XIIth Congress of the
International Society of Bone Morphometry

October 16-19, 2012

Sheraton Minneapolis West, Minneapolis, Minnesota 


Purpose of Congress

The main goals of the ISBM Congress are to emphasize the importance of traditional morphometric techniques in the field of bone research and to make attendees aware of new technologies that result in refinements and advances in bone morphometric analyses. Prominent investigators will give talks on recent advances in the areas of osteoporosis treatments, bone imaging, inhibition of bone cancer, improved bone fracture healing, bone biomechanics, and bone implants. Practical examples of the use of morphometric techniques in bone research facilitates the education and training of basic scientists and clinicians in all aspects of bone morphometry. The amiable environment of the ISBM Congress is conducive to interactions among scientists that promote research collaborations. 

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