The International Research Society of Spinal Deformities (IRSSD) was established in 1994 to advance the study and research into SpinalDeformities for the public benefit.
The object of the Society is to provide a forum for the presentation and encouragement of research relating to spinal deformity and todisseminate the results of such research.
Scientists have used a new high-speed, in vitro selection method to isolate 9 antibody-like proteins that bind to the #SARSCoV2 virus—4 of which also exhibited neutralizing activity—within 4 days, according to a new study in @ScienceAdvances. https://t.co/scDDERwScI https://t.co/OMRMaDPDqo
Standardised mortality ratios: what are they, why are they used, how do you calculate them and what are their advantages and limitations? This new @Students4BE blog from @AnnaNicholls7 is a beginners tutorial on this important topic: https://t.co/OINhASky3k
New Research: The Role of Cold-Sensitive Ion Channels in Peripheral Thermosensation: The detection of ambient cold is critical for mammals, who use this information to avoid tissue damage by cold and to maintain stable body temperature. The… https://t.co/BF21MvYY6U #neuroscience
BAPO are proud to announce a new award: The Centre for Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Technologies, Staffordshire University Orthotist of the Year Award, which aims to celebrate the work and dedication of an orthotist. FMI & to nominate: https://t.co/g4QCxxIiDj https://t.co/OtvLMEzZ1X
The next IRSSD Meeting will be held on 11-13 June 2020 in Milwaukee, USA