Fellows are also invited to present their work in one of two poster sessions where they receive faculty and peer feedback. We view the poster session as one of the highlights of the day and look forward to hearing about fellows’ exciting research in this setting.
- MD in an accredited, relevant specialty training program (1st, 2nd, or 3rd year)
- PhD in a post-doctoral program (for not more than 3 years)
- PhD trainee
Faculty Perspectives for the Fifteenth Fellows Forum in Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Diseases
- Ego Seeman, MD, FRACP, Professor, University of Melbourne, Austin Health, West Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia I think this program is more important than ever now. We have moved into troubling times in many ways, one is the attrition of the founding fathers of the golden age of bone biology. What you are doing is important and it’s a privilege to be part of it.
- Teresita Bellido, PhD, Professor, University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas It will be my honor and pleasure to participate this year again in the Forum. It is just a great program.
- Bart Clarke, MD, Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota Happy to participate in this excellent program for our fellows to encourage their careers in bone and mineral metabolism.