I’m catching up on lab news, but we have had a fantastic couple of months (er, half a year) that have kept us busy. Mariana and Ida attended ORS in New Orleans and had a great time. Ida presented her poster on her algorithm that can be used to separate subchondral from cortical bone which was then applied to understanding if cortical thickness is related to site-specific strain measurements. You can read more about how the algorithm works here. Mariana presented her work on calculations of bone strain during locomotive tasks as an oral talk – a first for the lab at ORS! Since then, this work has been published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. We had a great time and are looking forward to ORS in Austin in 2019!