The 2015 meeting will be held 14-15 September in Liverpool, ahead of the British Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting. Sessions will include: Musculoskeletal soft tissue engineering, Bone regeneration, and Preventing and treating infection around orthopaedic implants. In addition there will be Instructional lectures on research careers in clinical and academic orthopaedics as well as free oral and poster sessions.
More details of the programme will be available soon.
Abstract submission for Liverpool 2015 is extended and will now close midnight 22 May 2015
Elections to the BORS Executive Committee
The poll has now closed for the election of the following two vacant positions on the BORS Executive Committee:
1. Ordinary Member 2015-2017
2. 'Young Investigator' representative 2015-2017
The results will be announced shortly.
Remembering Mr Andrew Sprowson
The very sad news of Andrews accident will leave a hole in BORS, which will be impossible to fill. He was a Fellow on the second round of the BORS Travelling Fellowship scheme visiting the US, Australia, Hong Kong and China. I know that during this time he formed strong bonds with his other Travelling Fellows. Andrew was a strong supporter of BORS and played an active part in the BORS executive setting up the last Travelling Fellowship in 2014. He will be sadly missed within BORS and our thoughts go out to his family.
"In 2012 we had the pleasure to meet Andy and share the most unforgettable trip of our lives. He was the most fun and kind individual we had met and he instantly captured our hearts. We all admired his spirit and passion for life and science. In 2015 we received the sad news of his passing. We are deeply shocked and saddened by the passing of our friend Andy. Our hearts and minds go out to his family. Rest in peace our friend."
2012 BORS Travelling Fellows
The 2014 BORS International Travelling Research Fellowships for Young Investigators began at the ORS in New Orleans and traveled around the globe for 4 weeks to 5 centres. The fellowship scheme is made possible by sponsorship from the British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, publishers of The Bone & Joint Journal, formerly known as JBJS Br.
The British Orthopaedic Research Society supports the Bone and Joint Decade.