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About the Scoliosis Research Society

Founded in 1966, the Milwaukee-based Scoliosis Research Society is the premier international society aimed at fostering optimal care for all patients with spinal deformities. Learn more about our causes, our leaders, our staff and our positions on important matters. Also, discover the many ways to support SRS–from corporate financial backing to getting involved with the Scoliosis Awareness Month Campaign, and much more.

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Become A Member

Applications Deadline:
June 30 and December 1 of each year

  • Candidate Fellowship
  • Active Fellowship
  • Associate Fellowship

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Spine Deformity Journal

Spine Deformity - The Official Journal of the Scoliosis Research Society, now MEDLINE indexed and searchable in PubMed.

The Official Journal of the Scoliosis Research Society, is devoted exclusively to disseminating high quality research on the etiology, biomechanics, treatment and outcomes of spinal deformity topics and patients. Spine Deformity is published six times/year and John E. Lonstein, MD of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a past President of SRS, serves as the Editor-in-Chief.

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Core Curriculum

The SRS curriculum is defined by 10 Knowledge Domains

Education Resource Center

Visit the Education Resource Center to review educational material on Scoliosis and other conditions.

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Key terms of scoliosis research in Glossary

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Manuals & Presentations

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Scoliosis Dialogues: An SRS Podcast

Listen to the various voices of doctors, surgeons, and researchers within Scoliosis Dialogues.

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SpineLearning | SRS Online Learning Platform

Visit SRS' online learning platform to view educational material for CME.

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