• E-Bulletin August 2014

    I hope everyone has enjoyed a great summer. For me, the first half of 2014 as your CSRS President has been exciting and eventful. First of all, I am truly honored and privileged to serve as your 41st president. (Download PDF 455 KB)

  • E-Bulletin April 2014

    Bruce V. Darden, II, MD, of Charlotte, North Carolina was inducted as the 41st President of the Cervical Spine Research Society (CSRS) during the Society’s annual meeting in December 2013 in Los Angeles, CA.  Download (PDF, 269KB)

  • E-Bulletin September 2013

    I hope all of you have had a great summer. Organizationally, your Society has been very busy with a number of new committees, including the Member Survey Committee, the Awards Committee, the Neuro/Ortho Liaison Committee and a restructuring of the Traveling Fellowship Committee.  Download (PDF, 397KB)

  • E-Bulletin May 2013

    I recently had the privilege of attending the 4th Annual Meeting of the CSRS Asia Pacific Section in Seoul, Korea. President Kyung Jin Song welcomed me and a number of other CSRS North American and European Section members.  Download (PDF, 180KB)

  • E-Bulletin March 2013

    Sincere thanks and congratulations to Michael G. Fehlings, MD, PhD on his successful Presidential year which culminated in Chicago at the 2012 CSRS Annual Meeting. Dr. Fehlings was joined by his wife, Darcy and his Father, George Fehlings at the events in Chicago.  Download (PDF, 137KB)

  • E-Newsletter Summer 2012

    It is my honor to assume the position of CSRS President for 2012. It is a particular distinction to follow in the footsteps of Sandy Emery, who distinguished himself by this wonderful vision and leadership. This year marks the 40th anniversary  …  Download (PDF, 475KB)

  • E-Newsletter Summer 2011

    CSRS’ 38th President, Sanford E. Emery, MD, MBA, graduated from Dartmouth College with a major in Biochemistry; received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from Duke University School of Medicine …  Download (PDF, 294KB)

  • E-Newsletter Summer 2010

    Our green initiative, which developed from a 2009 AAOS corporate goal, has received many positive comments over the past year. Like many organizations, we are making a concerted effort to lessen our collective impact …  Download (PDF, 445KB)