Short Talk Award Winners
Short Talk Award for the short talk "Regulation of Breast Cancer Induced Osteolysis by IKKβ"
Short Talk Award for the short talk "Macrophages and Prostate Cancer Skeletal Metastasis"
Honorable Mention Short Talk Award for the short talk "Involvement of the Robo 1 and 4 Proteins in Breast Cancer Bone Metastasis"
Honorable Mention Short Talk Award for the short talk "Increased Adiponectin Reduces Nerve Growth Factor Expression in Myeloma-bearing mice; A Novel Therapy to Combat Bone Pain in cancer-Bone Disease"
Poster Award Winners
Poster Award for the poster "Circulating Fibronectin Controls Tumor Growth and Fibronectin Content in Tumors Correlates with Survival"
Poster Award for the poster "Chondroadherin is a Novel Regulator of Bone Metabolism that Antagonizes Cancer-related Disease through its Integrin Alpha2beta1 Binding Domain"
Gregory R. Mundy Fellowship
The Gregory R. Mundy Fellowship is offered annually to support the research activities of a deserving young investigator in the cancer and bone field. Gregory Mundy’s career was one of consistent, outstanding achievement over four decades in bone cell biology and its control by hormones and cytokines, the implications of this for osteoporosis, and most notably, for the skeletal complications of cancer. His research has been acknowledged by very many prestigious awards, and his leadership exemplary as President of IBMS, co-founder and President of the Cancer and Bone Society (CABS), President of the American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) and a tireless worker for the many editorial boards on which he served. A great educator as well as scientist, Gregory Mundy trained more than 150 students and fellows, many of whom have progressed to successful independent careers, and IBMS is pleased recognize his many contributions through The IBMS Gregory R. Mundy Fellowship on Cancer-Induced Bone Disease.
Made possible through the generous support of Amgen.
2012 Award Winner
Michelle McDonald, Ph.D.
The Garvan Institute of Medical Research
Presented in Lyon, France: November 2012
2011 Award Winner
Penelope Ottewell, Ph.D.
University of Sheffield
Presented in Chicago, IL (USA): November 2011