8th Congress of International Foot and Ankle Biomechanics Society


April, 19 - 22, 2023
8th Congress of International Foot and Ankle Biomechanics Society

Welcome to Bordeaux,

i-FAB 2023, 8th international congress of Foot and Ankle Biomechanics society

  • 4 days from 19th to 22nd April
  • 1 workshop with 4 thematics
  • 3 days of conferences with translation and posters
  • 17 topics on Foot and Ankle
  • 6 lectures and special sessions
  • 2 evenings
  • 1 program for accompanying people

And a lot more !
Do not miss the chance to take part in iFAB 2023 in Bordeaux

Abstracs Submission postponed : 12th January 2023

The 8th i-FAB congress will be taking place. Hopefully as a face to face (complete physical meeting) at which the whole International Foot and Ankle Biomechanics community can finally meet, socialise, share science and create networks again. However, due to the present situation and uncertainty over its development the organising committee and i-FAB board are planning on different scenarios. Perhaps, the most likely is a phygital congress: physical manifestation that follows the guidelines of the moment and digital.

In any case, i-FAB France 2023 will be an international meeting with high scientific quality. 

Pr Marian T. Hannan, DSc, MPH (USA)
Dr Michel Maestro (France)
Pr Sorin Siegler (USA)
Dr Alexia Rouland (France)
Dr David G Armstrong (USA)
Dr Virginie Blanchette (Canada)
Pr Isabel C. N Sacco (Brazil)
Dr Carina Price (UK)
Dr Anna Hatton (Australia)

We are looking forward to receiving you for participation at i-FAB2023.

Best regards Marc and Eric

Dr Marc Janin, i-FAB2023 Conference Chair.
Dr Eric Toullec, Dr Marc Janin Co Chair i-FAB2023 Program Committee
David G. Armstrong
Professor of Surgery
Co-Director, USC Limb Preservation Program
Director, Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA)
Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California (USC)
Director, USC Center to Stream Healthcare in Place (
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The Congress Committee reserves the right to make changes to the congress program at any time without notice according to the situation(s) of the moment.