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At ASBMR 2019 Annual Meeting: Events and Program Highlights

04 Sep 2019 8:47 AM | Anonymous

The ASBMR 2019 Annual Meeting will be held on September 20-23, 2019 at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, USA. On September 20th, 2019 (Friday), the 2019 ICMRS-ASBMR Membership Meeting will be held at the Manatee Springs Room of Hyatt Regency Orlando.

The 2019 ICMRS-ASBMR Membership Meeting

Below is the agenda of the membership meeting. Please see the invitation from Dr. Peter Ma, President-Elect of ICMRS and Chair of 2019 ICMRS-ASBMR Membership Meeting for further information (http://www.icmrs.net) Please mark your calendar and be part of this important event!

ASBMR 2019 Annual Meeting Highlights

1. Plenary Lectures

Gerald D. Aurbach Lecture and Profession of Esteemed Awards (Sept 20, 08:30 AM-09:30 AM, Ballroom B-D)

  •       From Genes to Genomes to Biology and Health

Richard Lifton MD, PhD, Rockefeller University

Louis V. Avioli Lecture and Lecture and Profession of Esteemed Awards (Sept 21, 08:30 AM-09:30 AM, Valencia Ballroom B-D)

  •       Anabolic Actions of Parathyroid Hormones: Genes, Cells, and Models

Laurie McCauley DDS, PhD, University of Michigan

2. Highlights of the ASBMR 2019 Annual Meeting (Sept 20, 10:00 AM-11:30 AM, Valencia Ballroom B-D)

  •       Clinical Science Overview

John Bilezikian MD, Columbia University

  •       Basic Science Overview

Lynda Bonewald PhD, Indiana University

3. Cutting Edge Concepts

Novel Approaches to Reducing Fractures (Sept 20, 11:45 AM-01:00 PM, W414)

  •       Bone Health TeleECHO

            E. Michael Lewiecki MD, New Mexico Clinical Research & Osteoporosis Center

  •       Implementation Science and the treatment of Osteoporosis

Ken Saag MD, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

  •       Osteoporosis Medication Adherence: The Holy Grail

Deborah Gold PhD, Duke University Medical Center

Role of Immunology in Bone Regeneration (Sept 20, 11:45 AM-01:00 PM, Valencia Ballroom A)

  •       Osteoimmunology and the Role of Mast Cells in Fracture Repair

Paul Martineau MD, McGill University, Canada

  •       Role of Macrophage, Immunomodulation, Stem Cells and Bone Repair

Stuart Goodman MD, Stanford University

  •       Rejuvenation in Fracture Repair: It’s All in the Blood

Benjamin Alman MD, Duke University

CRISPR Beyond the Mouse (Sept 21, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, W315)

  •       Opportunity and Challenges of Gene Editing (CRISPR/TALEN) in Production Animals

Charles Long PhD, Texas Veterinary Medical Center

  •       Beyond the Mouse: Practicalities of Using CRISPR to Generate Bone Disease in Osteonal Bone Remodeling Models

Larry Suva, PhD, Texas Veterinary Medical Center

Stem Cells in the Skeleton (Sept 22, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, W315)

  •       Periosteal Stem Cells in Skeletal Regeneration

Celine Colnot PhD, INSERM, France

  •       Skeletal Stem Cells

Charles Chan PhD, Stanford University

4. IFMRS Musculoskeletal Knowledge Portal and Artificial Intelligence in Musculoskeletal Medicine (Sept 20, 12:00 PM-01:15 PM, W315)

  •       IFMRS Musculoskeletal Knowledge Portal*

Noel Burtt PhD, Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard

Douglas Kiel MD, MPH, Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research Hebrew SeniorLife

  • *The Portal in development will aggregate and integrate data and results from large-scale human genetic association studies of musculoskeletal diseases and make them available for query through a public web resource that protects individual level data or patient privacy – attend to learn more!
  •       Artificial Intelligence in Musculoskeletal Medicine

Costas Bekas PhD, IBM Research, Switzerland

5. Meet the Award Winner

  • ·      William F. Neuman Award Winner (2018) (Sept 20, 12:00 PM-01:00 PM, W311)
  • Vicki Rosen PhD, Harvard School of Dental Medicine
  • ·      How I Started Looking at the Microbiome and Bone (Sept 21, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, W311)
  • Christopher Hernandez, PhD, Cornell University

6. Meet the Professor (for 1 hour, on 24 topics including that listed below)

  •       Epigenetics and Stem Cell Aging (Sept 20 12:00 PM, W311G)

Andre Van Wijnen PhD, Mayo Clinic

  •       Professional Development:  Academic and Industry Career Path Preparation (Sept 20 12:00 PM, W311H)

Addreas Grauer MD, Amgen, Lorraine Fizpatrick MD, Radius Pharm

  • ·      Sequential Drug Therapy for Osteoporosis (Sept 20 12:00 AM, W312AB, Sept 22 11:00 AM, W312AB)

Felicia Cosman MD, Columbia University

  • ·      iPS Cells and Organoids as Human Experimental Disease Models (Sept 21, 11:00 AM, W311H)

Edward Hsiao MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco

  •       Maintaining Skeletal Health During the Mission to Mars (Sept 21, 11:00 AM, W311D)

Jean Sibonga PhD, NASA Johnson Space Center, USA

  •       Vitamin D and Immunity (Sept 21, 11:00 AM, W311A)

John Adams MD, University of California, Los Angeles

  •       Effects of OA on Subchondral Bone (Sept 22, 11:00 AM, W311D)

Tamara Alliston, PhD, University of California, San Francisco

  •       Targeting Drugs to the Bone (Sept 22, 11:00 AM, W311A)

Frank Ebetino PhD, University of Rochester, USA

R Graham Russell MD, PhD, University of Oxford, UK

7. Networking events

ASBMR Connect: Networking Breakfast with ASBMR Leaders, NIH Representatives and Senior Investigators* (Sept 20, 06:45 AM, W308).  Advanced registration and separate ticket fee are required.

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