International Symposium of Ligaments & Tendons – V

Wyndham Washington, DC
February 19, 2005

ISL&T is a focused meeting devoted to ligament and tendon biomechanics, biology, tissue engineering and clinical management of their injuries. Besides the podium and poster presentations of knee ligament, tendon biology and biomechanics, pathophysiology, tissue engineering and other hot topics, this year’s meeting highlights three special symposia on Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy, Functional Tissue Engineering and Tendon Healing & ACL as well as a mini symposium on Gender-Related Tissue Differences and Knee Kinematics. We anticipate free exchange of current scientific information with lively discussion of cutting edge research at the highest scientific level.

This year, keynote lectures were given by:

Lou Soslowsky, Ph.D.
David Butler, Ph.D.
Savio Woo, Ph.D.
Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D.
Evan Flatow, M.D.
Al Banes, Ph.D.
Per Renstrom, M.D., Ph.D.