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    Sessions of Interest

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    2015 Mentor Booklet

    Download the 2015 Mentor Booklet

    Making the Most of Your ASBMR 2015 Annual Meeting Experience

    View the recording of the webinar: Making the Most of your ASBMR 2015 Annual Meeting Experience. Speakers include ASBMR 2016 Program Committee Co-Chair, Jennifer Westendorf, Ph.D.; Young Investigator Subcommittee Co-Chair Meghan McGee-Lawrence, Ph.D.; and Young Investigator Subcommittee member Robyn Fuchs, Ph.D., who highlight career development sessions, networking opportunities and important scientific sessions that you won’t want to miss.  Theyalso provide tips for making the most of networking opportunities and planning your schedule while in Seattle.

    Friday, October 9

    Highlights of the ASBMR 2014 Annual Meeting
    10:00 am – 11:30 am

    This session is of interest to all health professionals, first-time meeting attendees, young investigators, individuals new to the field, nurses, clinical research study coordinators, physical therapists and/or those seeking guidance in navigating through the extensive ASBMR program.

    Saturday, October 10

    ASBMR Networking Event
    8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

    Enjoy an engaging and energetic live music performance with Howl at the Moon’s world famous dueling piano show! Build new connections, meet with old friends, and dance the night away while listening to experienced musicians perform a medley of songs that will satisfy your musical tastes, no matter what your favorite genre is. One ticket is included in your registration fee.

    Ongoing Opportunities

    Poster Tours
    Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11

    These poster tours will be guided by a prominent scientist in the bone field to assist attendees in navigating the science within the poster hall. Participants will be able to choose between tours focused on either basic or clinical science. The tours will begin at the ASBMR Networking Center located in Discovery Hall and will last approximately 60 minutes. 

    Meet-the-Professor Sessions
    Friday, October 9 through Monday, October 12

    The Meet-the-Professor Sessions are informal sessions designed to provide an opportunity to interact with experts in an intimate setting and discuss specific clinical and research topics. Please be sure to purchase a Meet-the-Professor Handout Booklet that contains all the handouts supplied by the professors. The booklet can be purchased when you register for $20 USD and picked up on site at the Convention Center. Handout booklets will also be available in PDF form for download in advance of the meeting at no charge to members and meeting attendees.

    Download the Meet-the-Professor Handout Booklet

    Not an ASBMR member? JOIN NOW!

    What is the ASBMR?

    • The premier professional, scientific and medical society for bone and mineral researchers and clinicians
    • A highly effective voice for advocacy and science policy for nearly 4,000 scientists and clinicians from 60 countries
    • The publisher of the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (JBMR) and the field’s most widely disseminated textbook, the Primer on the Metabolic Bone and Diseases and Disorders of Mineral Metabolism (Primer).

    What does ASBMR Membership Offer?

    • The ability to present and sponsor an abstract at ASBMR Meetings
    • 12 issues of the JBMR and online access (JBMR impact factor of 6.832), including the Annual Meeting Abstracts supplement complimentary copy of the Primer and weekly ASBMR e-News.
    • Discounted registration fees for ASBMR Meetings
    • Year-round access to the ASBMR Online Job Placement Service

    Have Questions about ASBMR Membership?

    Visit the ASBMR Booth located in the ASBMR Networking Center for more information.  Don’t miss your chance to be a member of the leading organization in the field of bone and mineral metabolism.

    Discover Seattle

    With sky-high mountain top and waterfront views this city is a destination filled with sublime weather, shopping, culture and cuisine. There's always something to do around the city or Elliott Bay. By day, you’ll find downtown’s Washington State Convention Center central and convenient, as the facility is set within walking distance of Seattle’s major attractions, hotels, restaurants, and shops.

    Just a short distance from the Washington State Convention Center, attendees will find one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, the International District, filled with the city’s top places to eat, drink and admire. You are invited to explore and experience all of the things that make this unique city one in a million.