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ISB Council Elections

Posted on March 24, 2011

Below, you will find a short bio-sketch and photograph of all the people running for the ISB council 2011-2013 arranged alphabetically. There are 2 candidates for president elect [and you will be asked to vote for 1], 13 candidates for council member [please select 10] and 2 candidates running for student representative [please choose 1].

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President Elect Candidates

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Council Member Candidates

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Student Representative Candidates

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Dewey Morehouse – Biomechanics Pioneer

Posted on March 24, 2011

The biomechanics community lost a pioneer and close colleague recently when Dewey Morehouse passed away Thursday, February 24, 2011.

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Nike Award For Athletic Footwear

Posted on March 24, 2011

Nike, Inc. sponsors a prize of US$25,000 on a biennial basis to encourage research on athletic footwear. The topic for the 2011 competition will be:
Enhancing sport performance (biomechanical and/or physiological) with the use of athletic footwear.

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2011 ISB Conference

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President’s Blog – March 2011

Posted on March 24, 2011

As this is the first Newsletter for 2011, I wish you all a belated Happy New Year!

A few weeks ago we circulated a letter to all ISB members inviting individuals who have strong technical skills in electronics and signal processing, and who have a passion to develop clinical skills and possible research collaborations in the field of gait analysis, to contact us to discuss possible collaborations with staff at the Tanzania Training Centre for Orthopaedic Technologists (TATCOT).

Student’s Corner – March 2011

Posted on March 24, 2011

Hello ISB Student Members!

We’re on Facebook!
The Facebook group for ISB Student Members has been received with a lot of excitement. The Facebook group currently has 53 members and is growing every week. The group has provided a place where students can find other students with the same research interests, ask about conferences and seek advice or assistance from other students. If you would like to join the Facebook group, logon to Facebook and search for “International Society of Biomechanics Student Members.” From there, you can click the link to join the group. The Facebook group is available for ISB Student members only.

Technical Groups – March 2011

Posted on March 24, 2011