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ORS 2016 Annual Meeting

resizedThe ORS is a community of a diverse and global network of leading musculoskeletal investigators. Join us for the 2016 Annual Meeting, March 5 – 8 in Orlando, Florida where authors will present over 2,200 scientific abstracts focusing on the most innovative and cutting-edge science in the field.

ORS will also host scientific workshops, professional advancement sessions, and mentoring programs to ensure your success and provide you with information that will help you to move forward in this exciting field!

For a detailed scheduled see the Annual Meeting schedule.

Register today!  Deadline to pre-register, February 12, 2016

International Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies (ICORS) 2016

ICORS 2016ICORS 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.

Abstract Submission Deadline: March 31, 2016



JOR: Special Open Access Issue

JOR cover january 2016A message from Editor in Chief, Linda J. Sandell:

Welcome to the first issue of the Journal of Orthopaedic Research (JOR) for 2016. Our goal is to celebrate orthopaedic research and develop a community of orthopaedic scientists.

The January issue is special in that it will be open access all year! So, please take your time to “page through” the entire issue. In particular, I direct your attention to a new addition: Commentaries on JOR Articles. In the January issue, Clark Hung and Gerard Arteshian have commented on OARSI Osteoarthritis Cartilage Histopathology Assessment System: A Biomechanical Evaluation in the Human Knee by Waldstein et al. and Ivan Martin and Ralph Duhr have commented on the article Improving Translation Success of Cell-Based Therapies in Orthopaedics by Bara et al. We also have a review of the Kappa Delta Award winning work of William Bugbee. Lastly, please take a quick look at my Editorial where we highlight recent changes in the JOR to increase our service to members and readers.




Advocacy in the US

As one of the core values of the ORS, Advocacy has always been extremely important to the society.

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Strategic Partners

Strategic partnerships are key to increasing the society’s effectiveness.

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ORS Job Board

Register in our Career Center and explore a database of careers in orthopaedic research.

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