International Skeletal Society RAD-PATH-SURG Lecture Series

International Skeletal Society
RAD-PATH-SURG Lecture Series

The International Skeletal Society (ISS) is pleased to announce our new “mini-members meeting” lecture series consisting of radiology-pathology case conferences alternating with didactic conferences. Each of the didactic conferences will be hosted by a national musculoskeletal society that is affiliated with the International Skeletal Society. These lectures will be open to members of all national Musculoskeletal (Radiology, Pathology, and Orthopedic) Societies to introduce them to the ISS. 

The first RAD-PATH-SURG Case Conference will be held April 10th from 9-10 am Eastern Daylight (New York, US) time. Four challenging cases will be presented followed by discussions and questions. Representative images (pathology and imaging findings) for each case will be available on the ISS website (https://internationalskeletalsociety.com/) on April 1st and we encourage everyone to submit their answers as recognition will be given to the person with the most correct answers. The meeting will be moderated by Carol Morris, Julie Fanburg-Smith and Mark Murphey. To join the conference please use the following link to register.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE RAD-PATH-SURG COURSE

The second meeting will be held on Saturday May 15th at 9:30 am Eastern Daylight (New York, US) time. The meeting will be hosted by the Musculoskeletal Society of India (MSS) and will consist of 45 minutes of didactic presentations (topic to be announced) followed by a 15-minute presentation about the MSS and its activities.

We will be holding upcoming lectures at different times of the day to accommodate all our members in different time zones. All lectures will be recorded and available on our website if you cannot make the meeting.

CLICK HERE FOR ISS-MSS PROGRAM

We are excited to begin this series with our affiliated societies to provide a forum for musculoskeletal physicians from around the world to come together for scientific sessions as well as learn about each other’s national societies.

Best,

Michael Recht
President, International Skeletal Society