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Clinical Training Course: Osteoporosis and Other Metabolic Bone Diseases
13-15 April 2015
Oxford, UK

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Bone Research Society Annual Meeting
25-26 June 2014
Sheffield, UK

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Peak District
Peak District (photo Karan M Shah)

BRS 2015 (jointly with the British Society for Matrix Biology)
1-3 September 2015
Edinburgh, UK

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Thank you to all who attended and supported the Oxford meeting and made it such a success.  You can read more about it here, and please see below for details of future BRS meetings.

Award winners!

BRS abstracts have been published in Frontiers and can be viewed here.


BRS/BORS Joint Meeting

Computer 3D printing used to create new hip

Doctors at Southampton University Hospitals have used 3D printing to create a bespoke hip replacement for a woman who has undergone six previous operations, in one of the first cases of its kind.

Professor Cyrus Cooper wins the Pierre Delmas Award for research into osteoporosis at the IOF/ESCEO in Seville

At the World Congress on Osteoporosis in Seville, Spain, Professor Cyrus Cooper was selected as the winner of the Pierre Delmas Award for research into osteoporosis. This is the premier research award presented by IOF and ESCEO to honour an individual academic who has contributed significantly to the field of osteoporosis and musculoskeletal science, through original and outstanding scientific contributions.

ESCEO-IOF Pierre Delmas Award to Professor Cyrus Cooper

Professor Cooper wins prestigious prize 


Professor Cyrus Cooper


Society News
Proposed Constitutional Changes

The BRS membership has voted in favour of a change in the constitution:

7. The affairs of the Society shall be managed by an Executive Committee consisting of the officers and eight other elected members, to include two New Investigator representatives, one of whom shall be clinically qualified. No less than a quarter of the committee shall consists of clinically qualified researchers and no less than a quarter of the committee shall consist of basic science researchers at any one time. The Committee may co-opt others if required.

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