Welcome to the website of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Biomechanics.
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All memberships of the ANZSB expired at the end of 2014. Only people who have paid their subscription fees this year are current members of the ANZSB. If you are unsure about whether your membership is current email Rob Herbert, Secretary/Treasurer of ANZSB, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some changes have been made to procedures for joining the ANZSB. Starting in 2015, a term of membership is two years rather than just one. So people who become members in 2015 will receive membership for 2015 and 2016. Join now to get the best value for your membership fees! Membership for two years is AUD $100 for full membership and $50 for student membership.
The ANZSB executive has been exploring mechanisms to simplify payment of membership fees. In the next few months it will become possible to pay membership fees with a secure credit card or PayPal transaction from the ANZSB web site. That should make payment of fees easier, especially for members from outside of Australia. We will let members know when the facility for credit card payment of membership fees becomes available
ANZSB Travel Awards
Congratulations to the following winners of the ANZSB travel awards to help them on their way to ISB in Glasgow
Student - Brent Raiteri, University of Queensland
ECMR - Bart Bolsterlee, Neuroscience Research Australia
Brent will be presenting "Feasibility and reliability of three-dimensional ultrasound for measuring human tibialis anterior muscle deformation during isometric contractions" on the Monday.
Bart will be presenting "Accuracy of ultrasound measurements of human medial gastrocnemius muscle architecture" on the Tuesday
The most recent newsletter was released on the 8th of May. If you did not recieve one it is likely that your membership has lapsed.
Previous ABC Meeting
University of Wollongong, Faculty of Science, Medicine and HealthTweets by @ANZSB