The Journal of Orthopaedic Research (JOR) is the official journal of the ORS. Each week, the Editor of the JOR select various articles to highlight in the online member newsletter ORS Connect. This week’s Editor’s Pick article from the March issue is:
Volume 34, Issue 3, pages 369-385, March, 2016
Per Bosemark, Christina Perdikouri, Mea Pelkonen, Hanna Isaksson, and Magnus Tägil
This article will only be open for a limited amount of time.
ICORS 2016 will take place in the Conference Centre, Kempinski Hotel Xian, Xian, Shanxi Province (PR China) from the September 21 – 25, 2016. An exciting and informative scientific and social program is already in the works for this global summit of orthopaedic research. ICORS 2016 will provide a platform for clinicians, scientists, and industries from around the world to discuss current issues and innovations in the field of orthopaedics and related disciplines.
This meeting will be hosted by the Chinese Orthopaedic Research Society and the Chinese Orthopaedic Association.
Registration Deadline: July 31, 2016
The ORS Sun Valley Workshop is widely recognized as having a major impact on scientific thinking in the field of skeletal biology. View the complete tentative agenda here. This year’s sessions include:
Mechanisms and messengers in osteocyte regulation of bone biology and pathophysiology
How Can We Improve Reproducibility in Pre-Clinical Models: Mouse Models?
How Do We Treat Muscle and Bone in Hypophosphatasia?
New Materials-based and Ligand-based Strategies to Stimulate Self-Repair of Tendons and Ligaments
Debate: Is Osteoporosis Overdiagnosed?
How Can Bone and Muscle Health Be Maintained in Cancer Survivors?
How Do We Advance Cell Culture Data on Signaling Between Bone and Skeletal Muscle Cells into in vivo Translational Models?
As one of the core values of the ORS, Advocacy has always been extremely important to the society.
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