It is a great honour to sign this collaboration, said Adrián Guerro, President of the SEPA. And David Herrera, past-president of SEPA, added: We will work together to achieve our objectives in terms of education and research.
The agreement, which was signed also by Mariano Sanz, President of the Osteology Foundation, and Kay Horsch, Executive Director of the Osteology Foundation, aims to intensify the collaboration between the two organisations.
Already during the congress in Valencia a joint poster session took place. The three winners of this session, Alberto Ortíz-Vigón, Lucía Barallat, and Miguel Padial-Molina, will present their work also in the Research Forum during the National Osteology Symposium 2017 in Barcelona.
Interestingly, two of the three winners that presented their research in Valencia, Alberto Ortíz-Vigón and Lucía Barallat are Alumni of the Osteology Research Academy.
Signing of the Collaboration Agreement