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03-30-2007, 06:20 AM
By popular request, the abstract submission deadline for the 2007
Northwest Biomechanics Symposium (NWBS) has been extended to APRIL 9th.

The NWBS brings together students, faculty, and other researchers in
biomechanics from across the Northwest USA and British Columbia. We
encourage members of this community to submit an abstract and to come to
the conference to interact and share their research.

For more information, please visit the conference website at:

We look forward to seeing you in Eugene, Oregon on May 18-19.

Mike Pavol, PhD
Symposium co-chair

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The 2007 Northwest Biomechanics Symposium

We are pleased to announce the 3rd Northwest Biomechanics Symposium
(NWBS) to be held May 18-19, 2007 at the University of Oregon in Eugene,
OR. This symposium, in the spirit of ASB meetings, will encourage
students in biomechanics, assist regional collaborations between
research institutions, and advance the state-of-the-art in biomechanics.
The program will include student presentations (podium and poster), a
keynote address by Dr. Rodger Kram (University of Colorado) on running
mechanics, a student/faculty dinner banquet, and round table discussions
on current biomechanics research. These activities are expected to
provide an atmosphere rich in student and faculty networking for both
career and research advancement. Abstracts from all areas of
biomechanics will be considered. For the details about the conference
please visit the website: http://biomechanics.uoregon.edu/nwbs2007/

Important Dates:
- Abstract Submission Deadline: April 2, 2007
- Notification of Abstract Acceptance: April 16, 2007
- Conference: May 18 and 19, 2007

Symposium Chair: Li-Shan Chou, PhD (mailto:chou@uoregon.edu)
Symposium co-Chair: Michael Pavol, PhD

Advanced Mechanical Technologies, Inc.
American Society of Biomechanics
MEA Forensic Engineers & Scientists Ltd
Motion Analysis Corporation
NeuroCom International, Inc.
Oregon Neurosciences Institute at Sacred Heart Medical Center
Orthopedic Healthcare Northwest, PC/Donald B. Slocum Research &
Education Foundation
Rehabilitation Medicine Associates of Eugene-Springfield, PC/Victor Lin,
Tekscan, Inc.
University of Oregon
VA RR&D Center of Excellence for Limb Loss Prevention and Prosthetic
Department of Veterans Affairs, Rehabilitation Research and