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.

ISG2010 General Registration Now Open

The 8th meeting of the International Shoulder Group, ISG 2010, will be held at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, July 25-27th, 2010. Additional conference information is available at http://www.inail-starter.org/ISG2010.html. This conference presents research and education in the areas of shoulder biomechanics, clinical, sports, and
rehabilitation science. Titles of accepted abstracts are available on the web site.

General registration is now open through the following link: http://register.cce.umn.edu/Course.pl?sect_key=184057, and will be open until July 1st. Housing information is included on the website. Early registration is encouraged to secure low cost housing options.

If you encounter difficulties with registration or have questions about the conference, please email Rich Adamczak (adamc002@umn.edu) or Paula Ludewig (ludew001@umn.edu), respectively.

ISG Registration now open

REGISTRATION to the ISG conference is NOW OPEN through this link:

http://register.cce.umn.edu/Course.pl?sect_key=184057

Those presenting a poster or platform are asked to register by APRIL 15th to confirm their registration.

Additional information on the conference is available on the website:
http://www.inail-starter.org/ISG2010.html

Details of student travel awards for ISG 2010

ISG 2010
http://www.inail-starter.org/ISG2010.html
July 25-27, 2010
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA

Student Travel Award Announcement

1. Three $500.00 travel awards will be made available to students to attend ISG 2010 in Minneapolis.

2. Students receiving funding will be expected to present a current research project at the meeting in a special student platform session.

3. Students wishing to compete for a travel award will submit a cover letter and short essay explaining their goals while at the meeting and how attendance at the meeting will be benefit them as a student. The essay is limited to one typed page. Preference will be given to students who would not otherwise attend the meeting.

4. The cover letter should include the applicant's name, contact information including email, the institution you are attending and advisor you are working with, the general area of your dissertation work, and your current stage of degree progress.

5. Members of the current Board of Directors and the Organizing Committee of the 2010 meeting will select the award winners.

6. Applications are due March 20th, with notification of awards anticipated by April 1st. If accepted, applicants will be required to submit an abstract of their presentation using the conference template no later than May 1st. Reimbursement of award amounts will be issued at the meeting.

7. Submit the application materials by email as pdf files to John Borstad, John.Borstad@osumc.edu.

ISG2010 Abstract deadline extended

The deadline for submission of abstracts for ISG2010 has been extended to February 5th. Abstracts should be sent to sark0056@umn.edu by this date. More details can be found on the conference website: http://www.inail-starter.org/ISG2010.html.

Also, see the attached flyer.

Call for Abstracts

You are invited to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2010 ISG conference. Abstracts in all areas of shoulder biomechanics are of interest including basic science, engineering, and clinical science.

For further details and to download an abstract template, go to http://www.inail-starter.org/ISG2010.html. The deadline for submission of abstracts is January 15th 2010.

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