International Clinical Dental Research Organisation (ICDRO) is a non profit organisation and has been given “Charitable Institution” status by Income Tax Department, Government of India (PN/CIT-1/Regn/12 A(a)/140/2013-14/3596)
Ever since its inception in 2009, ICDRO has been an active scientific body. JICDRO is a scientific journal under the aegis of ICDRO and is now in its 7th year of publication. In 2009 ICDRO organized a national workshop on periodontal medicine & in consecutive succession in 2011, 2012 and 2013, international conferences like ICDRO World Congress were also a part of the scientific activitiy. These congresses have seen the academicians of international repute , across the world , interact with their active partipication. The main goal of ICDRO is on providing “affordable dental care“ to masses in sub-urban and rural population. ICDRO plans to open 25 dental centres in Pune district in order to reach out to the masses. ICDRO also plans to establish ‘ Tobacco De-addiction Centres ’. Objective is to educate, motivate and counsel the common mass about the ill- effects of tobacco consumption on oral and systemic health . Community awareness programmes would also be a part of this initiative.ICDRO is raising donations from individuals ,corporates and government to promote research in areas of oral cancer, periodontal medicine, cleft lip-palate, dental tissue engineering and innovations in dental material science.
Journal of the International Clinical Dental Research Organisation (JICDRO, Print ISSN: 2231-0754, E-ISSN: 2231-5357), is peer reviewed, bi- annual journal. The journal publishes papers related to the theme ‘INNOVATIONS IN DENTISTRY’. We have different sections related to INNOVATIONS IN CLINICAL DENTISTRY, INNOVATIONS IN BASIC RESEARCH, REVIEW ARTICLES ON NEW DENTAL TECHNOLOGY AND MATERIALS. The Journal encourages bringing together academicians and clinicians to be a part of this initiative by contributing, reviewing and thus promoting scientific works and science. JICDRO is a UGC approved journal (Journal no. 63927).
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Journal of the International Clinical Dental Research Organisation (JICDRO) is a multispecialty journal of Dentistry and invites manuscripts from authors in the different fields of dentistry. JICDRO invites scientific submission from the authors in the following categories: Original Research (Basic And Clinical), Evidence based/Systematic reviews articles, Clinical Science and Techniques/Case reports (with discussion), Short Communications, Letter to the Editor, Commentaries , Special Features etc.
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