The ISG is a technical group of the International Society of Biomechanics, and aims to enhance shoulder research by creating a platform for discussion and the exchange of information, software and data.

Minutes of ISG General Meeting 2006

Chicago, October 10 2006

Frans van der Helm

21 persons present in the Auditorium, during the lunch break of the 6th conference of the International Shoulder Group. Meeting is presided over by Ed Chadwick (CWRU).

1. Thanks

The ISG community wishes to thank Jules Dewald for the excellent organization of the meeting, shown by a great round of applause.

Last Call for Ballots

The deadline for (email) voting in the ISG board member elections has been extended to Monday the 9th October. If you haven't already voted, please do so by Monday. This will allow us to present the results of the ballot at the meeting in Chicago on Tuesday. Your vote must be sent by email to ludew001@umn.edu or phadk002@umn.edu. If you haven't already voted, you will have a final chance at the meeting.

For full details, see http://isg.case.edu/node/71.

Meeting schedule added to website

The Final Schedule for the ISG 2006 meeting in Chicago next week has been added to the website. Travel information has also been added to the meeting page.

ISG2006 registration now open

Registration for ISG2006 in Chicago is now open at https://www.regonline.com/ISG2006.

Abstracts will continue to be accepted until the end of this week, Friday September 8. The notification of acceptance date will remain September 15 and late registration will now begin after September 20.

See http://internationalshouldergroup.org/isg2006 for full details of the conference.

Reminder of ISG voting deadline

This is a reminder that the deadline for voting in the ISG committee elections is September 1st 2006. The ballot must be returned by email to ludew001@umn.edu or phadk002@umn.edu or regular mail to Vandana Phadke, Program in PT, MMC 388, The University of Minnesota, 420 Delaware St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455, by that date.

For full details, see http://isg.case.edu/node/71.

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