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Steve Cowin
11-04-2002, 07:30 AM
To Bone Researchers in the NYC area:
The NYC mineralized tissue seminar will have its next seminar
in the Fall 2002 series on Thursday night, November 14th. The speaker
is Clint Rubin, Professor and Chair, Department of Biomedical
Engineering and Director of the Center for Biotechnology at Stony
Brook. He will speak on SEARCHING FOR WOLFF'S LAW: THE OSTEOGENIC
POTENTIAL OF LOW LEVEL MECHANICAL SIGNALS. There will be food (fruit,
vegetables, cookies) and drink (coffee, soft drinks) available in the
seminar room from 5:45 PM to the start of the seminar. Please come
early, chat, and snack.
An abstract of this talk and a description of Clint's research
interests are given below. The same information on the other spring
seminar speakers is posted on www.bonenet.net and will be circulated
as the date of each seminar approaches. A picture of Clint with the
bird that has been his favorite experimental subject is posted on the
website.

NOVEMBER 14th, 2002 in room 9205 at the CUNY Graduate Center at 7 PM.

Speaker: CLINTON RUBIN, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Department of
Biomedical Engineering, Director, Center for Biotechnology, State
University of New York at Stony Brook, 11794-2580.

Title: SEARCHING FOR WOLFF'S LAW: THE OSTEOGENIC POTENTIAL OF LOW
LEVEL MECHANICAL SIGNALS

Abstract: There is increasing evidence that extremely low magnitude
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