ISBS ELECTIONS - 2016

Randall Jensen

Secretary General

According to the ISBS Cons­tituti­on, the electi­on of the President-Elect and ten (10) members of the Board of Directors is mandated in the year 2016.

The directors have considerable influence on the direction and activities of the Society, thus it is important to seek individuals who are responsible and willing to serve the Society.

The By-Laws of the Society state, “Only members in good standing may vote, stand for election or appointment to office.” So, it is imperative that your membership dues are current. For membership information and dues payment go to: http://isbs.org/membership

The election process is as follows:

Terms of office:

2016-2017 term will begin at the Post Conference meeting in Tsukuba, Japan

Board of Directors:

Two-year term

President-Elect:

Shall serve for one year as President Elect, two years as President and one year as Past President

Nominations:

  •  Self-nomination is permitted.
  •  Current directors may stand for re-election.
  •  According to the ISBS Constitution, a maximum of 10 (ten) years of service is allowed for each individual (not including years as President, President Elect, Past President, Treasurer, or Secretary General).
  •  Before nominating another member, please be certain that the member is willing to serve.

Nomination Period:

17 February 2016 – 23 March 2016.

Submission of Nominations:

Nominations and self-nominations should be submitted to:

Randall Jensen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Candidate Statements:

Candidates are encouraged to submit a photo and a statement of 100 words or less. (In order to be fair to all candidates, statements that are longer than 100 words will be truncated.)

This is not an academic position, so although a statement may include academic achievements, it should also include information relative to the position. A description of the Director position is provided on the Society webpage http://isbs.org/about-us/constitution 

Deadline for nominations:

The deadline is Wednesday 23 March 2015.

Additional Information:

randalljensen If you need additional information, please contact me:

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Telephone: +1-906-227-1184

 

 

 

Dear ISBS members,

Happy New Year!

A friendly reminder that applications for the:

  • Hans Gros Emerging Researcher Award are due in just under 1 week (Sunday 31st of January)
  • New Investigator Award in just over 3 weeks (20th February)

Due to the busy festive period, we are aware that this does not give much time for submission, therefore we are going to extend the deadline to Friday 12th February for the Hans Gros Emerging Researcher award.

The New Investigator Award will have a deadline of Saturday 20th February.

Hans Gros Emerging Researcher Applicants

Send the application form (available here) and your letter of support to me, Neal Smith at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

New Investigator Award Applicants

Submit your conference paper electronically on the ISBS 2016 platform by the paper deadline for the conference. To create an account, fill the form at this webpage https://isbs2016.org/

AND email your documentary evidence (current student enrolment or recent graduate) to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This documentary evidence must be received by the deadline for this award. Please also indicate the title of your paper and whether you would like to enter the oral or poster category of the competition.

Thank you for your participation,

Dr Neal Smith
VP Awards

Dear Colleagues,

As part of increasing of ISBS’s aim to increase the impact and visibility of researchers work we have developed a collaboration with the American Society of Biomechanics. The American Society of Biomechanics (ASB) will host a keynote speaker from the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports (ISBS) at the 40th Annual Meeting of ASB in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA held August 2nd to 5th, 2016. This inaugural lecture will provide a great opportunity to expose North American biomechanists to the leading edge of international research in the biomechanics of sports. The successful proposal will be based on the ISBS philosophy of Theory to practice.

Additional Information

Funding: Conference registration fee and accommodation will be provided. In addition up to $2000 US will be provided towards documented costs incurred for an economy class flight, airport transfers, and subsistence during travel days.

Review committee: All applications will be considered by a review committee consisting of two representatives of ISBS and two representatives of ASB. Committee members will be appointed by the relevant boards of each society.

Deadline: Submissions will open for consideration from January 30th to February 29th, 2016. If there are any questions regarding this call for proposals please contact: Professor Gareth Irwin, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (ISBS President). All submissions should be emailed as a single pdf attachment to Professor Irwin on or before the deadline. Further details on the call are available here.

Kind Regards,

girwin 17 Gareth Irwin
ISBS President