receptions (see page 7 for details)
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.           Poster Viewing Open                        6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.         Group Receptions
9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.       Oral Sessions, Symposia, and                                          (see page 7 for details)
                          Hands-on Workshop #3
10:45 am – 12:15 p.m.     Oral Sessions, Symposia, and               SATURDAY, JULY 5
                          Hands-on Workshop #4
12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.    Lunch Break                                8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.        Speaker Ready Room Open
                          - Lunch & Learning                         8:30 a.m. – noon           Registration Open
                          - IADR Committees’ Lunch                   8:30 a.m. – noon           Poster Viewing & Exhibits Open
                          - IADR/AADR Publications                   9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.        Oral Sessions
                            Committee Meeting                        10:45 am – noon            Poster Presentations
1 p.m. – 5 p.m.           Exhibits Open                              Noon                       Meeting Adjourns
                                                                     Noon – 1:30 p.m.           GPC Meeting


                                                                                                     R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E    2
                              s F E AT U R E D P R E S E N TAT I O N S s
    Distinguished Lecture Series                                         FRIDAY, JULY 4, 2008
                                                                         8 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
    On Thursday and Friday mornings, the meeting will begin with a
    plenary session designed to interest delegates from all Scientific
                                                                                            B. Brett Finlay
    Groups. Join us for a complimentary cup of coffee and muffin
                                                                                            Biotechnology Laboratory
    prior to the plenary session.
                                                                                            University of British Columbia
                                                                                            Vancouver, BC, Canada
    W.J. GIES DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER
    THURSDAY, JULY 3, 2008                                                                  The Unholy Trinity of Infectious Diseases:
    8 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.                                                                      Role of the Pathogen, Host, and Microbiota
                                                                         Pathogenic E. coli cause much morbidity and mortality
                        Eric Meslin
                                                                         worldwide. Two types of E. coli (enteropathogenic E. coli [EPEC]
                        Indiana University Center for Bioethics
                                                                         and enterohemorrhagic E. coli [EHEC, or O157]) cause severe
                        Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
                                                                         diarrhea, with EHEC also causing hemolytic uremic syndrome in
                                                                         a subset of cases. These pathogens subvert host epithelial cells,
                        Can Ethics Be Both Local and Global?
                                                                         exploiting cytoskeletal processes to build a cellular protrusion
                        Current Challenges in Conducting
                                                                         (pedestal) on the cell surface, and subverting various innate
                        International Health Research
                                                                         immune pathways. The host response also plays a critical role
    Health research is now a global activity, with studies carried out   in disease development, and we have been exploiting a murine
    on every continent, involving thousands of human beings, diverse     infection model to study host contribution to disease.
    sponsors and partners, and varied oversight mechanisms for           Finally, we have begun to examine the impact of diarrheal
    ensuring ethical integrity. This presentation will describe how      disease and inflammation on the normal microbiota during
    these issues influence international research today.                 infection. Collectively, these three components contribute to
                                                                         disease, and only by studying all three does one fully understand
                                                                         the molecular complexity of bacterial disease. The event is
                                                                         generously sponsored by Quintessence Publishing.




3     IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
SCIENTIFIC GROUP SESSIONS                                              Meeting Oral Health Needs to Promote the Well-being
                                                                       of the Geriatric Population
The IADR General Session will consist of approximately 3,000
                                                                       Sponsors: Education Research and Geriatric Oral
scientific presentations (about 800 oral presentations and 2,200
                                                                         Research Groups
poster presentations) comprised of abstracts submitted online.
                                                                       Organizer: Alison Bullock (University of Birmingham, UK)
The oral and poster sessions organized by each Scientific Group
will be finalized in December, and the scientific program will be      Methodological Challenges in the Design and Analysis
posted to the IADR Web site by mid-April, 2008.                        of Split-mouth Trials
                                                                       Sponsors: Evidence-based Dentistry Network, Cariology,
Symposia                                                                 Periodontal Research, and Behavioral, Epidemiologic &
                                                                         HSR Groups
Animal Model Selection Alternatives for Dental Implant Research
                                                                       Organizer: Ian Needleman
Sponsors: Craniofacial Biology and Implantology Research Groups
                                                                         (Eastman Dental Institute, London, UK)
Organizer: James Borke (Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, USA)
                                                                       NIDCR’s 60th Anniversary Symposium:
Biomechanical Response and Control at the Bone-Biomaterial Interface
                                                                       Contributions of Canadian Pain Research
Sponsors: Prosthodontics, Implantology Research, and Oral &
                                                                       Sponsor: NIDCR
  Maxillofacial Surgery Groups and the Japan Prosthodontic Society
                                                                       Organizer: Henning Birkedal-Hansen (NIDCR, Bethesda, Md., USA)
Organizer: Keiichi Sasaki (Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)
                                                                       Orofacial Pain in Children and Adolescents:
Biomineralization Explained? Proteins as Regulators
                                                                       Epidemiology, Risk Factors, Impact and Management
of Crystal Formation in Physiology and Pathology
                                                                       Sponsors: International RDC/TMD Consortium and
Sponsors: Mineralized Tissue and Dental Materials Groups
                                                                         Neuroscience Group
Organizer: Graeme Hunter
                                                                       Organizer: Mark Drangsholt (University of Washington, Seattle, USA)
  (University of Western Ontario, London, Canada)
                                                                       Oral Health Literacy in Older Adults
Can We Promote Cementogenesis to Enable Periodontal Regeneration?
                                                                       Sponsor: Geriatric Oral Research Group
Sponsors: Mineralized Tissue and Periodontal Research Groups
                                                                       Organizer: Herenia Lawrence
Organizer: Christopher McCulloch
                                                                         (University of Toronto, ON, Canada)
  (University of Toronto, ON, Canada)
                                                                       Osteoimmunology and Host Defense in the Periodontium
Designing Dental Programs for High-risk Children
                                                                       Sponsors: Periodontal Research and
Sponsors: Cariology, Oral Health Research, and Behavioral,
                                                                         Microbiology/Immunology Groups
  Epidemiologic & HSR Groups
                                                                       Organizer: Jack Caton (University of Rochester, NY, USA)
Organizer: Stephen Abrams
  (Ontario Dental Association, Toronto, Canada)                        Periodontal Therapy and Systemic Health Outcomes –
                                                                       What Have We Learned from Intervention Trials?
Glass-ionomer Cements – Current and Future Performance
                                                                       Sponsor: Periodontal Research Group
Sponsors: Dental Materials and Cariology Groups and the
                                                                       Organizer: Panos Papapanou
  Dental Materials Journal
                                                                         (Columbia University, New York, NY, USA)
Organizer: Martin Tyas (University of Melbourne, Australia) and
  Huakun Xu (ADA, Gaithersburg, Md., USA)                              Strategic Research Training Initiatives, International Perspectives
                                                                       Sponsors: Education Research Group and Evidence-based
Health Behavior Change in Oral Health Research:
                                                                         Dentistry Network
Use of Motivational Interviewing
                                                                       Organizer: Richard Ellen (University of Toronto, ON, Canada)
Sponsors: Oral Health Research and Behavioral, Epidemiologic
  & HSR Groups                                                         Zebrafish as a Model for Craniofacial and Tooth Development
Organizer: MaryAnn Cugini (Forsyth Institute, Boston, Mass., USA)      and Regeneration
                                                                       Sponsor: Craniofacial Biology Group
Knowledge Translation: How to Get Your Research to
                                                                       Organizer: Wolfgang Arnold (University of Witten, Germany)
the People to Whom it Matters Most
Sponsors: Evidence-based Dentistry Network, Behavioral,                Zirconia-based Restorations: Successes, Failures and
  Epidemiologic & HSR, Periodontal Research, Cariology, and            Clinical Recommendations
  Prosthodontics Groups                                                Sponsor: Dental Materials Group
Organizer: Debora Matthews                                             Organizer: Sibel Antonson (Nova Southeastern University, Ft.
  (Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada)                            Lauderdale, Fla., USA) & Hockin Xu
                                                                         (ADA, Gaithersburg, Md., USA)




                                                                                                        R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E   4
    Hands-on Workshops                                                     Lunch & Learning
    The workshops are complimentary; however, attendance is                The Lunch & Learning program will be held on Thursday, July 3,
    limited at workshops #1-3 and #5, and registrations will be            from 12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., at the Metro Toronto Convention
    processed on a first-come, first-served basis. If interested in        Centre. During lunch, you may discuss topics of current interest
    attending, please check the appropriate box on the registration        with the researchers as identified below. There is a $55.00 fee
    form. A wait list will be available this year once the limit is met.   to attend, and attendance will be limited to 10 persons per
    If registrants who are initially accepted are considered a             table, including the speaker. Assignments will be processed
    no-show on site, spots will be filled from the wait list.              on a first-come, first-served basis. If your two options are not
    Visit the IADR Web site for a description of each workshop.            available, a refund will be sent to you after the meeting. Refunds
                                                                           for cancellation will not be processed if requests are received
    HOW #1:      Validation Studies of the RDC/TMD:                        after the pre-registration deadline. If you purchase your ticket in
                 Progress toward Version 2                                 advance, your Lunch & Learning ticket will be included in your
    Date/Time: Wednesday, July 2, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m                           registration packet. Space permitting, tickets may be sold on site.
                 (break from Noon – 1 p.m.)                                Visit the IADR Web site for a description of each session.
    Sponsors: International RDC/TMD Consortium Network
                  and Neuroscience Group                                   Craniofacial Biology Group
    Organizer: Richard Ohrbach (University of Buffalo, NY, USA)            Table #1) Potential Function of Small RNA in Craniofacial Development
    Attendance is limited to 100 people; you must register to attend.      Speaker: Akira Yamane (Tsurumi University,Yokohama, Japan)
                                                                           Dental Materials Group
    HOW #2:      Nutrition and Oral Health Outcomes Research:              Table #2) Clinical versus Statistical Significance – Statistical Methods
                 State of the Science and Future Directions                and the Interpretation of Results
    Date/Time: Wednesday, July 2, 2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.                    Speaker: Jeffrey Platt (Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA)
    Sponsor:     Nutrition Research, Periodontal Research, and
                 Geriatric Oral Research Groups                            Table #3) Dental Alloys, Electrochemistry, and Biological Outcomes
    Organizer: Riva Touger-Decker                                          Speaker: Regina Messer
                  (New Jersey Dental School, Newark, USA)                    (Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, USA)
    Attendance is limited to 40 people; you must register to attend.       Table #4) Dental Resin Composites – Is ‘Nano’Worth the ‘Buzz’?
                                                                           (in vitro and in vivo Performance of Dental Resin Composites)
    HOW #3:      Second Life as a Virtual World for                        Speaker: Roland Frankenberger (University of Erlangen, Germany)
                 Research and Teaching
                                                                           Table #5) Fatigue Failure and its Relevance to the Dental Field
    Date/Time: Thursday, July 3, 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
                                                                           Speaker: Jamie Kruzic (Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA)
    Sponsor:     Education Research Group
    Organizer: Sharon Grayden                                              Table #6) Finite Element Analysis (FEA): A Scientific Approach to
                  (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)                 3D Non-linear Models
    Attendance is limited to 20 people; you must register to attend.       Speaker: Fernando Zarone (University of Naples, Italy)
                                                                           Table #7) Resin Infiltration of Enamel Caries Lesions
    HOW #4:      Publishing Your Manuscript – A JDR Perspective            Speaker: Sebastian Paris (Charité University, Berlin, Germany)
    Date/Time:   Thursday, July 3, 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
                                                                           Table #8) Tissue Engineering – Its Relevance to Dentistry
    Sponsor:     Journal of Dental Research
                                                                           Speaker: David Kohn (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
    Organizer:   Anthony Smith (University of Birmingham, UK)
                                                                           Geriatric Oral Research
    HOW #5:      Recommendations for Conducting Controlled Clinical        Table #9) Qualitative Research of Oral-health-related
                 Studies of Dental Restorative Materials                   Beliefs and Behaviors
    Date/Time: Friday, July 4, 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.                     Speaker: Michael MacEntee
    Sponsor:     Dental Materials Groups                                     (University of British Columbia,Vancouver, Canada)
    Organizer: Reinhard Hickel                                             Implantology Research
                 (University Ludwig Maximilian, Munich, Germany)           Table #10) Cutting Edge of Implant Surfaces and Design –
    Attendance is limited to 30 people; you must register to attend.       Clinical Significance
                                                                           Speaker: Seong-Joo Heo (Seoul National University, Korea)




5     IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
Mineralized Tissue                                                       Dental Anesthesiology Research
Table #11) Pyrophosphate and SIBLING Proteins                            Zakaria Messieha (University of Illinois, Chicago, USA)
Regulating Mineralization                                                Ambulatory and Office-based Anesthesia –
Speaker: Marc D. McKee (McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada)         A Discussion of Current Research
Periodontal Research                                                     Dental Materials
Table #12) Animal Models for Periodontal Regeneration:                   Ricardo Carvalho (Bisco, Inc., Schaumburg, Ill., USA)
Clinical Relevance                                                       Bond Strength vs. Microleakage – Are They Related?
Speaker: Andreas Stavropoulos                                            Carlos González-Cabezas (Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA)
   (Royal Dental College, Aarhus, Denmark)                               Evaluation of Laboratory Methods to Assess the Performance of
Table #13) Antiseptic Rinses for the Control of Subgingival Biofilm.     Remineralizing Therapies/Materials
Is there Evidence?                                                       Hidehiko Sano (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Speaker: Nicole Arweiler (University of Freiburg, Germany)               Bond Strength Testing and Possible Tooth Adhesion Mechanisms
Table #14) Cementogenesis and Periodontal Regeneration.                  Gottfried Schmalz (University of Regensburg, Germany)
Is It Still an Issue?                                                    Standardization of Biocompatibility Testing of Dental Materials
Speaker: Dieter Bosshardt (University of Berne, Switzerland)
                                                                         Jeffrey Stansbury (University of Colorado, Aurora, USA)
Table #15) Microbiological Diagnostics in Periodontal                    Use of Well-designed Polymers and Polymerization Methods to Address
Treatment Planning                                                       Challenges in Dental Materials
Speaker: Thomas Beikler (University of Seattle, Wash., USA)
                                                                         Education Research
Table #16) Microbiota and Host Genome Interactions in                    Richard Valachovic
Aggressive Periodontitis                                                 (American Dental Education Association, Washington, DC, USA)
Speaker: Luigi Nibali (Eastman Dental Institute, London, UK)             A Report of the Global Congress in Dental Education, held in
Table #17) New Ways for Resolution of Inflammation in Periodontitis      Dublin, 2007
Speaker: Alpdogan Kantarci (Boston University, Mass., USA)               Geriatric Oral Research
Table #18) Periodontis and Diabetes: a Two-way Relationship              Judy Jones (Boston University, Mass., USA)
Speaker: Giovanni Salvi (University of Berne, Switzerland)               Does Periodontal Treatment Improve Glycemic Control in Diabetes?
Table #19) Stem Cell Therapy in Periodontal Tissue Engineering           Mineralized Tissue
Speaker: Darnell Kaigler (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)        James Simmer (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
                                                                         New Perspectives on Dentin and Enamel Proteins
Keynote Speakers                                                         Neuroscience
The Scientific Groups have been asked to select a keynote                Barry Sessle (University of Toronto, ON, Canada)
speaker to give an overview of research in that area of expertise.       30-year Historical Perspective of the IADR Neuroscience Group:
Delegates can benefit from these 30-minute presentations by              Research Advances in Orofacial Pain
getting an overall understanding of what is currently being done in      Nutrition Research
other disciplines. The date and time of each will be confirmed by        Elizabeth Krall Kaye (Boston University, Mass., USA)
mid-April, 2008. Listed below are the speakers confirmed to date:        The Obesity Epidemic: Implications for Oral Health
Behavioral, Epidemiologic & Health Services Research                     Periodontal Research
Carlos Quiñonez (University of Toronto, ON, Canada)                      Richard Darveau (University of Washington, Seattle, USA)
The Politics of Spending: Public Dental Health Care Policy and Access    Porphyromonas gingivalis Lipopolysaccharide:
to Care in Canada                                                        Modulation of Immature Host Defense
Cariology Research                                                       Pharmacology, Therapeutics, & Toxicology
Hyun (Michel) Koo (University of Rochester, N.Y., USA)                   Elliot Hersh (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)
The Role of Extracellular Polysaccharide Matrix in Cariogenic Biofilms   Supporting Marketing Claims: One Aspect of this Clinical
Craniofacial Biology                                                     Pharmacologist’s Career
Mary Marazita (University of Pittsburgh, Pa., USA)                       Prosthodontics Research
Sub-clinical Phenotypes in Families with Non-syndromic Orofacial         Clark Stanford (University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA)
Clefts (Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate): Genetic Analyses and Implications for   Dynamic Prosthodontics, the Translation of the Basic Sciences
Clinical Practice                                                        into Clinical Realities



                                                                                                          R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E   6
                                              s SPECIAL EVENTS s
    Satellite Symposium                                                      3M ESPE Hospitality & WiFi Centers
    Orofacial Pain and Motor Control: The History of 3 Giants in Orofacial   WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY, JULY 2-5
    Neurosciences – From the Bottom to the Top!                              3M ESPE will provide a Hospitality Center (cyber café) located
    Date:              July 1, 2008                                          in the Exhibit Hall, along with a WiFi Center located in the
                                                                             registration area. Computer stations will be set with Internet
    Location:          Faculty of Dentistry, University of                   access for delegates to check their e-mail or “surf the Web” in
                       Toronto, Canada                                       the Exhibit Hall. Admission is free, and all meeting participants
    Organizers:        Arlette Kolta and Gilles Lavigne                      are invited to visit at their convenience and enjoy light
                       (University of Montreal, QC, Canada) and              refreshments. The Hospitality Center will be open during the
                       Christopher Peck (University of Sydney, Australia)    poster viewing and exhibition hours, Thursday through Saturday.
                                                                             Bring your laptop to the WiFi Center, and you can have free
    A one-day symposium is being organized on July 1, 2008 (the day
                                                                             Internet access (if you have a wireless card in your computer),
    preceding the IADR meeting), as a tribute to three Australian/
                                                                             all day Wednesday through Saturday.
    Canadian giants in the field of Trigeminal Neuroscience:
     Barry Sessle (University of Toronto, ON, Canada)
     James Lund (McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada)                                 Group/Network Business
     Alan Hannam (University of British Columbia,Vancouver, Canada)                        Meetings & Receptions
                                                                                                               Business Meetings            Receptions
    Preliminary Program                                                                                        5:15 p.m. – 6 p.m.            6 p.m. –
    8:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.          Welcome and Introductions
    9 a.m. – 11 a.m.            Sessle Tribute: From Pain to Movements       Behavioral, Epidemiologic & HSR       Thursday                 Thursday *
    11 a.m. – 1 p.m.            Poster Presentations & Lunch                 Cariology Research                    Thursday                 Thursday
                                                                             Craniofacial Biology                  Thursday                 Thursday
    1 p.m. – 3 p.m.             Lund Tribute: From Movement to Pain
                                                                             Dental Anesthesiology Research        Thursday                 Thursday ^
    3 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.          Break                                        Dental Materials                      Thursday                 Thursday
    3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.       Hannam Tribute: From Movement                                                                               (starts at 6:30 p.m.)
                                to Models                                    Diagnostic Sciences                   Thursday                     -
    5:15 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.       General Discussion                           Education Research                    Thursday                 Thursday *
    5:45 p.m. – 7 p.m.          Wine and Beer with Cheese                    Evidence-based Dentistry              Friday                       -
                                                                                                                   (starts at 12:30 p.m.)
                                (Sponsored by Quintessence Publishing)       Geriatric Oral Research               Thursday                 Thursday *
                                                                             Implantology Research                 Thursday                 Thursday %
    This symposium is sponsored by the IADR Neuroscience Group,              International RDC/TMD                 Wednesday                    -
    Fonds de la Recherche en Santé du Québec (Oral Health and                Microbiology/Immunology               Thursday                 Thursday +
                                                                                                                   (starts at 5:30 p.m.)
    Bone Research Network; Pain Research Network), Canadian
                                                                             Mineralized Tissue                    Thursday                 Thursday #
    Institutes of Health Research (AOHR, Pain M2C Training
                                                                             Neuroscience                          TBD                      TBD
    Grants, and Placebo Mechanism Research Network), University              Nutrition Research                    Friday                   Thursday *
    of Montreal, McGill University, University of Toronto, and               Oral Health Research                  Thursday                 Thursday
    Quintessence Publishing.                                                 Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery          Thursday                 Thursday
                                                                             Oral Medicine & Pathology             Thursday                 Thursday
    A Call for Symposium Poster Presentations from Drs. DeLaat               Periodontal Research                  Thursday                 Thursday +
    and Kato will be available soon. If you are interested in presenting     Pharmacology, Therapeutics            Thursday                 Thursday ^
                                                                              & Toxicology
    a poster, contact us at: tribute08.toronto@umontreal.ca
                                                                             Prosthodontics                        Thursday                 Thursday %
                                                                             Pulp Biology & Regeneration           Thursday                 Thursday #
    Since only 200 seats are available, pre-registration is mandatory,       Salivary Research                     Thursday                 Thursday
    but is free if done before June 1, 2008.
                                                                             # * ^ % + Joint Receptions
    To register and receive the full program, send your e-mail address,
    fax number and full name to: tribute08.toronto@umontreal.ca or by
    fax to: Vice Decanat Recherche – Tribute08 at +1.514.343.2233


7     IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
New Member Orientation Reception                                       Dental Materials Group Banquet
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2                                                      THURSDAY, JULY 3
All new members and first-timers at the General Session are invited    The Dental Materials Group is hosting a reception at the Steam
to attend the reception. Graduate and post-doctoral students are       Whistle Brewery (adjacent to the Convention Centre), on Thursday,
also welcome to attend. If you are interested in becoming more         July 3, from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. for members, friends, and students.
involved in the Association or learning more about specific Groups     Tickets for the event are $30 per person. If you’re interested in
or Divisions within the IADR/CADR, please join us for refreshments     attending, please indicate so on the Pre-registration Form or online.
on Wednesday, July 2, between 1:15 p.m. and 2 p.m. Please refer        A full description of the reception is posted on the DMG Web site
to your final Program for the exact location of the reception.The      (at www-personal.umich.edu/~sbayne/DMG/DMG-index.htm). Tickets
reception is graciously sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive.                will be sold on site on a space-available basis only. If you purchase a
                                                                       ticket and later need to cancel, a full refund is available if notification is
                                                                       received at least one month prior to the date of the event.

                             s G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N s
Online Program and Abstracts                                           The Exhibition
IADR’s program and abstracts will be available online in early         The IADR will assemble the most prominent companies for
April (the online link will be posted at www.iadr.org when             an exceptional exhibition. No matter what your interests
available).You can search the program, view abstracts, and plan        are—information systems, schools of dentistry, scientific
your itinerary prior to the IADR meeting.                              journals and/or research equipment—you will find information
IMPORTANT NOTE: There will be no printed abstracts for this meeting.   at this exhibition. Refer to the Schedule of Events for the
                                                                       hours the exhibition is open. If you would like to exhibit, please
Program & Abstracts                                                    contact Erika Interiano, IADR Institutional Section Manager for
                                                                       Exhibits, Meetings & Publications, at einteriano@iadr.org or
A CD-ROM of abstracts, generously sponsored by Institut
                                                                       +1.703.299.8093, for information and an exhibit prospectus.
Straumann, will be produced for the IADR meeting. Meeting
delegates who pre-register by the deadline date will receive the
CD-ROM in advance, and all others can pick up their copy at the        Letters of Invitation
meeting. All members not attending the meeting can purchase            On request, the IADR will be pleased to have an invitation letter
a copy after the meeting. The Program will be printed and              issued to you. Invitation letters are sent from the registration
distributed on site to all meeting delegates.                          company, and therefore you must be registered for the meeting,
                                                                       and the registration company must have verified payment, before
Continuing Education Credits                                           the letter will be sent. Persons needing an invitation letter to obtain
                                                                       a visa are urged to register for the meeting as early as possible. If
The IADR/AADR is an American Dental Association Continuing
                                                                       you need a letter, please so indicate on the registration form.
Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) recognized provider.
                                                                          PLEASE NOTE: An invitation is not a commitment on the
Delegates are eligible to receive continuing education credits by
                                                                          part of the IADR to provide any financial support, nor is it a
attending the scientific oral and poster sessions throughout the
                                                                          guarantee of the acceptance of your abstract.
meeting. One hour of program time is equivalent to one credit hour.
Forms will be printed in the Program for your convenience, and
delegates are responsible for completing the forms accurately and      Visa Requirements
keeping them for auditing purposes. (Do NOT return the forms to the    It is never too early to start working on getting your visa.
IADR/AADR.) For information on the CERP program, please contact        Please check with your local Canadian Embassy or Consulate to
Janis Flemming, Senior Program Manager, at jflemming@iadr.org.         obtain the necessary documents as soon as possible. Please use
                                                                       the following link to obtain more information regarding visas:
                                                                       http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/index.asp
Participants with
Disabilities or Special Needs
If you have a disability or special need that may affect your
participation in the General Session, please contact the IADR
Meetings Department either prior to the meeting (e-mail:
meetings@iadr.org) or on site, to discuss your requirements.


                                                                                                            R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E       8
    s TO RO N TO H OT E L R E S E RVAT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N s
    Reservation Deadline Date: JUNE 2, 2008                                   Reservation Acknowledgment
    After this date, rooms in the IADR block will be released, and            If you reserve your room online or by telephone, you will receive
    hotels may charge higher rates.                                           a confirmation immediately. If you reserve via fax or mail, an
                                                                              acknowledgment of your reservation will be issued within three (3)
    Reserve Now!                                                              days of receipt to the e-mail address provided (if not, via fax or mail).
    Internet:          https://resweb.passkey.com/go/IADR2008
                                                                              NOTE: You will NOT receive a confirmation directly from your
    Fax:               +1.416.203.8477                                        assigned hotel unless requested directly.
    Telephone:         +1.866.371.0398 (U.S. & Canada only)
                       or +1.416.203.2500                                     Reservation Changes
                       (open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST)      All changes in hotel reservations must be made with the Housing
    Mail:              IADR Housing Bureau                                    Bureau until the deadline date (see below for contact information).
                       207 Queen’s Quay West                                  After the deadline date, please contact your assigned hotel directly.
                       PO Box 126, Suite 590
                       Toronto, ON, M5J 1A7, Canada                           NOTE: If you reserve online and later need to revise your hotel
                                                                              information, please contact the Housing Bureau via telephone,
    Please do not mail or fax your form to the IADR office.                   e-mail, or fax (you will NOT be able to access your form again
    This will delay the processing of your form while it gets                 online without making a duplicate reservation). The hotels will
    forwarded to the appropriate destination.                                 charge a fee if you depart earlier than requested after check-in.

    Availability                                                              Cancellations
    Reservations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. For   The deposit is refundable if notice of cancellation is received
    best availability and immediate confirmation, make your reservation       by the Housing Bureau or assigned hotel at least three (3)
    via the Internet. After the deadline date, the Housing Bureau will        days prior to arrival, and if a cancellation number is obtained.
    NOT process reservations, and you will be instructed to contact the       Cancellations received prior to the deadline date will be
    hotels directly. Please note that rooms might not be available at the     refunded in the same form of payment as originally made.
    convention rates after the deadline date. If you wish to share a room,    Any cancellations made within 72 hours of the arrival date will
    it is your responsibility to find a roommate, but please submit only      result in forfeiture of the full deposit.
    one form to avoid duplication. Special requests cannot be guaranteed;
    however, the hotels will do their best to honor all requests.

    Deposit
    A deposit of CDN or U.S. $200 (same amount either currency)
    is required for each room reservation. If you provide a credit
    card, your card will act as a late-arrival guarantee only, and no
    actual amount will be charged to your card (accepted cards
    are MasterCard,VISA, American Express, Discover, and Diner’s
    Club). Deposits paid by check must be payable to “IADR Housing
    Bureau” and mailed along with your housing request. All check
    deposits must be payable in Canadian or U.S. Dollars. Wire
    transfers are not accepted. Requests received without a valid
    guarantee will not be processed, and therefore your booking
    will not be confirmed. NOTE: Registration and housing payment
    CANNOT be combined into the same check, since they must be
    made payable to different entities.




9     IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
                              s H OT E L M A P & R AT E S s

                                                                                                  LOCATIONS
                                                                                                  Meeting Venue
                                                                                                  1 Metro Toronto
                                                                                                    Convention Centre
                                                                                                    (IADR Meeting in South
                                                                                                    Building)
                                                                                                  Hotels
                                                                                                  2 Fairmont Royal York
                                                                                                  3 Sheraton Centre
                                                                                                  4 InterContinental
                                                                                                    Toronto Centre
                                                                                                  5 Renaissance Toronto
                                                                                                    Hotel Downtown
                                                                                                  6 Westin Harbour Castle
                                                                                                  Attractions
                                                                                                  7 Air Canada Centre
                                                                                                  8 Rogers Centre
                                                                                                  9 CN Tower
                                                                                                  10 Steam Whistle Brewery
                                                                                                     (DMG Reception)



HOTEL                          ROOM RATES * – CDN $
                             Single/Double     Triple          Quad
                               (1-2 persons)   (3 persons)   (4 persons)


Fairmont Royal York (HQ)
 - Standard Room                $239            $259          $279         For a description of the room types, please visit the online
 - Deluxe Room                  $309            $329          $349         housing form.
Intercontinental Centre
  - Standard Room               $260            $290            n/a        * All room rates are subject to all applicable taxes, currently 5%
  - Club Level                  $350            $380            n/a          Provincial sales tax, 6% GST, and a 3% destination marketing fee.
Sheraton Centre
                                                                           IMPORTANT NOTE: The Steelback Grand Prix of Toronto is
 - Standard Room                $239            $269          $299
 - Club Level                   $299            $329          $359         taking place from July 4 to 6, so hotel rooms outside the IADR
                                                                           block may be limited.
Renaissance Downtown            $199            $224          $249

Westin Harbour Castle           $239            $269          $299




 HOUSING
    QUESTIONS?
Please contact the IADR Housing Bureau at +1.866.371.0398 (U.S. & Canada only) or +1.416.203.2500 (open Monday through Friday,
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST) or housing@torcvb.com, and be sure to mention “IADR” for faster service.




                                                                                                     R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E   10
                       s R E G I S T R AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N s
 Deadlines:         Presenter*:                 May 16, 2008              REGISTRATION CATEGORIES
                    Non-presenter:              May 30, 2008
                                                                          MEMBER
                                                                          To register as a Member, you must have had your 2008
 * All presenters are REQUIRED to pre-register for the meeting
                                                                          membership activated or renewed by the time you register for
 by May 16, 2008. If a presenter is not pre-registered by the
                                                                          the meeting. If you wish to join the Association to take advantage
 deadline date, his/her abstract will be withdrawn from the
                                                                          of the lower membership registration fee, please submit your
 General Session and will not be printed in the final Program
                                                                          application form prior to submitting your registration form
 Book. The abstract will also not be citable as being part of the
                                                                          (separate payment is required). Membership applications are
 Special Issue of the Journal of Dental Research.
                                                                          available online. If your membership dues payment is not
                                                                          received and processed by the time you register, you will be
 Three Ways to Register!                                                  charged the full non-member registration rate for the meeting.
 Online:            https://www.one-stop-registration.com/iadr            This additional charge will be deducted from your credit card. If
 Fax:               +1.514.798.1943                                       your original payment was by check, you will receive an invoice
                                                                          with a balance due for this meeting. The balance due must be
 Mail:              IADR 2008                                             paid on site before you can receive your badge.
                    c/o Laser Registrration
                    1200 G street NW                                      STUDENT NON-MEMBER
                    Suite 800                                             To register as a Student Non-member, you must be enrolled
                    Washington, DC 20005-3967, USA                        full-time in a recognized academic institution, may not hold an
                                                                          academic appointment, and must send proof of student status
 NOTE: Do NOT mail or fax the pre-registration form to the                (a letter from an advisor or dean) with the registration form.
 IADR Office in Alexandria,Va. Do NOT mail membership forms to
 the address listed above c/o Laser Registration. If you fax your    NOTE: Non-member students registering in Toronto must bring
 registration form or complete the form on the Internet, DO NOT proof of student status. Those pre-registering must mail the
 mail the original, or you may be registered twice and billed twice. information with the registration form.

 Registration Fees                                                        RETIRED MEMBER
 Any person with an interest in dental research—including all             To register as a Retired Member, you must have been
 presenters and educational exhibitors—is required to pay the             verified as retired from full-time employment and must have
 appropriate registration fee. Member, non-member, and student            paid IADR/AADR dues for 25 consecutive years. Retired
 registration fees include all sessions, admission to the exhibition,     non-members must pay the full non-member registration fee.
 and the final Program and CD-ROM of Abstracts.
                                                                          ACCOMPANYING PERSONS
                             Pre-registered (by May 30, 2008)             Accompanying persons are non-dentists, non-researchers, non-IADR/
 IADR/AADR Member            $440 *                                       AADR members who may be traveling to Toronto with a meeting
 Non-member                  $695 *                                       delegate and who have no scientific or educational interest in the
 Student Member              $150                                         meeting. Meeting delegates’ students, lab technicians, colleagues, etc.,
 Student Non-member          $250                                         do not qualify as accompanying persons and are required to pay the
 Retired Member              $35                                          appropriate registration fee if they wish to attend.
 Accompanying Person         $45
 Commercial Exhibitor        complimentary (see below for details)        If your accompanying person wishes to hear your presentation,
                                                                          he or she must register and pay the $45 fee and receive a special
 * After May 30, 2008, and at the meeting, the fee is $100 more           color-coded badge-holder on site. The badge-holder will admit
 than the pre-registration rates!                                         an accompanying person to one session only and will not be
                                                                          honored at any other time during the meeting. Anyone who
 NOTE: One-day and Exhibition-only registration fees are not available.   wishes to attend more than one session is considered to have
                                                                          more than a “personal” interest in dental research and will be
                                                                          required to pay the appropriate fee.


11   IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
COMMERCIAL EXHIBITORS                                                    REGISTRATION AND PRESENTER SUBSTITUTIONS
(EXCLUDING EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITORS)
                                                                         The IADR does not allow meeting registration substitutions.
Each exhibiting company is entitled to receive four complimentary
                                                                         Registration fees may not be transferred to another person.
meeting registrations per booth. It is the responsibility of the
                                                                         Anyone unable to attend the meeting after having paid must
exhibiting company to use the complimentary registrations, either by
                                                                         cancel his/her registration. The registration fee will be refunded
submitting the EXHIBITOR Pre-registration Form (which will be sent
                                                                         if the request is received prior to the cancellation deadline date.
to the contact person listed on the exhibit application) prior to
                                                                         The new registrant must then register separately and pay the
May 30, 2008, or by using the complimentary registration on site.
                                                                         appropriate registration fee. If you are a presenter substitution,
                                                                         the same policy applies. The original presenter must register for
Check with your Exhibit Manager to see if you will be one of the
                                                                         the meeting and then cancel (refund amount will depend on when
complimentary registrants for your company BEFORE you register!
                                                                         the cancellation occurs) before the substitution can be processed.
If you will not be a complimentary exhibit registrant, please use
                                                                         The new presenter must then register and pay the applicable rate.
the attached Pre-registration Form and pay the appropriate
registration fee. If you have any exhibition questions, please contact
                                                                         ON-SITE REGISTRATION
Erika Interiano, IADR Institutional Section Manager for Exhibits,
Meetings & Publications, at einteriano@iadr.org +1.703.299.8093.         Do not complete the pre-registration form if you register on
                                                                         site (you will be required to complete a different form at the
Note: Educational Exhibitors do not receive complimentary                meeting). Payment in full must be made at the time of registration.
registrations. All booth personnel for Educational exhibits must be      Acceptable forms of payment are cash (U.S. or Canadian dollars
registered for the meeting, paying the appropriate registration fee.     only), traveler’s checks (U.S. or Canadian dollars only), checks (from
                                                                         U.S. bank payable in U.S. dollars only) and credit card (American
PRE-REGISTRATION                                                         Express, MasterCard or VISA only).The IADR will not bill you.
Pre-registration is strongly advised. If you miss the pre-registration
                                                                         FINANCIAL DISCLAIMER
deadline, you must register on site and pay the higher fee.
Registration forms received after the deadline date will be              The IADR reserves the right to charge the correct amount on
returned, and you will be charged the on-site registration fee.          a credit card if different from the Total Payment listed. Checks
                                                                         received for payment of goods and services via mail or drop
If an e-mail address is supplied, delegates will receive a               box will be deemed sufficient authorization to clear checks
confirmation letter via e-mail; otherwise your confirmation will be      electronically through the Automated Clearing House Network.
sent via fax or mail. You will receive a confirmation of registration
prior to departing for the meeting. If you pre-register and do not       CANCELLATION POLICY
receive a confirmation, please bring a copy of your registration         All registrations are subject to the cancellation policy. Cancellations
form and proof of payment to the registration desk on site.              must be in writing; telephone cancellations will NOT be accepted.

Payment must be received at the time of registration. If no              REFUND POLICY
payment is received with the form, you will be charged the
additional $100 regardless of when the form was received.                Requests for refunds for your registration must be received
                                                                         in writing by the deadline date. Refunds or credits will not be
Registration forms received via fax or the Internet are accepted         given for failure to attend, late arrival, unattended events or early
for individuals paying by credit card only (American Express,            departure. Refunds will be processed after the meeting.
MasterCard, or VISA only).                                                 Deadline Dates:
                                                                           On or before May 30, 2008           Refund less $40 processing fee
REGISTERING VIA THE INTERNET                                               After May 30, 2008                  No refund
You may register for the meeting at                                      Note: If you need to cancel your Lunch & Learning program
https://www.one-stop-registration.com/iadr.                              and/or accompanying person registration, a full refund is available
Within three (3) days of registering, you will receive a final           until May 30, 2008. After that date, no refund is available.
confirmation of your registration. The information supplied on the
Internet is passed through a secured server, but the IADR is not
responsible for any fraudulent credit card transactions. Please note
                                                                           REGISTRATION QUESTIONS?
                                                                           If you have any questions or problems regarding your registration,
that credit card payment is required for those registering online.         please e-mail your message to IADR@laser-registration.com or call
                                                                           +1.514.228.3031 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday.
                                                                           Please note that telephone registrations will not be accepted.


                                                                                                         R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E   12
                         s L O C A L TO U R I N F O R M AT I O N s
 To enhance your enjoyment of Toronto, the IADR has arranged            Exploring Toronto – By Land and By Sea
 with the Welcome To The City, Inc. tour company to offer you           Price: CDN $50.88 per person
 private customized activities. To provide the best possible            -Tour Dates: Tuesday, July 1 and Wednesday, July 2
 service, a Welcome To The City, Inc. Tour Reservation Desk will be     -Bus departs at 10 a.m., returns at 1 p.m.
 located in the IADR registration area at the Convention Centre.        Sit back and relax while an informative and entertaining tour guide shows you
 This desk will handle inquiries regarding any of the pre-arranged      the Toronto we are all proud of! History, Flavor, Architecture! Every city has
 activities outlined below. In addition, information can be obtained    them, but none in a blend quite like Toronto. Visit our beautiful harborfront;
 for additional excursions, attractions, restaurant reservations,       explore the fashion district; feel the power of our financial centre; see the hustle
 theatre tickets and shopping suggestions. Tickets for the tours        and bustle of Chinatown and view the glitter of our theatre districts. Package
                                                                        includes: tour guide, transportation via luxury sightseeing coach, one-hour harbor
 and activities outlined below may be available at the Tour
                                                                        cruise, and all Provincial and Federal taxes (PST and GST).
 Registration Desk during the meeting; however, space is limited,
 and advance registration is advised.
                                                                        Historic Homes – Past to Present
                                                                        Price: CDN $65.72 per person
 Deadline Date: JUNE 4th, 2008
                                                                        - Tour Dates: Wednesday, July 2 and Thursday, July 3
                                                                        - Bus departs at 10 a.m. and returns at 4 p.m.
 Reservations and payments should be sent directly to:
 Mail:     Welcome To The City, Inc.                                    Our Historic tour begins at Spadina, a homestead that has perched high above this
                                                                        city for over 170 years.You’ll enjoy the grand tour of this authentically decorated
           100 Dupont Street, Suite 100
                                                                        house, each room representative of a different era. We will then leave Spadina and
           Toronto, ON, M5R lV2 Canada                                  walk across the street to Casa Loma, the majestic 98-room castle overlooking
 FAX:      +1.416-924-5919 (credit card payments only)                  Toronto. During this self-guided tour (you will be provided a Sony Walkman), you’ll
 E-mail: operations@wttc.com (credit card payments only)                explore the rooms, the secret passages, and the towers at your own pace. We’ll
                                                                        then leave the castle and board the coach for a leisurely drive through Forest
 No reservations will be taken by phone. Tickets will be held in        Hill, arguably one of Toronto’s most prestigious neighborhoods. Now it is time
 your name at the Welcome To The City, Inc. Tour Registration Desk.     to explore Yorkville, Toronto’s most exclusive shopping district. Countless art
                                                                        galleries and antique shops nestle up right next to delectable cafés and bistros.
 All tours will depart from and return to the main entrance of the
                                                                        You never know what, or whom, you may encounter in vibrant Yorkville.You will
 Convention Centre (South Building). Refunds are available until
                                                                        be free to enjoy lunch on your own in this exciting neighborhood, reminiscent
 June 4 , 2008, only. Welcome To The City, Inc. reserves the right to
       th

                                                                        of New York’s Greenwich Village and London’s Seville Row. Package includes:
 cancel tours if the minimum number of registrants is not met;
                                                                        Welcome To The City tour guide, transportation via luxury sightseeing coach,
 registrants will then receive a full refund. Cancelled checks or
                                                                        admissions to Spadina and to Casa Loma, free time in Yorkville, all Provincial and
 credit card charges are considered confirmation for the tours.
                                                                        Federal taxes (PST and GST).

 Interested in Booking a Tour?                                          Niagara Falls
 Please visit the IADR Web site at www.iadr.org for a full              Price: CDN $102.82 per person
 description of each tour and to download a copy of the Tour            - Tour Date: Saturday, July 5
 Form. The complete booking terms and conditions are also               - Bus departs at 9:00 a.m., returns at 5 p.m.
 available on the IADR web site.                                        Spend a day with us as we witness one of nature’s most stunning and powerful
                                                                        forces. Watch millions of gallons of water cascade over Niagara every minute while
                                                                        you hear historic tales of bravery and heroism. Next, we will head to the historic
 TOUR                                                                   village of Niagara-on-the-Lake for lunch. Nestled at the mouth of the Niagara River,
                                                                        Niagara-on-the-Lake is a town of historic homes and shops dating back to the
   QUESTIONS?                                                           1800s. After lunch, there will be free time to spend wandering along Queen Street,
 Telephone reservations will not be accepted, but should you            visiting the Christmas Shop, the Irish Linen Shop, an old-fashioned Apothecary, and
 have any questions, please contact Welcome To The City, Inc. at        much, much more before returning to Toronto. Package includes: tour guide, return
 +1.416.924.4778 or e-mail operations@wttc.com and be sure              transportation to Niagara Falls via luxury sightseeing coach, “Maid of the Mist”,
 to mention “IADR”.                                                     lunch, all food taxes and gratuities, all Provincial and Federal taxes (PST and GST).




13   IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
                                                                     PRE-REGISTRATION FORM
                     86th General Session & Exhibition of the IADR • 32nd Annual Meeting of the CADR
                                      Metro Toronto Convention Centre, ON, Canada
                                    DEADLINES: May 16, 2008 – Presenters
                                               May 30, 2008 – Non-presenters

INSTRUCTIONS:                                                                                                                            RETURN TO:
1. A separate form must be completed for each registrant. Please photocopy this form if you need additional copies.                    IADR 2008
   A letter confirming your registration will be sent to you within five (5) business days after your form is received.             c/o Laser Registration
2. Register immediately online OR complete this form and submit it for processing.                                                  1200 G St., NW
3. Forms received without payment or after May 30, 2008, will be charged the on-site registration fees.                                 Suite 800
                                                                                                                                Washington, DC 20005-3967, USA
4. To register as a member, you must have had your 2008 membership activated or renewed by the time you
   register. If you wish to join the Association to take advantage of the lower membership registration fee, please
                                                                                                                                            FAX:
   pay your dues separately. Membership applications are available online. If your membership dues payment is
   not received and processed by the start of the meeting, you will automatically be charged the full non-member                      +1.514.798.1943
   registration rate for the meeting. This additional charge will be deducted from your credit card. If your original
   payment was by check, you will receive an invoice payable on site at the meeting.                                                 REGISTER ONLINE:
5. Requests for refunds for your registration must be received in writing by the deadline date (full refund minus         https://www.one-stop-registration.com/iadr
   $40 processing fee), and refunds will be processed AFTER the meeting.
                                                                                                                                        QUESTIONS?
6. A letter confirming your registration will be sent to you within three (3) days after your form is received.                     Call: +1.514.228.3031
7. Do NOT submit forms directly to the AADR. Send or fax to Laser Registration at address above.                             E-mail: IADR@laser-registration.com


MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
ID # P __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Division ____________________________________________________________________

Are you a presenter?             q No or q Yes, Abstract ID # __ __ __ __ __

REGISTRANT INFORMATION
Last/Family Name ____________________________________________________________________________________
First Name and Middle Initial ____________________________________________________________________________
Company/Institution __________________________________________________________________________________
Department ________________________________________________________________________________________
Street Address 1 _____________________________________________________________________________________
Street Address 2 _____________________________________________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________________State/Province ________________________________
Country ________________________________________________Postal Code _________________________________
Telephone     (include all country/city codes)   ______________________________Fax _______________________________________
E-mail ____________________________________________________________________________________________

ACCOMPANYING PERSON(S)
Last/Family Name ___________________________________ First Name ________________________________________
Last/Family Name ___________________________________ First Name ________________________________________
Last/Family Name ___________________________________ First Name ________________________________________

LETTER OF INVITATION?                            q Yes, I require an official letter of invitation to initiate the visa process.
Date of Birth ___________________ Passport # _________________________ Nationality _________________________
              month    day   year
                                                                                   (OVER)
                                                      Registration Form Cont’d

First and Last Names: __________________________________________________________________________________

Tel, E-mail or Fax#: __________________________________________________________________________________


PRE-REGISTRATION FEE PER PERSON
                                                                   SPECIAL EVENTS
(by May 30, 2008)
                                                                   Lunch & Learning (Thursday, 12:15 p.m.)               $55
q Member                                  $440 *
                                                                   q Table #1-19: 1st choice _________ or 2nd choice _________
q Non-member                              $695 *
q Student Member                          $150                     Hands-on Workshops (included in registration fee)
q Student Non-member                      $250                     q HOW #1: Wednesday, 9 a.m.
q Retired Member                          $35                      q HOW #2: Wednesday, 2:15 p.m.
q Accompanying Person    $45 x ____ ppl = $______                  q HOW #3: Thursday, 9 a.m.
                                                                   q HOW #5: Friday, 10:45 a.m.
* The on-site fee is $100 more than the Member and Non-member
 pre-registration rates!                                           Dental Materials Group Reception (Thursday, 6:30 p.m.)
                                                                   q # tickets______ x $30 per person =                  $_______


SUBTOTAL FOR REGISTRATION:                      $_________
                                                                   SUBTOTAL FOR SPECIAL EVENTS:                          $_________



                          TOTAL AMOUNT DUE:                                      $______________

PAYMENT INFORMATION
q Check # ____________ for $____________ enclosed (must be payable to the IADR, in U.S. dollars and drawn on a U.S. bank)
q Charge $ ____________ to:        q American Express           q MasterCard      q VISA
(Note: The charge will appear as IADR on your statement.)

Card Number: ______________________________________________________________________________________

Exp: _______ /_______
      MONTH        YEAR

Cardholder Name (print): ______________________________________________________________________________

Cardholder’s Telephone: _____________________________ Cardholder’s E-mail: __________________________________

Signature: ________________________________________ Date: _____________________________________________


Billing Address:

q Same as above
Street: ____________________________________________________________________________________________

City, State/Country/Postal Code__________________________________________________________________________

The IADR reserves the right to charge the correct amount if different from the Total Payment listed above.



                                                                                                             FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

QUESTIONS?                                                                                        Amount pd: $ _____________
 Call: +1.514.228.3031                                                                            CC Auth: $_______________
 E-mail: IADR@laser-registration.com                                                              CK # ___________________
                                                                            HOUSING RESERVATION FORM
DEADLINE DATE:                                          86th General Session & Exhibition of the IADR • 32nd Annual Meeting of the CADR
  June 2, 2008                                                                             Metro Toronto Convention Centre, ON, Canada

INSTRUCTIONS
                                                                                                      CHOOSE ONLY ONE OPTION
1. Reservations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. For best
   availability and immediate confirmation, make your reservation via the internet                    On-line:          https://resweb.passkey.com/go/IADR2008
   using the address below.                                                                           Or Call:          +1.866.371.0398 (US & Canada only) or +1.416.203.2500
2. Please read all hotel information prior to completing and submitting this form                                       (open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST)
   to the Housing Bureau. See pages 9-10 of the registration brochure for all                         Or FAX to:        +1.416.203.8477 (Do NOT mail and FAX, since this will
   details regarding room rates, hotel map, reservation changes, and cancellations.                                     result in duplications.)
3. Keep a copy of this form. Use one form per room required, and make                                 Or Mail to:       IADR Housing Bureau
   additional copies if needed.                                                                                         207 Queen’s Quay West
4. All reservations are being coordinated by the IADR Housing Bureau and NOT                                            PO Box 126, Suite 590
   with the hotels directly.                                                                                            Toronto, ON, M5J 1A7, Canada

GUEST INFORMATION
Last/Family Name____________________________________ First Name _______________________________________
Company __________________________________________________________________________________________
Street Address ______________________________________________________________________________________
City _____________________________ State/Country ________________________ ZIP/Postal Code ________________
Telephone _______________________ (Include all country/city codes) FAX _______________________________________________
E-mail ____________________________________________________________________________________________
(Confirmation will be sent via e-mail if address is provided. A fax or e-mail address is required.)


HOTEL INFORMATION
Arrival Date _________________________ Departure Date___________________________
NOTE: If you arrive at the hotel prior to 2 p.m. and require a room upon arrival, please book the room for
the night prior, to guarantee availability.
Hotel Choices (see page 10 for hotel map and rates)
1. ______________________ 2. _______________________ 3. ______________________
If all three (3) requests are unavailable, please process this reservation according to: q Room Rate                                      or    q Location
Type of Accommodation
# of Beds (check one): q 1 bed                                                       q 2 beds                 q 1-bedroom Suite                 q 2-bedroom Suite
# People (check one):  q 1 person                                                    q 2 people               q 3 people                        q 4 people
Options (check one):   q Standard Room                                               q Club/Deluxe Level (not available at all hotels)
Preferences:                q Non-smoking Room                                       Special Needs _______________________________________________
                                                                                     General Requests _____________________________________________
NOTE: General requests cannot be guaranteed; however, the hotels will do their best to honor all requests.

Name(s) of All Room Occupants (Only registered guests will be provided with a room key)
Please note that additional charges will apply to the third and fourth persons (children under 18 years old are free) occupying the
room (quads are not available at all hotels).
1. ______________________________ 2. _______________________________3. _______________________________

DEPOSIT INFORMATION
A deposit is required to guarantee this reservation.
                                                                                                                                               HOUSING
q Credit Card:        q American Express       q Discover q MasterCard q VISA                                                                  QU ES TIONS?
 Account Number: ___________________________________ Exp Date _______/_______                                                                  Please contact the IADR Housing
                                                                                                                    MONTH      YEAR
                                                                                                                                               Bureau at +1.866.371.0398
  Cardholder Name (print) ____________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                               (U.S. & Canada only) or
  Cardholder’s Signature ______________________________________________________                                                                +1.416.203.2500
 NOTE: Card will act as a late-arrival guarantee only, and no actual amount will be charged to your account.                                   (open Monday through Friday,
q Check for $200 enclosed (in either CDN or US funds [same amount due regardless of currency],                                                 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST) or
                                                                                                                                               housing@torcvb.com, and be
made payable to IADR Housing Bureau). This deposit will be deducted from your bill upon check-out.
                                                                                                                                               sure to mention “IADR” for
No wire transfers will be accepted.                                                                                                            faster service.
                            s UPCOMING MEETINGS s

                         2008                                          2010
                        April 2-5                                    March 3-6
             AADR Annual Meeting & Exhibition           AADR/CADR Annual Meeting & Exhibition
                  Hilton Anatole Hotel                    Washington, D.C. Convention Center
                   Dallas, Texas, USA                           Washington, D.C., USA
                                                                     July 14-17
                         2009                             IADR General Session & Exhibition
                        April 1-4                    Centre de Convencions Internacional Barcelona
       IADR/AADR/CADR General Session & Exhibition                 Barcelona, Spain
             Miami Beach Convention Center
                    Miami, Fla., USA                                   2011
                                                                    March 16-19
                                                     IADR/AADR/CADR General Session & Exhibition
                                                            San Diego Convention Center
                                                                San Diego, Calif., USA




17   IADR GENERAL SESSION & EXHIBITION
                                s T R AV E L I N F O R M AT I O N s
Entry Into Canada from the USA                                         Ground Transportation
Effective January 23, 2007, American visitors traveling by air                 Toronto Pearson International Airport
require a valid passport to re-enter the United States.                                    Airport Code: YYZ
                                                                       Distance from Convention Centre:   16 miles
Airport                                                                Drive time:                        30-40 minutes
Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s principal            Taxi:                              CDN $48 (one way)
airport. Over 75 airlines operate out of Toronto Pearson, either       Airport Express Shuttle:           CDN $16.95 (one way)
through direct flights or as a codeshare with other air carriers to
                                                                       NOTE: Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
over 130 cities around the world.
                                                                       Airport Express service meets guests on the Arrivals level of
You are advised to book as early as possible to get the flight of
                                                                       all terminals. The bus service provides transportation between
your choice! Remember: The Steelback Grand Prix of Toronto is
                                                                       downtown Toronto hotels and the airport throughout the day at
taking place in the downtown area from July 4 to 6, 2008.
                                                                       20- to 30-minute intervals. Airport Express conveniently picks
                                                                       up and drops guests off at the downtown hotels. For the most
                                                                       accurate schedule and fare information, call +1.905.564.6333 or
                                                                       www.torontoairportexpress.com


                            s TO RO N TO I N F O R M AT I O N s
Toronto Is….                                                           Toronto Facts
A city built with and for the limitless imaginations of the people     July 1st is Canada Day – Canada’s national holiday, marking
who come here to live and those who come to visit. It’s a centre       the establishment of Canada as a self-governing country on
of rare openness, energy and style - an intimate metropolis            July 1, 1867. It is a day off from work for most citizens and
showcasing world-class dining, shopping, creativity, architecture      residents, since it is Canada’s main patriotic holiday. Join in the
and entertainment. Its skyline includes the CN Tower, a Modern         fun with several festivals around town and fireworks along the
Wonder of the World; beaches; parks and distinct neighborhoods,        waterfront that evening.
with inspiring surprises around every corner. Beyond the city limits
are fabulous regional attractions, such as Niagara Falls, a renowned   Toronto is home to the world’s longest street - Yonge Street at
wine region and many outdoor adventures. Toronto engages your          1,896 km (1175 miles).
imagination with an experience unlike any the world over.
                                                                       More than 80 different cultures exist in Toronto, and more than
                                                                       100 languages are spoken.

                                                                       Toronto’s Casa Loma is the only real castle in North America!
                        CITY                                           Toronto is considered “Hollywood North” by the film industry.
                      QUESTIONS?
         For more information on the city of Toronto, visit            Toronto is Canada’s largest city, with a population of
                 www.mytorontomeeting.com.                             4.7 million people.

                                                                       Toronto is North America’s 5th largest city, after Mexico City,
                                                                       New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.




                                                                                                      R E G I S T R AT I O N B RO C H U R E   18
            s M E E T I N G & AWA R D S P O N S O R S s
 We thank the following companies for their continued support of the IADR General Session:


           Hospitality & WiFi Centers                                  IADR/AADR William J. Gies Award,
                                                                       IADR Distinguished Service Award



         Fairmont Royal York Hotel Keys                       IADR/CADR Past Presidents’, Editors’ and Executive
  Research in Prosthodontics and Implants Award                Directors’ Lunch, Research in Dental Caries Award




New Member Orientation, IADR Council Dinner,
Research in Prevention Travel Awards & Luncheon,
Meeting-at-a-Glance, Basic Research in Periodontal
Disease Award, H. Trendley Dean Memorial Award                           Distinguished Lecture Series




                                                                             CD-ROM of Abstracts
IADR President’s Induction Ceremony & Reception,
            Young Investigator Award




            “Japan Night” Reception
                                                            IADR Division Travel Awards & Reception, IADR/Unilever
                                                           Hatton Awards Competition, Poster Boards, Basic Research
                                                                       in Biological Mineralization Award


     GSK Innovation in Oral Care Awards



                                                                Conference Bags, Salivary Research Award




     Craniofacial Biology Research Award                      Lion Dental Research Award for Junior Investigators

                                                                 SARNAT FAMILY FOUNDATION
                                                                        Isaac Schour Memorial Award
        E.W. Borrow Memorial Award

                                                          Behavioral Epidemiologic & Health Services Research Award,
                                                             Oral Medicine & Pathology Research Award, Award in
       Research in Oral Biology Award                                      Geriatric Oral Research


                                                           Pharmacology, Therapeutics, & Toxicology Research Award
     Pulp Biology & Regeneration Award


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