Spinal Motion Segment: From Basic Science to Clinical Application
July 4th - 7th 2005, Congress Centre, Davos, Switzerland
The emphasis of the single session, as always, was
to have an in depth multidisciplinary set of discussions
with clinicians, biologists, chemists, engineers and
materials scientists on latest research and developments
in the field. The meeting started with an overview of
clinical problems, moved towards current research and
finished with a summary and a loook at the future work
to be done.
Course Chairmen: R Geoff Richards, Mauro Alini
The AOSpine Research Network (SRN) comprises of an informal
group of international research institutes who work
together within the AOSpine community. We share ideas,
knowledge, and resources to improve our scientific contribution
and research performance in the field of disc degeneration.
We welcome high calibre fellow researchers and institutes,
who would like to be part of a network and help in the
scientific investigation into this interesting area.
SRN Coordinator, Thomas Steffen
eCMVI was accredited by SGO Schweizerische Gesellschaft
für Orthopädie (Swiss Society for Orthopaedics)
for 20 points and SGC Schweizerische Gesellschaft für
Chirurgie (Swiss Society for Surgery) for 24 points.
The meeting was also accredited by EACCME (European
Union of Medical Specialists) with 24 European CME credits.
This eCM congress was co-hosted with AOSpine Research