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About the FishBone Workshop
Zebrafish, medaka, and other laboratory fish models hold unique potential to open ‎powerful avenues for skeletal research that are challenging in other vertebrates. Modern technologies have ‎brought forth new opportunities to identify genetic and phenotypic similarities between fish and mammalian skeletons, as well as translate across fish and human bone physiologies. These efforts by the community may be greatly aided by bringing together established and potential fish users with bone researchers from different disciplines.

The mission of FishBone is to bring together basic scientists and clinical researchers from the bone biomedical community together with fish skeletal biologists to facilitate cross-talk, establish foundations, and develop new experimental models of skeletal health.

To this end, FishBone is happy to announce FishBone 2022 to be held on May 6, 2022 as part of the European Calcified Tissue Society (ECTS) Pre Congress.

-Fish models of musculoskeletal disease
-Skeletal development
-Bone regeneration
-Bone/muscle adaptation
-Technologies for bone imaging
‎-Genetic engineering in fish

FishBone 2022 will be an in-person, half-day event. The for­mat of Fish­Bone encour­ages inter­ac­tion between estab­lished and poten­tial fish users and ‎bone researchers from dif­fer­ent dis­ci­plines. All pre­sen­ters are encour­aged to pro­vide back­ground to bring par­tic­i­pants to a basic level of under­stand­ing, as well as to present new data.

Organizing Committee
Leonor Cancela
Antonella Forlino
Matthew Harris
David Karasik
Ronald Kwon
Andy Willaert