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Conférence nationale de la recherche musculo-squelettique:
2018 Canadian Bone and Joint Conference
London, Ontario May 11 & 12.
Western University’s Bone and Joint Institute in partnership with the Canadian MSK Rehab Research Network
Affiche pour la conférence 2018 Canadian Bone and Joint Conference


Préconférence: Canadian Bone and Joint Young Investigator Forum on May 10, 2018, un événement organisé par des étudiants pour des étudiants.
Affiche pour la préconférence Young Investigator Forum

Date limite pour les abrégés: 17 mars 2018, le portail de soumission sera en ligne sous peu.


Pour plus d'information : http://boneandjoint.uwo.ca/events/cbjc

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