The Sun Valley Workshop, August 7 – 10, 2016, provides a unique forum for experts in musculoskeletal biology to consider challenges, questions, and problems. View the Sun Valley Workshop agenda here.
Deadline for online registration:
July 27, 2016.
ORS Ambassadors are dynamic leaders who represent the ORS in their state, region or country. They facilitate networking, professional development and collaboration in an effort to strengthen the ORS and musculoskeletal science on a global level. Learn more.
The ORS Program Committee seeks abstracts on a wide spectrum of research topics focused on the prevention and treatment of orthopaedic conditions, and on basic biology and function of musculoskeletal tissues. Deadline to submit abstracts is Monday, August 29, 2016.
The themes and sessions in the Annual Meeting program are not prescribed by the ORS Program Committee but directly represent the abstract submissions. If you would like to see more of a certain topic, please encourage your colleagues in that area to submit to the ORS.
No one knows the benefits of ORS membership better than a member. A personal invitation by a current ORS member is the most cited reason new members join the Society. Through the month of August we are seeking to recruit 250 new ORS members; 115 Active (established investigators) and 133 Associate (student/trainee).
We would like our members to recruit at least one new member. For some added fun, each time you recruit a member your name will be added to a drawing for a special ORS prize!
Who is ready to accept the challenge? Please forward the online application to your recruit today!
If you need more information about benefits of membership or a more formal invitation email we’ve provided some additional resources.
As one of the core values of the ORS, Advocacy has always been extremely important to the society.
Strategic partnerships are key to increasing the society’s effectiveness.
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