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 Register Today for the New ASBMR Emerging Investigator Program
at the 2018 Annual Meeting!

If you’re an early career investigator within the field of bone, mineral and musculoskeletal research and/or a first-time attendee of the ASBMR Annual Meeting, the Emerging Investigator’s Program was designed just for you! This special one-day program, taking place Friday, September 28, offers you the opportunity to learn more about the meeting, network with both young and established investigators, attend presentations by respected expert panelists, and more! Program highlights include:

  • A Peer to Peer Career Networking Mentor Breakfast
  • Networking Luncheon with ASBMR Leaders, NIH and International Funders
  • Welcome Reception & Poster Session
  • Early Career Investigator Happy Hour
  • Early Career Investigators After-Party

To participate in the Emerging Investigator’s Program, be sure to add it on during the registration process for just $25! Click here to register!


Register for the August 21st Career Development Webinar:
"Grant Writing for All: Top Tips for Getting Your Grant to Stand Out"

The Career Development Webinar you’ve all been waiting for is finally here! Regardless of your career stage or what country you live and work, this webinar will provide guidance for beginners and experienced grant-writers alike. Dr. Jane Cauley, Ph.D. (ASBMR Past-President) will draw upon her experience in grant writing to give you the advice you need to take your grant writing to the next level and get your research funded. This webinar will focus on the following four aspects of a grant:

  • Specific Aims
  • Overall Impact
  • Innovation
  • Alternative approaches

This webinar will be held Tuesday, August 21st at 12:00 PM EDT. This webinar is free to attend, so click here to register today!


Join Us for the Women in Bone Evening Networking Reception
at the 2018 Annual Meeting!

The Women in Bone and Mineral Research Committee invites all colleagues to attend their Evening Networking Reception at the 2018 Annual Meeting. Moderated by the ASBMR Women’s Committee Chair, Roberta Faccio, Ph.D., panelists including Douglas Kiel, M.D., MPH, Emma Duncan, MBBS, Ph.D., Johannes van Leeuwen, Ph.D., and Laurie McCauley, D.D.S., Ph.D. will discuss this year’s topic, “Bridging the Gender Gap: The Female Academic Experience.” With time for networking before and after, the panelists’ discussion will focus around what current department chairs are doing to help make the academic work environment more open and equal for women in science. This reception will be held on Friday, September 28th from 8:00PM to 9:30 PM. This event is free to all registered Annual Meeting attendees, so click here to register today!


Seventh Annual FASEB BioArt Competition –
Accepting Submissions through August 30!

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) invites researchers at all levels to enter the 2018 BioArt competition. Join FASEB in unleashing the art of science and help promote the beauty, breadth, and value of your research and the entire biomedical community. Click here to submit your most visually compelling research image or video by August 30, 2018.


Register for Own the Bone Webinar on August 23rd:
“Financial Implications of Secondary Fx Prevention”

Doug Lundy, MD, MBA, FAOA from Resurgens Orthopaedics joins Own the Bone on August 23 at 6:00 PM EDT to discuss the impact of bundled payments on osteoporosis care and strategies for providing cost-effective care within changing payment model systems. Learn about the financial considerations to account for when beginning or continuing your secondary fracture prevention program. CME credit (0.75 hours) is available for this live event and the cost is $25 for clinicians claiming CME. This webinar is complementary for Own the Bone subscribers and clinicians unable to claim CME. Click here to learn more and register.

JBMR Highlights
Serotonin – a new potential risk factor for falls, low BMD and fracture
Peter Vestergaard
Accepted manuscript online: 3 AUG 2018
The Spectrum of Fundamental Basic Science Discoveries Contributing to Organismal Aging
Joshua N. Farr and Maria Almeida
Accepted manuscript online: 3 AUG 2018
The lysosomal protein arylsulfatase B is a key enzyme involved in skeletal turnover
Sandra Pohl, Alexandra Angermann, Anke Jeschke, Gretl Hendrickx, Timur A Yorgan, Georgia Makrypidi-Fraune, Anita Steigert, Sonja C Kuehn, Tim Rolvien, Michaela Schweizer, Till Koehne, Mona Neven, Olga Winter, Renata Voltolini Velho, Joachim Albers, Thomas Streichert, Jan M Pestka, Christina Baldauf, Sandra Breyer, Ralf Stuecker, Nicole Muschol, Timothy M Cox, Paul Saftig, Chiara Paganini, Antonio Rossi, Michael Amling, Thomas Braulke and Thorsten Schinke
Accepted manuscript online: 3 AUG 2018
Chronic Kidney Disease is Associated with Greater Bone Marrow Adiposity
Gina N. Woods, Susan K. Ewing, Sigurdur Sigurdsson, Deborah M. Kado, Joachim H. Ix, Trisha F. Hue, Gudny Eiriksdottir, Kaipin Xu, Vilmundur Gudnason, Thomas J. Lang, Eric Vittinghoff, Tamara B. Harris, Clifford J. Rosen, Xiaojuan Li and Ann V. Schwartz
Accepted manuscript online: 3 AUG 2018
Bone Science in the News
Soy Diets Might Increase Women’s Bone Strength
Medical Xpress (8/7/2018)
Warm Needle Acupuncture in Primary Osteoporosis Management: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Acupuncture in Medicine (2018)
Researchers Find Treatment for Ultra-Rare Disease
Medical Xpress (8/1/2018)
The Epidemiology and Economic Burden of Hip Fractures in Israel
Israel Journal of Health Policy and Research (8/2/2018)

Study Explores if Exercise Can Help Prevent Weight Loss-Induced Bone Loss in Older Adults
News-Medical.net (8/9/2018)
Events Calendar
August 21, 2018
Career Development Webinar: “Grant Writing for All: Top Tips for Getting Your Grant to Stand Out”
Online webinar
August 23, 2018
Own the Bone Webinar: “Financial Implications of Secondary Fx Prevention”
Online webinar
September 2 - 5, 2018
28th ANZBMS Annual Scientific Meeting
Queenstown, New Zealand
September 6 - 7, 2018
Annual Conference on Orthopedics and Rheumatology
Bangkok, Thailand
Contact ASBMR
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Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036-3309 USA
Tel.: +1 (202) 367-1161
Fax: +1 (202) 367-2161
Email: asbmr@asbmr.org

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