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Why Support Research?  Since its inception, SRS has been the world’s leading forum for presenting spinal deformity research.  The Society has encouraged and enabled the interchange of ideas, the formation of research hypotheses, and the critical evaluation of research proposals and results. 

Why Now?  Today the need for research guidance and funding is greater than ever, and research avenues are more complex and costly.  As health care providers we have a responsibility to our patients, which should include a commitment to support research that will help improve their lives. 

Support SRS through OREF today.
 
All gifts of $1,000 or more to the OREF Annual Campaign earn Order of Merit recognition and the opportunity to direct a portion to the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS).  Those giving $2,500 or more are eligible for VIP Housing privileges at the AAOS Annual Meeting.  Please give generously to advance the science and practice of orthopaedics. 

If you are ready to join your SRS leadership in acting on that commitment please support SRS research today, one of two ways:

Please click here to make a secure online endowment gift.

Or... click here to explore a legacy gift.

 

 

Note: To be acknowledged as 2014 contributions, gifts must be received no later than December 31, 2014.



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Food for Thought
from SRS Members

Nancy H. Miller, M.S., M.D.
Nancy H. Miller, MS, MD
SRS Member
Four-time SRS Grant Recipient 1995-2000
Two-time OREF Grant Recipient 1991, 2001
NIH Funding Recipient 2003-2008

Research Focus: Genetic Analysis of
Etiologic Factors of Adolescent
Idiopathic Scoliosis and Genetic
Linkage of Familial Idiopathic Scoliosis

"There is simply no way I could
have obtained NIH funding without
the work I accomplished under
SRS and OREF grants.”

 
David W. Polly Jr., M.D.
David W. Polly Jr., MD
SRS Member
Legacy Donor to SRS Research Endowment
Platinum-level Member, OREF Shands Circle

"The SRS has been my most important professional society for education, presentation, collegiality, professional development, and the formation of
cutting-edge research questions.

Shirley and I have contributed to the OREF and the SRS endowment fund for many years, been Shands Circle members, and now we are able to leave a legacy to help ensure the viability of SRS efforts for the foreseeable future. It is a privilege to be able to support the SRS in this way."