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mfeltner50
05-08-2000, 06:56 AM
** FINAL REMINDER **

Colleagues,

I would like to encourage all members of our community to consider attending
this year's Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The conference dates are May 31 to June 3,
2000. Program and conference details are available at the ACSM website
(http://www.acsm.org and http://www.acsm.org/conferencesMeetings.htm). In
addition, session and paper abstracts can be viewed online at
http://www.faseb.org/cgi-bin/acsm00-cgi/acsm00

Highlights of the Biomechanics-Related programming are shown below.
(Session dates and times are subject to change)

Wednesday May 31, 2000

8:00 Presidents Lecture: "Elastic Structures in the Leg, and Their Roles
in Running" by R. McNeil Alexander,Ph.D.
9:00 Free Communication-Poster: Muscle Mechanics
Free Communication-Slide: Musculoskeletal mechanics
Mini-symposium: Bone health in the elderly
10:45 Mini-symposium: Influence of Segmental Coupling on Patellofemoral
Mechanics
Free Communication-Slide: Gait mechanics
Clinical workshop: Athletic shoe wear
2:30 Symposium: Biomechanics of musculoskeletal injuries in young
athletes.
Mini-symposium: Variability and stability: a dynamical systems
perspective.
Clinical colloquium: The vastus medialis oblique: anatomical
structure, anomaly, or myth.
4:15 Free Communication-Slide: Aging and lower extremity muscle force

Thursday June 1, 2000

9:00 Symposium: Graying of sports medicine: treating active patients over
the age of 60.
Symposium: Muscle-Nerve interactions and fiber type: From impulse to
gene
Free Communication-Slide: Running mechanics and injury
10:45 Free Communication-Slide: Mechanics of wheelchair sports performance
1:15 Symposium: Understanding Osteoarthritis: basic science to
intervention techniques.
Mini-symposium: Biomechanical neuromuscular, economy considerations
for amputee locomotion.
2:00 Free Communication-Poster: Strength, balance, and physical function
Colloquium: Controlling skeletal muscle: From motor unit to
sarcomere.
3:00 Free Communication-Slide: Biomechanics of sport.
5:45 Biomechanics Interest Group Meeting - sponsored by Motion Analysis
Corporation

Friday June 2, 2000

9:00 Free Communication-Poster: Biomechanics
Symposium: Electromyography: Interpretation and Application in
Exercise Science
Mini-symposium: Use of DXA to estimate geometric parameters of bone
tissue.
Clinical lecture: Carpal tunnel syndrome: How work related is it?
10:45 Free Communication-Slide: Biomechanics of the injured knee
Mini-symposium: ECSS Exchange Lecture - Stretch Shortening Cycle
Revisited
2:30: Symposium: Mechanics of loading bone: Bridging the gap between
animal and human studies
Mini-symposium: H-Reflex: Description and applications
Clinical colloquium: Biomechanics of throwing
Thematic poster: Landing & jumping mechanics
Free Communication-Poster: Gait and orthotics

Saturday June 3, 2000

9:00 Symposium: Disuse muscle atrophy: Consequences, mechanisms, and
countermeasures
Free Communication-Poster: Balance and flexibility
Free Communication-Slide: Muscle mechanics and fatigue
10:45 Conversational forum: Interpreting joint power in biomechanics
research.
Free Communication-Slide: Sport biomechanics
1:30 Mini-symposium: Simulating human motion.
Thematic poster: Balance and posture
3:15 Free Communication-Slide: Lifting mechanics

Additionally, the Executive Committee of the Biomechanics Interest Group
(BIG) of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) invites submission
of biomechanics-related programming for the 2001 ACSM Annual Meeting. The
2001 Annual Meeting of the ACSM will be held in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
from May 30 to June 2, 2001.

Individuals interested in developing program sessions or proposing ideas for
programming content are encouraged to submit their ideas to the Biomechanics
Interest Group. Programming ideas will be presented briefly during the
Interest Group Meeting at this year's ACSM Annual Meeting. In addition, a
portion of the Interest Group Meeting at this year's Annual Meeting will be
devoted to discussion of the proposed programming and planning of meeting
content for ACSM 2001.

Individuals interested in developing program sessions or proposing ideas for
programming content may contact me (michael.feltner@pepperdine.edu) via
email.

Sincerely,

Michael Feltner, Ph.D., FACSM
Liaison, Biomechanics Interest Group ACSM


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Michael E. Feltner, Ph.D.

Dept. of Sports Medicine | Phone: (310) 456-4312
Pepperdine University | Fax: (310) 317-7270
Malibu, CA 90263 | michael.feltner@pepperdine.edu

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