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ASB meeting 2011
The 2011 Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics will be hosted by the University of Southern California and held August 10 to 13 in Long Beach. The organizers of ASB encourage the submission of abstracts on the full spectrum of biomechanics topics, including aging, biofluidics, comparative biomechanics, cellular and tissue mechanics, computational biomechanics, ergonomics, imaging, injury prevention, instrumentation, locomotion, molecular motors, motor control, neuromechanics, orthopedics, prosthetics, rehabilitation, robotics, sports, tissue engineering, and vehicle occupant safety. Both modeling and experimental work is encouraged at scales ranging from molecular to whole body.