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  • Reminder: GCMAS Abstracts Due on October 15th

    Abstract submission for the 2009 Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society
    will close on October 15th. That leaves just 17 days to finish writing, and
    get those abstracts submitted.

    For more information about the GCMAS meeting, please see below:

    General information about the meeting can be found here:

    The on-line abstract submission can be found here:

    Details related to abstract submission, including case-study abstracts and
    featured topics:

    On behalf of the Gait and Clinical Movement Society we are pleased to invite
    you to participate in the Society's 14th Annual Meeting to be held March
    10-13, 2009 in Denver, Colorado, USA.

    All abstracts submissions will be peer-reviewed and any abstracts in the
    field of motion analysis are welcome, however, priority will be given to
    abstracts not previously presented. Submissions for case studies must follow
    the same format specifications for all other scientific program submissions.
    Please see details below under Case Studies.

    In addition to traditional research abstracts, "case-study" abstracts will
    also be accepted. Case-study abstracts should describe clinical situations
    where motion analysis data was a key component in the evaluation,
    understanding, and/or treatment of a movement pathology. The purpose of each
    case study will be to highlight the role of gait analysis in determining the
    treatment approach where traditional methods were found to be inadequate.

    The conference will include keynote speakers, symposia, and tutorials
    highlighting specific clinical and technical topics. On the clinical side,
    Dystonia will be featured, while on the technical side, Dynamic Simulation
    (both simple and complex models) will be featured. The organizing committee
    would like to strongly encourage those doing research in these areas to
    submit abstracts (traditional or case-study format).

    Abstract Due Date: October 15, 2008
    Notification of Acceptance: December 1, 2008

    Michael H. Schwartz - Program Chair - 2009 GCMAS