2nd International Workshop on Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions

About Delphi
The second workshop of the International Society of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions will take place from 18 to 21 May 2000 at the European Cultural Center of Delphi, a unique place for international congresses and cultural exhibitions of high reputation. The main topic of the workshop is Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions and this event will provide an important opportunity to exchange ideas, learn about the latest progresses in the field, and share ideas and experiences. About 250 delegates will attend the workshop including medical doctors, physiotherapists, physiologists, dentists, veterinarians, biologists, physicists and biochemists.
The participants will have the opportunity to visit the ancient "navel of the earth", the Oracle of Apollo, famous for its monuments, its museum and temples. The nearby village of Galaxidi, situated by the sea, is certainly worth a visit. The combination of scientific exchange of knowledge and environmental serenity, the reason that Delphi was chosen by the Gods as the navel of the world, we hope will contribute the most to the success of the workshop. We invite you to participate!

Under the Auspices of
The Hellenic Institution of Osteoporosis (HELIOS)
The Hellenic General Secretariat of Research and Technology

Scientific Committee
D. Agnusdei, S. Adami, D. Burr, I. Dontas, D. Felsenberg, JL Feretti, H.M. Frost, J. Gasser, W.S.S. Jee, Th. Karachalios, M. Koutsilieris, G.P. Lyritis, G. Marotti, Lis Mosekilde, M. Schaffler, H. Schiessl, E. Schoenau, Gr. Skarantavos, H. Takahashi, D. Thompson

Scientific Program Highlights

Plenary lectures, workshops, short papers, posters

As in the last meeting in Santorini, the format will be such that maximum time will be allotted for discussions. A reasonably large number of the submitted abstracts will be chosen by the scientific committee for oral presentations, in sessions grouped according to their topics. Invited speakers will also present an introductory overview in the same topics.

Meeting language

Young Investigators Prize
A young investigators prize will be offered for the best poster display and oral presentation. All first authors under the age of 35 years are eligible for the young investigators prize. Please indicate on form when registering.

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