The Musculoskeletal Lab at Imperial College will host BORS 2017 (@borsmeeting2017) from the 4-5th September on the South Kensington Campus in central London. The meeting will comprise of a mixture of clinical and scientific sessions. Research talks will be presented by invited speakers including:
Prof Justin Cobb (Imperial)
Prof Elaine Dennison(Southampton)
Prof Daniel Prieto (Oxford)
Dr Chantal Chenu (RVC London)
Prof Julian Jones (Imperial)
Prof Agamemnon Grigoriadis (King's College)
Prof Jonathan Jeffers (Imperial)
For the opportunity to present your work at the meeting, please submit an abstract using the link below. The abstract deadline is 13th April 2017
register now for the meeting by completing the registration
form and following the guidance for online payment of fees.
Travel bursaries are available as described.
Early bird registration closes 30th June 2017.
Following the initiation in 2007 of the very popular international Travelling Fellowships Scheme for Young Investigators, the Executive Committee has approved this scheme for 2018.
The fellowship is as a vital component of the Societies twin objectives of:
• Promoting education,
• Increasing research opportunities for our younger members.
The Scheme involves close collaboration with a number of international centres of excellence in musculoskeletal research and will coincide with the ORS meeting in New Orleans in March 2018.
The closing date for applications is 14th July 2017 - find out moreNews:
BORS is also now on Facebook so don't forget to 'like' us at https://www.facebook.com/borsoc/?fref=ts
Elections to the BORS Executive
We would like to make you aware of two positions that will be vacant on the BORS committee from September 2016:
At this stage we ask you to put yourself or another forward if you think you or another are a good match for these roles.
International Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies
BORS is a member of International Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies (ICORS) a global community of musculoskeletal researchers; basic, translational, and clinical.
The British Orthopaedic Research Society supports the Bone and Joint Decade.