The Craniofacial Society is an inter-speciality group set up for the study of cleft lip and palate, and other craniofacial anomalies.
Our main functions are to:
Our current membership reflects the composition of teams throughout the country treating patients with cleft lip and palate and craniofacial anomalies. Current members come from the following professions:
Among related and supporting disciplines we attract members who are:
We also have Life Members, Honorary Members and Senior Members.
Annual meetings are held at varying locations around Great Britain and Ireland. Papers and Posters are invited for inclusion in the conference. The Arnold Huddart Medal was established in 1990 for the encouragement of original and promising research papers and is awarded at the conference.
The Council will provide advice and comment on matters as they arise. The Council meets formally twice a year, but the President can be contacted by email at any time.
Information for Members, such as an archive of conference material, newsletters and a Membership Directory is available to members only in the Members Section of this web site.