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  • Submission Extension for 2011 GCMAS Conference

    We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submission of abstracts for
    the 2011 Gait and Clinical Movement Society conference has been extended!
    Abstracts must be received by Friday, December 10th at midnight US eastern
    standard time. This announcement is the final call for abstracts for podium
    or poster presentations in all areas of gait and clinical movement analysis.



    In addition, we have now made an abstract submission template available to
    facilitate creation of abstracts. The template is posted on the abstract
    submission web site https://www.amrms.com/ssl/gcmas/2011/abstracts.cfm.
    Abstracts already submitted that followed the posted abstract submission
    guidelines do not need to be resubmitted using this template.



    All abstract submissions will be peer-reviewed, and any abstracts in the
    field of motion analysis are welcome. Submissions for case studies must
    follow the same format specifications as for all other scientific program
    submissions.



    Accepted abstracts will be included in the official conference proceedings
    and posted online on Science Direct (full text). Gait and Posture will
    publish authors' names and abstract titles only. Notification of acceptance
    for the conference will be made by February 4, 2011.



    About the Meeting: The GCMAS 2011 Conference will be held April 26-29 at
    Natcher Conference Center on the National Institutes of Health campus in
    Bethesda, MD, USA. The goals of the annual GCMAS Conference are to stimulate
    and advance scientific knowledge, promote professional interaction and
    collaboration among societies and society members, and advance the field of
    gait and clinical movement analysis in the clinical and research
    environments. This program is designed for orthopedic surgeons,
    neurologists, developmental pediatricians, and physical medicine and
    rehabilitation physicians, as well as physical and occupational therapists,
    kinesiologists, biomedical/mechanical/electrical engineers, and others
    interested in human movement.



    Please share this announcement with colleagues who may have an interest in
    attending this meeting.



    B.J. Fregly, Ph.D.

    GCMAS 2011 Program Chair

    fregly@ufl.edu
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