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Submit Your Case for Review for the 2019 Annual Meeting
Challenge the Experts Session

The ASBMR 2019 Annual Meeting will be holding a session format designed for clinicians where a panel of clinical experts will share their approach to challenging clinical cases. Do you have a challenging case for the panel of experts?  Submit your case for presentation consideration. Participants with accepted cases will be acknowledged during the session. All cases must be submitted by this Tuesday, May 14. Please be advised that the information presented in this session is for educational purposes only and is not meant to constitute medical advice.

 

How Can I Share My Published Work?

Did you know you can send your published article from JBMR® or JBMR® Plus to peers and non-subscribers without downloading the PDF? Articles can be shared via email, social channels, author websites, and institutional repositories, and anyone you share the link with will receive complimentary access to this article. You can get your personal link here, or right from your article page. Look for the “Share” icon above the abstract.
 
Learn more about this tool and how ASBMR and Wiley are working together to maximize the reach of your research here.

 

Deadline Tomorrow: Submit Your Abstract for the XIVth Congress of the International Society of Bone Morphometry


The 14th Congress of the International Society of Bone Morphometry (ISBM) will occur this year immediately following the ASBMR Annual Meeting, from September 23rd to September 26th in Lake Buena Vista, FL. The main goals of the ISBM Congress are to emphasize the importance of traditional morphometric techniques in the field of bone research and to make attendees aware of new technologies that result in refinements and advances in bone morphometric analyses. All individuals interested in presenting at the XIVth Congress of the International Society of Bone Morphometry are required to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation by Friday, May 10, 2019. Travel grants will be available for graduate students and post docs who are first authors of highly scored abstracts. To see the abstract requirements, submit an abstract, or learn more about this event, please visit the Congress Website.
 

Apply for Funding to Attend the 5th Joint Meeting of the
Bone Research Society and British Orthopaedic Research Society

ASBMR is pleased to announce the availability of funding for two (2) Young Investigator Awards ($1,500 each) to enable attendance and presentation of research at the 5th joint meeting of the Bone Research Society and British Orthopaedic Research Society, Cardiff, UK, September 4th - 6th 2019. If you are interested in applying for this funding please access conference details and submit an abstract on the BRS Annual Meeting Website. Please also email the conference organiser - Joanne McBratney, Hg3 Conferences Ltd, at Joanne.McBratney@hg3.co.uk - to register your interest in one of these awards. The abstract deadline is Friday, May 17, 2019.

 

Join ASBMR as We Count Down to Mother’s Day 2019!


May is National Osteoporosis Month, and this week ASBMR is counting down to Mother's Day 2019 with stories of how osteoporosis has affected women across the globe. If osteoporosis has affected a woman in your family, ASBMR wants to hear about it and share your story! Members are encouraged to fill out this short form between now and May 31, 2019, and ASBMR will share your stories via Facebook and Twitter. The goal of this campaign is to help increase public awareness of osteoporosis and highlight the scientific advances that our community has made in the research of osteoporosis to date. Please take a moment and share with the world why the work you do changes lives.
 

It's National Osteoporosis Month - ARE YOU IN?


This is a special time for the ASBMR Fund for Research and Education.  Not only is it National Osteoporosis Month, it’s a time to celebrate bone health and an opportunity to make a difference for those who will lead the bone, mineral and musculoskeletal field in the future. 

BE IN and help build the Fund’s grant opportunities for our Young Investigators by donating to the Fund.  Watch the video above to see who’s in and hear the way the ASBMR Fund for Research and Education impacts young investigators building their careers.  Most importantly, every donation you give during the month of May will be matched dollar for dollar thanks to the ASBMR. Click here to make your donation today.
 

Statement by Research!America President and CEO Mary Woolley on Labor-HHS-Education Markup


Yesterday, the House Appropriations Committee passed the FY20 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education legislation. The measure is a positive step forward in ensuring cutting-edge medical and public health research will continue and be further accelerated. We applaud the Committee for providing an additional $2 billion for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) which will advance the NIH’s foundational role in discovering answers to deadly and costly diseases.

Importantly, however, this legislation and the Senate’s forthcoming appropriations measures cannot meet the needs and aspirations of the American people unless and until Congress and President Trump forge an agreement to raise the out of date and out of step sequestration budget caps. Instead of forward momentum, these caps drag our nation down, enabling competitor nations to outpace ours in R&D essential to health and economic security. As appropriators work to structure the FY20 budget, we call on Congressional leadership and President Trump to place a strategically sound foundation beneath it by raising the budget caps.
 
JBMR® Highlights
New Digital Collection!
Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Mechanisms and New Therapies
Bone Science in the News
Using exercise to improve bone health in athletes with Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport
British Journal of Sports Medicine (5/8/2019)
 
What’s Your Moonshot? EpiBone’s Nina Tandon Combines Stem Cells and 3D Printing to Make Skeletal Implants
Newsweek (5/7/2019)
 
Messenger Cells Bring Good News for Bone Healing
Laboratory Equipment (5/7/2019)
 
Neuro-musculoskeletal flexible multibody simulation yields a framework for efficient bone failure risk assessment
Nature Scientific Reports (5/6/2019)
Events Calendar
May 11 - 14, 2019
ECTS 2019
Budapest, Hungary
 
May 13, 2019
Fifth Annual Skeletal Research Symposium
Boston, MA, United States

May 29 – June 1, 2019
Vitamin D Workshop
New York, NY, USA
 
May 30 – June 1, 2019
7th Seoul Symposium on Bone Health
Seoul, Republic of Korea
 
May 31 – June 1, 2019
Wisconsin Bone Club
Madison, WI, USA
Contact ASBMR
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Email: asbmr@asbmr.org


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