THE ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH SOCIETY (THE "SOCIETY") IS A NONPROFIT CORPORATION ORGANIZED TO SUPPORT, DEVELOP, AND ENCOURAGE RESEARCH AND SPONSOR EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN FIELDS RELATED TO ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY. THE SOCIETY WAS INCORPORATED IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN 1982. PRIOR TO 1982, A PREDECESSOR ORGANIZATION OPERATED IN CANADA AS AN UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATION.
Brenda A Frederick
9400 West Higgins Road Suite 225
Rosemont, IL 60018 USA
Research, Education, Orthopaedics
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ORS Annual Meeting
The leading worldwide forum for the presentation of musculoskeletal research
ORS PSRS International Spine Research Symposium
The leading forum for the presentation of spine research
ORS Musculoskeletal Biology Workshop
A forum for the presentation of research relating to the bone and related tissues
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ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH SOCIETY
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Dr. Rick Sumner
Rush Medical College
Term: 2017 - 2018
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