The ORS is excited to celebrate its 60th Annual Meeting in New Orleans. New Orleans is a fitting location for this special anniversary. It is a city woven with rich history and traditions as well as exciting plans for the future. There is always something to celebrate in New Orleans and the ORS Annual Meeting is no exception!
The ORS 2014 Annual Meeting will overlap with the end of the AAOS Annual Meeting this year. This year, ORS registrants will be able to participate in the AAOS Annual Meeting and AAOS Specialty Day. Click on “ORS/AAOS Collaborating in the Science of Patient Care” below for more information.
The ORS Program Committee invites submissions in ground-breaking, innovative scientific research on musculoskeletal disease.
Deadline for submissions: December 16, 2013 (5pm Central Time)
Even though the system is now closed to submit and edit abstracts, you can still access your submission to:
In today’s tech savvy world we are offered endless opportunities to virtually connect with others but there is still no substitute for face to face interaction.
The Orthopaedic Research Society recognizes that our Annual Meeting attendees seek to maximize these face to face opportunities and fulfill their professional responsibilities while at a location with so many of their colleagues.
This year, the ORS has made available time and space at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans for Ancillary Events.
Connect with the ORS to promote, award and inspire musculoskeletal research. At a time of increasing competition and diminishing financial resources, the ORS and its Annual Meeting are highly cost effective ways to reach an influential and diverse group of orthopaedic researchers and decision makers. Connecting to the ORS demonstrates your commitment to the orthopaedic research community while maximizing your exposure to approximately 3,300 musculoskeletal research professionals.
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Attending the AAOS and ORS Annual Meetings? For the convenience of our attendees attending both the AAOS and ORS Annual Meetings, our rate will be honored prior to the official start of the ORS Annual Meeting (based on availability) so book early!
The ORS invites you to join Active ORS Members who enjoy communicating about great science as they conduct walking tours of the 2014 Annual Meeting Posters. Tours will be conducted on a variety of different topics. Also, we tentatively plan on offering selected tours in the following languages: Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, German and Spanish. More information in December!
Registration for the 2014 Annual Meeting is NOW OPEN
Oct 9-Jan 13, 2014
Jan 14-Feb 24, 2014
March 14-March 18, 2014
|ORS Active/Affiliate Member||$335||$410||$485|
|ORS Associate Member||$185||$260||$335|
|PhD Candidate/Student Non-Member||$235||$310||$385|
The 2014 Research Interest Groups (RIGs) are a unique opportunity to engage colleagues in lively discussions in your area of musculoskeletal research. RIGs foster thoughtful exchange of ideas and forge collaborative partnerships.
Due to the success of these groups over the past three ORS Annual Meetings the ORS will be organizing RIGs for participants attending the 2014 ORS Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
ORS encourages all attendees to make the most of their time in New Orleans by taking advantage of these additional opportunities to network and socialize.
Working Together to Benefit Orthopaedic Healthcare
The ORS Media Relations & Communications Committee announces the Second Annual Video Outreach Competition. This year, researchers are asked to make a video highlighting how the collaborations of scientists, engineers and clinicians are vital to improving orthopaedic healthcare. Break out your camera, show your creative side and make a video about your research!
Videos should not exceed three minutes in length (or 2GB) and should incorporate this year’s theme. Awards will be presented to the winning individual or team at the ORS 2014 Annual Meeting. Winners will be recognized at the ORS 2014 Annual Meeting and receive honorariums of up to $1,500!
The ORS is excited to be returning to the revitalized city of New Orleans for our 60th Annual Meeting.
New Orleans is a city full of history with traditions and customs woven into the fabric of everyday life.
The city is a cultural gumbo … a sensory overload with an authentic spirit … a place like no other … a way of life that began three centuries ago and remains today.
Conveniently situated in the central region of the US, New Orleans is ideal for travelers.