Dear colleagues,

We are happy to announce the pre-program of BONe InTerdisciplinary sympOSium 2022 (BONITOS 2022) on Staten Island on the 20th of May.
BONITOS symposium gathers leading experts in bone tissue from all the disciplines (biology, biomechanics, mathematics,...) into one place. To discuss bones in all its research approaches, we propose a hybrid symposium between all other world fellows and expect to strengthen international collaborations.
The idea of BONITOS is to stay free of charge for everybody who wants to know more about Bone Research and to share the knowledge without barriers.

After Lyon (France) in 2021, we are very proud to open the second edition of this kind in New York City. We have two ways of contributing: a full presentation - 20 min - and a poster presentation of 5 min (either online or onsite). We will still be on a hybrid program, making it easier for everyone to follow the symposium the way they like.
  • April 22nd​
Pre-program announcement :

KEYNOTE
HÉLÈNE FOLLET PHD

Bone, Cancer, and Metastasis: What Does the Personalized Numerical Model Bring?


Hélène Follet is a biomedical expert in Engineering and Public health. She is a biomechanics researcher at INSERM and a specialist in the numerical models to predict bone resistance in the context of human pathologies. As a researcher at INSERM, she has published articles on bone resistance linked to the quality and organization of bone material. Her current work focuses on the influence of bone defects (metastases) on the overall resistance of the skeleton using numerical simulation.


WORKSHOP BESHOY GHALY DPT, RMSK, ECS

How Does Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging Help Clinicians?


Beshoy Ghaly is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and an ABPTS Board Diplomate in Clinical Electrophysiology. He is also Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography (RMSK) & performed and interpreted thousands of musculoskeletal ultrasound studies. He is the creator of MSK ULTRASOUND MASTERMIND® programs.
  • May 3rd May
​Deadline ​Abstract submission through email for both talk and speakers (.doc 500 words max, with title, names, and affiliations)
jean.berteau@csi.cuny.edu and/or pujo@math.univ-lyon1.fr
  • May 8th
​​Submission Results
  • May 12th
​Full Program Announcement ​
  • ​May 15th
​​Deadline Registration on Event-Brite (registration is free but mandatory)​

If you have students that seek to participate in the poster session, please nominate them; it's a great experience in a friendly environment.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Jean-Philippe (Jean) BERTEAU, Assistant Professor, College of Staten Island, jean.berteau@csi.cuny.edu

and

Laurent PUJO-MENJOUET, Associate Professor, University of Lyon, pujo@math.univ-lyon1.fr