NOVEMBER 4, 2016 • PHILADELPHIA • DREXEL UNIVERSITY

SPONSORED BY

NuVasive

 

Globus

We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Philadelphia Spine Research Symposium will be held on Friday, November 4, 2016 at Drexel University. We have an exciting program planned, including several expert talks. As always, the meeting will cover all areas of spine research spanning from basic to clinical, and encompass the broad areas of development, pathophysiology, aging, pain, therapeutics and diagnostics. We encourage everyone to submit their latest research for inclusion in the program as either podium or poster presentation.

Registration: Registration fee is $50 for the meeting, and will include continental breakfast, lunch and dinner. Please register your attendance by sending an email to psrsmeeting2016@gmail.com no later than Tuesday Friday, September 30, 2016 including your name and institution. On-site registration will be available for a limited number of participants.

Abstract Submission: As in previous years, abstracts should be no longer than 1 page, and submitted in PDF format. Please note the following key dates:
Abstract Submission Opens: Monday, August 1, 2016
Abstract Submission Closes: Monday, September 12, 2016
Abstract Acceptance Announcement: Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Please submit your abstracts via email to: psrsmeeting2016@gmail.com

We look forward to welcoming you to Drexel University on November 4, 2016.

Sriram Balasubramanian & Michele Marcolongo | Drexel University
Meeting Co-Chairs

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Dawn Elliott | University of Delaware
James Iatridis | Mount Sinai, NY
Neil Malhotra | University of Pennsylvania
Makarand Risbud | Thomas Jefferson University
Tom Schaer | University of Pennsylvania
Irving Shapiro | Thomas Jefferson University
Lachlan Smith | University of Pennsylvania
Ed Vresilovic | Pennsylvania State University

PHILADELPHIA SPINE RESEARCH SOCIETY

The PSRS, founded in 2004, was set up to bring together members of the Greater Philadelphia community of basic scientists, bioengineers and spine surgeons concerned with studies of the intervertebral disc and the associated spinal tissues.

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