8:40 A.M.–8:50 A.M.

Welcome on Behalf of the Food and Nutrition Board; Allison A. Yates, Director, Food and Nutrition Board

8:50 A.M.–9:00 A.M.

Welcome on Behalf of the Military; LTC Karl E. Friedl, U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD

I. Stress Fracture Incidence In Military Training

9:00 A.M.–9:30 A.M.

Stress Fracture among Physically Active Women in the General Population; Peter Brukner, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

9:30 A.M.–9:50 A.M.

Physical Training Interventions to Reduce Stress Fracture Incidence in Navy and Marine Corps Recruit Training; CDR Richard A. Shaffer,* Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, CA

9:50 A.M.–10:10 A.M.

Rehabilitation of Stress Fractures in Army Basic Trainees; CPT Paul Durant Stoneman, Fitness Training Company, Fort Jackson, SC

10:10 A.M.–10:25 A.M.

Part I Panel Discussion; Moderated by Anne Looker

10:25 A.M.–10:40 A.M.

Break

II. Body Composition (Weight, Bone Mineral Content, Muscle Mass), Genetics, And Stress Fracture

10:40 A.M.–10:10 A.M.

Procollagen Gene Mutations as a Predisposing Factor for Stress Fracture; Eitan Friedman, * Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer, Israel

11:10 A.M.–11:30 A.M.

Structural Indices of Stress Fracture Susceptibility in Female Military Recruits; Thomas J. Beck, * The Johns Hopkins University Outpatient Center, Baltimore, MD

*  

Recipients of Defense Women's Health Research Program grants.



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