How to join:

The British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) is a multidisciplinary association founded in 1961 and devoted to pursuing research relevant to orthopaedic and musculoskeletal surgery. The research interests of its membership (currently over 400) are varied and include:

Biological Science
Osteo-articular Pathology
Cell and Molecular Biology
Medical Imaging
Patient Management

Benefits of membership include:

● reduced registration fees at annual BORS meeting
● abstracts published in The Bone & Joint Journal, formerly known as JBJS (Br)
● eligibility for BORS prizes and travelling fellowships
● BORS/BOTA prizes at BOA
● BORS/ORS biannual travelling fellowship
● access to on-line membership
● access to network of skilled professionals and scientists
● eligibility to serve on BORS committee
● BORS annual membership is only GBP40.00 per annum

To join BORS please download and complete an application form and a direct debit authority form.

Please send completed application and Direct Debit authority forms to:

Rachel Godfrey
BORS Administrator
JRU/ Sarcoma Unit
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
Brockley Hill

BORS holds a meeting once a year in the summer and this is open to all who have an interest in orthopaedic science.