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    Biomechanical Research

    Dear Biomch-l Colleagues:

    Following is a Call For Papers for the 24th International Workshop on Human
    Subjects for Biomechanical Research. This Workshop is held every year just
    prior to the Stapp Car Crash Conference. It provides a forum to discuss progress
    and problems in current research using human volunteers or cadavers.

    The Workshop will be held on Sunday, November 3rd in Albuquerque, New
    Mexico. The 40th Stapp Conference will take place from November 4th-6th at
    the same facility. In addition, AGARD will be hosting a Special Meeting on
    Impact Head Injury from November 7th-9th in Mescalero, New Mexico (near
    Alamogordo). Why not spend a week in New Mexico and catch all three
    meetings?

    ************************************************** **********

    Twenty-Fourth International Workshop on
    Human Subjects for Biomechanical Research

    US Department of Transportation
    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

    Michael Kleinberger, Chair

    Dear Colleague:

    The Twenty-Fourth International Workshop on Human Subjects for
    Biomechanical Research will commence at 9:00 am on Sunday November 3,
    1996. It will be in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Albuquerque Marriott. The
    basic purpose of the Workshop is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas
    and the presentation of current trauma research investigations using human
    volunteers or surrogates. Open participation is strongly encouraged to facilitate
    the problem-solving efforts.

    This is a Call For Papers that are suitable for presentation at this Workshop.
    Topics should be related to recent innovations or difficulties in human volunteer
    or surrogate testing. Papers on computational simulations or dummy testing
    must be linked with appropriate testing of volunteers or surrogates. Any topic
    related to trauma biomechanics is welcome. Suggested areas of interest include
    airbag induced trauma, whiplash injuries, and the biomechanical response of
    children.

    Should you wish to make a presentation, please submit a Title and Abstract on or
    before August 30, 1996 to:

    Dr. Michael Kleinberger
    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
    Room 6226, NRD-12
    400 Seventh Street, S. W.
    Washington, D. C. 20590
    U. S. A.

    Phone: (202)366-4698
    Fax: (202)366-5670
    E-mail: mkleinberger@nhtsa.dot.gov

    Thank you for your previous participation and support of this
    Workshop. If there are any questions, please don#t hesitate to contact me. I
    hope to see you in Albuquerque this fall.


    Sincerely,

    Michael Kleinberger
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