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    Register by July 21 for the ASBMR 2011 Annual Meeting and Save

    Date: July 13, 2011

    Annual Meeting

    Register by July 21 for the ASBMR 2011 Annual Meeting and Save

    The ASBMR 2011 Annual Meeting, September 16-20 in San Diego, is your passport to the world of bone and mineral research. It's the premier international scientific meeting in the bone and mineral field, and will keep you abreast of the most current and significant advances in biomedical and clinical research.

    View the Preliminary Program to learn more about the numerous educational and networking opportunities available at this year's conference. Register on or before July 21, 2011 to save up to $125 off the full registration fee. Don't miss out on your opportunity to witness firsthand the latest developments in research, technology and treatment!

    Choose from more than 100 scientific sessions highlighting the most recent developments in research, including:

    • Gerald D. Aurbach Memorial Lecture - MicroRNA Control of Muscle Development and Disease, Eric Olson, Ph.D., UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, USA
    • Louis V. Avioli Memorial Lecture - Osteocytes: The Great Communicators, Lynda Bonewald, Ph.D., University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA
    • Plenary Symposia - Muscle and Bone Interactions; Lipotoxicity: Bad to the Bone; Novel Genetic and Epigenetic Approaches to Human Disease
    • ASBMR/ECTS Clinical Debate - Calcium Supplementation Is Safe and Effective

    There will also be more than 1,400 posters and 35 Meet-the-Professor sessions during which you can engage with your colleagues and their research.

    In addition to fascinating research presentations, there will also be numerous networking and social opportunities available for you to connect with colleagues.

    Don't delay-register online on or before July 21, 2011, and save $125 on the registration fee for this exciting event!

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