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Grant Writing Workshops
May 06, 2014
The American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand will sponsor two ASSH members to attend the US Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) Young Investigators Initiative and Workshop Program. The deadline is July 15th.
May 06, 2014
This research opportunity is designed specifically for residents and fellows, offering a small amount of funding to seed innovative projects related to hand surgery.
May 02, 2014
Register for the 2014 Annual Meeting, apply for Council, and more!
From AAOS
May 02, 2014
Information regarding the submission of poster or scientific exhibit abstracts for the 2015 AAOS Annual Meeting in Las Vegas.
Survey Summary
May 02, 2014
Results from the April 25, 2014 One-Question Survey in which members were asked about the importance of the availability of internet stations at the 69th ASSH Annual Meeting in Boston.
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