Cell Signaling and the Coupling of Bone Resorption and Formation, Nerves, Bone, Joint Pain and Skeletal Homeostasis, Career Development Workshop; Negotiating Career Transitions, The Identification, Regulation, and Importance of Cortical Porosity, Using Bioimaging and 3D Printing to Regenerate Musculoskeletal Tissue, and Perilacunar Remodeling
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Delivering rhFGF-18 via a bilayer collagen membrane to enhance microfracture treatment of chondral defects in a large animal model
Daniel Howard, John Wardale, Hans Guehring and Frances Henson
The ORS and the Philadelphia Spine Research Society (PSRS) invite you to attend the 3rd International Philadelphia Spine Research Symposium. This exciting multiday meeting will provide a forum for discussion of the latest research, medical innovations, and the most advanced scholarship in Spine Research. This symposium will foster a greater understanding of the clinical problems associated with degenerative disc disease and will highlight the presentation of cutting-edge scientific research in areas of basic biology, epidemiology, and disease mechanisms, biomechanics, tissue engineering, and imaging of the intervertebral disc.
“Presenting at the ORS gives you exposure to the professional society in your field and the possibility to meet other scientists and talk to them. I firmly believe that to reach your goals you cannot be alone, but you need to be part of a society that knows you and your research and is happy to work with you.”
Alessandra Carriero, PhD, ORS Board of Directors, Associate Member-at-Large
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology
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