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.

Online registration now open for all

Online registration for ISG 2012 in Aberystwyth is now open for all. Please visit the following link to register for the conference: http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/visitors/forthcomingevents/ses12/registration/.
 
Please note that to qualify to for early registration rates, you need to register by July 11, but I would encourage you to register as soon as possible as places are limited to ensure an intimate and productive meeting.
 
We look forward to welcoming you to Aberystwyth! Further details of the meeting can be found on the main conference page.

Extension to ISG 2012 deadline

Due to popular demand, the deadline for abstracts to the 2012 ISG conference will be extended by one week. If you have not already done so, please send me your abstracts by Wednesday the 28th of March.
 
Details of where to send it are on the main conference page.
 
Thanks and apologies to those of you who stayed up all night to get it to me today!

Information about ISG 2012

The main page for the conference has been updated with details about cost of registration and important dates. Remember that the deadline for submission of abstracts is 21 March. Please see the main page for details: ISG2012

Updates regarding ISG 2012

We are pleased to announce two updates regarding the ISG conference next year. The first is that selected papers will be published as full articles in a special issue of Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (MBEC) following the conference. The second is that the ISB has kindly agreed to award a number of travel grants for students wanting to attend technical group meetings next year. For details of this scheme, see the ISB website.

ISG Session at ISB in Belgium

For those of you coming to the ISB meeting in Belgium in a few weeks, there is a set of sessions devoted to the Technical Groups on the Wednesday morning. As such, there is a special session for the ISG there (Session IX.1 - TG Shoulder, Wednesday 08:30 - 09:45) too, in addition to a number of other sessions featuring shoulder and upper limb biomechanics.
 
We hope to see you there!

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