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CNB at ISB2023 Still Accepting Abstracts

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  • CNB at ISB2023 Still Accepting Abstracts

    Dear All,

    The Comparative Neuromuscular Biomechanics Working Group (CNB) is still accepting abstracts for a
    dedicated poster session at the CNB-ISB2023 meeting,up until Feb. 21. The poster session will be a ‘flash’ thematic poster session, with 2-3 minutes per presenter and an accompanying moderated ‘live discussion’.

    Those that have already submitted another first-author abstract at ISB2023 are still eligible to apply for a second first-author abstract at the CNB-ISB2023 meeting.

    Poster abstracts are submitted through the regular ISB submission portal: Once in the system, you will need to select ‘poster’ in the dropdown for the 'Preferred Presentation session' field. Please also inform the CNB via email ( with your abstract submission confirmation so that we can identify submissions targeted for the CNB-ISB2023 meeting.

    The CNB-ISB2023 meeting is embedded in the main ISB meeting in Japan.

    The poster session is an integral part of the CNB-ISB2023 meeting, and will accompany podium presentations. The meeting will include three sessions held single-track in the same room: 1) direct in vivo experimental approaches; 2) musculoskeletal modelling and simulation; 3) robotic/engineering approaches to understanding muscle function in movement. Sessions will last 90 minutes and feature speakers and a joint round-table question/discussion period, followed by poster presentations.

    Confirmed speakers include:
    Dr. Jeroen Aeles (University of Antwerp)
    Dr. Josh Baxter (University of Pennsylvania)
    Dr. Antonie (Ton) van den Bogert (Cleveland State University)
    Dr. Friedl De Groot (KU Leuven)
    Dr. Taylor Dick (University of Queensland)
    Dr. Kiisa Nishikawa (Northern Arizona University)
    Dr. Christopher Richards (Royal Veterinary College)
    Dr. Andrew Schulz (Max Planck Institute)
    Dr. Surabhi Simha (Emory University)

    We hope that you can join us in Japan! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    ​All the best,
    Jonas Rubenson and Greg Sawicki
    (on behalf of the CNB)