The ICORS 2019 meeting will highlight advances in orthopaedic research with an emphasis on how new discoveries translate into improved clinical care – from the bench to the bedside.
There will be a focus on timely and relevant research themes with world-renowned invited speakers. Workshops, symposia and lectures will ensure a well-rounded educational experience for all attendees.
June 19-22, 2019, at the Palais des congrès,201 Viger Ave W, Montreal, QC H2Z 1X7
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The 58th International Spinal Cord Annual Scientific Meeting – ISCoS 2019, will take place at the Nice Acropolis Convention Centre, France from 5 - 7 November 2019.
ISCoS 2019 will attract around 1,200 Spinal Cord Injury specialists, mostly SCI doctors, however in recent years the annual meeting has become more interdisciplinary and brings together a varied group including nurses, neurologists, neurosurgeons, traumotologists, physical therapists, social workers, occupational therapists orthopaedic surgeons, psychologists, sports therapists and urologists. The educational programme will encourage these delegates to share knowledge and experience as they research the new innovations within their fields.
For more information about the meeting, please visit www.iscosmeetings2019.org.
SCI Summit ASIA 2019 The Hawaiian location offers unique excursions and experiences for attendees. The conference will feature State of the Science (SOS) courses on Neuroimaging, Clinical Implementation, and Spinal Cord Learning. Dr. Adam Ferguson, PhD will discuss “Big Data” in SCI analytics and how applying basic science research methods to acute SCI clinical data is changing practice in the TRACK SCI program at University of California, San Francisco. Keynote speaker Michael Sofroniew, MD, PhD (UCLA) will talk about his work to better understand the central nervous system’s response to spinal cord injury through the lens of cell biology. We look forward to seeing you in Waikiki in April to soak up the sun and great science!