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07-20-2004, 01:23 AM
REGISTRATION REMINDER

5th TRIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL
HAND AND WRIST BIOMECHANICS SYMPOSIUM

Syracuse, New York
September 7, 2004

Symposium Description: The 5th Triennial International Hand and Wrist
Biomechanics Symposium will be held on September 7, 2004, immediately
before the 2004 American Society for Surgery of the Hand Meeting. The aim
of the symposium is to provide a forum to present various aspects of hand
and wrist biomechanics. An early morning workshop on wrist, forearm and
elbow simulators, including a demonstration, will be included.

Preliminary Program: See http://www.upstate.edu/ortho/handmtg.htm for
the preliminary program. There will be 25 podium and 6 poster presentations.

Registration Details: To take advantage of the discounted hotel rates,
please register by August 6th, 2004. For the optional activities, please
also register by August 6th. Registration details can be found at the
above website.

Optional Activities:
September 6, 2004: Scenic dinner cruise on Skaneateles Lake

Evening of September 7, 2004: Motor-coach transportation direct
from the symposium hotel in Syracuse, New York to the major hotels in New
York City associated with the 2004 American Society for Surgery of the Hand
meeting.

September 8, 2004: Guided tour to Niagara Falls

Organizing Committee:
Kai-Nan An, Ph.D., Marc Garcia-Elias, M.D., David L. Nelson, M.D.,
Frederic Schuind, M.D., Ph.D., Frederick W. Werner, M.M.E.

Send requests for additional information to: HANDMTG@upstate.edu

Further Information:
Frederick W. Werner (wernerf@upstate.edu)
Department of Orthopedic Surgery
SUNY Upstate Medical University
750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
USA

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