The 2013 meeting will be held jointly with the Bone Research Society, 4-5 September, in Oxford. For more information please visit the meeting website.
Meetings are designed for the communication of work in progress and as such are particularly suitable for clinician/scientists who would like feedback on their research.
The British Orthopaedic Research Society is pleased to offer bursaries to fund registration, travel and accommodation for research students and technicians who are presenting abstracts at the Society's Scientific Meetings (the entitlement will be restricted to one bursary per annum) more details.
The bursaries will be for a maximum of £100 and limited in number. Should the bursaries become oversubscribed, then the abstract score will be taken into account. Priority will be given to first time applicants and those who would otherwise have to self-fund their attendance. Applicants will be requested to provide confirmation that their earnings are less than £15,000 per annum, verified by their line manager
Please apply in writing to:
Dr Xuebin Yang, Honorary Treasurer of BORS.
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