Followed by af social arrangement at Malt Restaurant, Aarhus
March 18, 2022
Professor Maiken Stilling
In 2019 the biennial RSA meeting was held virtually from a venue in Oslo due to Covid-19. The AutoRSA group presented several RSA studies and Emil Toft Petersen from the AutoRSA Group won the “Best Paper Award” for the presentation of the study: Patients with knee osteoarthritis can be divided into subgroups based on tibiofemoral joint kinematics of gait - an exploratory and dynamic radiostereometric study. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 2022 Feb;30(2):249-259.
In 2019 we proudly hosted the 6th International RSA Meeting in Aarhus at the beautiful venue of Søauditorierne at Aarhus University.
More than 100 international colleagues working with radiostereometry (RSA) joined the meeting including three magnificent international key note speakers and renowned RSA experts. The International RSA Society presented visions for the future and work-groups were created to work on joint RSA publications to further substantiate the value of RSA. Janni Thillemann from the AutoRSA Group won the competition for designing the logo for the International RSA Society. All participants visited the NRT X-RAY A/S factory.
In 2017 the AutoRSA Group travelled to Adelaide and presented a key note lecture alongside several studies on the joint kinematic data from dynamic RSA recordings analysed with the “AutoRSA software”. International network groups were formed and the International RSA Society was established.
In May 2017 we marked the ending and presented the results of the 4 year High Technology Project “AutoRSA” that was conducted in collaboration with the NRT X-RAY A/S. 90 International colleagues joined the AutoRSA Symposium at Aarhus University Hospital in Tage-Hansens Gade.