The ANZBMS is a member of the International Federation of Musculoskeletal Research Societies (IFMRS)

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Densitometry Course

2 day Densitometry Course 2017

Auckland 29-30 July 2017 More information

Brisbane 14-15 October 2017 More information

ASM 2017
 

Joint meeting of ANZBMS & IFMRS in conjunction with JSBMR

17-21 June 2017

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Current News

Statement on the benefits of dietary calcium

The ANZBMS, Osteoporosis Australia and Endocrine Society of Australia collectively reject the suggestion of Mr Pete Evans (reported recently on the programme Sunday Night, 26th March 2017) that “calcium from dairy can remove the calcium from your bones" or that calcium obtained from dairy foods can cause or contribute to osteoporosis. Read full Statement here

ANZBMS, OA and ESA issue joint response to Pete Evans

 

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Welcome to ANZBMS
Australian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society (ANZBMS) is a professional medical / scientific society established in 1988 to bring together clinical and experimental scientists and physicians actively involved in the study of bone and mineral metabolism in Australia and New Zealand.

Mission
The mission of the ANZBMS is to be the premier Australasian society in the field of bone and mineral metabolism through promoting excellence in bone and mineral research, fostering the integration of clinical and basic science, and facilitating the translation of our science to health care and clinical practice.

Key objectives to achieve these goals include the nurturing and development of the future generations of basic and clinical scientists, and the dissemination of new knowledge in bone and mineral metabolism through our Annual Scientific Meeting. The ANZBMS will be proactive in shaping research and health policies based on scientific advances in our field.