New and Emerging Investigators

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In the spirit of fostering the exchange of ideas and peer support for new investigators from around the globe, the ISCBH New Investigator Network was established in late 2020.

Network goals:

  • Identify a group of new investigators in the field of paediatric bone health to facilitate collaboration within that group
  • Offer timely support and a feeling of belonging among the new investigator community
  • Provide dedicated NI sessions to expand knowledge and skills specific to paediatric bone health research

The group organises quarterly webinar meetings and if you are a new investigator we encourage you to get involved!  Membership of the group is totally free of charge.  In the past we’ve organised meetings on topics such as:

  • Grants – How to get your research project funded
  • How to prepare and deliver a good talk
  • Networking for introverts/beginners
  • Boost your career with social media

If you’re interested in knowing more please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Look forward to hearing from you!

Marie-Eve Robinson and Jeanne Franzone
ICCBH NI Co-Chairs

For more information on the Webinars please email Kate at



ISCBH New Investigators September Webinar


Friday 22 September 2023 13:00-14:00 CEST


How to build a research team


Dr Adalbert Raimann
Vienna, Austria


Dr Marie-Eve Robinson MD, Ottawa, Canada
Dr Jeanne Franzone MD, Delaware, USA

Adalbert Raimann

Adalbert Raimann is pediatric endocrinologist at the Medical University of Vienna. Starting with basic research on bone and linear growth at Harvard Medical School / MGH, Adalbert's scientific interest focused on unmet clinical needs in rare bone disorders such as X-linked hypophosphatemia. Current projects aim to address clinical questions in in vitro cellular models with focus on musculoskeletal physiology in metabolic bone and growth disorders. Adalbert is active member of ISCBH, ECTS, NetsOs and the Austrian Society for Bone and Mineral Research.

Previous New Investigator Webinars