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  • 1. American College of Sports Medicine60th Annual Meeting and4th World Congress on Exercise is Medicine®PREVIEW PROGRAM
  • 2. 2013 Preview Program Dear Friends and Colleagues: Schedule at-a-Glance On behalf of the Program Committee, I invite you Tuesday, May 28 to join us in Indianapolis for the 60th Annual • Registration Opens • Graduate and Early Career Day Meeting and 4th World Congress on Exercise is Pre-conference Medicine of the American College of Sports • World Congress on Exercise is Medicine. The Program Committee has organized Medicine Keynote Sessions an extraordinary array of cutting edge science and • World Congress on Exercise isclinical sessions for the 2013 meetings. Note that the Program Medicine Educational SessionsCommittee, based on attendee feedback, has added some Wednesday, May 29enhancements to the annual meeting: • Joseph B. Wolffe Memorial Lecture • Scientific/Clinical Sessions• Increased focus on basic, applied and integrative science to • Exhibit Hall Opens highlight extraordinary research with relevance to health and • Student Colloquium performance • Interest Group Meetings• Clinical sports medicine track, including CAQ review sessions and • Student Bowl clinical case thematic poster sessions Thursday, May 30Overall, you will find a program that emphasizes exceptionally • Josephine L. Rathbone Memorialstrong scientific and clinical content across the breadth of interests Breakfast honoring ACSM’s Women • President’s Lecturesamong our membership that only ACSM can deliver. • Scientific/Clinical SessionsMany social and networking events are scheduled throughout the • Exhibit Hall Openmeeting, allowing members and guests a chance to get acquainted • Interest Group Meetingsor reacquainted. Unscheduled time remains during the lunch hour • Basic Science Reception with Poster Presentationsand in the evenings for meeting with colleagues, exercising without • Clinical Reception with Posterfeeling like you are missing out on important learning opportunities, Presentationsor to take in some of the wonderful opportunities for recreation and • Diversity Reception (invitation only)dining that Indianapolis has to offer. • Regional Chapter Events • International Reception (invitationFinally, check out the prestigious Wolffe, Dill and President’s only)Lectures on page 4, you will not want to miss them. Thesescientists have been invited to showcase their outstanding Friday, May 31 • Gisolfi Fun Runcontributions and insights on topics important to our membership. • D.B. Dill Historical LecturePlease make plans now to join us in Indianapolis to enjoy what • Scientific/Clinical Sessionspromises to be one of the best ACSM meetings ever! • Exhibit Hall Open • Student Meet the Expert SessionSincerely, • New Fellow Reception (invitation only) • Cocktail Reception and Awards BanquetWilliam W. Dexter, M.D., FACSM2013 Program Committee Chair, President-elect Saturday, June 1 • President’s Lectures • Scientific/Clinical SessionsACSM Thanks Our 2013 Annual Meeting SupportersThe American College of Sports Medicine gratefully acknowledges the receipt of grants in support of oureducational program currently from:PREMIERPRESENTINGASSOCIATE2 American College of Sports Medicine
  • 3. ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® www.acsm.org One Registration… Two Superb Meetings! May 28-June 1, 2013 Indianapolis, Indiana USA he ACSM Annual Meeting brings together the best in basic science, applied science and clinicalT medicine. Learn the latest innovation in your field and how it can help you. At this year’s World Congress on Exercise is Medicine, learn how the infrastructure developed over the last three yearsis here to support you—in your profession and in your everyday life. The fourth annual World Congress onExercise is Medicine—held in conjunction with ACSM’s 60th Annual Meeting—will show you how to buildyour local network and make your community a healthier place. Objectives 10. Develop an understanding of mechanisms of the epidemiology of the injuries in youth At the conclusion of the meeting, participants sports in order to initiate prevention strategies should be able to: for your patients. 1. Evaluate the biological, biomechanical, 11. Develop a plan for office based physical psychological and behavioral changes activity promotion in order to effectively accompanying exercise in both normal and promote and prescribe physical activity for pathological states. patients to enhance health and prevent 2. Analyze state-of-the art and innovative basic disease. science, applied science, and clinical medicine 12. Develop an understanding of EKG in the areas of exercise, fitness, health, and interpretation in athletes in order to initiate physical performance. appropriate referral to a specialist for an athlete with syncope. 3. Compare new approaches and perspectives concerning exercise science and sports Target Audience medicine through interactive discussions with ACSM members and professionals interested in scientists and clinicians in related fields. the field of sports medicine and exercise science. 4. Recognize the importance of basic science research as it relates to diseases and conditions Earn Continuing Education that exist due to physical inactivity. Credits/ Continuing Medical 5. Assess how physical activity research and Education Credits practice can contribute to public health. • Accreditation: The American College of Sports Clinically Specific Objectives Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation 6. Formulate a differential diagnosis for athletes Council for Continuing Medical Education to with an ACL injury in order to initiate provide continuing medical education for appropriate treatment plans for return to play. physicians. 7. Evaluate the use of EMG in clinical sports • AMA/PRA Credits: The American College of medicine practice in order to improve diagnosis Sports Medicine designates this live activity for a and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. maximum of 28.5 AMA PRA Category 1 8. Evaluate appropriate diagnostic strategies and Credits™. Physicians should claim only credit therapeutic measures to treat exercise overdose commensurate with the extent of their on the cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and participation in the activity. immunologic systems. • ACSM CECs: The American College of Sports 9. Determine appropriate treatment strategies for Medicine’s Professional Education Committee dancers with hip injuries in order to improve certifies that this continuing education offering their ability to return to play. meets the criteria for a maximum of 28.5 hours of ACSM Continuing Education credit. • NATA – CEUs: ACSM is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education (CE) for Certified Athletic Trainers (ATs). 28.5 CEUs awarded. Leading the Way 3
  • 4. 2013 Preview Program Educational Highlights The following lectures will be featured at the ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® The Joseph B. Exercise is Exercise is Wolffe The D.B. Dill Medicine Keynote Medicine Keynote Memorial Lecture Historical Lecture Lecture Lecture Exercise is 45 Years as a Team Exercise as Therapeutic Advocacy and the Good Medicine Physician: Lessons Agent for the 21st Sport Medicine from the Laboratory, Century–Emphasis on Professional: Lessons Scott Powers, Ed.D., Ph.D., FACSM Operating Room and Efficacy, Dosing, and from the Tobacco Wars University of Florida Playing Field Safety/Toxicity Andrew Pipe, Gainesville, Florida John Bergfeld, Carl Lavie, M.D., FACSM M.D., FACSM M.D. University of Ottawa Cleveland Clinic Foundation John Ochsner Heart and Heart Institute Cleveland, Ohio Vascular Institute Ottawa, Ontario New Orleans, Louisiana Canada PRESIDENT’S LECTURES Environmental Research on The Art and Science of Sport Physical Activity: Scientific Concussion: Translating Data Progress Leading to Action into Concussion Prevention James Sallis, Ph.D., FACSM Kevin Guskiewicz, Ph.D., FACSM University of California, San Diego University of North Carolina San Diego, California Chapel Hill, North Carolina Loaded Dice: Aging in a Lessons Learned at the Coal Changing Climate Face of Sports Nutrition W. Larry Kenney, Ph.D., FACSM Louise Burke, Ph.D., FACSM Pennsylvania State University Australian Institute of Sport, University Park, Pennsylvania Belconnen New South Wales, Australia NAMED LECTURES Paffenbarger John R. Sutton Elsworth R. Buskirk Tutorial Lecture Clinical Lecture Tutorial Lecture Physical Activity: The 21st ACL Injuries in Children: Humans in Hypoxia: A Century’s Solution to Global Where Are We? Conspiracy of Maladaptation! Medical Concerns Lyle Micheli, Jerome Dempsey, Ph.D., FACSM Rainer Rauramaa, M.D., FACSM University of Wisconsin M.D., FACSM Childrens Hospital Boston, Madison, Wisconsin Kuopio Research Institute Harvard Medical School of Exercise Medicine Boston, Massachusetts Kuopio, Finland4 American College of Sports Medicine
  • 5. ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® www.acsm.org BASIC SCIENCE, APPLIED SCIENCE, CLINICAL AND INTEGRATIVE SESSIONS BY CATEGORYAthlete Care and Clinical Medicine • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound of the Hip andHighlighted Symposium PelvisOsteoporosis: New Approaches to an OLD Problem • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound of the Knee: Normal, Speakers TBD Abnormal, and Interventions• A Consensus Conference on Management and • NATA Exchange Lecture Return to Play of the Female Athlete Triad • Novel Research in Non-surgical Treatment of• A Systematic Approach to the Athlete with Hip Chronic Exertional Leg Pain Pain • Osteopathic Approach and Techniques for• ACSM/NASS Joint Symposium: Spine Care in Posterior Hip Pain Children and Adolescents • Outcomes from TPCC• AMSSM Exchange Lecture • Pediatric Fracture Management with FRC• An Update Regarding State Safety Policies for • Physical Exam of the C-Spine and L-Spine Youth Athletes • PRP and Chronic Tendinosis – A Match Made in• Ankle Sprains: Recent Advances on the Most Heaven? Common Athletic Injury • Return to Sports Decision-Making for the• Anterior Knee Pain: Diagnosis and Successful Endurance Athlete: Integrating the Treatment Management Team from A.R.T. to Zolendronate• AOSSM Exchange Lecture: H&P to MRI- • Rowing Medical Update Shoulder • Scapulothoracic• Approach to Skin Infections in Athletes • Shoulder Ultrasound• Basics of Reading an MRI of the Lumbar Spine • Sleep Is Sports Medicine: How Sleep Influences• Beyond Ankle Sprains: Managing Foot and Ankle Metabolism, Training, and Performance Conditions in the Pediatric Athlete • Sports Cardiology 2013: Hot Topics and• Can Human Movement Patterns Predict & Controversies Prevent Musculoskeletal Injury? • Strength Training for Geriatric Patients• CAQ Review Session (Part I): ACSM/AMSSM • Teaching Musculoskeletal Medicine to Medical• CAQ Review Session (Part 2): ACSM/AMSSM Students• Clinical Decision Making in Sports Medicine: • The Evaluation and Treatment of Chronic Moving from the Evidence to the Goal Exertional Compartment Syndrome: A Point-• Current Issues In Lacrosse Counterpoint on Operative vs. Nonoperative• Disability Awareness Training: From Staff to Treatment Management • The Musculoskeletal Pre-participation Exam: The• Electrodiagnostics Basics for the Sports Role of Functional Testing Medicine Physician • The Role of NCAA, ACSM, and BCA in• Emerging Evidence for Return to Sport Promoting Health Among Athletes and Coaches Following ACL Injury • The Young Dancers Hip: Turnout Properly or Not• Examination of the Knee: Pediatric and Adult at All!• Exercise and Pregnancy • Ultrasound of the Volar Wrist• H&P to MRI – Knee • Winners Play Smart! BokSmart – South African• Hand and Wrist Exam Rugby’s Injury Intervention Program• How to Win the Battle Against the Triad? • Zealous from Zurich! Collaborative Concussion• Injury and Illness Surveys at Major Sporting Consensus – Realizing Return To Play Events• Injury Prevention Equipment in Youth Sports Biomechanics and Neural Control of• Lumbosacral Radiculopathy in the Athlete Movement• Manual Medicine 101: Manual Medicine Featured Science Session Approach to the Sports Medicine Patient Musculoskeletal Modeling and Stimulation to Solve• Manual Therapy for Low Back Pain in Athletes Sports Related Problems• Massage-Based Therapies For Recovery From Irene Davis, FACSM, Mont Hubbard, Kurt Manal, Eccentric Exercise: From Bench To Sideline Ross Miller, Darryl Thelen• Medical Acupuncture and Sports Medicine • Baseball Catching in Youth: Injury Predictors• MSK Ultrasound: Clinically Valid or Just Plain and Prevention Program Fun? Leading the Way 5
  • 6. 2013 Preview Program• Biomechanical Factors Related to the Etiology of Environmental and Occupational Low Back Pain Physiology• Cartilage Injury In Sports: Prevalence, Featured Science Session Evaluation, and Treatment Fluid In = Fluid Out: Predicting Fluid Needs on the• Exam of the Foot and Ankle Basis of Sweat Losses• Iliotibial Band Syndrome: An Update on the Samuel N. Cheuvront, FACSM, Matthew Cramer, Ollie Jay, Robert W. Kenefick, FACSM, Scott J. Montain, Biomechanics, Diagnosis, and Treatment of a FACSM Common and Vexing Problem in Runners• New Frontiers in Activity Monitoring: • Aging and Pathophysiology in Skin Blood Flow Biomechanical Applications Control: Implications for Exercise• The Role of Gait Analysis in Injury Prevention in Thermoregulation Endurance Athletes: Is it Worth the Investment • Altitude Training: New Answers to Old Questions• What is the True Mechanism of ACL Injury? • Applying Performance Standards in the Workplace – Current Issues • ECSS Exchange Lecture – Internal and ExternalCardiovascular, Renal and Heat Transfer in Hyperthermic HumansRespiratory Physiology • Exertional Hyponatremia: Can We ReconcileFeatured Science Session Published Data?Assessing Vascular Function: Past, Current and • Harvard Fatigue Lab – Steven M. Horvath andFuture Promises J. Richard Coast, FACSM, Ellen Dawson, Daniel J. Beyond Green, Jon Groot, Russell Richardson, Melissa Witman Epidemiology and Biostatistics• 12-Lead Electrocardiography in Athletes: Uses Featured Science Session and Interpretation Obesity: Beautiful Hypotheses, Unpleasant Facts• Brian J. Whipp’s Scientific Legacy: Extra- Siddhartha S. Angadi, Katherine Flegal, Christian K. ordinary Insights and Future Directions Roberts, FACSM, Robert Ross, FACSM, Xuemei Sui• Cardiopulmonary Sex Differences During • Advancing Objective Assessment of Physical Exercise Across the Life-span and With Disease Activity and Sedentary Behavior• Chronic Kidney Disease: Vascular Consequences • Cancer Prevention: Is Exercise or a Healthy Body and Potential Therapies Weight More Important?• Control of Airway Function During and After • Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Tackle Exercise in the Asthmatic Obesity• Exercise, Rehabilitation, and Vascular Health • Expanding the Youth PA Compendium: Moving• Exercise-induced Cardiomyopathy: Fact or Toward Standardized Measures of Physical Fiction? Activity• Filling the Risk Factor Gap: Reasons Why • Health Equity/Kids With Disability Exercise is Better For Your Cardiovascular Than You Think Exercise is Medicine• Sympathetic Regulation of Blood Flow: It’s Not (see page 8 for more information) Just Norepinephrine Anymore • A Drug Called Exercise • ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing andClinical Exercise Physiology Prescription the Ninth Edition – A PreviewHighlighted Symposium • Cardiorespiratory Fitness as a Risk Factor:The Bucket List Challenges and Opportunities for Carl Foster, FACSM, Elizabeth A. Joy, FACSM, Implementation in Primary Care Benjamin D. Levine, FACSM, William O. Roberts, FACSM • Exercise and Training in Cancer Patients: Cardiac, Endocrine, and Immune Effects• Contemporary Issues in Cardiac Rehabilitation • Exercise in Obesity: Let’s Focus on what Matters• Emerging Exercise Strategies for Heart Failure • Exercise Is Medicine – and How It Fits into Drug Patients Development • Exercise is Medicine for Community Health: Promoting Energy Balance and Health Through Linking Providers, Patients and Communities • Exercise is Medicine on Campus: Celebrate and Participate!6 American College of Sports Medicine
  • 7. ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® www.acsm.org• FES-Exercise is Medicine: Activate Those Immunology/Genetics/Endocrinology Paralyzed Muscles! Featured Science Session• Focus on Physical Activity for Special Endocrine Related Populations: Risk Factors, Race, and Region Speakers TBD• Healthy Living Through Lifestyle: Beyond Pills • Endocrine and Procedures • Exercise and Immune Dysregulation in Aging• Implications of Genetics Research for Physicians • Exercise Genomics and Fitness Professionals • IGF-I From Molecule to Man: Functions, Roles,• Linking Health Care with Fitness Care in Youth to and Relevance to Healthy Lifestyles Prevent Generation XXL • Personalized Exercise Medicine: Will Omics Help• Measurement of Physical Function: What We in Prescription Can Learn From Research in Gerontology• Move More, Sit Less: Improve Health, Metabolism and Nutrition Productivity & Work Performance and Reduce Featured Science Session Costs Integrative Control of Skeletal Muscle Fat• Navigating Scope of Practice of Fitness Metabolism: Impact of Dietary Intake Professionals: Does EIM Change the Landscape? Marcia J. Abbott, Jacob Jeppesen, Bente Kiens,• Physical Activity and Preserving Function in Melinda Manore, FACSM, Nancy R Rodriguez, Older Adults FACSM, Lorraine Turcotte, FACSM• Physiological and Biomechanical Benefits of • Energy Flux: Workload, Weight Management, Resistance Exercise for Joint Diseases and Appetite Control• Resistance Training: New Applications for • Exercising with Type 1 Diabetes Treatment • Health and Performance Benefits of Omega-3• Roadmap for Physical Activity, Lifestyle, and Fatty Acids: Something Fishy Going On? Comparative Effectiveness Research • I’m Not Fat, I’m Just Sleepy: Sleep and Circadian• Successful Aging & Sarcopenia: Translating Effects on Cardiometabolic Health Research into Practice • Lipid Metabolism: Molecular Regulation and• Teaching Exercise to Medical Students: Call for a Integrated Responses to Exercise National Curriculum • The Human Microbiome in Sports Performance• The Aging Athlete and Health• Translation of Exercise to Neuromuscular • The Impact of Anti-Doping on Best Practice for Disease the Health Professional• Wearable Technology to Improve Health: Moving • Use of Technology to Promote Physical Activity Beyond Assessing Activity and Weight ManagementFitness Assessment, Exercise Training, Physical Activity/Health Promotionand Performance of Athletes and InterventionsHealthy People • ActivEarth, ACSM & IndyHighlighted Symposium • ActivEarth: Promoting Healthy People and theSynthesizing Resistance Training Research: Using Planet Through Physical ActivityScience to Optimize Results Brent Alvar, FACSM, John McCarthy, FACSM, • Going Global: Physical Activity in the BRICS Eric Rawson, FACSM, Michael Stone • Health by Design• LONDON 2012: A Look Back at Sports Medicine • Instant Recess®: Manifesting Behavioral Issues of the Olympics/Paralympics Economics in Physical Activity Intervention• Overtraining: Research and Recommendations • Menopause, the “Change of Life”. What for Strength, Endurance and Team Sports Changes? What’s New? How Can We Help?• The Presidential Youth Fitness Program: A New • Physical Activity Guidelines Mid-Course Review Chapter in Youth Fitness Assessment • Sedentary Behavior and Cardiometabolic Risk:• Transitioning to Barefoot/Minimal Footwear Emerging Experimental Evidence Running • Technological Use Across the Lifespan in Minority Healthcare: There’s an App for That • Vigorous or Moderate Intensity Exercise? The Walking Versus Running Debate Leading the Way 7
  • 8. 2013 Preview ProgramProfessional Development/ • Critical Power: Cardiovascular and MuscleOrganizational Information Metabolic Determinants of Oxygen Uptake• ACSM Position Stand: Update 2013 • Development of Stem Cell Strategies for the• ACSM’s University Partnership: Certifying Your Prevention of Age-Related Muscle Loss Students • Functional Outcomes in Skeletal Muscle• Student Colloquium 2013: Racing to the Top of Disorders: Integrated Biological Evidence Your Career! • Human Tendon Function and Adaptation to Increased Loading • Muscle Atrophy, Impaired Function andPsychology, Behavior and Metabolism Following Inactivity (bed rest)Neurobiology • Neural Mechanisms of Muscle FatigueFeatured Science Session • New Insights into Skeletal Muscle Fatigue: FromWeighing in on Obesity Bias: Research and Practice Single Myofibers to Humansin Physical Activity Mitch Barton, Christy Greenleaf, Scott Martin • Prostaglandin and COX Inhibiting Drug Regulation of Exercise Adaptations• Brain, Behavior and Immunity: How the Immune • Sensing the Tension: Identifying System Talks to the Brain Mechanotransducers that Regulate Muscle• Is Exercise Medicine for Alzheimer’s Disease? Growth• Pain and Physical Activity: From the Muscle to • The Role of Redox Sensitive Sirtuins in Exercise the Brain and Aging• Taking a HIT for Physical Activity: Is Interval • The World of Anti-inflammatories and Skeletal Training Viable for Improving Health Muscle • Vitamin D and BoneSkeletal Muscle, Bone andConnective TissueFeatured Science SessionPartial Exercise Mimetics: Combating the Effects ofDetraining and Unloading on Skeletal Muscle Stephane Blanc, Moh H. Malek, FACSM, John P. Thyfault• Acute and Chronic Responses to Concentric and Eccentric ExerciseThursday, May 30Basic Science Focus Day he Basic Science Focus Day will Highlighted BasicT feature prominent speakers presenting on special basic sciencetopics, provide additional programming that is Science Sessions: • Molecular Mechanisms ofbasic and integrative, and present thetranslation of those findings. Plus, we’ll Lipotoxicity in Multipleshowcase the top basic science posters Organspresented at this year’s meeting and offer aunique networking opportunity at the Basic • Time of Day Matters:Science Reception. Circadian Rhythms, Muscles and Exercise • Translation From Genes to Exercise to Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes8 American College of Sports Medicine
  • 9. ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® www.acsm.orgBuilding EIMGlobally xercise is Medicine® strives to make physical activity an integral part of health care around theE globe. Exercise is Medicine has built the global infrastructure to support a global network for physical activity in health care and the program is now a growing global initiative. Now thatExercise is Medicine is established, it is time to take action. As ambassadors for Exercise is Medicine,whether scientists, health care providers, researchers, fitness professionals or students, everyone plays acritical role in the Exercise is Medicine Network.This year, learn how you can be a part of the Exercise is Medicine Global Network and how the GlobalNetwork can help you. Come together with colleagues and peers from around the globe and learn how toutilize the Exercise is Medicine initiative and network in your daily life.Programming will include practical information on how to develop your local network and how to utilize theexisting network in your business and profession. Whether you are a nurse, physician or exercisephysiologist, from Colombia, Singapore or Germany, join colleagues and build your global network!See pages 6-7 for a complete listing of all Exercise is Medicine sessions that will be held at this year’smeeting. Support for the Exercise is Medicine® Global Initiative is Provided By: EIM Global Partners: Founding Partner Founding Partner EIM Global Advocates: Leading the Way 9
  • 10. 2013 Preview ProgramPre- and Post ConferencesPre-Conference and Networking Opportunity • Tuesday, May 28, 3:00-6:00PMGraduate and Early Career DayGraduate and Early Career Day is focused on the development of academic careers for graduate studentsand early career professionals. The session promotes networking and mentorship between early careermembers and senior investigators for scientific outreach and career building. The general session will befollowed by breakout sessions. There will be several breakout sessions 4:00-4:50PM and 5:00-5:50PM.These sessions will be in a discussion meeting setting (limited to 20-30 people). There will be sessions forgraduate students, pre-doctorial students, post-doctorial students and junior faculty as well as thoseinterested in business careers. The purpose of this setting is to engage the participants to feel comfortableto ask questions and participate adding their personal experiences and to allow other senior investigatorsattending the session to share their experiences. These sessions are open to all attendees but will bespecifically targeted to graduate and early career participants. Registration to the ACSM Annual Meeting isrequired to attend this pre-conference and any of the break-out sessions. There is no advance registrationneeded for these sessions (arrive early to the break-out sessions as they may fill quickly).Special Event Preconference • Tuesday May 28, 4:00-6:00PMPINES 10 Questions 10 Experts: Training and NutrientInteractionsA reception will immediately follow the session. For additional information and to register for thesession/reception visit the PINES website at www.pinesnutrition.org (no additional fee for this session).Co-chairs: Nanna Meyer, Ph.D., University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO Melinda Manore, Ph.D., R.D., Oregon State University, Corvallis, ORThis session will address nutrient manipulations which, when undertaken in a periodised manner, will allowa combination of training harder and training smarter to lead to optimal performance outcomes. A format of10 questions, 10 experts will showcase new insights into this emerging field.Speakers include: Louise Burke, FACSM, James D. Cotter, David T. Martin, Scott K. Powers, FACSM,Stuart M. Phillips, FACSM, David Bishop, FACSM, Andrew M. Jones, FACSM, Melinda Manore, FACSM,Mark Tarnopolsky, Trent StellingwerffUltrasound Post Conference • Saturday, June 1, 1:00-4:00PMIntroduction to Musculoskeletal Ultrasound: Targeted Lectures,Small Group Hands-on Scanning and Practical ConsiderationsWorkshop Organizer: Garrett Hyman, M.D.This is a review of basic principles and uses of musculoskeletal ultrasound. Targeted introductory lectures,live demonstrations, and small group hands-on instruction will be emphasized and practiced. To ensure aquality experience for all participants, the size of this workshop will be strictly limited. Please sign up early,this workshop will fill quickly.Fee: $150 (sign up when you register at www.acsmannualmeeting.org) Abstracts will be available in an electronic format prior to the meeting. New this year! Attendees will be emailed a link to all presentation abstracts prior to the meeting. You will be able to plan your schedule and print only the abstracts that you’ll need (printed copies of the abstracts will not be given out on-site).10 American College of Sports Medicine
  • 11. ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine® www.acsm.orgRegister today at www.acsmannualmeeting.org. Preregistration ends 5/15/13If you do not have access to a computer, contact dhamilton@acsm.org or 317-637-9200 x 141.ACSM Members (dues must be current at time of meeting) By 3/20/13 3/21/13 through 4/24/13 After 4/24/13Professional, Fellow, or Professional-in-Training $205 $240 $310Single day rate $150 $150 $150ACSM Student Members $100 $110 $120Single Day/Student Rate $45 $45 $45ACSM Alliance Members $445 $480 $550Single Day Rate $185 $185 $185ACSM Student Alliance Members (student ID required) $120 $135 $150Single Day Rate/Student Alliance Rate $75 $75 $75New Member (Join now–fee includes ACSM membership and meeting registration fees)Professional $435 $470 $540Professional-in-Training $360 $395 $465Student (this rate only applies to a first time member) $110 $120 $130Non-ACSM MemberNon-member Professional $445 $480 $550Single Day Rate $185 $185 $185Non-member Student (student ID required) $120 $135 $150Single Day Rate/Student Rate $75 $75 $75Housing • Student Competition: We will be featuring a NEW YouTube competition that allows students toThe Westin Indianapolis is the headquarter hotel for showcase physical fitness at their universities orthe Annual Meeting. Rooms are also available at employers. More details will be available on theseveral other nearby hotels at a variety of price Annual Meeting website this Fall 2012.points. All hotel reservations must be made through • Student Colloquium The Student Colloquium,the ACSM Housing Bureau. Please visit “Racing to the Top of Your Career,” will featurewww.acsmannualmeeting.org for hotel and rate invited professionals from the racing industry anddetails, and to make a reservation. The housing research areas, who will focus on careerdeadline is April 29, 2013. Reserve your room early discussions. Additional experts will addressto secure your preferred hotel. networking, internships and publications to adviseTravel individuals in the pre-professional stage of theirALTOUR is ACSM’s preferred travel agency and can life. Stay tuned for a list of speakers on the Annualassist with travel plans. Call 800-428-6186 to speak Meeting website (www.acsmannualmeeting.org)with an agent. as well as the upcoming Advance Program.Become a supporter or exhibitor at • Student Volunteer Program An opportunity isthe Annual Meeting! available for students to receive a discounted registration rate by dedicating at least four hoursExpose your company to thousands of ACSM of volunteer time working for ACSM at the Annualmembers through 16.5 hours of face-time in the Meeting. For more information and schedulingExhibit Hall and/or having your logo placed on options, please contact Karen Pierceconference materials and signage. For more (kjpierce@acsm.org) starting February 15, 2013.information on exhibiting, contact Anne Krug atakrug@acsm.org. To learn about support These along, with our popular Meet the Expertsopportunities, contact Paul Giese at session, 6th Annual Student Bowl and the Studentpgiese@acsm.org. Help Desk will be detailed in the coming months,Students—More for You in so you can schedule your time in Indianapolis.Indianapolis! Career Opportunities• Student Lounge: The Student Lounge is an area in • On-site Job Boards: This is a popular attraction the convention center dedicated to student for new graduates and attendees searching for a attendees. Students are welcome to gather in this job. Employers may post free job announcements area to meet fellow students, and review their on-site. meeting materials. Look for signage on site. • Access Online Job Postings: Post your resume online or access job/internship/fellowship postings during the meeting. Leading the Way 11
  • 12. PHONE: 317-637-9200 • FAX: 317-634-7817 INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46202-3233 401 WEST MICHIGAN STREET HOURS: 8 a.m.-5:00 p.m.Mark Your Calendar for These Important Meeting Dates,Deadlines, and Discounts in 2013!November 1 Abstract Submission DeadlineFebruary Abstract Submitters Receive Accept/Reject NotificationsMarch 13 First Early Registration Deadline-Best Value for New ACSM Members (see page 11 for details)March ACSM Annual Meeting and World Congress on Exercise is Medicine Advance Program AvailableApril 24 Last Cut-off for Discounted RegistrationApril 29 Cut-off for Hotel ReservationsMay 13 Pre-registration Services EndMay 28-June 1 ACSM’s 60th Annual Meeting and 4th World Congress on Exercise is MedicineJune 1 Introduction to Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Post-conferenceJune 20 2014 Annual Meeting Proposals Due