ISSLS Annual meeting in 2024
It is with great pleasure we can inform you that the ISSLS members voted yes hold to the 2024 annual meeting in Milan.
More information will come soon regarding dates for the meeting.
We look forward to seeing you in Milan in 2024!
Connecting us through Interaction Discussion & Debates!
The preliminary Scientific Program will soon be finalised and we're working hard to get the structure just right. At a time of physical separation, it’s important to focus on our strengths to draw us closer: Interaction Discussion and Debate – just like our onsite meetings.
Save the dates:
May 31 to June 1: Committee Meetings
June 2 to June 4: Scientific Program
2021 ISSLS Prize Winners
Congratulations to this year's winners of the ISSLS Prize for Lumbar Spine Research. Professor Björn Rydevik, Chair of the ISSLS Prize Committee said that the Committee was impressed with the quality of this year's entries and that the competition was extremely strong.
The 2021 ISSLS Prize winners can be found here (Link to ISSLS Prize page
ISSLS Annual meeting 2021 goes virtual
Meeting dates are May 31 - June 4. The first two days are for committee meetings and the next three days are scientific
Planning for the program is currently underway and more details will be available soon.
Did you miss the 2020 ISSLS Prize Winners webinar
Did you miss the ISSLS Prize webinar or wish to view it again? Now you have the chance to listen to the presentations and you can also contact the presenters via e-mail if you wish to ask questions or discuss the papers.
The reliability and interpretability of score change in lumbar spine research
Catharina Parai, Olle Hägg, Bengt Lind, Helena Brisby, Sweden
Contact info: email@example.com
Examining causal effects of body mass index on back pain: a Mendelian randomization study
Elizaveta E. Elgaeva, Yakov Tsepilov, Maxim B. Freidin, Frances M.K. Williams, Yurii Aulchenko, Pradeep Suri,
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beyond microstructure: circumferential specialization within the lumbar intervertebral disc annulus extends to collagen nanostructure, with counterintuitive relationships to macroscal material properties
Tyler W Herod, Sam P. Veres, Canada
Contact info: Sam.Veres@smu.ca
Josef Assheuer 1941-2020
Josef Assheuer has been a member of ISSLS since 1992 and he contributed with important perspectives to the multidisciplinary nature of the ISSLS, as a clinician-scientist in radiology, nuclear medicine and imaging, and most recently as a co-chair of the ISSLS Degenerative Spinal Phenotypes Focus Group.
Raghu Natarajan 1940-2020
Read his obituary here