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4th Motion Analysis Research Center Symposium

Discussion in 'Conferences' started by DrDrewSmith, May 22, 2018.

  1. DrDrewSmith

    DrDrewSmith Welcome New Poster


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    The Motion Analysis Research Center was established at Samuel Merritt University in 2013 to support the teaching and research aspirations of the Departments of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy, and the California School of Podiatric Medicine. The annual symposium offers faculty, students, and community members an opportunity to actively participate in a forum that includes tutorials, workshops, and presentations, interacting with invited speakers from a variety of fields, all with interests in clinical biomechanics, sports medicine, and rehabilitation.

    The event is held over two days, November 2 & 3, 2018, with the first day devoted to workshops and tutorials. On the second day, keynote addresses along with panel discussions and oral and poster presentations will take place.

    This will be an exciting and rewarding event that will be of interest to a wide range of participants in the healthcare industry. We look forward to welcoming you to the Motion Analysis Research Center in Oakland CA in November 2018.

    Symposium email: marc at samuelmerritt dot edu Telephone: 510.879.0337
    IMPORTANT DATES:

    March 1, 2018: Early-Bird Registration Starts
    March 1, 2018: Call For Abstracts (Tutorials, Workshops, and Oral/Poster Presentations)
    August 15, 2018: Abstract Submission Deadline
    September 1, 2018: Abstract Decisions Sent to Authors
    September 15, 2018: Early-Bird Registration Ends
    November 2-3, 2018: 4th Motion Analysis Research Center Symposium

    KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

    • Professor Brian Davis (University of Akron)
    • Professor Jay Hertel (University of Virginia)
    • Dr. Brian Noehren (University of Kentucky)
    • Dr. Richard Souza (University of California, San Francisco)
    • Dr. Bruce Williams (Weil Foot Ankle and Orthopedic Institute)
    For information on registration, continuing education credits, and submission of abstracts for tutorials, workshops, and oral and poster presentations, please see link in my signature.
     

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  2. DrDrewSmith

    DrDrewSmith Welcome New Poster

    Just in case anyone is interested in attending this symposium, our early-bird deadline has been extended to October 1st. Check out the program via the link in my signature.
     
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