It is that time in the Society’s schedule when we commence the extremely important process of electing the next ISB Executive Council, who are the governing body of the Society. The Executive Council is composed of Officers and Council members who are elected for 2-year terms, and who represent countries from throughout the world and various scientific areas within biomechanics. The Executive Council, which meets annually, provides leadership for the continued development of the Society and oversees the many on-going activities that are performed by Council appointed sub-committees, including activities in Economically Developing Countries, student award schemes and communication via ISBNOW.
A brief profile and photograph of each candidate who has been invited to stand for the ISB Executive Council 2013-2015 are listed below. The profiles have been arranged alphabetically. There are 2 candidates for President Elect [and you will be asked to vote for 1], 14 candidates for Council member [please select 10] and 5 candidates for Student Representative [please choose 1].Continue reading
While browsing the ISB website we can see time decreasing. It was interesting to see on the ISB watch that today we have 150 days before we get together to chat about science. On the 4th of August our ISB watch will start from zero counting up until our Congress ends, and we will start a new countdown to ISB 2015.Continue reading
Request for Books for Students in Tanzania
The Tanzania Training Centre for Orthopaedic Technologists (TATCOT) would like to expand their professional library resources for staff and students in the Prosthetics and Orthotics program. Please check your collections to see if you have any of the requested volumes to donate! (Continue reading for the list of requested books.)Continue reading