Braden Romer



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The Gait & Clinical Movement Analysis Society Job Board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below is a list of current opportunities within the field. 

If you or your employer would like to place an list a position on the GCMAS Job Board, please email the GCMAS Communications Chair, Braden Romer, ([email protected]), with a PDF File containing the pertinent information. Unless otherwise requested, job listings will stay active for 90 days.

 

February 19, 2024: Physical Therapist, Motion Analysis Center, Shriners Children's - Northern California

February 16, 2024: Clinical Lead Physical Therapist, Leon Room Motion Analysis Laboratory, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY

December 29, 2023: Physical Therapist / Motion Lab Clinician, Shriners Children's, Portland, OR

December 1, 2023: Fully Funded Hospital Position - Development Specialist, Shriners Children's Hospital, Lexington, KY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Membership Inquiries

You can contact the GCMAS Membership Council using this feedback form.


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2024 Annual Meeting of the Gait & Clinical Movement Analysis Society

Host: Georgia Tech University

Academy of Medicine

Dates: June 16 - 18, 2024

Abstract submission information, registration rates, and Speaker information will be forthcoming. 

Host Hotel: 

Conference Contacts:

                                                    

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Force and Motion Foundation Student Grants

The Force and Motion Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization fully funded by AMTI, to support students in fields related to multi-axis force measurement and testing. The Foundation also serves as creator and curator of the Virtual Poster Session, an international resource for information exchange and networking within the academic community

They award more than $40,000 in travel and academic scholarships to promising U.S. and international graduate students every year. The Force and Motion Foundation would like to make these scholarships more known and available for students to access and apply.

More information, as well as application steps, can be viewed at http://www.forceandmotion.org


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Services

The GCMAS has previously offered the following tutorials, workshops, symposiums, and consulting services to members and Fine Wire EMG non-members. These workshops are available often available on a fee basis and can be a standalone event or paired with existing symposiums or conferences. 

  • Motion Analysis for Beginners
  • Indications and Explicit Guidance for Bony Surgery Using Gait Analysis
  • Toe Walking: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment Decision-making Using Gait Analysis
  • From Body to Joints to Muscles: An Integrative Multi-Scale Assessment of Ankle and Foot Function in Human Locomotion
  • Indications and Explicit Guidance for Bony Surgery Using Gait Analysis
  • Why We Walk The Way We Do
  • Quantitative Clinical and Biomechanical Analysis of Upper Extremity Movement Dysfunction
  • I downloaded OpenSim – NOW WHAT?
  • Gait Analysis Data Interpretation: Understanding kinematic relationships within and across planes of motion
  • Induced Acceleration Analysis for Everyone
  • Biomechanical Models for Gait Analysis – Which One Should We Choose
  • Indications and Explicit Guidance for Soft Tissue Surgery Using Gait Analysis
  • Commission for Motion Laboratory Accreditation (CMLA)
  • Clinical Applications of Nonlinear Analysis
  • Innovative Techniques in EMG Analysis
  • Problem Solving in Clinical Movement Analysis: The Challenge of Running a Quality Service
  • Integrated Quantitative Spasticity Assessment
  • Automation of Data Collection, Analysis, Storage, Reporting, & Retrieval in Motion Analysis Laboratories
  • Impairment Focused Interpretation: A clinical reasoning approach to the interpretation and understanding of gait analysis data
  • Robotic Lower Limb Exoskeletons for Human Locomotion
  • Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) - Theory and Practice
  • Minimally Invasive Multi-level Surgery & Rehabilitation for children with Cerebral Palsy
  • Software for Interactive Musculosketetal Modeling (SIMM) to facilitate modeling, animation and analysis of 3D musculosketetal systems.
  • Database development and management
  • Foot Modeling: Common Techniques and Clinical Applications

The society is in the process of organizing and hosting webinars that will be available to members and non-members. Information will be posted on the website as it becomes available. If there is a specific topic of interest, or if you are interested in organizing such an event, please email [email protected].

 


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2016 Conference Site Proposals

The Executive Committee of the Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society is seeking proposals to host the Year 2016 Annual Meeting. We welcome proposals involving lower cost venues such as university facilities, as well as hotel based venues.

Full proposal guidelines are available at this link.

Examples of the criteria by which proposals will be evaluated include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Demonstrated level of commitment
  • Host organizational resources
  • Experience of proposed group
  • Transportation/accessibility factors
  • Hotel accommodation factors
  • Meeting facility & proximity of presentation, poster, and exhibitor space
  • Audio/visual capabilities
  • Ability to provide CME credit or work with the GCMAS CME provider
  • Ability to provide CEU credit
  • Cost factors (room night requirements, minimum food & beverage charges, room rates, AV costs, CME/CEU costs, etc.)
  • Dates (avoid POSNA, Mother’s day, Easter)
  • Local attractions and activities

Potential hosts are strongly encouraged to use the free services of HelmsBriscoe when searching for conference locations.  HelmsBriscoe has significant negotiating power, which will help us to keep costs affordable, and they will have the meeting specifications, simplifying the site selection process for you (you can specify any particular hotels you would like to consider). If you intend to use HelmsBriscoe, they request that you let them make first contact with the hotels to give them the greatest negotiating power. Our contact at HelmsBriscoe is Debbie Daly ([email protected]).

Those submitting a “letter (or e-mail) of interest” will be given more specific information about the meeting requirements. If you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. MacWilliams.


 Deadline for submission of “letter of interest”:  June 20, 2014

Full proposals will be due:  August 26, 2014


Please submit your letter of interest to:

Bruce MacWilliams, Ph.D.
President – GCMAS
1275 Fairfax Rd. Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Phone: 801.536.3800
Fax: 801.536.3782
[email protected]