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IOF-Novartis Young Scholars' Awards presented to seven researchers from six countries

Seven young investigators today received IOF─Novartis Young Scholars' Awards, which were presented during the 2006 IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis (IOF WCO) in Toronto, Canada.

The recipients of the awards were:

  • Stephanie Boutroy, Lyon, France
  • Nicholas Harvey, Southampton, UK
  • Anna Holmberg, Malm, Sweden
  • Yi-Hsiang Hsu, Boston, USA
  • Hong-Yo Kang, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  • Oskar Strm, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Laszlo Tanko, Ballerup, Denmark

"These young investigators were chosen to receive the IOF─Novartis Young Scholars' Award based on the excellence and quality of their research, which they submitted for presentation at the IOF World Congress," noted Professor Ren Rizzoli, chairman, IOF Committee of Scientific Advisors and chairman, IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis 2006 Scientific Committee. "The IOF, in partnership with Novartis, is committed to helping support and encourage the careers of young scholars, in the field of osteoporosis research."

Over150 abstracts were entered for consideration for this award, with authors being no more than 40 years old. For more information please see http://www.osteofound.org/activities/iof_novartis_scholars.html


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Contact: A Leopold
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International Osteoporosis Foundation
5-Jun-2006


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