Our Annual Symposium will be held on Monday 26 October 2020 via Zoom. The Symposium will feature oral presentations from multiple speakers and a plenary lecture delivered by Dr John Beard.

Plenary Lecture

Our Plenary Lecture will be delivered by Dr John Beard and is entitled “Musculoskeletal medicine and the Decade of Healthy Ageing 2021-2030”.

Schedule

Presentations will begin at 4.00pm and run for approximately 2 hours.

NameTitle
Jesse ZankerSarcopenia Definitions and Outcomes Consortium (SDOC) Criteria Are Strongly Associated With Malnutrition, Depression, Falls, and Fractures in High-Risk Older Persons
Tabitha CreeInvestigating the role of FKBP25 in C2C12 myogenesis
Jack FeehanBlood borne bone: Circulating Osteoprogenitors Associated with Bone and Muscle quality.
Alexander TaceyThe influence of undercarboxylated osteocalcin on endothelial function in normal and high glucose conditions
Stefanie BirdAssociations between household income and bone-related proinflammatory cytokines early in the life-course: A systematic review
Danielle DebruinFour Weeks of High Vitamin D Supplementation Enhances Muscle Recovery from Hind limb Immobilisation
Ahmed Al SaediLipid Signalling Mediators Regulate Muscle Mass during Ageing
Jason TalevskiDifferences Between Men and Women in Recovery of Quality of Life 12-months Post-Fracture: Analyses of the International Cost and Utility Related to Osteoporotic Fractures Study (ICUROS)
Isaac RheePatient reported outcome measures in hip replacement approaches: The Western Health experience
Dean CampeljThe Guardian of the Galaxy: Targeting Dystrophin to Protect Against Cachexia
Samantha KucewiczIs Selenoprotein Sa Novel Regulator of Inflammation & Contractile Function in Skeletal Muscle?
Mahdi lmaniTissue Compass
Ben KirkBody composition reference ranges in healthy Australian adults: The Australian Body Composition (ABC) Study
Cara TimpaniRe purposing a Multiple Sclerosis Drug for the Treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Registration and enquiries

Registrations are closed for this event.

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