Since 2016, ECTS has successfully run as part of our Annual Congress Programme, a specific East-meets-West Programme where experts from Europe, USA, Japan, China and Korea discuss latest advances and controversies in research and clinical practice in the bone field.

Join the East-Meets-West experts during “The Dysmobility Syndrome” session.

Programme

Pre-Recorded Presentations:

  • Welcome & Introductions – Speaker: Salvatore Minisola (Roma, Italy)
  • Muscle, mobility and fracture: A nation-wide study in China – Speaker: Weibo Xia (Beijing, China)
  • Muscle, mobility and fracture: U.S. studies – Speaker: Steve Cummings (San Francisco, United States)
  • Bone microarchitecture, nutrition and fractures: The Gerico study – Speaker: Emmanuel Biver (Geneva, Switzerland)

 

Live & Interactive Session on 13 November 2020 14:00-15:00 CET

Discussion and future plans for developing further themes, Q&A
Speaker: Salvatore Minisola (Roma, Italy)
Speaker: Yong-Chan Ha (Seoul, Korea, Republic of)
Speaker: Seiji Fukumoto (Tokushima, Japan)
Speaker: Kim Bom Taeck (Korea, Republic of)

16:30
Welcome
Prof Salvatore Minisola , Prof Claus-C. Glüer
16:35-17:00
Essential Question to be Addressed by Research: Western Perspective
17:00 -17:25
Essential Question to be Addressed by Research: Eastern Perspective
CSOBMR
17:25-17:40
Exemplifying Research from China
CSOBMR
17:40-17:55
Exemplifying Research from Japan
Prof Yuuki Imai , Associate Director Ehime University
17:55-18:10
Exemplifying Research from Korea
Prof Chang Suk Suh ,President  KSO
18:10-18:25
Podium Discussion: Exiting perspectives for Research
All speakers and presidents
18:25-18:30
Summary
Prof Salvatore Minisola , Prof Claus-C. Glüer
18:30-19:00
Closed session on Future Plans for Developing the Theme “Mobility and Longevity”
Prof Salvatore Minisola, Prof Claus-C. Glüer, Presidents and representatives of 4 Eastern Societies