Hosted by the ORS Media Relations and Communications Committee, the goal of the ORS Video Outreach Competition is to encourage orthopaedic researchers to educate the public and media about significant musculoskeletal research topics in very innovative, accessible, understandable and fun ways. The theme of this year’s competition is Explain Orthopaedic Research to the General Public.
This issue includes papers that improve understanding of disc biology, degeneration and pain, and it is our hope that these advances will stimulate further research to impact spine science for many years. The next issue in this series will focus on translational research with a focus on innovations in repair and regeneration.
This growing passion for advancing spine research and improving spinal health has ignited the spine research community to coalesce within the Orthopaedic Research Society as the newly formed Spine Section in order to enhance communication and collaboration.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
12:00PM – 1:00PM (Central)
Organized by the ORS Meniscus Section, this webinar is the first in an educational series that will present the current state of the field and help identify challenges. The first webinar will cover clinical care and challenges with presentations by Dr. Oliver Kessler from Zurich, and Dr. Aaron Krych from Mayo Clinic. The webinar is targeted to both basic and translational scientists interested in learning about the clinical treatments for meniscus injuries and challenges that remain with successful treatment.
The webinar is FREE for ORS Members (Non-member fee: $29)
As one of the core values of the ORS, Advocacy has always been extremely important to the society.
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