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Francisco Valero-cuevas
04-01-2007, 11:47 PM
Dear Biomechanics Community:

The deadline for receipt of abstract submissions has been extended to
April 9th. We look forward to receiving your best contributions to
make this an outstanding scientific meeting.

The meeting site is here:

Which contains the link to the abstract submission site:

We are looking forward to seeing you at Stanford!

-Francisco Valero-Cuevas
Program Chair

****************New call for abstracts ****************


31st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics
Stanford, California
August 23-25, 2007

We invite you to join us at the Annual Meeting of the American
Society of Biomechanics (ASB), August 23-25, 2007. Stanford
University in Stanford, California will be the host for an innovative
and exciting scientific program.

The program highlights include:
* Outstanding keynote speakers
* Cutting-edge symposia
* Debates on critical topics
* Borelli Award lecture

With its proximity to the exciting Bay Area and Northern California
Coast, the cities of San Francisco and San Jose, the Silicon Valley
and more, the Stanford Campus is one of the most beautiful and
exciting in the US, and offers a wealth of outdoor and urban
opportunities. Many of these are listed in the travel section of the
conference website, accessible over the conference link of the ASB
website (http://www.asbweb.org).

The deadline for abstract submission is April 9, 2007. Instructions
on abstract formatting and online submission of abstracts (which will
be open March 1 - April 1, 2007) can be found on the ASB website
(http://www.asbweb.org). The ASB website also provides a link to the
conference website, which provides detailed information on the
conference program, keynote speakers, travel arrangements,
accommodation and registration.

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.asbweb.org).

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


Program Chair, Francisco Valero-Cuevas, Sibley School of Mechanical
and Aerospace Engineering and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery,
Cornell University (fv24@cornell.edu)

Meeting Chairs, Scott Delp and Chris Jacobs, Departments of
Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Orthopaedic Surgery,
Stanford University (delp@stanford.edu,