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01-26-2004, 03:53 AM

28th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics
Portland, Oregon
September 8 - 11, 2004

We invite you to join us at the 28th Annual Meeting of the American
Society of Biomechanics (ASB), September 8 -11, 2004. Portland, Oregon
will be the host for an innovative and exciting scientific program.

The program highlights include:
* keynote talks by Steven Vogel, Ph.D., Wilson (Toby) Hayes, Ph.D., and
Farshid Guilak, Ph.D.
* symposia on joint neuromechanics, cellular and molecular
musculoskeletal biomechanics, and motor control of movement.
* Borelli Award lecture

In addition, the 28th ASB meeting will offer a tour of the NIKE Sport
Research Laboratory, and a banquet at the Classical Chinese Garden.
With its access to the ocean and lush green mountains, Portland is one
of the most beautiful cities in the US, an offers a wealth of outdoor
opportunities. Many of these are listed in the travel section of the
conference website, assessable over the conference link of the ASB
website (www.asb-biomech.org).

The deadline for abstract submission is April 1, 2004. Instructions on
abstract formatting and online submission of abstracts (which will be
open March 1 - April 1, 2004) can be found on the ASB website
(http://www.asb-biomech.org/). The ASB website also provides a link to
the conference website, which provides detailed information on the
conference program, travel arrangements, accommodation and

We also encourage you to submit applications and nominations for the
various ASB awards, which are summarized in the abstract section on the
ASB website (http://www.asb-biomech.org/).

We look forward to welcoming you to Portland and to one of the premier
meetings in biomechanics.


Michael Bottlang
Steve Robinovitch


Meeting Chair:
Michael Bottlang, Ph.D., Legacy Clinical Research & Technology Center,
Portland, OR, USA (mbottlan@lhs.org)

Program Chair:
Steve Robinovitch, Ph.D., Injury Prevention and Mobility Laboratory,
School of Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., Canada

Local Organizing Committee:
Mark Sommers, Larry Ehmke, Marcus Mohr (Legacy Research Center) Marie
Shea (Oregon Health Science University) Sean Kirkpatrick (Oregon
Graduate Institute) Brian Bay (Oregon State University) Dan Fitzpatrick
(Orthopedic Healthcare Northwest) Andy Karduna (University of Oregon)
Julianne Abendroth-Smith (Willamette University)
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